Calculus II, 2010

Integration in one and several variables.

MARINA DELGADO T√ČLLEZ DE CEPEDA

Department of Mathematics
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Area:
Mathematics

Degree:
Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering

Septiembre, 2010

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42 hours of lectures +  28  hours of problem class
Total time (including hours of class): 125 hours

 

PRERREQUISITES AND RECOMMENDED PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE

Elementary algebraic operations. High school level.

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE SUBJECT

Integration in one and several variables

 

OBJETIVES: KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

To understand integration as well as primitive finding techniques in one variable, including differentiation and integration with respect to parameters.
To integrate in several variables.
To integrate in simple manifolds (curves and surfaces) as well as the most important theorems relating this kind of integrals.
 

STUDY MATERIALS

Lecture notes and presentations.Tests and exams. Problem sheets.

 

GRADING

Tests and exams.

 

Citation: Cepeda, M. D. T. d. (2010, April 13). Calculus II. Retrieved February 25, 2020, from OCW - UC3M Web site: http://ocw.uc3m.es/matematicas/calculus-ii.
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