Mathematics II

Credits
7.5
Types
Compulsory
Requirements
This subject has not requirements, but it has got previous capacities
Department
MAT
The overall objective of the course is that at the end of the course, students are able to know and master, from the point of view of users, the concepts and fundamental techniques of mathematical calculus. More specifically, the course focuses on the understanding and use of the concept of function of a single and several variables.

Teachers

Person in charge

  • Mónica Sanchez Soler ( )

Others

  • Andreu Bellés Roca ( )
  • Anna Rio Doval ( )
  • Arnau Messegué Buisan ( )
  • Eloy Cabezas Cardenas ( )
  • Fernando Martínez Sáez ( )
  • Guillem Sala Fernandez ( )
  • Guillermo González Casado ( )
  • Miguel Angel Andreu Barrieras ( )
  • Montserrat Maureso Sánchez ( )
  • Natalia Sadovskaia Nurimanova ( )
  • Santiago Molina Blanco ( )

Weekly hours

Theory
3
Problems
0
Laboratory
2
Guided learning
0.5
Autonomous learning
7

Competences

Technical Competences

Common technical competencies

  • CT1 - To demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of essential facts, concepts, principles and theories related to informatics and their disciplines of reference.
    • CT1.2A - To interpret, select and value concepts, theories, uses and technological developments related to computer science and its application derived from the needed fundamentals of mathematics, statistics and physics. Capacity to solve the mathematical problems presented in engineering. Talent to apply the knowledge about: algebra, differential and integral calculus and numeric methods; statistics and optimization.
    • CT1.2C - To use properly theories, procedures and tools in the professional development of the informatics engineering in all its fields (specification, design, implementation, deployment and products evaluation) demonstrating the comprehension of the adopted compromises in the design decisions.

Transversal Competences

Autonomous learning

  • G7 [Avaluable] - To detect deficiencies in the own knowledge and overcome them through critical reflection and choosing the best actuation to extend this knowledge. Capacity for learning new methods and technologies, and versatility to adapt oneself to new situations.
    • G7.1 - Directed learning: perform the assigned tasks in the planned time, working with the indicated information sources according to the guidelines of the teacher or tutor. To identify the progress and accomplishment grade of the learning goals. To identify strong and weak points.

Objectives

  1. Understand real numbers and their properties.Solve linear equations and inequalities, with quadratic and / or absolute values.
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A, CT1.2C,
  2. Understand the basic concept of sequences, calculate the limits of sequences and identify between convergent, divergent and oscillating sequences.
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A, CT1.2C,
  3. Understand the basic theorems for continuous functions of one variable and know how to apply them to problems such as finding zeros for functions.
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A, CT1.2C,
  4. Understand the basic theorems of differentiable functions of one variable and understand and know how to use Taylor polynomial approximations
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A, CT1.2C,
  5. Understand the basic concepts of the integration of functions of one variable: geometric interpretation, calculation of areas, approximate calculation of definite integrals, etc.
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A, CT1.2C,
  6. Understand the basic concepts of topologies in R^n.
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A,
  7. Work with functions of several variables.
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A, CT1.2C,
  8. Understand and know how to interpret the concepts of directional derivative, partial derivative and gradient vector.
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A, CT1.2C,
  9. Locate and classify outliers in a function with several variables in a domain.
    Related competences: G7.1, CT1.2A, CT1.2C,

Contents

  1. Real numbers
    Axiomatic introduction to real numbers. Absolute value of a number. Real number intervals.
  2. Numerical sequences
    Definitions. Convergent, divergent and oscillating sequences. Convergence criteria. Recurring sequences. Monotone sequences. Monotone convergence theorem.
  3. Theorems for continuous functions of one variable
    Definitions. Sign theorem. Bolzano's theorem. Weierstrass theorem. Mean value theorem. Bisection and secant methods approximating zero in functions.
  4. Theorems for derivatives of functions of one variable
    Definitions. Rolle's theorem. Lagrange theorem. Cauchy's theorem. L'Hôpital's rule. Iterative methods for approximating zero in functions. Newton-Raphson method.
  5. Taylor formula for functions of one variable
    Taylor polynomial. Lagrange remainder formula. Error propagation formula. Using Taylor polynomials and bounding error.
  6. Fundamental theorem of integral calculus
    Definitions. Riemann integral. Fundamental theorem of calculus. Barrow's rule. Definite integrals: areas and volumes. Approximated integrals: Trapezoidal rule and Simpson's rule.
  7. Functions of several variables
    Basic definitions of topology. Functions of several variables: domain, graphics, level sets, geometric interpretation. Continuous functions.
  8. Partial and directional derivatives. Gradient vectors
    Directional derivatives. Partial derivatives. Gradient vectors. Geometric interpretation. Planes tangent to a surface.
  9. Taylor polynomials in several variables.
    Higher order partial derivatives. Hessian matrix. Taylor polynomial. Lagrange remainder formula.
  10. Optimization of functions of several variables
    Definitions. Weierstrass theorem. Lagrange multiplier method. Outlier calculation: relative, conditional and absolute.

