# Vegetable Calculus

Calculus taught like never before (using vegetables). Master calculus 1,2, and 3 integration in one hour.

I guarantee that by the end of the course, you will have mastered integrations, determining the limits of integration, area integrals, volume integrals, surface integrals, etc.

What you’ll learn

• How to do integration in 1D, 2D and 3D calculus (including the limits of integration) using vegetable analogies.
• In less than an hour, they are going to become experts in integration.

Course Content

• 1D length integrals –> 1 lecture • 2min.
• 2D surface area integrals using bread, fruit, etc. –> 6 lectures • 23min.
• 3D Volume Integrals or 3D Surface Area Integrals using onion, bottle guard, etc. –> 13 lectures • 48min. Requirements

• High School or at least 10th grade.

I guarantee that by the end of the course, you will have mastered integrations, determining the limits of integration, area integrals, volume integrals, surface integrals, etc.

In short, you will have mastered calculus 1, 2, 3 integrations that are taught over 3 semesters in just one hour.

I experimented with several different innovative ways to teach calculus (including using 3D plots) in the past. But none of them seemed to reduce the complexity of calculus (especially calculus 3). Students still had problems understanding limits of integration, etc.

When I used vegetables and chopped them up at every level in integration, it was a turning point.

For example, I chopped a piece of a ‘bottle gourd’ to demonstrate ‘constant theta’, a line on the plane to demonstrate ‘constant radius’, etc.

My students seemed to understand and appreciate calculus.

Using vegetables reduced the complexity and generated interest in the students.

Using an onion to demonstrate volume integral was equivalent to doing 10 similar problems on a black board.

So, I reduced both length and complexity of calculus by using vegetables.

The 1 hour 13 min you spend in this course will be equivalent to reading and understanding three-400 page books on calculus(1,2,3).

This is exactly the course you are waiting for.

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