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Course Desciption

The course gives students a broad overview of the basic elements contained in the course and student should be able to know all the calculation methods as introduction to radiological math and physics

Prerequisit

None.

Textbook(s)

1- Ayres (Calculus) 2nd Ed, Schaum's Series 2- Stevenson, (Mathematical Methods for Science Students)

Course Objectives

To enable students to be able to compute various radiological functions and physical parameters through mathematical manipulations

Topics Covered

- Integral and deferential Calculus - Differential Equations - Matrices and Determinants - Complex Numbers. - Eagan values. - Linear equation with constant coefficient - Trigonometry logarithm - Trig metric function - Exponential law.

Class/Laboratory Schedule

Tuotorial.Tests.

Computer Applications

None.