Activities

Activity Evaluation act


Real numbers


Objectives: 1
Contents:
Theory
3h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
2h
Guided learning
0h
Autonomous learning
8h

Numerical successions


Objectives: 2
Contents:
Theory
3h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
4h
Guided learning
0h
Autonomous learning
12h

Theory
9h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
6h
Guided learning
0h
Autonomous learning
18h

Fundamental theorem of integral calculus


Objectives: 5
Contents:
Theory
6h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
4h
Guided learning
0h
Autonomous learning
12h

Theory
8h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
4h
Guided learning
0h
Autonomous learning
16h

Theory
10h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
6h
Guided learning
0h
Autonomous learning
16h


Mid-semester exam (P1)

Exercise-based open-answer exam on learning objectives 1 to 5, referring to content for topics 1 to 6.
Objectives: 1 2 3 4 5
Week: 9 (Outside class hours)
Type: theory exam
Theory
0h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
0h
Guided learning
1h
Autonomous learning
6h

Workshop

Exercise-based open-answer exam on all the learning objectives of the course referring to the problem-solving workshop session content (blackboard and computer classrooms).
Objectives: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 7
Week: 14
Type: lab exam
Theory
0h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
2h
Guided learning
0h
Autonomous learning
5h

Final examination

Exercise-based open-answer exam on all learning objectives referring to content for topics 1 to 10.
Objectives: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 7
Week: 15 (Outside class hours)
Type: final exam
Theory
0h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
0h
Guided learning
3h
Autonomous learning
12h

End-semester exam (P2)

Exercise-based open-answer exam on learning objectives 6 to 9, referring to content for topics 7 to 10.
Objectives: 6 8 9 7
Week: 14 (Outside class hours)
Type: problems exam
Theory
0h
Problems
0h
Laboratory
0h
Guided learning
1h
Autonomous learning
6h

Teaching methodology

Theory classes:
- lectures developing the theoretical aspects of the subject.
- lectures and participatory classes aimed at applying theory to problems.


Workshop/laboratory classes:
- participatory workshop sessions in which students solve problems in groups or individually.
- participatory laboratory sessions in which students complete problems individually or in groups using mathematical software.

Evaluation methodology

Technical and transferable competencies account for 80% and 20% of the subject, respectively. The transferable competency mark will be calculated on the basis of workshop/laboratory class and Atenea activities.

- Workshop mark (T): it represents 20% of the note and evaluates the student's performance and achievement of objectives in workshop / laboratory sessions and Atenea.
- Mark of the mid-semester exam (P1): it represents 40% of the note and corresponds to Calculus in 1 variable.
- Mark of the end-semester exam (P2): it represents 40% of the note and corresponds to the Calculus in several variables.
- Final exam (F): This exam is used to pass the subject to students who have not passed by course.


The final mark is calculated as:

Note = 0.2 * T + max (0.8 * F, 0.4 * P1 + 0.4 * P2)

Bibliography

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Complementary:

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Previous capacities

Students are expected be competent in mathematics to upper secondary level.

Addendum

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Teaching methodology

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Evaluation methodology

NF=max(0.2*T+0.3*P+0.5*F, 0.2*T+0.8*F) on NF - nota final del curs; T - nota de taller; P - nota de l'examen parcial; F - nota de l'examen final.

Contingency plan

En la mesura del possible, cada professor seguirà donant les seves classes de forma telemàtica, aplicant el que s'ha après durant el Q2 de el curs 2019-20.