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Show 50 WEBER COLLEGE fundamental principles of Algebra. Prerequisite: Mathematics 1. Five quarter hours. MATHEMATICS 5. Analytic Geometry. Methods of coordinates, construction of equations, geometric interpretation of algebraic equations, linear or straight line equations, cone sections, transformations of coordinates. Preprequisites: Mathematics 2,3, and 4. Five quarter hours. MATHEMATICS 6. Analytical Geometry. A continuation of Mathematics 5. Dealing with empirical equations, an introduction into solid analytic geometry, lines, planes, and special surfaces in space. Prerequisite: Mathematics 5. Five quarter hours. MATHEMATICS 7. Calculus. A general course in differential calculus. Treats limits, differentiation, and geometric interpretations. Prerequisites: Mathematics 2, 4, 5, 6. Five quarter hours. MATHEMATICS 8. Calculus. A continuation of Mathematics 7. Has to do with indefinite and definite integrals, together with their applications. Prerequisite: Mathematics 7. Five quarter hours. MATHEMATICS 9. Calculus. A continuation of Mathematics 8, with an introduction to ordinary differential equations. Prerequisites: Mathematics 7, 8. Five quarter hours. MATHEMATICS 10. Analytic Geometry. This is a short course designed primarily for those Engineering students who are unable to qualify for Mathematics 5 in time for the Winter Quarter. Prerequisites: Mathematics 2,3, and 4. (This course will not apply toward a Mathematics major.) Five quarter hours. MATHEMATICS 12. A Survey Course in Mathematics. A unified course, dealing with the essential parts of trigonometry, algebra, analytic geometry, and calculus. Prerequisites: one year of high school algebra and plane geometry. (This course will not apply toward a Mathematics major.) Five quarter hours. Engineering ENGINEERING 1. Mechanical Drawing. A lecture and text book course on the use and care of drawing instruments. Simple geometric problems, drawing to scale, orthographic drawings. Special emphasis is placed on free-hand lettering. Three quarter hours. ENGINEERING 2. Descriptive Geometry. A study of the principles and problems relating to orthogonal projections of the point, line, plane, cylinder, cone, double-curved surfaces of revolution, and warped surfaces. Prerequisite: Engineering 1. Three quarter hours. ENGINEERING 3. Descriptive Geometry. Continuation of Engineering 2. Prerequisite: Engineering 2. Three quarter hours. WEBER COLLEGE 51 ENGINEERING 4. Surveying. Steel tape measurements, ranging lines, measuring angles, compass surveys, transit surveys, difential leveling, profile and cross section work, curves, grades, topographic and city surveying, including computations and platting. Prerequisites; Engineering 1, Mathematics 3. Two quarter hours. ENGINEERING 5. Surveying. Continuation of Engineering 4. Prerequisite: Engineering 4. Two quarter hours. ENGINEERING 6. Surveying. Continuation of Engineering 5. Prerequisite: Engineering 5. Two quarter hours. ENGINEERING 7. Kinematics. Deals with the nature of mechanics: method of transmitting motion in machines, contact mechanism, friction gearing, gear teeth, cams, link-work, belts, ropes and chains, trains of mechanism. Lectures and drawings. Prerequisites: Engineering 1, Mathematics 3, and 5. Three quarter hours. ENGINEERING 8. Materials of Engineering. Properties and uses of the various grades of steels and alloys, wood, brick, cement, glass, plaster, concrete, and building stones. Three quarter hours. ENGINEERING 19. Electrical Drafting. Drafting of circuits, lettering, tracing, and arrangements of electrical drawings. Prerequisite: Engineering 1. One quarter hour. Not given 1934-35. ENGINEERING 20. Applied Electricity. An elementary study of direct currents and direct current machinery. This course is designed primarily for those students who wish to gain a working knowledge of electricity and to help prepare themselves for a job with an electric or power company upon completion of our two year course. Prerequisite: High school physics or equivalent. Four quarter hours. ENGINEERING 21. Applied Electricity. Continuation of Engineering 20; also a study of alternating currents and alternating current machinery. Prerequisite: Engineering 20. Four quarter hours. ENGINEERING 22. Applied Electricity. Continuation of Engineering 21. Four quarter hours. ENGINEERING 23. Electric Machinery. The principles and operations of various types of motors and generators. Four quarter hours. Not given 1934-35. ENGINEERING 24. Electric Machinery. Continuation of Engineering 23. Four quarter hours. Not given 1934-35. ENGINEERING 25. Electric Machinery. Continuation of Engineering 24. Four quarter hours. Not given 1934-35. ENGINEERING 30. Wiring for Light and Power. Underwriter's requirements for installation of electrical equipment. Four quarter hours. |