MTH200 - Mathematics II

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Subject Title
Mathematics II

Subject Description
This course, along with mathematics course MTH110 and MTH300 provides the knowledge of calculus required by later engineering courses in the Flight Program.  In MTH200, students first complete the study of the differential calculus begun in MTH110 and then undertake a thorough study of the integral calculus of functions of one variable. All integration methods are studied and integration is applied to solve problems in areas, volumes, centroids and moment of inertia. In addition, the properties and behavior and derivative of logarithmic, exponential, inverse and hyperbolic functions are covered in the course.

Credit Status
One Credit

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Calculate the derivatives of functions containing logarithmic and exponential terms.
2. Define what is meant by the inverse function of a given function and calculate the values of an inverse function and its derivative at a given point.
3. Define ln x, the natural logarithm of a function, and calculate the derivatives and integrals (both definite and indefinite) of a variety of functions containing ln x .
4. Define ex and calculate the derivatives and integrals (both definite and indefinite) of a variety of functions containing ex.
5. Calculate the derivatives and integrals (both definite and indefinite) of functions containing general logarithmic and general exponential functions.
6. Calculate the values of inverse trig functions for given values of the independent variable and calculate the derivatives of functions containing inverse trigonometric functions.
7. Define the hyperbolic functions and the inverse hyperbolic functions and calculate the derivatives of functions containing inverse hyperbolic functions.
8. Find the antiderivative of a number of simple algebraic and trigonometric functions.
9. Write down the definition of the definite integral of a function and calculate the approximate values of definite integrals using Riemann sums.
10. Use the fundamental theorem of the calculus to evaluate the definite integrals of simple functions.
11. Calculate the definite integrals of functions using the substitution rule.
12. Employ definite integrals to calculate quantities such as the areas between two curves, the volumes of solids, centroids and moment o inertia.
13. Employ various methods for evaluating integrals such as integration by parts, trigonometric substitution and partial fractions to calculate the values of definite integrals or find explicit expressions for the functions represented by indefinite integrals.

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