Integral Calculus
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

F7ABBITP  Z,ZK  4  2P+2C  English 
 Vztahy:
 In order to register for the course F7ABBITP, the student must have successfully completed or received credit for and not exhausted all examination dates for the course F7ABBLAD. The course F7ABBITP can be graded only after the course F7ABBLAD has been successfully completed.
 The course F7ABBFVP can be graded only after the course F7ABBITP has been successfully completed.
 Garant předmětu:
 Petr Maršálek
 Lecturer:
 Petr Maršálek
 Tutor:
 Petr Maršálek, Tomáš Parkman
 Supervisor:
 Department of Natural Sciences
 Synopsis:

The subject is an introduction to integral calculus and integral transforms.
Integral calculus: antiderivative, indefinite integral, properties and methods of integration (integration by parts and by substitution, partial fractions), definite integral, properties, NewtonLeibnitz fundamental theorem, simple applications of both indefinite and definite integrals, improper integral, solving differential equations (ODEs) (1st order ODEs with separable variables, linear 1st order homogenous as well as nonhomogenous ODEs, 2nd order linear homogenous and nonhomogenous ODEs with constant coefficients),intro to multiple integrals, particularly double integral and applications.
Integral transforms: Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform and their application for solving nth order linear ODEs with constant coefficients.
Ztransform and inverse Ztransform, their application for solving nth order linear difference equations.
 Requirements:

Assessment:
1. Maximum 3 absences during the semester for serious reason.
2. Activities at seminars will be checked by minitests (10 minutes,12 tasks). There will be 8 minitests during the semester, evaluated by 5 points each. Total sum MT ranging from 0 to 40 points.
3. Midterm tests
1st midterm test in the middle of the current semester (see schedule for the current academic year (AY))
2nd midterm test in the end of the current semester (see schedule for the current AY)
Midterm test consists of 4 tasks, each task evaluated by 5 points (maximum 20 points at a midterm test). A student must gain from one midterm test at least 10 points, it means that minimum gained from both midterm tests must be at least 20 points. So, VT ranging from 20 to 40 points.
Student's grading from seminars transferred for the exam:
MT:8 + VT:4  ranging from 5 to 15 points.
Additional term for missing midterm tests (see schedule for the current AY)
Exam:
Assessment registered by respective teacher in KOS together with the points transferred for exam.
Exam is only written, lasts 90 minutes.
It is forbidden to use a calculator, mobile phone, or any other electronic device during the exam.
The exam consists of
1. 7 tasks, evaluated by 10 points each, in total maximum 70 points
2. 5 tests, evaluated by 2 points each, in total maximum 10 points
3. 5 tests, evaluated by 1 point each, in total 5 points
4. Evaluation at seminar  transferred points maximum 15 points
Exam grading
A: 90100, B: 8089, C: 7079, D: 6069, E: 5059, F: less than 50
 Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction to indefinite integral, basic properties, elementary functions integration, integration by parts, integration by substitution.
2. Rational functions integration, partial fraction technique.
3. Integration of trigonometric functions, combined techniques of integration.
4. Introduction to definite integral, simple geometrical applications (area, volume of rotational bodies, curve length).
5. Improper integral, introduction to differential equations, general solution.
6. Differential equations, initial value problem for ODEs, 1st order ODE with separable variables, linear 1st order ODEs homogenous and nonhomogenous, method of variation of constant, homogenous ODEs (substitution z=y/x).
7. nth order linear ODEs with constant coefficients and their solution.
8. Double integral, introduction and elementary methods of its calculating.
9. Jacobian and substitution in double integral, polar coordinates, geometrical applications of double integral.
10. Laplace transform definition, properties and examples.
11. Inverse Laplace transform, application of Laplace transform for solving IVP for homogenous and nonhomogenous nth order linear ODEs with constant coefficients.
12. Ztransform  definition, properties and examples.
13. Inverse Ztransform, Test No. 2
14. Ztransform for solving linear difference equations.
 Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Elementary functions integration, integration by parts, integration by substitution.
2. Rational functions integration, partial fraction technique.
3. Integration of trigonometric functions, combined techniques of integration.
4. Definite integral, simple geometrical applications (area, volume of rotational bodies, curve length).
5. Improper integral, simple examples of improper integrals due to the function or due to the infinite interval of integration, introduction to differential equations, general solution.
6. 1st order ODE with separable variables examples, linear 1st order ODEs homogenous and nonhomogenous, method of variation of constant, examples.
7. Homogenous ODEs (substitution z=y/x), nth order linear ODEs with constant coefficients and their solution.
8. Double integral, introduction and elementary methods of its calculating.
9. Jacobian and substitution in double integral, polar coordinates, geometrical applications of double integral.
10. Laplace transform properties and examples.
11. Inverse Laplace transform and application of Laplace transform for solving IVP for homogenous and nonhomogenous nth order linear ODEs with constant coefficients.
12. Ztransform properties and examples.
13. Inverse Ztransform. Simple examples.
14. Ztransform for solving linear difference equations.
 Study Objective:

The goal of the subject is to gain necessary theoretical background in the field of integral calculus and integral transforms and practical skills in solving various examples and problems of fundamental integral calculus, and integral transforms.
 Study materials:

Study materials
[1] Neustupa J.: Mathematics 1, skriptum ČVUT, 2004
[2] Bubeník F.: Problems to Mathematics for Engineers, skriptum ČVUT, 2007
[3] Stewart, J. : Calculus, Brooks/Cole, 2012
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 Note:
 Timetable for winter semester 2023/2024:
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 Timetable for summer semester 2023/2024:

06:00–08:0008:00–10:0010:00–12:0012:00–14:0014:00–16:0016:00–18:0018:00–20:0020:00–22:0022:00–24:00
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