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Title: Algebra liniowa 1 Przykłady i zadania. Author: Teresa Jurlewicz, Zbigniew Skoczylas. This PDF document. Algebra Liniowa 2 – Przykłady I Zadania, Jurlewicz, Skoczylas, Gis 2° Algebra. Descripción: modulo de algebra de segundo de secundaria. Wydawnicza GiS, Wrocław [6] T. Jurlewicz, Z. Skoczylas, Algebra liniowa 1. Przykłady i zadania, Oficyna Wydawnicza GiS,. Wrocław [7] M. Gewert.

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The positive evaluation of the two colloquia is a prerequisite for admission to the test. The analytic geometry in space, vectors in space, scalar product, vector product and mixed product, equations of lines and planes, the relative position of lines and planes. Basis of linear space. The name of the coordinator: Basic requirements in category skills: The positive evaluation of the test is a prerequisite to get the final grade.

The final linipwa is the weighted mean of zadana of the exercises with weight 2 and the exam with weight 1rounded to the obligatory scale with restriction that student have passed both the exercises and the exam. The greatest common divisor.

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Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry. The grade from the exercises is the arythmetic mean of the grades of module outcomes rounded to the obligatory scale. Basic requirements in category knowledge: Differential equations and their applications.

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Course descriptions are protected by copyright. To acquaint students with the construction of complex field, various forms of complex number and fundamental theorem of algebra.

It ends with an exam. Additional information registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classesmight be available in the USOSweb system:.

Classes, 15 hours more information Lecture, 15 hours more information. Student is obliged to pass each module defined for the course.

Definicje, twierdzenia, wzory; [5] Mostowski A. The name of the faculty organization unit: Equations of plane and line.

T. Jurlewicz, Z. Skoczylas – Algebra Liniowa 2 – Definicje, Twierdzenia, Wzory.pdf

The preparation for a test: The purpose of this course is to present basic concepts and facts from number theory and algebra of fundamental importance in the further education of information technology – including issues relating to divisibility, modular arithmetic, matrix calculus and analytic geometry.

Elements of differential calculus.

The contact details of the coordinator: Basic knowledge of mathematics at a high school level. Skooczylas teach students the ability to use matrix algebra and to solve systems of linear equations. In special cases, the assessment may be increased by half a degree.

The evaluation of the lecture is the praykady of a multiple-choice test to check the learning outcomes in terms of: In terms of skills: You are not logged in log in.


Assessment methods and assessment criteria:. Surfaces and curves of second degree.

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Lniiowa outcomes In terms of knowledge: Derivative of the function. Production Engineering and Management. Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science. Knowledge of mathematics at secondary school level. Systems of linear equations, Cramer’s system, Cramer’s Theorem, solvability of a system of linear equations, Theorem of Kronecker-Capelli, the elimination method of Gauss.

Ability to use basic mathematical tools at a high school level.

To familiarize students with eliptic curves and the basic notions of the analytic geometry in space. The student can find information in literature, databases and other data sources; is able to integrate the obtained information, interpret it as well as conclude, formulate pdzykady justify opinions.

Student’s activity during tutorials can raise the grade. Analytical Geometry in plane and space. In terms of social competences: Lecture, discussion, working in groups, heuristic talk, directed reasoning, self-study.