Jul 18, 2019  
PUBLISHED 2018-2019 Credit Catalog 
PUBLISHED 2018-2019 Credit Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MATH 288 - Mathematics for Engineering & Technology ll

Course Description
This course enables the student to apply advanced algebra, integral and differential calculus methodologies to scientific and technological applications. Topics include trigonometric and transcendental calculus, methods of integration, specifically integration by parts, by trigonometric substitution, and by use of tables. Applications include linear motion, areas under curves, volumes of revolution, centroids, moments of inertia, and program-relevant applications.

3 credits


  • MATH 238

Additional Requisite Information:

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Required Textbook: Washington, A. J., & Boué M. (2015).Basic Technical Mathematics with Calculus, SI Version(Custom SAIT Edition). Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions.

Purchasing the Textbook: Go to http://www.bookstore.sait.ca/buy_main.asp, select Campus Term (Distance Learning) and click GO, select Distance Online, click on your course, and add the book to your cart.

Materials Requirements:

  • A scientific calculator without graphing or programming capabilities is required for examinations. Graphing calculators (e.g. TI-83) will not be permitted for examinations. Check with your instructor regarding permissible calculators and any other limitations on the use of calculators.

Equivalent Course(s):
  • MATH 285

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