Calculus

# Parametric equations, polar coordinates, and vector-valued functions

- Defining and differentiating parametric equations
- Second derivatives of parametric equations
- Finding arc lengths of curves given by parametric equations
- Defining and differentiating vector-valued functions
- Solving motion problems using parametric and vector-valued functions
- Defining polar coordinates and differentiating in polar form
- Finding the area of a polar region or the area bounded by a single polar curve
- Finding the area of the region bounded by two polar curves
- Calculator-active practice

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