### Advanced Mathematics II (Summer Semester 2008)

- Lecturer: PD Dr. Frank Hettlich
- Classes: Lecture (31001), Problem class (31002)
- Weekly hours: 4+2

This lecture is mandantory for students enrolled in the International program in Mechanical Engineering at the International Department. This is the english class of the lecture Advanced Mathematics II (German Class).

Schedule | ||
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Lecture: | Monday 9:45-11:15 | ID SR Raum 202 |

Tuesday 9:45-11:15 | ID SR Raum 202 | |

Problem class: | Thursday 9:45-11:15 | ID SR Raum 202 |

Lecturers | ||
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Lecturer, Problem classes | PD Dr. Frank Hettlich | |

Office hours: Wednesday 10:30am - 12am and on appointment | ||

Room 1.042 Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30) | ||

Email: frank.hettlich@kit.edu | ||

Lecturer, Problem classes | Dr. Armin Lechleiter | |

Office hours: | ||

Room Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30) | ||

Email: |

Sheet | Solutions | Date | Due | Topics |

1st sheet (v2) | solution | 14.4.2008 | 22.4.2008 | Integration |

2nd sheet | solution | 21.4.2008 | 30.4.2008 | Differential equations |

3rd sheet | solution | 28.4.2008 | 7.5.2008 | Partial fraction decomposition, Improper integral |

4th sheet (v2) | solution | 5.5.2008 | 14.5.2008 | ODE with constant coefficients |

5th sheet | solution | 5.5.2008 | 28.5.2008 | Euler equations |

6th sheet | solution | 5.5.2008 | 28.5.2008 | variation of parameters, undetermined coefficients |

7th sheet | solution | 19.5.2008 | 4.6.2008 | power series method |

8th sheet | solution | 3.6.2008 | 11.6.2008 | Euler's method, Functions in several variables |

9th sheet | solution | 10.6.2008 | 18.6.2008 | matrices and determinats |

10th sheet | solution | 17.6.2008 | 25.6.2008 | linear system of differential equations, eigenvector, eigenvalue |

11th sheet | solution | 24.6.2008 | 2.7.2008 | Differentiability in |

12th sheet | solution | 1.7.2008 | 9.7.2008 | Laplace transform |

Here's the promised pdf with the last part of the last excercise of June 24.

# Examination

The exam in Advanced Mathematics I takes place in February/March, and in Advanced Mathematics II in August. It is also possible to write both exams in August. The two exams are graded together, so that you don't get a grade directly after the first exam in Advanced Mathematics in March. However, the points that you got on this exam will be announced and considered for the final grade after the exam in Advanced Mathematics II.

To participate in the final exam, you have to be granted an attestation for: (*The numbers below are last years values, they may change.*)

- achieveing
**at least**125 points on the worksheets from 1 to 10. This is 25% of all the points you can get (each worksheet is 50 points worth) - having
**at least 5 points**on**8**of those worksheets.

This attestation will be given to you by your tutor at the end of the first semester.