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21-236 Mathematical Studies II
A unified and intensive presentation of algebra, analysis, and geometry by a team of instructors. For capable and dedicated students who can allot a substantial amount of time to the study of mathematics. Aims at providing a modern background in mathematics for a career in pure or applied mathematics, science, or engineering. Topics covered include analysis in IR, analysis in Euclidean spaces, linear algebra, geometry, algebraic theories, multi-linear algebra, ordinary differential equations. Covers and extends the material in the courses Calculus in Three Dimensions, Advanced Calculus I and II, Algebraic Structures, and Linear Algebra I. Normally taken by students in the fourth semester. On completion a number of options are open, among them the Honors Degree Program. Participation by invitation.
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|A ||10:30 - 11:20 am ||M || Handron, Cummings ||DH 1209 || |
| ||1:30 - 2:20 pm ||M || Handron, Cummings ||DH 2105 || |
| ||10:30 - 11:20 am ||W || Handron, Cummings ||DH 1209 || |
| ||1:30 - 2:20 pm ||W || Handron, Cummings ||DH 2105 || |
| ||10:30 - 11:20 am ||F || Handron, Cummings ||DH 1209 || |
| ||1:30 - 2:20 pm ||F || Handron, Cummings ||DH 2105 || |
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