## The course is included in these curricula and study modules

- Industrial management 2005 (native finnish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Industrial management 2005 (native swedish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Industrial management 2005 (international students) - Mathematics
- Industrial management 2004 (international students) - Mathematics
- Industrial management 2004 (native finnish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Industrial management 2004 (native swedish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Industrial management 2006 (native finnish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Industrial management 2006 (native swedish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Industrial management 2006 (international students) - Mathematics
- Plastics technology 2007 (international students) - Mathematics
- Plastics technology 2007 (native finnish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Plastics technology 2007 (native swedish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Plastics technology 2008 (international students) - Mathematics
- Plastics technology 2008 (native finnish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Plastics technology 2008 (native swedish speaking students) - Mathematics
- Plastics technology 2009 - Mathematics and physics
- Plastics technology 2010 - Mathematics and physics
- Plastics technology 2011 - Mathematics and physics
- Plastics technology 2012 - Mathematics, physics and chemistry
- Plastics technology 2013 - Mathematics and chemistry
- Materials processing technology 2016 - Mathematics and mechanics
- Materials processing technology 2017 - Mathematics and mechanics
- Materials processing technology 2018 - Mathematics and mechanics
- Materials processing technology 2014 - Basic studies
- Materials processing technology 2015 - Basic studies
- Materials processing technology 2016 - Mathematics and mechanics
- Materials processing technology 2017 - Mathematics and mechanics
- Materials processing technology 2018 - Mathematics and mechanics

## Level/category

## Teaching language

English

## Type of course

Compulsory

## Cycle/level of course

First

## Recommended year of study

1

## Total number of ECTS

5 cr

## Competency aims

The aim of the course is to build up a

mathematical basis for further studies in algebra.

## Learning outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course the

student is expected to:

- be able to deal with real and complex numbers

- know elementary functions and their graphs

- be able to solve equations, inequalities and

systems of equations

- be able to apply basic concepts of linear

algebra, including vector and matrix algebra

## Course contents

-Real and Complex Numbers

-Functions and their graphs

-Equations and Inequalities

-Linear and Quadratic Equations (Applications)

-Elementary Functions

-Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

-Trigonometric Functions

Linear Algebra (Matrices and applications)

- matrices and determinants

- applications on systems of linear equations

Arithmetic sequences

vectoralgebra

## Recommended or required reading

Course text book:

lecture notes and exercises

Thomas, George B., Jr., Finney, Ross L., Calculus

and

Analytic Geometry, 9th edition, Addison Wesley

Reference literature:

College Mathematics with Technology. Raymond A.

Barnett, Michael R. Ziegler. Prentice-Hall

## Study activities

- Lectures - 65 hours
- Individual- and group instruction - 50 hours
- Practical exercises - 20 hours

## Workload

- Total workload of the course: 135 hours
- Of which autonomous studies: 135 hours
- Of which scheduled studies: 0 hours

## Mode of Delivery

Participation in tuition

## Assessment methods

Exams (written-, oral-, home-)

## Assessment requirements

Examination 100% (3 deltenter)

## Teacher

Herrman Rene

## Examiner

Herrmann Rene

## Home page of the course

## Group size

No limit

## Assignments valid until

Until date 2018-08-31

## Assessment methods

Date of examination will be announced later - Exams