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### Unit 5 - Applications of Integration

 Integration has a wide variety of applications. The unit starts with using integration to find the area between graphs of functions. From there, we move into 3-D extensions of graphs to find the volume of solids of revolution using Disk and Washer Method. Integration can also be applied to find the average value of a function, analyze the physics of basic rectilinear motion, analyze slope fields, and exponential growth and decay.Unit 5 Inquiry ActivityGraphingReal World Applications5.E. Physics of Basic Motion5.F. Exponential Growth and Decay5.G. Accumulation of Rate of ChangeTextbook ResourcesAnswer KeyRecommended Extra Practice Problems6.1 - page  #6.2 - page  #6.3 - page  #6.4 - page  #7.1 - page  #7.2 - page  #Free Response Questions (with solutions)Free Response Questions (with solutions)Free Response Questions (with solutions) Unit 5 Videos5.A. Area Between Graphs of Functions5.B. Average Value of a Function5.C. Disk and Washer MethodDisk Method (conceptual)Washer Method (conceptual)5.D. Slope FieldsSlope Fields (conceptual)5.E. Physics of Basic MotionPhysics of Basic Motion (conceptual)5.F. Exponential Growth and DecayExponential Growth and Decay (conceptual)