This module introduces students to the mathematics of calculus and its applications in engineering. Examples classes are provided to support the student learning.
Total contact hours: 44
Private study hours: 106
Total study hours: 150
Method of assessment
Main assessment methods
• Exam 2 hours (90%)
• Four Homeworks, each 2-3 A4 pages, each weighted 2.5% (10%)
Core Mathematics for Advanced Level, L. Bostock and S. Chandler, Nelson Thornes (Publishers) Ltd., 2000, ISBN 0 7487 55098.
See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury)
1 Demonstrate a knowledge of Calculus to a level suitable for Level 4 courses;
2 Apply this knowledge to elementary problem solving;
3 Undertake more advanced study of these subjects.
4. Demonstrate the ability to manage time.
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