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# INTEGRAL CALCULUS

COURSE OUTLINE

PRELIM
I. The Integration Process
1.1. Introduction
1.2. The Indefinite Integration
1.3. General Properties of Indefinite Integral
1.3. Integration of Power of a Function
1.4. Integrals of a Quotient
1.6. Integration of Exponential Functions
1.7. Integrals of Trigonometric Functions
1.8. Integrals Involving Powers of Trigonometric Functions
1.9. Integrals of Inverse Trigonometric Functions
1.10. Integration by Parts

MIDTERMS
1.11. Integration by Substitution
1.11.1. Algebraic Substitution
1.11.2. Trigonometric Substitution
1.12. Integration of Rational Fractions
1.12.1. Distinct Linear Factors
1.12.2. Repeated Linear Factors

## II. The definite Integral

2.1. Basic Concepts: Properties of Definite Integral
2.2. The Wallis’ Formula

III.Applications of Integration
3.1. Plane Areas
3.1.1. In Rectangular Coordinates

FINALS
3.1.2. In Polar Coordinates
3.2. Solids of Revolution
3.2.1. Circular Disc
3.2.3. Circular Ring
3.2.4. Cylindrical Shell
3.3. Length of a Curve
3.4. Surfaces of Revolution
3.5. Centroid
3.5.1. Plane Area
3.5.2. Solid of Revolution
3.6. Moment of Inertia