Since mathematics involves a continual interplay between the abstract and the concrete, this subject has been structured to prepare the students for coping with these concepts.

This is the second unit in a sequence of introductory pure and applied mathematics. It comprises linear
algebra, integration, infinite series, complex numbers, analytic geometry, and differential equations.
Applications of Mathematica are included.

This subject provides the tools for dealing with problems in a wide range of fields ranging from forestry to nuclear physics. It also serves as a bridge from the typical intuitive treatment of calculus to more rigorous courses such as abstract algebra and analysis.