Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing the course the students will be able to:
- completely characterise real functions with one real variable (maxima, minima, asymptotes, intervals of
increasing, decreasing function values)
- compute limits of functions using theorems for limits and limits of indefinable forms
- compute derivatives of complex functions, do implicit differentiation of algebraic forms and of
functions expressed in parametric form
- solve problems that require applications of differentiation/extrema-finding in practical problems
- expand functions in Taylor series and use them to conduct approximations
- compute indefinite and definite integrals using theorems of integrations
- compute improper integrals using theorems for integrations and for computing limits of functions
- use integrals for solving practical problems (e.g. volumes of solids or rotation)
Course Content (Syllabus)
Differential Calculus - Functions of one variable (Real Functions of a real variable, the derivative and the differential of the function, applications of a derivative, study of the real functions using derivatives) - Integral Calculus - Functions of one variable (Indefinite integrals, the definite integral, improper integrals, approximate methods, applications of integrals).
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
Απειροστικός Λογισμός, R.L. Finney, M.D. Weir, F.R. Giordano, Εκδόσεις: ΙΤΕ/ΠΑΝ. ΕΚΔ. ΚΡΗΤΗΣ
Ανώτερα Μαθηματικά, Χ. Μωυσιάδης, Εκδόσεις: ΧΡΙΣΤΟΔΟΥΛΙΔΗ