This course is designed for students whose prior background does not fully satisfy the mathematics requirements for admission and/or for students who wish to take a refresher course in applied mathematics. The course provides a review of differential and integral calculus in one or more variables. It covers elementary linear algebra and differential equations, including first- and second-order linear differential equations. Basic concepts of matrix theory are discussed (e.g., matrix multiplication, inversion, and eigenvalues/eigenvectors).
Course prerequisites: 
Two semesters of calculus.
Course notes: 
Not for graduate credit. This course alone does not fulfill the mathematics requirements for admission to the Applied and Computational Mathematics program; additional course work is required.
Course instructor: 
Davis

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