Advanced Calculus for Engineering and Science Students by Ian S. Murphy
Calculus 1 Introduction, Basic Review, Limits, Continuity, Derivatives, Integration, IB, AP, & AB
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Advanced Calculus for Engineering 3 Primarily for mechanical engineering majors. Prerequisite: CALC4. Credit not given for both this course and Covers Laplace transforms, numerical solution of ordinary differential equations, Fourier series, and separation of variables method applied to the linear partial differential equations of mathematical physics heat, wave, and Laplace's equation. Math is Elementary Partial Differential Equations. It covers similar material to Math , but is aimed at students majoring in Mathematics or Physics, rather than Engineering students.
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Mechanical engineering, one of the oldest engineering fields, focuses on the application of physics and mathematics to the design and manufacturing of mechanical systems and products. This area of engineering is highly focused on the design and production of tools and machines, which are used throughout the wide field of engineering. Students who are interested in mechanical engineering typically pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in college. During their first year, students typically take 30 credits of general education requirements, 30 credits of introductory science and math courses, 30 credits of core courses in mechanical engineering, and 30 to 40 credits of mechanical engineering electives. Requirements vary across programs, but most require students to take calculus 1, 2, 3, advanced calculus, differential equations and mathematical modeling. During their first year of college, mechanical engineering majors typically take calculus 1 and 2.