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The course is the second part of the four semester block of Mathematics. The course Differential and Integral Calculus, in particular, is concerned with the basic concepts of Calculus including numerical and applied aspects.
At the end of the course students will be able to:
work both practically and theoretically with the derivative and (indefinite and definite) integral;
analyse the behavior of functions of one real variable.
understand the theory and use of infinite number series and power series;
understand the selected applications of the Calculus;
apply the methods of calculus to concrete problems.
Continuous functions and limits
Derivative and its applications
Riemann integral and its applications
Infinite series and power series, Fourier series, integral transformations
RILEY, K.F., M.P. HOBSON and S.J. BENCE. Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering. second edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 1232 pp. ISBN 0 521 89067 5. info
There are theoretical lectures and standard tutorial
Two hours of lectures per week and two hours of compulsory exercises/seminar group. During the semester, two obligatory mid-term exams are avaluated (each for max 10 points). In the seminar groups, there are 4-6 half an hour exams during the semester. The seminars are evaluated in total by max 5 points. Students, who collect during the semester (i.e., in exercises and mid-term exams) less than 10 points, are graded as X and they do not proceed to the final examination. The final exam is two hours long and written for max 20 points. For successfull examination (the grade at least E), the student needs in total 20 points or more.