Course Name | Applications of Definite Integral |

Course Subject | Mathematics |

Course Code | MAT 01 |

Course Coordinator | Mr. Jomesh Jose |

Course Category | Mathematics |

Integral calculus is motivated by the geometric problem of finding out the area of a planar region. The idea of definite integral is defined with the notion of limit. A major result is the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, which not only gives a practical way of evaluating the definite integral but establishes the close connection between the two branches of Calculus. The notion of definite integral not only solves the area problem but is useful in finding out the arc length of a plane curve, volume and surface areas of solids and so on.

Plus Two Knowledge

Students able to measure or calculate areas between 2 curves, volumes, length of curves, and of course, many other applications from everyday life like, for instance, the work done by a force.

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