18.01SC | Fall 2010 | Undergraduate
Single Variable Calculus
3. The Definite Integral and its Applications

Part C: Average Value, Probability and Numerical Integration

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Calculating averages and probabilities is an important application of integration. Although we can differentiate almost any function we can describe, there are functions whose integral we cannot directly describe; this part of the course describes numerical methods used to calculate the values of such integrals.

» Session 60: Integrals and Averages
» Session 61: Integrals and Weighted Averages
» Session 62: Integrals and Probability
» Session 63: Numerical Integration
» Session 64: Numerical Integration, Continued
» Session 65: Bell Curve, Conclusion
» Problem Set 8

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