Integration is the major part of calculus which can be theoretically defined as area under a given curve. The navigation in space is done by the implementation of integral calculus. This is enough to give an idea about the power of calculus and the complexity one has to face in understanding the integral calculus.
The University of Pennsylvania has offered a free online course on single-variable Calculus which emphases on conceptual understanding and applications. The course is designed for students beginning in engineering, physical and social sciences. The third part of this five-part series is devoted to the study of integration.
About the course:
In the course Calculus: Single variable Part III - Integration, the focus will be on the fundamental theorem of integral calculus, techniques of integration, differential equations and difficult integrals.
The course has an emphasis on conceptual understanding rather than computations.
The commitment required to study this course is said to be 6 - 8 hours per week. A dedicated study of such courses will improve the basic concepts of the students and help them clear the high-level entrance exams like JEE, GATE, JAM with ease.
What will one learn in this course?
Given are the topics covered in the course. Each topic will have pre-recorded videos and quizzes. There will be a project at the end of the course. There will be graded assignments which must be passed to pass the course.
- Integrating Differential Equations
- Techniques of Integration
- The Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus
- Dealing with Difficult Integrals
How to enroll?
- Go to the official page of the course
- Click on Enroll Now
- The course is free of cost