MATH 2140


General information

3 credit hours - Lab required

Course description

Introductory course on the design and analysis of mathematical models for real-life phenomena arising in the natural, engineering and social sciences.


MATH 1230 (C+) or MATH 1690 (C+) or MATH 1500 (B+) or MATH 1501 (B+) or MATH 1510 (B+) or MATH 1220 (C) or MATH 1300 (B) or MATH 1301 (B)

Information for the Fall 2017 term

No lectures and tutorials in the Fall 2017 term OR no information in our database (check Aurora)

Past examinations

Past examinations are provided for training purposes. There is no guarantee that your examinations will in any way mimic them.

Final examinations

Fall 2015

Midterm examinations

Fall 2015 - Midterm 1
Fall 2015 - Midterm 2


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Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 at 14:40, 418 Machray Hall
R. Padmanabhan
Circle-realizable \( (n_4) \)-configurations
(Seminar series : Rings and Modules)

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 at 15:00, 205 Armes Building
Ievgen Bilokopytov
Continuity and Holomorphicity of Symbols of Weighted Composition Operators
(Seminar series : Functional Analysis)

Monday, October 2nd, 2017 at 15:00, 415 Machray Hall
Kristin Courtney
(Seminar series : Functional Analysis)

Friday, November 3rd, 2017 at 08:00, TBA
Steve Reinhardt
(Seminar series : Colloquium)