ET 50 Technical Mathematics (4)

Lec-70

Credit, Degree Applicable

PREREQ.: ET 108B; or MATH 90/92 and 95

Applied mathematics designed to develop ability to solve problems. Practical application of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry to basic problems in the applied sciences, including the study of alternating current circuitry with emphasis on periodic functions, vector analysis, logarithms, and exponential functions.

CSU

After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

- Outcome 1: Appraise the accuracy of a value measured with lab equipment
- Outcome 2: Estimate a calculated quantity to the appropriate level of accuracy and precision
- Outcome 3: Deconstruct vectors into components
- Outcome 4: Assess the most efficient method of vector addition for a particular problem
- Outcome 5: Diagram the trigonometric functions
- Outcome 6: Relate the trigonometric functions
- Outcome 7: Solve for unknown quantities of a triangle using the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines
- Outcome 8: Relate the logarithmic and exponential functions of any base
- Outcome 9: Relate radicals (square roots, cube roots, nth roots, etc.) to exponents and logs
- Outcome 10: Graph exponential equations of the form: y = Y(1 - e-x) and y = Ye-x
- Outcome 11: Distinguish between different numbering systems. (binary, octal, hexadecimal)
- Outcome 12: Formulate methods of addition and subtraction in different numbering systems
- Outcome 13: Differentiate between the various Boolean operations in logic gates and circuits
- Outcome 14: Synthesize methods of solution for systems of n equations in n unknowns
- Outcome 15: Relate complex numbers in polar fonn to complex numbers in rectangular form
- Outcome 16: Formulate methods of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division for complex numbers.
- Outcome 17: Integrate complex numbers into the representation ofAC circuits
- Outcome 18: Assess the best-fit curve to experimental data
- Outcome 19: Formulate methods to solve practical problems of the technical world using algebraic, geometric or trigonometric operations.

Find more details on this course in its official Course Outline of Record