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This is an introductory course on Integral Calculus. It comprises of a total of 5 hours of videos and quizzes. This is perfect for secondary school students seeking a good primer on Integral Calculus. It is also great as a refresher for everyone else. However prior knowledge in Differential Calculus is a MUST before learning this topic.
The course is arranged from the very basic introduction and progresses swiftly with increasing depth and complexity on the subject. It is recommended that the students do not skip any part of the lectures, or jump back and forth, because good understanding of the fundamental is important as you progress.
Quizzes are included on 7 subtopics to strengthen your understanding and fluency on this topic. So it is advisable that you attempt all the questions.
The course is delivered by an experienced teacher with five years of experience teaching students on a one to one basis. The instructor understands the difficulties that students normally face to become competent in mathematics. So words and examples were carefully chosen to ensure that everybody gets the most out of this series of lectures. This is a MUST course for all secondary school students.
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Section 1: Indefinite Integral  

Lecture 1  02:05  
This video describes the instructor, the goal of the course, the ideal students for this course and the outline of the course. 

Lecture 2  04:30  
It describe the basic relationship between Differential and Integral Calculus. This is the most important information the students need to know before proceeding with the rest of the videos. 

Quiz 1  3 questions  
The questions were design to test students' understanding of AntiDerivative 

Lecture 3  02:54  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 4  07:34  
Explains how to perform Integration of Polynomial Functions by Reversing their Derivatives. 

Lecture 5  08:18  
Shows you how to Derive the formula for Integration. 

Lecture 6  16:19  
Describes to students how to apply the Integral Formula. 

Quiz 2  15 questions  
This includes Indefinite Integrals of single and multiple term algebraic equations. It will test the students' understanding and familiarity of the Integral Formula. 

Lecture 7  13:10  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 8  10:04  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 9  08:25  
In Differential Calculus course, students were thought on how to determine Gradient Function from its Polynomial equation. In this video students are shown on how to do the reverse. 

Quiz 3  4 questions  
This is to test the students' ability in performing integration and finding the value of constant 'c'. 

Lecture 10  10:14  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 11  10:35  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 12  19:22  
Describe how to perform Integration to Composite Functions with Linear Factors only. 

Quiz 4  4 questions  
Testing students on Integrals of Composite Functions with Linear Factors 

Lecture 13  06:45  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Section 2: Definite Integral  
Lecture 14  09:53  
Explains what Definite Integral is and how to calculate Definite Integral value. 

Quiz 5  5 questions  
This tests students ability in performing Definite Integrals. 

Lecture 15  16:02  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 16  15:22  
Describes how to apply Definite Integral to calculate Area enclosed by a Polynomial Curve and x or y axis. 

Lecture 17  10:01  
Describes how to apply Definite Integral to calculate Area enclosed by a Polynomial Curve and x or y axis. This a sequence of the previous video. 

Lecture 18  07:38  
Describes how to apply Definite Integral to calculate Area enclosed by a Polynomial Curve and x or y axis. This a sequence of the previous video. 

Lecture 19  05:11  
Describes how to apply Definite Integral to calculate Area enclosed by a Polynomial Curve and x or y axis. This a sequence of the previous video. 

Lecture 20  10:34  
Describes how to apply Definite Integral to calculate Area enclosed by a Polynomial Curve and x or y axis. This a sequence of the previous video. 

Quiz 6  4 questions  
This tests students ability in using Definite Integrals to find Area Under a Curve. 

Lecture 21  12:28  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 22  17:11  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 23  07:21  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Section 3: Volume of Revolution  
Lecture 24  12:36  
This video describes how to estimate Volumes of Revolution by calculating the volumes of thin cylinders constructed inside the revolved area under a curve. 

Lecture 25  09:52  
This video describes how to estimate Volumes of Revolution by calculating the volumes of thin cylinders constructed inside the revolved area under a curve. This video is a sequence of the previous video. 

Lecture 26  04:49  
This video describes how to accurately calculate Volume of Revolution using Definite Integral. 

Lecture 27  03:13  
This video describes how to accurately calculate Volume of Revolution using Definite Integral. This video is a sequence to the previous video. 

Quiz 7  4 questions  
This tests the students ability to use Definite Integral to solve problems involving Volume of Revolution. 

Lecture 28  16:28  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 29  19:40  
Provides the method to answer the questions posed in the previous quiz. 

Lecture 30 
Conclusion

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A Penang based Engineer cum Tutor, a father of four, with a passion to teach and help students excel in Math. He is also known as MrMaths by his students.
He was graduated with Bachelors Degree in Electronics Engineering from the University of Sheffield in England. He has fourteen years of working experience in electronics industry with Intel Corp and Dell Corp and years of Mathematics teaching and home tutoring experience. In the past he has also taught Physics. Today he is a full time Math tutor Since January 2012, he started tutoring outside of Penang and outside of Malaysia using Video Conferencing on the internet. Teaching in both Bahasa Melayu (Malay) and in English.
He is friendly and always treat his students as if they are his own children.