 EMTH119-20SU2 (C) Summer Nov 2020 start

# Engineering Mathematics 1B

15 points

Details:
 Start Date: Monday, 30 November 2020 End Date: Sunday, 7 February 2021
Withdrawal Dates
Last Day to withdraw from this course:
• Without financial penalty (full fee refund): Friday, 11 December 2020
• Without academic penalty (including no fee refund): Friday, 15 January 2021

## Description

A continuation of EMTH118. Topics covered include methods and Engineering applications of calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra, along with an introduction to probability. This course is a prerequisite for many courses in engineering mathematics and other subjects at 200 level.

Due to the condensed nature of this course students are expected to attend every lecture AND every tutorial.

EMTH119-20SU2 is not available for online study. You must be able to make a commitment to being on-campus for the whole course and exam before enrolling in this course.

EMTH119 consolidates concepts from EMTH118 and introduces more advanced ideas in calculus and linear algebra. It includes applications of this mathematics to applied and engineering problems.
It also incorporates some study of probability. It is a prerequisite for many courses in engineering mathematics and other subjects at the 200-level.

Topics:
Differential equations. First-order ordinary differential equations with applications.  Second-order ordinary differential equations with applications.
Sequences and mathematical induction.  Applications of differentiation to approximation.  Approximation by Taylor polynomials. Landau’s notation and order of magnitude.
Matrices and determinants.
Probability. Sets and probability. Discrete random variables. Continuous random variables.
Expectation, mean, and variance.
Techniques and applications of integration. Integration of rational functions.
Arc length. Improper integrals.
Vector Geometry   Projections. Parallel and intersecting planes.  Intersection and distance problems.

## Learning Outcomes

• Students who have succeeded in this course will be able to
• use calculus, algebra or probability to
- evaluate integrals arising in mathematics and engineering
- solve first and second order differential equations
- find Taylor approximations to functions
- calculate mean and variance of random variables and solve probability problems arising in engineering applications
- calculate determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors
- investigate the geometry of multivariable functions and classify critical points
• demonstrate understanding of the mathematical topics in the course by
- giving definitions of fundamental concepts
- competent manipulation of functions, matrices, random variables and complex numbers
- choosing effective solution techniques for given problems
- verifying correctness of mathematical calculations
• describe and interpret the meaning of mathematical solutions to engineering problems (particularly differential equations and random variables)
• synthesise material from different sections of course (for example, using integration techniques and limit evaluation to solve differential equation or probability problems)

## Restrictions

MATH103, MATH109, MATH199

## Timetable Note

The timetable runs November 2020 to February 2021.

## Assessment

Note: To obtain a clear pass (a C– or better), you must obtain at least 40% in the final examination.

## Textbooks / Resources

Anton, Howard., Bivens, Irl., Davis, Stephen; Calculus: Early Transcendentals; 10th edition; Wiley (8th or 9th edition also suitable).