© All Rights Reserved

0 views

© All Rights Reserved

- Integral Calculus
- Mathematics Class 12 Part 2
- 04. Mech.pdf
- 04. Mech.pdf
- Chapter11 B
- Formula
- Calculus Assignments 2012-13
- MATH_F112_1011
- SM_11B
- 26_1_cmplx_fns
- MMAE 501 Book Matrices.pdf
- Business Mathematics
- Differentials, antiderivatives
- Fundamentals of MathCAD
- God and Calculas
- CS201-MidTerm-By Rana Abubakar Khan
- 01. B.E. ECE final
- Tutorial Chapter 9
- Syllabus computer Science 1st sem
- q1 - ap calc bc

You are on page 1of 3

selectie=cursus&cursus=191512001&collegejaar=2015&taal=en

Learning goals

formulate definitions and properties of functions of one variable;

calculate limits, for instance to demonstrate coninuity or to calulate the

dirivative with the definition;

calculate the derivative of a function, and also to calculate extreme values and

inflection points;

solve first and second order (linear) differential equations;

reproduce the definition of coninuity,differentiability and integrability of

functions of two variables;

reproduce the definition of the patial derivative of a function of two or more

variables;

apply the chain rule for functions of more than one variable;

calculate the directional derivative and the gradient vector, and to apply the

rules for the gradient;

find the extreme values of functions of more than one variable.

Content

This course gives the student a basic knowledge of functions of one variable and

gives an introduction to functions of two or more variables. It extends the prior

knowledge about functions of one variable acquired from second grade education, but

can also be used as a repetition of the mathematics that is presented at the

Polytechnic University.

https://osiris.utwente.nl/student/OnderwijsCatalogusSelect.do?

selectie=cursus&cursus=201500293&collegejaar=2016&taal=en

apply standard coordinate transformations (polar, cilindrical and spherical) to

multile integrals;

work with divergence and curl of a vector field

calculate line and surface integrals of functions and vector fields over general

regions;

apply the theorems of Green, Stokes and Gauss;

formulate the notions of series, sequences and absolute and relative convergence;

determine the convergence of series and sequences.

find the radius of convergence of a power series;

find the Taylor series expansion of simple functions;

Content

differentiation, while in Calculus B the focus lies at multiple integration of

functions of two or more variables. We start with an introduction to multiple

integration and exercise with various computation techniques. We extend our

knowledge to integration over non-straight curves and non-flat surfaces. This is a

prerequisite for the great integration theorems of Green, Stokes and Gauss, with

which we conclude this course.

https://osiris.utwente.nl/student/OnderwijsCatalogusSelect.do?

selectie=cursus&cursus=201400221&collegejaar=2017&taal=en

Topics for the probability theory part include sample space and probability

measure, combinatorial probability, conditional probability and independence,

discrete and continuous random variables, expectation, variance, covariance and

correlation, and the central limit theorem.

The main topics for the statistics part are confidence intervals and hypothesis

testing.

https://osiris.utwente.nl/student/OnderwijsCatalogusSelect.do?

selectie=cursus&cursus=191512061&collegejaar=2015&taal=en

Learning goals

� work with systems of linear equations, vectors, matrices, subspaces of the n-

dimensional real space, and explain the connections between these concepts,

� work with determinants, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, linear transformations and

connect them with the previous concepts.

Content

systems). Many real life situations can be modeled as a linear system. Examples are

networks (traffic networks, data networks, electrical networks, etc.), economic

models, chemical reactions, cryptography (coding of messages), scheduling, computer

graphics, GPS.

Linear Algebra A starts with an introduction of linear systems which will be

described using a (coefficient-)matrix. We learn how to solve linear systems

systematically, using a row reduction technique on the coefficient matrix.

Thereafter, we focus on operations for vectors and matrices, such as addition,

multiplication, inverse and transpose. These operations are fundamental in Linear

Algebra.

Next, we deal with sets of vectors with very nice properties: subspaces. It turns

out that the properties of subspaces tell us a lot about the structure of solution

sets of linear systems. Here the concepts of linear combination, linear

independence, basis and dimension play an important role.

We also introduce the concept of determinant of a square matrix. We explore its

properties and show some interesting interpretations.

Further, we deal with eigenvectors and eigenvalues of a square matrix. These

concepts play a crucial role in discrete dynamic systems, which arise in many

scientific fields.

Finally, we examine linear transformations and their properties. Some well-known

applications in geometry will be treated as well.

