Courses Bachelor Display 2017-2018
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|Course title||Analysis II|
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|Language of instruction||English|
Learn the concepts and techniques in the field of integral calculus that are prerequisite for 'probability theory', '(applied) statistics', 'mathematical economics' and 'operations research'.
Can check the topological properties of a subset of the plane.
Know how to prove that a function of two variables is continuous.
Be able to apply the Implicit Function of Theorem.
Know how to prove that a function of two variables has a directional derivative or is (totally) differentiable.
Learn to solve constrained and unconstrained optimisation problems.
Functions of more than one variable, series, multiple integrals, integral calculus of functions of one variable.
- Differential calculus for functions of one variable (as, for instance, in the course Analysis 1).
- Elementary linear algebra (as, for instance, in the course Linear Algebra).
An advanced level of English.
|Teaching methods||Lecture / Assignment|
|Assessment methods||Written Exam|
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