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Thanks to the work of Barrow, Newton and Leibniz (the creators of infinitesimal calculus), two paths which had developed separately throughout the history of mathematics, for over more than 20 centuries, were combined in what is now known as integral calculus. One of the paths, the search for formulae to find the area of plane regions, dates back to the ancient Greek mathematicians. The other path emerged to develop the concept of the derivative, by looking for a reciprocal operation.
KNOWLEDGE TYPE: declarative, procedural
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Know and apply the concepts of the definite and indefinite integral. Interpret the definite and indefinite integral geometrically. Find relations between the problems of calculating areas and antiderivatives using Barrow's rule. Use the integral in basic geometric applications to calculate areas.
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE: The contents required are explained in this course. The contents of this course is taught in the next.
The use of the following contents is universal, free of charge and open, provided that it is for noncommercial educational use. The actions, products and utilities derived from its use are therefore not allowed to generate any profit. Moreover, the reference to the source is required.
Installation is not required.
Locally install and enable the Java interpreter and the Descartes applet plug-in.
Fecha publicación: 28.3.2015