This is the 6th project for Calc1 at Fitchburg State. Students are walked through the steps to justify the different pieces of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and make connections between the two parts.

This is a project for Calculus 2 students at Fitchburg State University. This project walks students through two examples of using definite integrals to determine the volume of objects: a bundt cake serves as the solid of revolution and the students build a structure from play dough that is not a solid of revolution.

We'll show that probability and uncertainty can be convert each other through quadratic equation. And, we'll also show that the quadratic equation can be transform to homogeneous equation, and some assumptions generate symmetric forms.

Typical derivations of kinetic theory equations often exchange the contact time of the particle on a wall with the period of the particle's motion between walls. In this paper we redefine pressure as time-dependent in order to solve this issue and show that this definition makes much more intuitive and theoretical sense than our old definition of pressure.