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Scope:The course will cover vector analysis and coordinate systems, a brief discussion of tensors, linear algebra, an introduction to complex variables and complex analysis, infinite series, differential equations, Fourier analysis, and a brief introduction to probability. The aim of the course is to prepare students of physics and related disciplines with the mathematical background needed for many of the 400-level courses.
Textbook: Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences, Author: Mary L. Boas, Publisher: Wiley, 3. ed., 2006, ISBN: 13 978-0-471-19826-0
Class times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 3PM-4PM in 296 WEISER
Office hours and lecture makeup dates: Tuesdays 6PM and Fridays 5PM, 4255 Randall / location TBA
Instructor: Georg Raithel, Office: 4255 Randall, firstname.lastname@example.org
GSI Assistant: Eric Shahly, email@example.com
Midterm 1 Date: TBD
Midterm 2 Date: TBD
Final Exam Date: Tuesday, April 26 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Homeworks and writing projects will be collected on a due date and graded. No late work will be accepted.
The University of Michigan.