Provide students with the basic knowledge of Differential and Integral Calculus in real as well as of the essential concepts in the study of flat curves and basic differential equations. Students are expected to acquire knowledge of the concepts that allow them to assess the range and limitations of the subjects that are studied and their applications.
Competences in analysis and summary.
Competences in organization and planning.
Competences in oral and written communication.
Competences to solve problems.
Competences in critical thinking.
Competences in autonomous learning.
Competences to apply the theoretical knowledge in practice.
Competences in self-criticism and self- assessment.
Real functions of a real variable.
Limit, continuity and derivative.
Definite integral and applications.
First Order Differential Equations: separable and linear variables.
Parametric equations and polar coordinates (includes curves study).
Mathematics of the 12th year of high school.
Generic skills to reach
. Competence in analysis and synthesis; . Competence to solve problems; . Critical thinking; . Competence in autonomous learning; . Competence in organization and planning; . Competence in oral and written communication; . Competence in applying theoretical knowledge in practice; . Self-criticism and self-evaluation; (by decreasing order of importance)
Teaching hours per semester
total of teaching hours
assessment implementation in 20132014 Assessment Problem solving ? 0% to 50%. Mini-tests ? 0% to 50%. Midterm test ? 0% to 100%. Exam ? 0% to 100%.: 100.0%
Bibliography of reference
STEWART, J. (2001). Cálculo. 4ª ed. São Paulo: Pioneira. Vol 1 e Vol.2.
CARVALHO e SILVA, J. (1994). Princípos de Análise Matemática Aplicada. Lisboa: McGraw-Hill.
FERREIRA, Campos J. (1993). Introdução à Análise Matemática. Fund. Calouste Gulbkenkian.
In the theoretical classes the essential concepts will be presented. The theoretical and practical classes are intended to solve problems under the supervision of the teacher. The autonomous resolution of problems will be encouraged. As far as the theoretical lecturing is concerned, a strong interaction will be prevailed, as much as possible, between the concepts and their concrete application, giving a central role to the visualization and analysis of specific situations before carrying out a gradual abstraction of the notions to be presented.