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400.002 / Engineering Mathematics II, Fall 2006
· Staff
Prof.: Hyunkin Kim
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Lectures:
Two sessions / week
1.5 hours / session
· Level
Undergraduate
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 → Course Description
Engineering Mathematics is a comprehensive introductory treatment of essential mathematical methods applicable to various engineering problems.
It is aimed to strengthen the mathematical abilities of undergraduate students, enhance their problem solving skills, and train them to think systematically.
Engineering Mathematics II divides roughly into three parts:
- Establish concepts on matrix theory and linear algebra, which are widely used in various engineering fields.
- Introduce Fourier series and transformation, and apply them to solve to partial differential equations.
- Extend the concepts of series and vector calculus to complex integration and complex series.
Students will be able to reason mathematically in vectors and matrices, and to model, analyze, solve various elementary governing equations.

Gradings:
Midterm(35%), Final(40%), attendance(5%), Homework(20%)
Seoul National University, San 56-1. Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu.Seoul 151-742 Korea
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