I'm looking for notes on the anti-chain rule, but most people seem to go directly to integration by substitution. I'm finding some good stuff, but for today's lesson am going to stick to have the students thinking of anti-chain rule.

For the integration by substitution lesson though:

http://math.uww.edu/~mcfarlat/substit.htm

http://homework.zendog.org/usub.pdf

http://math.georgiasouthern.edu/~bmclean/calculus/powerpoint/AntiChainRule4.ppt

## Friday, August 28, 2009

### Integration by Substitution

Labels:
calculus,
G12,
IBHL,
IBSL,
integration,
integration by subsitution

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