This course covers the fundamental mathematical tools required in applied physics and engineering. The goal is to present students with the mathematical techniques used in engineering and scientific analysis and to demonstrate these techniques by the solution of relevant problems in various disciplines. Areas include vector analysis, linear algebra, matrix theory, and complex variables.
Course prerequisites: 
Differential and integral calculus.
Course notes: 
Not for graduate credit.
Course instructor: 
D'Archangelo

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