NAB2010 Applied mathematics

Course description for academic year 2019/2020

Contents and structure

1. order linear differential equations, coupled systems of differential equations, parametric curves in 2 and 3 dimensions.

Learning Outcome

 - Knowledge:

The student should be able to make practical use of derivation and integration, special techniques for 1st order differential equations, coupled systems of differential equations, parametric curves in the plane and in space, spherical coordinates.

- Skills:

Know basis techniques for differential and integral calculus. Be able to solve basic differential equations and be able to work with vectors and matrices.

- General Qualifications:

The student should be able to use mathematics as a tool in nautical science.

Entry requirements

NAB1030 Basic Mathematics or equivalent

Recommended previous knowledge

NAB1013 Mathematics II or equivalent

Teaching methods

Lectures  and workshops

Course requirements

Assignments (will be specified at the beginning of the semester).

Assessment

Written exam 5 hrs

Grading scale A-F

Examination support material

All printed and written study aids may be used

The University College's Teknisk formelsamling (Pedersen, Gustavsen, Kaasa og Olsen) is handed out during the exam

Allowed calculator is: Casio fx-991EX.

More about examination support material

Course reductions

  • ING1011 (1) - Mathematics A - Reduction: 5 studypoints