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MATH 0200. Intermediate Calculus (Physics/Engineering).

Covers roughly the same material as MATH 0180, but is intended for students with a special interest in physics or engineering. The main topics are: geometry of three-dimensional space; partial derivatives; Lagrange multipliers; double, surface, and triple integrals; vector analysis; Stokes' theorem and the divergence theorem, with applications to electrostatics and fluid flow. The extra hour is a weekly problem session. Recommended prerequisite: MATH 0100, 0170, or 0190.

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Engineering and Physics

...Brown with MATH 0170 or its equivalent. Students who begin in MATH 0200 can substitute...


...MATH 0180 has additional prerequisites. 4 NOTE: Many of the BIOL courses have BIOL 0200...


...course may start in MATH 0100 and take MATH 0200 or MATH 0180 in second...