Lecturer(s)


Course content

Lectures: A  Linear algebra 1. Arithmetic ndimensional vector space, linear dependence/ independence of vectors, basis and dimension of a vector space. Scalar product and orthogonality of vectors. 2. Matrix algebra (addition, scalar multiple, matrix multiplication), rank of a matrix. 3. Determinant, definition and calculation. Matrix inverse. 4. Systems of linear algebraic equations, solvability, Frobenius theorem. Gaussian elimination. Cramer's rule. B  Introduction to differential calculus 5. Real function of one real variable (domain, rank, graph), basic properties of functions and defined operations, review of elementary functions. 6. Limit and continuity of a function, onesided limits, limit of a function at +/ infinity. Properties of continuous functions. 7. Derivative, geometric interpretation, tangent line of a function graph, differentiation rules, higher order derivatives, L' Hospital's rule. 8. Function investigation. Critical points, intervals of monotonicity, local and global extremes. 9. Convexity and concavity of function, inflex points. Function asymptotes. Examples. C  Introduction to integral calculus 10. Primitive function and indefinite integral. Integration methods (integration by parts, method of substitution), simple examples of applications of the methods. 11. Integration by partial fractions and examples. 12. Riemann integral. Applications of Riemann integral in geometry and physics. 13. Summary. 14. Reserve.

Learning activities and teaching methods

Monological explanation (lecture, presentation,briefing)
 Class attendance
 56 hours per semester

Learning outcomes

A. Introduction to linear algebra  vector spaces and matrix algebra, solving linear systems of algebraic equations. B. Introduction to diferential calculus of real functions of one real variable  function properties, continuity, limit, derivative, and applications. C. Introduction to Integral calculus  indefinite integral, Riemann integral, and application.
A  Linear algebra  arithmetic vectors and properties, matrices and operation with them, systems of linear algebraic equations, their solvability and solution, determinants and calculations. B  Introduction to differential calculus  functions of one real variable, application of derivatives to investigation of function properties. C  Introduction to integral calculus  calculation of indefinite integrals using basic rules and methods, calculation of definite integrals.

Prerequisites

High school level knowledge of mathematics

Assessment methods and criteria

Combined examination
Activity in seminars, 3 tests

Recommended literature


Blažek, J.:. Algebra a teoretická aritmetika. Praha, SPN, 1983. ISBN 1451483.

Dlouhý, Z. a kol.:. Úvod do matematické analýzy. Praha SPN, 1965. ISBN 1691565.

Kračmar, S.  Neustupa, J.:. Sbírka příkladů z matematiky 1. [Skriptum ČVUT, FS]. Praha, 2000.

Nekvinda, M.  Vild J.:. Matematické oříšky I. Liberec TU, 2000.

Nekvinda, M.:. Matematika I. Liberec TU, 1999.

Neustupa, J.:. Matematika 1. [Skriptum ČVUT, FS]. Praha, 2000.