Throughout, much emphasis is laid on the relations among the various concepts.

https://osiris.utwente.nl/student/OnderwijsCatalogusSelect.do?

selectie=cursus&cursus=191403070&collegejaar=2015&taal=en

Electrostatics:

Electric charge and electric field

Coloumbs�s law

Gauss� law

Divergence and Curl of E

Electric potential

Electric work

Conductors

Multipole expansion

Electrostatics in materials:

Dielectrics

Induced dipoles and Polarisation

Bound charges and Electric Displacement

Boundary conditions

Energy in dielectrics

Magnetostatics:

Currents and magnetic field

The Biot-Savart law

Amperes law

Divergence and Curl of B

Comparison of electric and magnetic fields

The vector potential

Magnetostatics in materials:

Dimagnetisme, Paramagnetism and Ferromagnetism

Magntization

Bound currents and H-field

Amperes law in magnetic materials

Boundary conditions

Electrodynamics:

Ohm�s law

Electromotive force

Electromagnetic induction

Maxwell equations

Conservation laws

Electromagnetic waves

https://osiris.utwente.nl/student/OnderwijsCatalogusSelect.do?

selectie=cursus&cursus=191231490&collegejaar=2017&taal=en

You will get acquainted with concepts related to systems and signals and you will

acquire experience with methods to systemtically analyse the properties of linear

time-invariant systems in discrete and continuous time. Representations and methods

of analysing systems and signals: difference and differential equations, state-

space representations, transfer function, convolution sum and integral, stability,

state-transition matrix, Fourier series, Fourier transform, Laplace transform, Z-

transform.

- Integral CalculusUploaded bynsnehasuresh
- Mathematics Class 12 Part 2Uploaded bylirol
- 04. Mech.pdfUploaded bybalamurugan r
- 04. Mech.pdfUploaded byleninks_1979
- Chapter11 BUploaded byNic Blando
- FormulaUploaded byRatna Naksut
- Calculus Assignments 2012-13Uploaded byAndy Ramroth
- MATH_F112_1011Uploaded byDevendra Pratap Singh
- SM_11BUploaded byRinny Kynar Pratiwi
- 26_1_cmplx_fnsUploaded byEbookcraze
- MMAE 501 Book Matrices.pdfUploaded byAshley Bill
- Business MathematicsUploaded byAntaraBanerjee
- Differentials, antiderivativesUploaded byakirank1
- Fundamentals of MathCADUploaded byjessegerber
- God and CalculasUploaded byLokesh Venkateshaiah
- CS201-MidTerm-By Rana Abubakar KhanUploaded byM Nabeel Shabir
- 01. B.E. ECE finalUploaded byGanapathi Subramanian
- Tutorial Chapter 9Uploaded byHanis Ridzuan
- Syllabus computer Science 1st semUploaded byFaisal Muneer
- q1 - ap calc bcUploaded byapi-292365857
- Num4 Diff&IntegUploaded byAmirAmiri
- Integral Analysis and the Phenomena of Life 2Uploaded byadhoc3
- 19EMA 101SyllabusMathematics ICommontoallexceptBiotech (1)Uploaded byrazes
- Fried GutUploaded byjohnoftheroad
- Gettign Started With OctaveUploaded byAnya Sonnendecker
- m2.pdfUploaded byAkshay Lodha
- The Simulation and Analysis by Digital Computer of Biochemical Systems in Terms of Kinetic Models I. the Choice of Integration MethodUploaded byNélia Lima
- C0 Mixed Layerwise Quadrilateral Plate Element with Variable in and Out-Of-Plane Kinematics and Fixed D.O.F.Uploaded byInternational Journal of computational Engineering research (IJCER)
- M.sc - Physics - 2011Uploaded byKarthick Dimple
- Sonlu ElemanlarUploaded bytolga_enes9949

- Unwedge_Pattern_Bolts.pdfUploaded byMiguel Madariaga
- CCITT(Huffman)EncodingUploaded byShashank S. Prasad
- Aspera EUG - Posting RulesUploaded byare_nita02
- lesson plan pob steps in establishing a businessUploaded byapi-461137051
- Sika DurUploaded byTimo
- CSS-3_ENG_0511Uploaded byMahmood Sajjad
- Year 4 - Maths FractionsUploaded bymbed2010
- bio empa task 1Uploaded byaye009
- New Media Society 2014 Blackwell GrindrUploaded byBimaPambudiGunadi
- Pericardial DiseaseUploaded byGunawan Yoga
- ex 13Uploaded byLucas Y. Hataishi
- Pier Francesco Roggero, Michele Nardelli, Francesco Di Noto - "The New Mersenne Prime Numbers"Uploaded byMichele Nardelli
- Accounting Law in EnglishUploaded bySophearin Phann
- Singapore Financial SystemUploaded bySaikat Saha
- Human Computer Interaction may 2007 question paperUploaded byelimelek
- Cementation Tech.pdfUploaded bysleuth
- ISO 9001 Quality Manual - Kraft.Uploaded byQuản Trị Xứ Mường
- Family RolesUploaded byRosalieTilos Lorico TindocOrito
- 2010bulletin USMLE 2010Uploaded byRaul Duran
- Slides Aula20Uploaded byJanainaFernandes
- MVL Valvula 3 ViasUploaded byxozepk
- Microorganisms in Drinking WaterUploaded byFederico Leon
- 4623fUploaded byante mitar
- Grice's Cooperative PrincipleUploaded by程文娟
- BAD Expo_2 Page BrochureUploaded byJulián Romero Pérez
- Dessler 03Uploaded byNico Hadinata
- Hotel Management SystemUploaded byAjay Chander R
- Worksheet 121 Classifying Sentences According to Structure.docUploaded byHamad Yahyã Salik
- API Oil SeparatorsUploaded byDiana Catalina Molano Bayona
- Critical P&ID ReviewUploaded bykhanasifalam