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VV255 – Applied Calculus III


Credits: 4 credits. No credits are counted towards graduation for those who have completed Vv285.

Pre-requisites: Vv156, Vv186 or permission of instructor

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Linear systems of equations and the Gauss-Jordan algorithm; finite-dimensional vector spaces (with an emphasis on euclidean space), linear independence and bases; scalar products and Gram-Schmidt orthonormalization; linear maps and matrices; determinants; analytic geometry of lines and planes; parametric representation of curves and surfaces; partial derivatives and applications; line, surface and volume integrals; vector fields the classical theorems of vector analysis in three dimensions (Green, Gauss and Stokes) and applications.

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