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Integration in One Dimension

Students entering into upper-division physics courses are typically very comfortable with integration as taught in mathematics courses. In physics, there is additional language which accompanies integration as well as greater flexibility in variables.


  • 1D Rectangular Integration (Estimated time: ): Introduction to language physicists use in integration including chopping, adding/accumulation, boundaries, functions.
  • How what you're integrating isn't necessarily the parameter you want to vary after integrating. –Lecture or Homework primarily

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