what is engineering physics, engineering mathematics and engineering chemistry. do they have scope and is there any difference between engineering mathematics and mathematical computing
Engineering science is bit deep and has different theories which is completely different which you read in 12th.
Basics is same but those are use to solve lot more real life problems.
Engineering mathematics and physics is mostly used in all engineering streams.
Engineering chemistry and physics is used in biotechnology engineering , chemical engineering, mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Science is basic rule for every process or thing or component. There is no domain or work for engineering mathematics, physics or chemistry. You can read them in BTech/BE and use them in your job time. Engineering has good scope and it's improving towards automations.
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Can Btech Mechanical Engineering graduates(studied Engineering Mathematics upto 3rd semester in graduation) give IIT Jam Exam for doing Msc. in Mathematics?
According to the eligibility criteria, for a Candidate to appear for M.Sc Mathematics for IIT JAM, he/she should have completed Bachelor's degree with Mathematics as a subject atleast for 2 years or 4 semesters. But if you have studied only 3 Semesters, unfortunately, you might not be qualified for IIT JAM. Please read our article for more information: https://university.careers360.com/articles/jam-eligibility-criteria
Please prefer me best book of engineering mathematics for GATE EXAM.
BS Grewal or Hk Dass is the best book and recommended by most if the toppers for GATE preparation of engineering mathematics.
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What is syllabus for Engineering mathematics in GATE?
This is the syllabus for Mathematics GATE
Section 1: Linear Algebra
Algebra of matrices; Inverse and rank of a matrix; System of linear equations; Symmetric,
skew-symmetric and orthogonal matrices; Determinants; Eigenvalues and eigenvectors;
Diagonalisation of matrices; Cayley-Hamilton Theorem.
Section 2: Calculus
Functions of single variable: Limit, continuity and differentiability; Mean value theorems;
Indeterminate forms and L'Hospital's rule; Maxima and minima; Taylor's theorem;
Fundamental theorem and mean value-theorems of integral calculus; Evaluation of
definite and improper integrals; Applications of definite integrals to evaluate areas and
Functions of two variables: Limit, continuity and partial derivatives; Directional derivative;
Total derivative; Tangent plane and normal line; Maxima, minima and saddle points;
Method of Lagrange multipliers; Double and triple integrals, and their applications.
Sequence and series: Convergence of sequence and series; Tests for convergence;
Power series; Taylor's series; Fourier Series; Half range sine and cosine series.
Section 3: Vector Calculus
Gradient, divergence and curl; Line and surface integrals; Green's theorem, Stokes
theorem and Gauss divergence theorem (without proofs).
Section 4: Complex variables
Analytic functions; Cauchy-Riemann equations; Line integral, Cauchy's integral theorem
and integral formula (without proof); Taylor's series and Laurent series; Residue theorem
(without proof) and its applications.
Section 5: Ordinary Differential Equations
First order equations (linear and nonlinear); Higher order linear differential equations with
constant coefficients; Second order linear differential equations with variable
coefficients; Method of variation of parameters; Cauchy-Euler equation; Power series
solutions; Legendre polynomials, Bessel functions of the first kind and their properties.
Section 6: Partial Differential Equations
Classification of second order linear partial differential equations; Method of separation
of variables; Laplace equation; Solutions of one dimensional heat and wave equations.
Section 7: Probability and Statistics
Axioms of probability; Conditional probability; Bayes' Theorem; Discrete and continuous
random variables: Binomial, Poisson and normal distributions; Correlation and linear
Section 8: Numerical Methods
Solution of systems of linear equations using LU decomposition, Gauss elimination and
Gauss-Seidel methods; Lagrange and Newton's interpolations, Solution of polynomial and
transcendental equations by Newton-Raphson method; Numerical integration by
trapezoidal rule, Simpson's rule and Gaussian quadrature rule; Numerical solutions of first
order differential equations by Euler's method
Sir as i am opting for Masters Degree in Biological Sciences is it bound for me to attend the Engineering Mathematics section as given in the course syllabus for the ojee pg?
Well if you opt for biological sciences then obviously your question paper won't have mathematics questions because your syllabus would be different from the one going for enginnering major or other subjects. So check once agin to be sure.
I hope my answer helps.
All the best.
is gate paper same for msc in mathematics and engineering mathematics??
see the syllabus is totally different, like in engineering mathematics there is tran form theory part is included of laplace transform, Fourier transform, z transform.
but in mathematics syllabus, the syllabus has many more topics added in differential equation, topology, and in numerical analysis.
follow the below link to know about full syllabus,
is MA (mathematics) and engineering mathematics have different syllabus and questions in gate
GATE 2020 Mathematics Syllabus. The syllabus of Mathematics subject in GATE 2020 consists of various topics. These topics are Calculus, Linear Algebra, Real Analysis, Ordinary Differential Equations, Algebra, Functional Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Topology, and Linear Programming.
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Are 1st year b.sc degree and engineering mathematics equal?
1st year B.Sc. degree Mathematics as some common chapters to engineering Mathematics. They are differential equation,linear algebra and calculus.
In engineering mathematics there are many different concepts like:- Asymptote,Curvature, Differentiation(Major part),Series(Power series),Linear algebra,Systems of equation, Matrices.
These concepts might be there in B.Sc. but may be not in one particular semester. They are divided into modules and are taught in particular semester. This is due to the course completely focuses on pure mathematics.
So concepts are same but the depth level is different.
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