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09-231 Mathematical Methods for Chemists

Prerequisites:09-106 and (21-122 or 21-123)
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This course covers mathematical techniques that are important in the chemical sciences. The techniques will be covered in the context of chemical phenomena, and combine topics from 3-dimensional calculus, differential equations, linear algebra and statistics. This course does not count towards the minor in chemistry. 3 hrs. lec.

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