This course will provide you with a good working knowledge of Calculus and Linear Algebra, and it will show you how these topics can be applied in interdisciplinary contexts. The illustrative examples used in lectures and the problem based tutorial classes will help you to further develop and improve your analytical thinking and problem solving skills. Based on logical arguments and specific techniques, these problem solving skills are generic and can be applied in multidisciplinary work. The course will also encourage you to develop your communication skills through active participation in tutorials, and by writing clear, logical arguments when solving problems.
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