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1 MATH 220 Matrices Upon successful completion of MATH 220, the student will be able to: 1. Identify a system of linear equations (or linear system) and describe its solution set 2. Write down the coefficient matrix and augmented matrix of a linear system 3. Use elementary row operations to reduce matrices to echelon forms 4. Make use of echelon forms in finding the solution sets of linear systems 5. Perform standard operations with vectors in Euclidean space 6. Understand the meaning of linear independence/dependence and span 7. Interpret linear systems as vector equations 8. Define matrix-vector product and be able to interpret linear systems as matrix equations 9. Determine the parametric vector form of solutions of linear systems 10. Relate the solution set of a consistent inhomogeneous linear system to the solution set of its associated homogeneous equation 11. Determine whether sets of vectors are linearly independent or dependent 12. Identify a linear transformation between Euclidean spaces 13. Determine the standard matrix of a linear transformation between Euclidean spaces 14. Understand the notion of one-to-one mapping and onto mapping 15. Perform standard operations with matrices including addition, scalar multiplication, and multiplication 16. Compute the inverse of a matrix, if it exists 17. Understand and use the various characterizations of an invertible matrix 18. Determine if a given subset of a Euclidean space is a subspace 19. Describe the column space and nullspace of a matrix and how to determine these spaces 20. Find a basis of a subspace of a Euclidean space 21. Define the concept of dimension and how to use the rank plus nullity theorem 22. Define and compute determinants 23. Make use of the properties of determinants in their calculation 24. Find eigenvalues and eigenvectors of square matrices 25. Diagonalize square matrices 26. Compute the matrix of a linear transformation relative to given bases 27. Compute the inner product of vectors, lengths of vectors, and determine if vectors are orthogonal 28. Recognize an orthogonal set, orthogonal basis and orthogonal matrix 29. Find the orthogonal projection of a vector onto a subspace 30. Find an orthogonal basis using the Gram-Schmidt process 31. Determine the least-squares solutions of linear systems 32. Orthogonally diagonalize symmetric matrices 33. Reduce a quadratic form to principal axes

2 MATH 230 Calculus and Vector Analysis Upon successful completion of MATH 230, the student will be able to: 1. Perform standard operations on vectors in two-dimensional space and threedimensional space 2. Compute the dot product of vectors, lengths of vectors, and angles between vectors 3. Compute the cross product of vectors and interpret it geometrically 4. Determine the equations of lines and planes using vectors 5. Identify various quadric surfaces through their equations 6. Sketch various types of surfaces 7. Define vector functions of one real variable and sketch space curves 8. Compute derivatives and integrals of vector functions 9. Find the arc lengths and curvatures of space curves 10. Find the velocity and acceleration of a particle moving along a space curve 11. Define functions of several variables and their limits 12. Calculate the partial derivatives of functions of several variables 13. Apply the chain rule for functions of several variables 14. Calculate the gradients and directional derivatives of functions of several variables 15. Solve problems involving tangent planes and normal lines 16. Determine the extrema of functions of several variables 17. Use the Lagrange multiplier method to find extrema of functions with constraints 18. Define double integrals over rectangles 19. Compute iterated integrals 20. Define and compute double integrals over general regions 21. Compute double integrals in polar coordinates 22. Find moments and centers of mass using double integrals 23. Compute triple integrals in cartesian coordinates, cylindrical coordinates and spherical coordinates 24. Apply triple integrals to find volumes and center of mass 25. Change variables in multiple integrals 26. Define vector fields 27. Calculate line integrals along piecewise smooth paths; interpret such quantities as work done by a force 28. Use the fundamental theorem of line integrals 29. Use Green s theorem to evaluate line integrals along simple closed contours on the plane 30. Compute the curl and the divergence of vector fields 31. Compute the area of parametric surfaces in 3-dimensional space 32. Compute surface integrals 33. Apply Stokes theorem to compute line integrals along the boundary of a surface 34. Use Stokes theorem to give a physical interpretation of the curl of a vector field 35. Use the divergence theorem to give a physical interpretation of the divergence of a vector field

3 MATH 231 Calculus of Several Variables Upon successful completion of MATH 231, the student will be able to: 1. Perform standard operations on vectors in two-dimensional space and threedimensional space 2. Compute the dot product of vectors, lengths of vectors, and angles between vectors 3. Compute the cross product of vectors and interpret it geometrically 4. Determine the equations of lines and planes using vectors 5. Identify various quadric surfaces through their equations 6. Sketch various types of surfaces 7. Define vector functions of one real variable and sketch space curves 8. Compute derivatives and integrals of vector functions 9. Find the arc lengths and curvatures of space curves 10. Find the velocity and acceleration of a particle moving along a space curve 11. Define functions of several variables and their limits 12. Calculate the partial derivatives of functions of several variables 13. Apply the chain rule for functions of several variables 14. Calculate the gradients and directional derivatives of functions of several variables 15. Solve problems involving tangent planes and normal lines 16. Determine the extrema of functions of several variables 17. Use the Lagrange multiplier method to find extrema of functions with constraints

