 Course Code :
MTH 211
 Level :
Undergraduate
 Course Hours :
3.00
Hours
 Department :
Department of Electrical Engineering
Instructor information :
Area of Study :
To familiarize students with the basic concepts of MTH 211 and to make them able to develop an understanding of mathematical concepts that provide a foundation for the mathematics encountered in Engineering. The course allows students to work at their own level thereby developing confidence in mathematics and general problem solving. On successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. demonstrate a sound understanding of a number of mathematical topics that are essential for studies in Engineering;
2. interpret and solve a range of problems involving mathematical concepts relevant to this course ;
3. Effectively communicate the mathematical concepts and arguments contained in this course.
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Functions of several variables: limits, continuity and partial derivatives, Chain rule, Tangent planes and normal lines, Extrema and constrained extrema, Ordinary differential equations: equations of first order (separable, homogenous, exact, linear and Bernoulli), Orthogonal trajectories, Equations reducible to first order, High order linear equations, The variation of parameters and operation method, Euler's equation, System of linear differential equations, Series and tests of convergence, Taylor and Maclaurin expansion, Multiple integrals: double integral in Cartesian and Polar coordinates, Triple integrals and Jacobians, Line integral, Green's theorem,
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Books:
Book

Author

Publisher

Advanced Engineering Mathematics

Warren S. Wright, Dennis G. Zill

Jones & Bartlett Learning

Course notes :
Course notes
Handouts
Recommended books :
(1) Larson, R, Edwards, B & Falvo, D 2004, Elementary linear algebra, 5th edn, Houghton Mufflin, Boston, Massachusetts.
(2) Stewart, J 2005, Calculus: concepts & contexts, 3rd edn, Thomson/Brooks/Cole, Australia.
Periodicals :
www.sosmath.com, www.math.hmc.edu
Web Sites :
www.tutorial.math.lamar.edu,
www.web.mit.edu
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