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A series of free Calculus 2 Video Lessons from UNSW - University of New South Wales, Sydney.

**Lecture 4: Integrals of trig functions and reduction formulae**

Lecture on how to integrate trig functions and how to use reduction formulae. Plenty of examples are solved to illustrate the theory. The ideas are seen in university mathematics.
**Lecture 5: Integration by trig substitution and partial fractions**

Lecture on how to integrate using trig substitutions and how to use partial fractions. Plenty of examples are presented to illustrate the ideas. Such concepts are seen in university mathematics.

**Lecture 6: Integration and Partial Fractions**

A lecture on how to integrate using partial fractions. Plenty of examples are presented and solved to illustrate the ideas. The concepts are seen in university mathematics.
**Lecture 7: Integration via rationalizing substitutions and other substitutions**

A lecture on the mathematics of integration via rationalizing substitutions and Weierstrass (t) substitutions. Plenty of examples are presented and solved to illustrate the theory. Such ideas are seen in university mathematics.

More Lessons for Grade 6

Math Worksheets

A series of free Calculus 2 Video Lessons from UNSW - University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Lecture on how to integrate trig functions and how to use reduction formulae. Plenty of examples are solved to illustrate the theory. The ideas are seen in university mathematics.

Lecture on how to integrate using trig substitutions and how to use partial fractions. Plenty of examples are presented to illustrate the ideas. Such concepts are seen in university mathematics.

A lecture on how to integrate using partial fractions. Plenty of examples are presented and solved to illustrate the ideas. The concepts are seen in university mathematics.

A lecture on the mathematics of integration via rationalizing substitutions and Weierstrass (t) substitutions. Plenty of examples are presented and solved to illustrate the theory. Such ideas are seen in university mathematics.

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