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# Tutor profile: Brian T.

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Brian T.
Tutor for 6 years in math
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## Questions

### Subject:Trigonometry

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What is trigonometry?

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Brian T.

Trigonometry is the study of the tringle and its angles. Theories like pathygorean, the trig identities and the trigonometric functions and their relationships help solve common to difficult real world and theoretical problems.

### Subject:Calculus

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Is their a specific antiderivative used in integration by parts?

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Brian T.

No, Integration by parts allows the person to solve it by breaking apart the whole function with one piece as the derivative and the other the antiderivative. Many use the letters "u" and "v" to seperate and organize the terms. "u" being the one to derive and "v" the one to integrate.

### Subject:Calculus

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What are the different types of derivation and how do they differ from integration?

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Derivation is the method of finding the slope of a line tangent to a function and can be found through four different main methods: Power, Product, Quotient, and Chain. Other types of derivation include implicit and logarithmic. Integration is different from a derivitive because it is the reverse of a derivative.

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