Student is able to
- understand basic terminology of integral calculus
- determine integral graphically, numerically and symbolically
- calculate areas using definite integral
- solve basic differential equations and use differential equations for modeling physical phenomena
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Orientation for Engineering Mathematics, Functions and Matrices and Differential Calculus or similar skills
Integral Function, Definite Integral, Graphical Integration, Numerical Integration, Symbolic Integration, Calculation of Areas and Volumes with Integral, Differential Equations and Applications.
Student understands the basic concepts of integration and is able to solve simple applications that are similar to the model problems solved during the course. Student is also familiar to solution methods of simple differential equations. Justification of solutions and using mathematical concepts may still be somewhat vague. Student takes care of his/her own studies and can cope with exercises with some help from the group.
In addition, student understands how to apply definite integrals to solve technical problems. Student is also able to explain the methods of her/his solutions. Mathematical notations and concepts are mainly used correctly. Student is able to solve the given exercises independently and also helps other students in the group.
In addition, student has an overall understanding of course topics. He/she can solve more demanding engineering problems and has the ability to present and justify the chosen methods of solution. Mathematical notations and concepts are used precisely. Student is motivated and committed to help the group to manage the course.