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#37 to #35 - llamadude (12/19/2012) [-]
depends how deep you go with the integrals. If you do line integrals with vector/scalar fields, surface integrals, integrals over a domain, etc., it should be its own subject.
#79 to #37 - marcino (12/19/2012) [-]
We used integration by parts, substitution, partial and some other techniques to analyse and develop an RLC circuits .
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#40 to #38 - llamadude (12/19/2012) [-]
Oh okay, that is the basics of integrals. There's a lot more to it. I just took Multivariable Calculus so we have to take the integral over multiple variables like a triple integral over dx dy dz sort of thing. Considering that even what I just learned isn't going into depth, I'm scared for what's coming next.
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#43 to #41 - llamadude (12/19/2012) [-]
for us, we had to figure out what we are integrating and whether it is better to use xy or polar coordinates in 2 dimensions or cylindrical, rectangular, or spherical coordinates in the third dimension which got a little complicated there, for us points varied from like 4-20 depending on the problem.
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User avatar #70 to #44 - albeit ONLINE (12/19/2012) [-]
...I have no idea what the **** I just read...
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