Mathematics University of Tsukuba
Introduction to mathematics for life and environmental sciences covers application of calculus using applied differentiation and integration, logarithmic and exponential functions, first order differential equations, matrix and probability. This course emphasizes to solve problems related to life and environmental sciences using a wide array of mathematical solutions.
To help students to learn sufficient mathematics and develop problem-solving skills that lead to success in future courses and in chosen careers. Additionally,to help students become critical thinkers by understanding scientific concepts that will form a basis for making important decisions about issues concerning life and the environment.
The objective of this course is to provide a sound understanding of the basic structure of functions and function notation, and transformations of functions. With these basic components in hand we will further research the specific details and intricacies of each type of function in our toolkit and use them to model the world around us. Introductory calculus will be discussed to relate the applications with life and environmental sciences and further course works for Advance Mathematics.
Exam 50% (long and short answer questions), Class Attendance 30%, Quizzes and brief reports 20%.
Online Course Requirement
Lecture is conducted in English. As discussed at Week 1.
Site for Inquiry
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Contact person: Ahamed Tofael
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Link to the syllabus provided by the university