## Mathematics and Statistics

## Math 1A03: Calculus For Science I

For students in science: geared towards applications, with attention to underlying concepts. Functions: limits, continuity, derivatives, optimization, curve sketching. Antiderivative, definite integral, techniques of integration. [3 units]

## Math 1B03: Linear Algebra I

Vector spaces given by solutions to linear systems. Linear independence, dimension. Determinants. Eigenvalues, eigenvectors and diagonalisation. Complex numbers. [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]

## 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 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 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 2X03: Advanced Calculus I

Multiple integration, line and surface integrals and applications. The classical integration theorems of Green, Gauss and Stokes. [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 3C03: Mathematical Physics I

Eigenvalue problems, Fourier transforms, special functions, spherical harmonics, partial differential equations, boundary value problems. [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 and Cooperative Education two months prior to registration. [3 units]

## MATH 3IA3: Introduction to Analysis

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