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Module Details: MATH2208
This module is used in DT008.2.
This module is a prerequsite for MATH3108, and is not a corequisite for any other module.
|Code||MATH2208||The unique code for this module.|
|Name||Mathematics 3||The name of this module.|
|ECTS||5||The number of credits awarded for successful completion of this module.|
|School||School of Mathematical Sciences||The School responsible for this module.|
|Level||Ordinary Degree (NQAI level 7)||The level of programmes that normally use this module.|
|Stage||2||The programme stage at which this module is normally given.|
|Duration||13 weeks||The time that this module usually lasts.|
|Prerequisite||MATH1189||Codes of any modules that must be completed before this module can be started.|
|Corequisite||Codes of any modules that must be taken at the same time as this one.|
|Author||Colum Watt||The person who wrote the module descriptor.|
|Keywords||Mathematics||The areas that this module is related to.|
|Description||This module introduces the learner to ordinary differential equations and their solution, to the Laplace transform and some of its applications, and to Fourier series. Some of the uses of these topics in the statement and solution of engineering problems will be indicated. Necessary definitions are provided and standard, useful techniques, which build on the learnerís previous exposure to calculus in MATH1108, MATH1208, and|
MATH2108 are developed.
|A brief description of the module.|
|Revision||04 Jun 2007||The date of last revision of this information.|
|LectureHrs||2 hours/week||The number of hours per week of lectures for this module.|
|TutorialHrs||1 hour/week||The number of hours per week of tutorials for this module.|
|LabHrs||None||The number of hours per week of practical laboratory work for this module.|
|Descriptor||MATH2208.pdf (uploaded 15 Nov 2006)||Full details of the module.|
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