5.3 Fundamental Theorem of
calculus
Fundamental theorem of calculus (FTC) is
one of the greatest accomplishments of the
human mind.
FTC forms a bridge between differential
calculus and integral calculus.
FTC changes an integral problem into an
antideriva
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Chapter 5 Integrals
This chapter is very important. It will give
you an overall picture of what the course is
like.
There are 3 topics:
Topic 1. Definition of a definite integral
(5.15.2):
Area problems lead to formulate the definition
of a definite integ
5.4 Indefinite integrals and
the net change theorem
I.
Indefinite integrals:
A convenient notation for antiderivatives.
II. Table of indefinite integrals
The table of derivatives in math 110 generates
the table of indefinite integrals.
Must memorize this
Integral Calculus
There are two branches in calculus:
Differential Calculus
Integral Calculus
Math 110 (Differential Calculus):
Given f(x), find f (x) (f is called the derivative of f)
Applications of derivatives
Math 116 (Integral Calculus):
Given f(x),
5.2 The definite integral
I. Definition of a definite integral
Tangent line and velocity problems lead us to
formulate the notion of derivative
Area problems lead us to formulate the notion
of definite integral
II. Midpoint rule
another type of Riemann s
5.5 Substitution Rule (SR)
SR is the first basic technique we learn to find
antiderivatives.
SR will be used many times throughout this course.
You have to practice SR a lot.
There is no one specific technique that applies to all
different functions. We
Ch 6 Applications of integration
This chapter explores some applications of
integration.
In applications, the key is to set up a
definite integral for the given quantity.
1
A general approach to set up an integral for a quantity Q :
(1) Put Q in a coordin
6.3 Volumes By Cylindrical Shell
In disk-washer method:
slices the rotation axis
rotation axis is the the integration variable.
In cylindrical shell method:
slices of the region / the rotation axis
the other axis as integration variable, i.e.,
integrate
6.4 Work
Topics:
I. General Idea
II. Work related to spring
III.Work related to pumping water and others
1
Recall:
In applied problems, we follow the following general
approach to set up the definite integral for the quantity
Q to be found
Put Q in a coo
6.5 Average value of a function
We know how to compute the average value
for finite many numbers
How to compute the average value for a
continuous function over an interval ?
Meteorologists frequently speak of average
temperature. How to compute the aver
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Math 116 (01) Summer 2014 Q2
Midterm Test #1 Part B
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