MATH207 Integral Calculus
The study of calculus is continued with the differentiation and integration of transcendental functions (exponential, logarithmic, inverse trigonometric, and hyperbolic). Applications of the definite integral include finding volumes of solids of revolution by the disk and shell methods, and the length of plane curves and surfaces of revolution. Integration techniques include integration by parts, partial fractions, trigonometric substitution, and use of tables and technology. Additional topics covered include improper integrals, and Taylor polynomials. The course concludes with an introduction to multivariable functions, partial derivatives, and double and triple integrals. A graphing calculator or equivalent technology is required.
DistributionGeneral Education for Computer Science & Engineering
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