Analytic Geometry and Linear Algebra
Structure Type:  Course 
Code:  ITTP0304 
Type:  Compulsory 

Level:  Bachelor 
Credits:  2.0 points 
Responsible Teacher:  Mäkelä, Jarmo 

Language of Instruction:  Finnish 
Course Implementations, Planned Year of Study and Semester
Curriculum  Semester  Credits  Start of Semester  End of Semester 
ITT2010 
1 spring 
2.0 
20110105 
20110617 
ITT2011 
1 spring 
2.0 
20120109 
20120618 
ITT2012 
1 spring 
2.0 
20130105 
20130618 
ITT2013 
1 spring 
2.0 


TT2014V 
1 spring 
2.0 


TT2014 
1 spring 
2.0 


TT2015 
1 spring 
2.0 


TT2016V 
1 spring 
2.0 


Learning Outcomes
A student is made familiar with matrices, vectors, trigonometry, complex numbers and inequalities. She knows the rules of calculation of matrices, and she is able to calculate the determinant of a given square matrix. She learns to calculate the inverse of a square matrix, and to apply matrices and determinants for a solution of linear systems of equations. In trigonometry she is made familiar with the concept of radian, and she understands the connection between trigonometric functions and the coordinates of a point of a unit circle correponding to a given angle, together with the basic properties of trigonometric functions following from this connection. In vector calculus the sudent is made familiar with addition and substraction of vectors, together with a multiplication of a vector by a number and the component representation of a vector. In addition, the student learns the concepts of dot and cross products of vectors, and knows how to apply them in the solution of geometrical problems. The student is made familiar with complex numbers, and she can write a given complex number in a polar representation. Using the polar representation the student can multiply and divide complex numbers by each other, and to raise a complex number to a given power. The student learns to solve linear, quadratic and rational inequalities.
Student's Workload
The total amount of student's work is 54 h, which contains 22 h of scheduled contact studies. The assessment of student’s own learning 1 h is included in contact lessons.
Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses
Introduction to Technical Mathematics.
Contents
Matrices, determinats, and their appplications for the solution of linear systems of equations. Trigonometric functions defined by means of the coordinates of the points of a unit circle. The concept of radian. Basic properties of trogonometric functions, graphs of trigonometric functions, and trigonometric equations. Vectors, their component representation, and dot and cross products. Applications of vector calculus for a solution of simple geometric propblems. Complex numbers, their basic properties and the polar representation. Multiplication, division and powering of complx numbers in a polar representation. Linear, quadratic and rational inequatlities.
Recommended or Required Reading
Majaniemi: "Algebra I ja II" and "Geometria", Tietokotka Oy; the material prepared by the teacher.
Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
See the description of "Introduction to Technical Mathematics".
Assessment Criteria
Grade 5: The student is able to apply creatively the contents of the course.
Grade 3: The student is wellabled to utilize the course contents.
Grade 1: The student knows those subjects of the course, which are necessary for the forthcoming studies and working life.
Assessment Methods
See the description of "Introduction to Technical Mathematics".
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