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ANALISI MATEMATICA 1
MASSIMO GOBBINO
Anno accademico2016/17
CdSMATEMATICA
Codice561AA
CFU15
PeriodoAnnuale
LinguaItaliano
CdSMATEMATICA
Codice561AA
CFU15
PeriodoAnnuale
LinguaItaliano
Moduli  Settore/i  Tipo  Ore  Docente/i  
ANALISI MATEMATICA 1  MAT/05  LEZIONI  120 

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Learning outcomes
Knowledge
Student who completes the course successfully will be able to:
 use the definitions of limit as they apply to sequences, series, and functions,
 determine the continuity, differentiability, and integrability of functions defined on subsets of the real line,
 draw the approximate graph of a function,
 produce rigorous proofs of results that arise in the context of real analysis,
 write solutions to problems and proofs of theorems that meet rigorous standards based on content, organization and coherence, argument and support.
Special emphasis is placed on problem solving abilities and autonomous creative reasoning.
Assessment criteria of knowledge
In the multiple choice test (30 minutes, 16 questions) the student must demonstrate his/her knowledge of the basic course contents and prerequisites.
In the written exam (3 hours, 4 problems), the student must demonstrate his/her ability to approach and solve standard problems requiring the tools presented in the course. Solutions are presented in written form. Correctness and clarity of solutions will be assessed.
During the oral exam the student's ability to explain correctly the main topics presented during the course at the board will be assessed.
Methods:
 Final oral exam
 Final written exam
 Periodic written tests
Teaching methods
Delivery: face to face
Learning activities:
 attending lectures
 individual study
 group work
Attendance: Advised
Teaching methods:
 Lectures
Syllabus
Preliminaries: elementary logic, basic set theory, mathematical induction, elementary functions, real numbers.
Limits of sequences and functions. Numerical series.
Continuity and uniform continuity in one variable. Intermediate value theorem. Compactness and Weierstrass theorem.
Derivatives and differential calculus in one variable. Taylor expansion. Graphs of real functions.
Integrals and generalized integrals in one variable.
Basic differential equations.
Bibliography
Students are highly recommended to read the course notes (a printout of the lectures). Students are also highly recommended to work on the suggested exercises. Both the notes and the exercises can be easily downloaded from the teacher's home page.
Further reading:
E. Acerbi, G. Buttazzo, Primo corso di Analisi Matematica 1997, Pitagora Editrice Bologna, ISBN 8837109423.
P. Marcellini, C. Sbordone; Analisi Matematica uno; Liguori Editore.
Ultimo aggiornamento 14/11/2016 17:27