MATH 241 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry

Calculus and Analytical Geometry - MATH 241

Class Meeting: Monday 8:00 - 09:30
                        Wednesday 12:00 - 01:30

Course Objectives:

The aim of the course is to teach the students some important topics that will help them to complete their program in mathematics. This course covers the topics of definite and indefinite integrals, methods and techniques of integration, improper integrals, multi-variable functions and partial derivatives, multiple integrals, vectors and the geometry of space, vector field integration, conic sections and polar coordinates, infinite sequences and series.

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO’s)

    Knowledge and understanding:

        K1-Identify basic theorems and concepts of calculus and analytical geometry.
        K2-Classify mathematical problems and discuss them with appropriate theorems and concepts in problem
        K3-Define vector calculus and vector field integration.
    Intellectual abilities:
        I1-Formulate problems using tools of differentiation, integration and analytical geometry.

        I2-Evaluate integrals using different methods and techniques.

        I3-Apply techniques of vector calculus and vector integration to physical and mathematical problems.

        I4-Apply theorems and rules of calculus to physical and mathematical problems.

    Professional and Practical competencies:

        P1-Solve many physical problems using tools of calculus and analytical geometry manually.

        P2-Operate and practice with problems in mathematics and physics using available techniques of calculus
        and analytical geometry.

        P3-Solve problems using skills, and tools of modern mathematics.

    General and Transferable Skills:

        S1-Communicate ideas effectively in graphical, oral, and written media

        S2-Functioning in multi-disciplinary teams.

        S3-Deal with Scientific material in English.

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