POWTF-DP Power Engineering Technology

Courses and Descriptions

MATH-3003Advanced Mathematics

This advanced mathematics course builds upon Technical Mathematics 1 and provides students with the requisite skills necessary to solve technical problems that a 3rd and 2nd class power engineer faces on a daily basis. Students will study topics in higher-level mathematics, including algebra, geometry and trigonometry. They will solve linear equations with one or more unknowns, simultaneous linear and quadratic equations and perform factoring. They will study mensuration (areas, volumes of planes and solid figures) and will acquire knowledge in problem-solving techniques for power engineering, and apply that knowledge to work with exponential, logarithmic, natural and naperian logarithms. Knowledge acquired in this course will be directly applied to other content areas in the field of power engineering.
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