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You'll learn the mechanics of integration


You'll learn the mechanics of integration.  Integration is the opposite of differentiation;  it will allow you to solve the differential equations that model the  mechanical loads on a beam and the charge on a capacitor, and help you  design both skyscrapers and microcircuitry. 

Just as there are rules for differentiating functions, there are corresponding rules for integrating functions; and you'll become familiar with these integration techniques by presenting them to your classmates.



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