# Engineering Mathematics I

Korea University

## Course Description

• ### Course Name

Engineering Mathematics I

• ### Host University

Korea University

• ### Location

Seoul, South Korea

• ### Area of Study

Mechanical Engineering

• ### Language Level

Taught In English

• ### Prerequisites

Prerequisites & Class Requirements
Calculas

• ### Course Level Recommendations

Lower

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### Hours & Credits

• Credits

3
• Recommended U.S. Semester Credits
3
• Recommended U.S. Quarter Units
4
• ### Overview

ntroduction
In this class, the solution of differential equations will be introduced and its application on engineering problems will be discussed. In addition, the vector and matrix analysis will be covered.

Course Objectives
Learn fundamental engineering mathematics required for mechanical engineers.

Textbooks
Textbook: Peter V. O'Neil Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 5th edition
Mathematical Handbook of Formulas and Tables(Schaum's Outlines)
Class homepage: http://eku.korea.ac.kr/

Assignments
Homework problem set would be given for two or three chapter (4-6 times).

First-Order Differential Equation

First-Order, Second-Order Differential Equations

Second-Order Differential Equations

Laplace Transform

Laplace Transform

Series Solution

Series Solution

Midterm

Vectors and Vector Spaces

Matrices and Systems of Linear Equations

Determinants

Eigenvalues, Diagonalization, and Special Matrices

Eigenvalues, Diagonalization, and Special Matrices

Systems of Linear Differential Equations

Systems of Linear Differential Equations, Qualitative Methods & Systems of Nonlinear Differential Equations

Final

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