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This video describes area under a graph and integrals. The Crash Course expert also explains how you would find an integral using shapes under a curve on a graph.

When understanding derivatives, individuals learn about the power rule. Continuously, the power rule is used with integrals. This video explains how to find the "backwards" of a derivative to find the integral using the power rule. This also incldues an explanation of integrals of trigonomic functions as well as e.

This clip explains the importance of constants: what they are and how they play a role in derivatives and integrals. This significant clip explains how to use integrals in an equation and on a graph while incorporating the logistical and necessary definition of constants. This uses visuals of a graph and numbers to form the equation and understanding of integrals, derivatives, and constants. Shini also explains initial value and position graphs.

This integration video uncovers an example to help explain how you would go about finding an integral. The example uses physics terms with change in position, velocity, acceleration, and gravity.

This video gives an example of someone trying to find the height of their bedroom by using acceleration and velocity. This also incldues an explanation of the different aspects of integrals, velocity graphs, displacement curve, integral of acceleration, and the power rule in order for someone to solve the example. Additionally, the Crash Course video explains how to use constants in the equation.

Forrester defends Jamal against allegations of plagiarism. When Forrester reads aloud some words, everyone thinks they were written by him, but to the surprise of everyone, they were in fact written by Jamal.

Officer hops attempt to stop the fox when he mentions how busy he is, and how much income his business generates. Through this explanation she then gathers information about how much money he would owe in taxes using integers and figure out that he owes millions.

Lorenzo finds out that his son has saved $600. After a brief stint of questioning, he learns that the money is from the neighborhood mobster, Sonny. To uphold his own morals and teach his son a life lesson, Lorenzo returns the money to Sonny and tells him to leave his son alone.