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MATH1051 - Calculus & Linear Algebra 1

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MATH1051 is a large (>1200 student) first year course that provides an important foundation in calculus and linear algebra that supports further studies in pure and applied sciences, engineering, finance or further mathematics pursuits.

The calculus component extends high school concepts exploring powerful and important tool and techniques used throughout the sciences. Linear algebra is the study of vectors and matrices and is extensively used to model systems of interacting elements. A further component of MATH1051 comprises an introduction to the computational mathematics package MATLAB, which is useful for many real-life applications and is compulsory for further studies in engineering and scientific computation.

Dr Victor Scharaschkin is a lecturer in Mathematics who has received grants and published in the field of mathematics education as well as pure mathematics. In 2015 he won a faculty of science excellence in teaching award.


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