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Mathematics 1 with Exercises(3.0 credits)

Code:635
Course Type:Basic Specialized Courses
Class Format:Lecture and Exercise
Course Name : Applied Physics Quantum Science and Energy Engineering
Starts 1 : 2 the previous term 2 the previous term
Elective/Compulsory : Compulsory Compulsory
Lecturer : Hiroshi IKUTA Professor  Katsunori YOSHIMATSU Associate Professor

 •Course Purpose This course deals with vector analysis and differential equations. It aims to help students acquire the basic concepts and principles of these mathematical methods and to get the necessary proficiency to apply them to problems in engineering. It targets students who have completed freshman-level mathematics and physics courses and who are going to major advanced engineering subjects. •Prerequisite Subjects Fundamentals of Mathematics I, II, III, IV, Fundamentals of Physics I, II •Course Topics 1.Vector Analysis 1-1 Basic properties of vector 1-2 Differentiation of vector 1-3 Curves 1-4 Surfaces 1-5 Vector field 1-5 Integral theorems for vector field 2.Ordinary differential equation 2-1 Laws in nature and ordinary differential equations 2-2 Elementary methods of solution for differential equations 2-3 Second order differential equation with constant coefficients 2-4 High-order linear differential equation and system of first order differential equations •Textbook 1. Vector Analysis, Morikazu Toda, Iwanami Shoten 2. Ordinary Differential Equation, Nobuo Yajima, Iwanami Shoten •Additional Reading Suggetsions are given at lectures. •Grade Assessment Midterm examination and term-end examination. To pass, students must earn at least 60 points out of 100. •Notes •Contacting Faculty During the break after the lecture, or during the office hours.

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