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PHYS0212

Applied Math For Phys. Science

Applied Mathematics for the Physical Sciences
This course concentrates on the methods of applied mathematics used for treating the partial differential equations that commonly arise in physics, chemistry, and engineering. Topics include differential vector calculus, Fourier series, and other orthogonal function sets. Emphasis will be given to physical applications of the mathematics. Both analytic and numerical methods are employed. This course is a prerequisite for all 0300- and 0400-level physics courses. (MATH 0122; PHYS 0110 concurrent or prior) 4.5 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Physics
Department:
Physics
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

PHYS0212A-S15 Lecture

Spring 2014

PHYS0212A-S14 Lecture (Graham)

Spring 2013

PHYS0212A-S13 Lecture (Ratcliff)

Spring 2012

PHYS0212A-S12 Lecture (Ratcliff)

Spring 2011

PHYS0212A-S11 Lecture (Ratcliff)

Spring 2010

PHYS0212A-S10 Lecture (Graham)

Spring 2009

PHYS0212A-S09 Lecture (Ratcliff)

Spring 2008

PHYS0212A-S08 Lecture (Ratcliff)

Spring 2007

PHYS0212A-S07 Lecture (Winkler)
PHYS0212Y-S07 Discussion (Winkler)
PHYS0212Z-S07 Discussion (Winkler)

Spring 2006

PHYS0212A-S06 Lecture (Ratcliff)

Spring 2005

PHYS0212A-S05 Lecture (Winkler)

Spring 2004

PHYS0212A-S04 Lecture (Winkler)