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Undergraduate college students pursuing degrees in mechanical engineering must pass several high-level math courses to meet degree requirements. A first-level calculus course is required and serves as a prerequisite for future, more advanced math classes. Some math classes are taken alongside science classes, such as physics, because the material is complementary.

Mechanical engineering students are required to take Calculus II and Calculus III as part of their course curriculum. Some advanced calculus courses for engineering majors have a strong emphasis on analytic geometry, according to Florida State University. Advanced calculus classes cover such topics as applications and methods of integration, infinite series, the representation of functions by power series and parametric curves in the plane, according to New York University professor Alexander Hanhart's Calculus II course requirements for 2013. Each advanced calculus course generally takes one semester to complete.

Many mechanical engineering programs, such as the one offered at Syracuse University, require students to take a linear algebra math class. Linear algebra focuses on linear equations and vectors. Even though linear algebra is still considered "algebra," it's much more abstract than first- or second-level algebra courses. Linear algebra focuses on differential equations, spatial rotations and least squares fitting, according to Wolfram MathWorld. A linear algebra course generally lasts one semester.


This is mathematics: she reminds you of the invisible form of the soul; she gives life to her own discoveries; she awakens the mind and purifies the intellect;
she brings light to our intrinsic ideas; she abolishes oblivion and ignorance which are ours by birth.        Proclus

©2013 | Pearson | Available

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The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning.

Undergraduate college students pursuing degrees in mechanical engineering must pass several high-level math courses to meet degree requirements. A first-level calculus course is required and serves as a prerequisite for future, more advanced math classes. Some math classes are taken alongside science classes, such as physics, because the material is complementary.

Mechanical engineering students are required to take Calculus II and Calculus III as part of their course curriculum. Some advanced calculus courses for engineering majors have a strong emphasis on analytic geometry, according to Florida State University. Advanced calculus classes cover such topics as applications and methods of integration, infinite series, the representation of functions by power series and parametric curves in the plane, according to New York University professor Alexander Hanhart's Calculus II course requirements for 2013. Each advanced calculus course generally takes one semester to complete.

Many mechanical engineering programs, such as the one offered at Syracuse University, require students to take a linear algebra math class. Linear algebra focuses on linear equations and vectors. Even though linear algebra is still considered "algebra," it's much more abstract than first- or second-level algebra courses. Linear algebra focuses on differential equations, spatial rotations and least squares fitting, according to Wolfram MathWorld. A linear algebra course generally lasts one semester.

©2013 | Pearson | Available

The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning.

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The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning.

Undergraduate college students pursuing degrees in mechanical engineering must pass several high-level math courses to meet degree requirements. A first-level calculus course is required and serves as a prerequisite for future, more advanced math classes. Some math classes are taken alongside science classes, such as physics, because the material is complementary.

Mechanical engineering students are required to take Calculus II and Calculus III as part of their course curriculum. Some advanced calculus courses for engineering majors have a strong emphasis on analytic geometry, according to Florida State University. Advanced calculus classes cover such topics as applications and methods of integration, infinite series, the representation of functions by power series and parametric curves in the plane, according to New York University professor Alexander Hanhart's Calculus II course requirements for 2013. Each advanced calculus course generally takes one semester to complete.

Many mechanical engineering programs, such as the one offered at Syracuse University, require students to take a linear algebra math class. Linear algebra focuses on linear equations and vectors. Even though linear algebra is still considered "algebra," it's much more abstract than first- or second-level algebra courses. Linear algebra focuses on differential equations, spatial rotations and least squares fitting, according to Wolfram MathWorld. A linear algebra course generally lasts one semester.


This is mathematics: she reminds you of the invisible form of the soul; she gives life to her own discoveries; she awakens the mind and purifies the intellect;
she brings light to our intrinsic ideas; she abolishes oblivion and ignorance which are ours by birth.        Proclus

©2013 | Pearson | Available

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©2013 | Pearson | Available

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