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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-178

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188 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Pure and Applied -Intermediate Course Pure Mathematics Four hours week Algebra Plane and Solid Geometry Co-ordinate Geometry of the straight line and circle Trigonometry Mensuration Introduction to Differential and Integral Calculus Applied Mathematics Three hours week Statics Kinematics Kinetics Hydrostatics Tutorial Class is also held For Practical Applied Mathematics see Civil and Mechanical Engineering Final Course Second Year Four hours week Differential and Integral Calculus Higher Algebra and Trigono- metry Co-ordinate Geometry Introduction to Differential Equations Dynamics of Particle and of lligid Body Third Year Michaelmas Term-two hours week Lent Term-three hours week Spherical Trigonometry Interpolation Elementary Statistics Differential Equations Fourier's Series Determinants Applications to Electrical Technology PHYSICS Experimental Physics Intermediate Course -Heat Magnetism and Electricity Two lectures per week -Practical Work in Heat Magnetism and Electricity One half-day per week The Wheatstone Physical bor tory Students who are desirous of acquiring further knowledge of any special branches have an opportunity of doing so under the superin- tendence of the Wheatstone Professor and the Staff The Wheatstone Laboratory is open to Students from 10 to every day except Saturday for practical study and research in all branches of Physics
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