Engineering Mathematics

Spring, 2010

**Course
information links**

Course syllabus

Course calendar

Homework assignments

From class: Sage demonstrations

Formula Sheets for vector calculus | statistics

KnightVision (for exam solutions)

Professor Scofield's homepage (Visit to see the current list of office hours)

Course calendar

Homework assignments

From class: Sage demonstrations

Formula Sheets for vector calculus | statistics

KnightVision (for exam solutions)

Professor Scofield's homepage (Visit to see the current list of office hours)

**
Software links**

Sage website |
instructions/source for TeX fonts for jsMath

R website

Mozilla homepage, for its Firefox browser

Get Adobe's Acrobat Reader 9

R website

Mozilla homepage, for its Firefox browser

Get Adobe's Acrobat Reader 9

**
Links to topics related to MATH 232**

Some online references:

An applet for plotting planar vector fields

An applet for visualizing the thing computed in a flow/work integral

Introduction to Elementary Statistics Lecture Notes, by
Muhammad El-Taha of the University of Southern Maine

Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Models and Applications, by David W. Stockburger, Missouri State University

A list of Flash Mathlets
Applet
for various types of numerical integration techniquesIntroductory Statistics: Concepts, Models and Applications, by David W. Stockburger, Missouri State University

An applet for plotting planar vector fields

An applet for visualizing the thing computed in a flow/work integral

**
Links to topics related to MATH 162**

Online Mathematica integrator
(must use Mathematica syntax for expressions)

Applet to carry out numerical integration

Applet to carry out numerical integration

plotter providing graph, contour plots and directional derivatives

The relationship between level curves and a particular surface

An illustration of the meaning of directional derivatives

A tangent plane applet

Some demos of multiple integration by Riemann sums (Paul Blanchard, Boston Univ.)

The relationship between level curves and a particular surface

An illustration of the meaning of directional derivatives

A tangent plane applet

Some demos of multiple integration by Riemann sums (Paul Blanchard, Boston Univ.)

Quadric
surfaces and their cross-sections

Parametrized surfaces: a torus | a helicoid

Changes of variables: polar to rectangular coordinates | a nonlinear transformation

The meaning of spherical coordinates

An illustration of the parametrization of a line

Parametrized surfaces: a torus | a helicoid

Changes of variables: polar to rectangular coordinates | a nonlinear transformation

The meaning of spherical coordinates

An illustration of the parametrization of a line

This page maintained by:
Thomas L. Scofield

Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
Calvin College