Mathematics 2

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ECTS points:


Course number:
24094; 24119; 239337; 239475

Course Description


  • Problem of area calculation and connection with the definite integral
  • Properties of the definite integral
  • The notions of primitive function and indefinite integral. Direct integration
  • The methods of substitution and integration by parts
  • Integration of some classes of functions (rational functions, trigonometric expression, irrational expressions)
  • Integral mean value theorem. Newton-Leibniz formula
  • Substitution and integration by parts in the definite integral
  • Application of the definite integral. Area of planar figures, arc length, volume of rotational bodies
  • Vectors in space. Linear combinations and linear independence
  • Scalar and vector products of vectors. Application
  • Planes and lines in space
  • Higher-order partial derivatives. Schwarz’s theorem
  • Differentials and approximation
  • Local extrema and optimization problems
  • Differentiation of compounded multi-variable functions. Chain rule
  • Ordinary differential equations of the first order. Separation of variables
  • Homogenous differential equations
  • Linear and Bernoulli’s differential equation. Exact differential equations
  • Order reduction for some second order differential equations
  • Linear differential equations of the second order with constant coefficients


  • use elementary methods of integral calculus, and relate the notion of the definite and indefinite integral
  • recognize ways in which the definite integral arises
  • apply integral calculus in calculation of area, arc length and volume
  • calculate partial derivatives and approximate function value by using differentials
  • apply differential calculus in various optimization problems
  • solve first and second order differential equations and recognize basic models of differential equations
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