This unit is a continuation of XPD127 with emphasis on the application of single- variable calculus and linear algebra to problems in the physical and biological sciences, economics, and engineering. The units XDD127 and XPD128 also provide an excellent introduction to the mathematical rigour required for higher level mathematics based subjects. Successful completion of XDD127 and XPD128 is the prerequisite for most second year units in Mathematics and Physics as well as all semester 1, second year units in Engineering.
|Unit name||Mathematics 1B|
|Available as student elective?||No|
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- Understand the role of single variable calculus and matrix algebra in the fields of mathematics, the sciences, and engineering.
- Exhibit knowledge of the principles and concepts of single variable calculus and linear algebra.
- Apply mathematical principles, concepts, techniques, and technology to solve practical and abstract problems of single variable calculus and linear algebra.
- Interpret and present information communicated in mathematical and plain English form.
- Demonstrate personal and social responsibility in the ethical application of approaches to problem solving, self-directed learning, and group learning.
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|Assessment||Examination (70%)|Weekly Written Assignments (20%)|Online Quizes (10%)|
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