Goal:Acquiring the necessary mathematical knowledge for professional subjects in the field of electrical engineering, expanding mathematical education, developing creative thinking and creating a basis for understanding quantitative relationships among phenomena.
Outcome:Students will be able to solve complex mathematical problems related to the application of modern mathematical methods in the field of electrical engineering.
Contents of the course
Determinants, characteristics, and calculation.
The notion of matrix, properties, and operations. Inverse matrix. Matrix rank.
Methods for solving the system of linear equations.
Domain of function, zeros and sign of function, y-axis cross-section, parity and periodicity.
Concept and calculation of the limit value of a function. Function asymptotes (vertical, horizontal, slant).
Derivatives and differentials of function. Flatness and convexity of function.
Basic Derivative Theorems: L'Hospital Rule, Taylor and MacLauren polynomial. Geometric interpretation of the derivative.
Testing the flow and sketching graphics of the function.
Undetermined and determined integrals - basic properties and calculation.
Integral of rational functions and integrals that are reduced to the integral of rational functions.