Calculus with Engineering Applications II (4) Integration, applications; sequences and series; parametric equations, application.
MATH 141E Calculus with Engineering Applications II (4)
MATH 141E enriches the regular MATH 141 syllabus by adding weekly applied problems, a small number of laboratory sessions, and a major group project for which both written and oral presentations are required. It is a rigorous calculus course with additional motivation and applications in the engineering sciences, designed to enhance the student's problem solving skills and their understanding of how calculus is applied to real world problems. The core material is the same as MATH 141.
MATH 141E provides an alternative to the regular MATH 141 for engineering majors. This course addresses the additional needs of engineering majors with regard to problem formulation and the interpretation of their mathematical solutions.
The prerequisite of the course is MATH 140, 140A, 140B, or 140E; or the consent of the instructor. Six sections of this course are offered every Spring semester.
Course evaluation is based on quizzes, weekly applied problems, two midterms, a group project, and a final examination.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.