4 MATH 232 Integral Vector Calculus Upon successful completion of MATH 232, the student will be able to: 1. Define double integrals over rectangles 2. Compute iterated integrals 3. Define and compute double integrals over general regions 4. Compute double integrals in polar coordinates 5. Find moments and centers of mass using double integrals 6. Compute triple integrals in cartesian coordinates, cylindrical coordinates and spherical coordinates 7. Apply triple integrals to find volumes and center of mass 8. Change variables in multiple integrals 9. Define vector fields 10. Calculate line integrals along piecewise smooth paths; interpret such quantities as work done by a force 11. Use the fundamental theorem of line integrals 12. Use Green s theorem to evaluate line integrals along simple closed contours on the plane 13. Compute the curl and the divergence of vector fields 14. Compute the area of parametric surfaces in 3-dimensional space 15. Compute surface integrals 16. Apply Stokes theorem to compute line integrals along the boundary of a surface 17. Use Stokes theorem to give a physical interpretation of the curl of a vector field 18. Use the divergence theorem to give a physical interpretation of the divergence of a vector field

5 MATH 250 Ordinary Differential Equations Upon successful completion of MATH 250, the student will be able to: 1. Identify an ordinary differential equation and its order 2. Verify whether a given function is a solution of a given ordinary differential equation (as well as verifying initial conditions when applicable) 3. Classify ordinary differential equations into linear and nonlinear equations 4. Solve first order linear differential equations 5. Find solutions of separable differential equations 6. Model radioactive decay, compound interest, and mixing problems using first order equations 7. Model population dynamics using first order autonomous equations 8. Apply first order equations to problems in elementary dynamics 9. Find solutions of exact equations 10. Find the general solution of second order linear homogeneous equations with constant coefficients 11. Understand the notion of linear independence and the notion of a fundamental set of solutions 12. Use the method of reduction of order to find a second linearly independent solution of a second order, linear homogeneous equation when one solution is given 13. Use the method of undetermined coefficients to solve second order, linear homogeneous equations with constant coefficients 14. Use the method of variation of parameters to find particular solutions of second order, linear homogeneous equations 15. Use second order linear equations with constant coefficients to model mechanical vibrations 16. Compute the Laplace transform of a function 17. Use shift theorems to compute the Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform 18. Use the Laplace transform to compute solutions of second order, linear equations with constant coefficients 19. Use the Laplace transform to compute solutions of equations involving impulse functions 20. Perform standard operations on vectors in R 2 and 2 2 matrices 21. Recognize linearly independent vectors in R Find eigenvalues and eigenvectors of 2 2 matrices 23. Use the eigenvalue-eigenvector method to find the general solution of first order linear 2 2 homogeneous systems with constant coefficients 24. Sketch and interpret the phase portraits of first order linear 2 2 homogeneous systems with constant coefficients 25. Use the method of linearized stability to determine the stability of equilibrium solutions of planar autonomous systems 26. Use phase portraits and linearized stability to study simple predator-prey models

6 MATH 251 Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations Upon successful completion of MATH 251, the student will be able to: 1. Identify an ordinary differential equation and its order 2. Verify whether a given function is a solution of a given ordinary differential equation (as well as verifying initial conditions when applicable) 3. Classify ordinary differential equations into linear and nonlinear equations 4. Solve first order linear differential equations 5. Find solutions of separable differential equations 6. Model radioactive decay, compound interest, and mixing problems using first order equations 7. Model population dynamics using first order autonomous equations 8. Apply first order equations to problems in elementary dynamics 9. Find solutions of exact equations 10. Find the general solution of second order linear homogeneous equations with constant coefficients 11. Understand the notion of linear independence and the notion of a fundamental set of solutions 12. Use the method of reduction of order to find a second linearly independent solution of a second order, linear homogeneous equation when one solution is given 13. Use the method of undetermined coefficients to solve second order, linear homogeneous equations with constant coefficients 14. Use the method of variation of parameters to find particular solutions of second order, linear homogeneous equations 15. Use second order linear equations with constant coefficients to model mechanical vibrations 16. Compute the Laplace transform of a function 17. Use shift theorems to compute the Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform 18. Use the Laplace transform to compute solutions of second order, linear equations with constant coefficients 19. Use the Laplace transform to compute solutions of equations involving impulse functions 20. Perform standard operations on vectors in R 2 and 2 2 matrices 21. Recognize linearly independent vectors in R Find eigenvalues and eigenvectors of 2 2 matrices 23. Use the eigenvalue-eigenvector method to find the general solution of first order linear 2 2 homogeneous systems with constant coefficients 24. Sketch and interpret the phase portraits of first order linear 2 2 homogeneous systems with constant coefficients 25. Use the method of linearized stability to determine the stability of equilibrium solutions of planar autonomous systems 26. Use phase portraits and linearized stability to study simple predator-prey models 27. Use the method of separation of variables to reduce some partial differential equations to ordinary differential equations 28. Solve simple eigenvalue problems of Sturm-Liouville type 29. Find the Fourier series of periodic functions 30. Find the Fourier sine and cosine series for functions defined on an interval

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