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Unit Code: MTH519

Unit Name: Engineering Mathematics II

Description: Engineering Mathematics is applied in daily life all in known and unknown ways. The engineering problems are firstly mathematically modelled and then are used to understand, predict and optimize engineering systems. In this course, we shall learn about the branch of engineering mathematics which shall includes Vectors, Geometry, Multi-variable Calculus, Partial differentiation, Matrices and Laplace transform. The main application of the course is to introduce students to engineering modelling and solve these models mathematically.

Learning Target Outcomes: On successful completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Apply knowledge of Multi-variable Calculus, Geometry, Matrices & Vectors to solve basic problems from the student\'s field of engineering specialization. 2. Demonstrate the use of geometry in understanding engineering problems. 3. Calculate the solution for a group of equations using matrices. 4. Demonstrate a geometrical understanding of the mathematical theory taught in the course by selecting and applying suitable techniques from calculus to solve physical problems. 5. Apply MATLAB to implement calculus techniques and solve problems computationally. 6. Apply knowledge of Partial differentiation and Laplace transform to solve engineering problems.

Prerequisite: Pass in MTH 410

Prerequisite Sentence: N/A

Credit Point: 12

Offered In: Semester 2