6114 Mathematics (2)

Course Description

This course begins with hyperbolic functions and some applications of integration as finding the volume of a rigid body. Then it covers all the techniques of integration, so the student will be able to integrate almost all familiar functions. Also, it covers series in detail; special attention is given to the convergence of power series.

Learning Objective

  • 1. To define hyperbolic function
  • 2. To differentiate hyporbolic functions
  • 3. To integrate hyperbolic functions
  • 4. To find the volume of a rigid body by using definite integration
  • 5. To apply the techniques of integration such as: A. V-Substitution B. Integration by ports C. Trigonometric integral D. Trigonometric substitution E. Partial fractions
  • 6. To cover series is detail and to give special attention to the convergence of power series

Credits

    3

Books for this Course

  • Introduction to Engineering Mathematics (Part II), Anthony Croft, Robert Davison and Martin Hargreaves

Times Offered

  • September 2015
  • January 2016

Course Prerequisite

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