# Category: Math and Stats

• ### Math 2UU3: Numbers for Life

Principles of quantitative reasoning, problem-solving and critical thinking, discussed in contexts related to, and relevant for, our daily lives, our society and the environment we live in. Content delivered through lecture and class discussion in an engaging and non-threatening way. Course develops core competencies often referred to as numeracy, or numeric literacy.

• ### MATH 3IA3: Introduction to Analysis

Sequences and series of numbers. Proofs of theorems about continuity; differentiability, Riemann integration. [3 units]

• ### Stats 2B03: Statistical Methods for Science

Applied statistics, with emphasis on inferential methods relevant to the environmental and life sciences. Use of a computer statistics package. [3 units]

• ### Math 3ET3 A/B S: Mathematics Teaching Placement

Explore teaching as a profession and integrate academics with a community, volunteer or professional experience. The student will complete an academic component in addition to the placement. This course includes a scientific communication component. Students are responsible to arrange a suitable placement and supervision, and are required to submit an application to the Science Career…

• ### Math 3C03: Mathematical Physics I

Eigenvalue problems, Fourier transforms, special functions, spherical harmonics, partial differential equations, boundary value problems. [3 units]

• ### Math 2X03: Advanced Calculus I

Multiple integration, line and surface integrals and applications. The classical integration theorems of Green, Gauss and Stokes. [3 units]

• ### Math 2C03: Introduction to Differential Equations

First order ordinary differential equations and higher order linear ordinary differential equations including Laplace transforms and series solutions. [3 units]

• ### MATH 1LT3: Calculus for the Life Sciences II

Applications of integration, autonomous differential equations, functions of several variables; probability as application of calculus. All topics chosen for their relevance to the life sciences. [3 units]

• ### Math 1LS3: Calculus for the Life Sciences I

Topics from differential and integral calculus, differential equations, discrete-time dynamical systems, chosen for their relevance to the life sciences. [3 units]

• ### Math 1C03: Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning

Inquiry into the ideas and methods of advanced mathematics. Material will include topics selected from algebra, calculus, discrete math, geometry and number theory. [3 units]