

Module code: E2101 

5V+2U (7 hours per week) 
8 
Semester: 1 
Mandatory course: yes 
Language of instruction:
German 
Assessment:
Written exam
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E2101 (P2110095) Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Bachelor, ASPO 01.10.2018
, semester 1, mandatory course, technical

105 class hours (= 78.75 clock hours) over a 15week period. The total student study time is 240 hours (equivalent to 8 ECTS credits). There are therefore 161.25 hours available for class preparation and followup work and exam preparation.

Recommended prerequisites (modules):
None.

Recommended as prerequisite for:
E2204 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 2
[updated 29.05.2024]

Module coordinator:
Prof. Dr. Gerald Kroisandt 
Lecturer: Dipl.Math. Kerstin Webel
[updated 14.10.2021]

Learning outcomes:
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to apply elementary, mathematical computing techniques to mathematical problems and solve sample tasks.
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Module content:
Principles of analysis and algebra, Sets, Set of real numbers, Inequations, Mathematical induction, Binomial theorem, Functions, Special functions, Basic terms and general properties, Sequences and limits, Limits and continuity of functions, Polynomial functions, Fractional rational functions, Power functions,Algebraic functions, Trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions, Exponential and logarithmic functions, Hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions, Linear algebra, Basic concepts of vector analysis, Vectors in a rectangular coordinate system, The dot product, The cross product, Normal vector, Multiple products of vectors, Linear systems of equations, Matrices, Addition and multiplication, Inverse determinants, Definition and properties, Rank of a linear system of equations, Gaussian elimination, Solution behavior, Cramer´s rule, Differential calculus I,The concept of derivation Basic rules of differentiation, The derivation of elementary functions, Derivation rules, Calculation of limits with L´Hospital, Integral calculus I, The indefinite integral, The definite integral, Applications of integral calculus in geometry
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Teaching methods/Media:
Board, overhead projector, beamer, lecture notes (planned)
[updated 08.01.2020]

Recommended or required reading:
[still undocumented]
