Math 252H - Integral Calculus - Winter 2019
Instructor: Tuan Pham
Class meetings: Bexell Hall 321, MWF 10:00 - 11:20 AM
MWF 1:00 - 3:30 PM at Kidder Hall 268
Lecture 18 (Mar. 13): logistic model, mixing problem.
Lecture 17 (Mar. 11): solve differential equations by separation of variables, compound interest, Newton's law of cooling.
Lecture 16 (Mar. 6): improper integrals, practice on area of surface of revolution.
Lecture 15 (Mar. 4): practice on partial fraction decomposition.
Lecture 14 (Mar. 1): area of surface of revolution.
Lecture 13 (Feb. 27): integration by parts, partial fraction decomposition.
Lecture 12 (Feb. 18): volume of torus, integration by parts.
Lecture 11 (Feb. 15): review on methods to compute the volume of a solid of revolution.
Lecture 10 (Feb. 13): volume by slicing, volume by shells.
Lecture 9 (Feb. 6): integration of inverse trigonometric functions, volume by slicing.
Lecture 8 (Feb. 4): integration by substitution, integration of trigonometric functions.
Lecture 7 (Jan. 30): average over an interval, velocity, position, acceleration, integral by substitution.
Lecture 6 (Jan. 28): arc length, trapezoid rule.
Lecture 5 (Jan. 23): indefinite integral, fundamental theorem of calculus, area between curves.
Lecture 4 (Jan. 16): definite integral and antiderivatives.
Lecture 3 (Jan. 14): general Riemann sums and definite integral.
Lecture 2 (Jan. 9): examples of using Riemann sums to compute areas and arc length.
Lecture 1 (Jan. 7): introduction, Riemann sums.
Remarks before / after class
Worksheets 3/6/2019 (extra)
No class on Wednesday (2/20) and Friday (2/22)
Instructions to install Mathematica
A warm-up with Mathematica
Department of Mathematics
Oregon State University
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