code | BA102 |

credit_hours | 3 |

title | Calculus 2 |

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prequisites | BA101 |

credit hours | 3 |

Description/Outcomes | This course provides the differentiation of indefinite integrals and table of famous integrals. The topics of interest include: simple rules of integration & the fundamental theorem of calculus, fundamental theorem of calculus and integration by parts, integration of rational , integration of trigonometric powers, trigonometric substitution, and integration of quad forms, the reduction formulas and definite integration. Application of integration: Area and volume, length of curve, average of , numerical integration, matrix Algebra. And solution of systems of linear equations. It also illustrates solving systems of linear equations which leads to the algebra of matrices, determinants, vector spaces, bases and dimensions. |

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objectives | 1. Integrate different types of s using various methods (Integrating by substitution, integration by parts). 2. Understand and use the applications of integration (Area & volume, average of a , length of a curve). 3. Learn the basic theory oflinear algebra 4. Solve system of linear equations using Matrices, and determinants. |

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ref. books | Harold M. Edwards, Advanced Calculus: A Differential Forms Approach, Birkhauser. |

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textbook | Sherman K.Stein, Anthony Barcellos, Calculus & Analytic Geometry, McGraw-Hill Higher Education. |

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course file |
530_BA102_BA102.pdf |