Mathematics Analysis
Mathematics Analysis B6B01MAA
Credits | 5 |
Semesters | Winter |
Completion | Assessment + Examination |
Language of teaching | undefined |
Extent of teaching | 2P+2S+2D |
Annotation
This course is an introduction to differential and integral calculus. It covers basic properties of functions, limits of functions, derivative and its applications (graphing, Taylor polynomial) and definite/indefinite integral with its applications, sequences and series.
Study targets
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Course outlines
1. Introduction to calculus.
2. Real numbers, basic mathematical terminology.
3. Functions, elementary functions.
4. Limit of a function, continuity.
5. Derivative, properties and interpretations.
6. L'Hospital's rule, the Taylor polynomial.
7. Extrema of functions. Graph sketching.
8. Indefinite integral (antiderivative), basic methods.
9. Integrating rational functions using partial fractions.
10. Definite integral, properties and evaluation.
11. Improper integral, applications of integral.
12. Sequences.
13. Series.
2. Real numbers, basic mathematical terminology.
3. Functions, elementary functions.
4. Limit of a function, continuity.
5. Derivative, properties and interpretations.
6. L'Hospital's rule, the Taylor polynomial.
7. Extrema of functions. Graph sketching.
8. Indefinite integral (antiderivative), basic methods.
9. Integrating rational functions using partial fractions.
10. Definite integral, properties and evaluation.
11. Improper integral, applications of integral.
12. Sequences.
13. Series.
Exercises outlines
Practical classes follow lectures thematically. While on lectures, the focus is on understanding of notions and on justifications of validity of claims, in exercises students learn to solve routine problems.
1. Introduction to calculus.
2. Real numbers, basic mathematical terminology.
3. Functions, elementary functions.
4. Limit of a function, continuity.
5. Derivative, properties and interpretations.
6. L'Hospital's rule, the Taylor polynomial.
7. Extrema of functions. Graph sketching.
8. Indefinite integral (antiderivative), basic methods.
9. Integrating rational functions using partial fractions.
10. Definite integral, properties and evaluation.
11. Improper integral, applications of integral.
12. Sequences.
13. Series.
1. Introduction to calculus.
2. Real numbers, basic mathematical terminology.
3. Functions, elementary functions.
4. Limit of a function, continuity.
5. Derivative, properties and interpretations.
6. L'Hospital's rule, the Taylor polynomial.
7. Extrema of functions. Graph sketching.
8. Indefinite integral (antiderivative), basic methods.
9. Integrating rational functions using partial fractions.
10. Definite integral, properties and evaluation.
11. Improper integral, applications of integral.
12. Sequences.
13. Series.
Literature
1. M. Demlová, J. Hamhalter: Calculus I. ČVUT Praha, 1994
2. P. Pták: Calculus II. ČVUT Praha, 1997.
3. Math Tutor http://math.feld.cvut.cz/mt
2. P. Pták: Calculus II. ČVUT Praha, 1997.
3. Math Tutor http://math.feld.cvut.cz/mt
Requirements
High-school mathematics.
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