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2024S, UE, 2.0h, 3.0EC

## Properties

• Semester hours: 2.0
• Credits: 3.0
• Type: UE Exercise
• Format: Presence

## Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to:

• Define terminology and be able to reproduce mathematical sentences.
• To be able to carry out and classify methods and concepts of the content-related sub-areas in such a way that tasks can be worked on in the associated exercises and the examination.
• To use theorems and methods for the calculation of typical examples from the subject areas and to modify and apply them for the specific task.
• Establishing relationships between the subject areas of the course and any previous school knowledge.
• Draw mathematically sound conclusions in the thematic areas instead of performing lengthy calculations.

## Subject of course

• Real and complex numbers
• Vector calculation and geometry
• Limits and convergence, sequences of numbers
• Real functions and continuity
• Differential and integral calculus in one variable
• Application of differential and integral calculus
• Matrices and linear systems of equations
• Determinants, scalar product and orthogonality

## Teaching methods

The course is assessment-based, meaning that assessment is an integral part of the course:

• There will be in-person exercises where prepared exercise problems will be randomly solved.
• A short test will be conducted at the end of each exercise session.

These assessments aim to evaluate your understanding and progress in the course.

## Mode of examination

Immanent

This exercise class can be credited towards the following Bachelor degree programs:

## Course dates

DayTimeDateLocationDescription
Fri10:00 - 13:0003.05.2024Sem.R. DA grün 05 Ersatztermin Übung

## Examination modalities

Alle Details werden in der Vorbesprechung der zugehörigen Vorlesung (=1. Veranstaltung der VO) erörtert. In den UE besteht Anwesenheitspflicht!

## Group dates

GroupDayTimeDateLocationDescription
Gruppe ATue14:00 - 17:0012.03.2024 - 25.06.2024Sem.R. DA grün 06A 101.A02 Higher Mathematics 1 for Summer Semester Entrants Gruppe A
Gruppe BTue15:00 - 18:0005.03.2024 - 25.06.2024Sem.R. DB gelb 07 101.A02 Higher Mathematics 1 for Summer Semester Entrants Gruppe B
Gruppe CTue14:00 - 17:0005.03.2024 - 25.06.2024Sem.R. DB gelb 09 101.A02 Higher Mathematics 1 for Summer Semester Entrants Gruppe C
Gruppe DWed11:00 - 14:0006.03.2024 - 26.06.2024Sem.R. DA grün 06A 101.A02 Higher Mathematics 1 for Summer Semester Entrants Gruppe D
Gruppe EWed11:00 - 14:0006.03.2024 - 26.06.2024Sem.R. DA grün 03 B 101.A02 Higher Mathematics 1 for Summer Semester Entrants Gruppe E
HM ErsatzgruppeThu11:00 - 14:0007.03.2024 - 27.06.2024Sem.R. DA grün 03 B 101.A02 Higher Mathematics 1 for Summer Semester Entrants HM Ersatzgruppe

## Course registration

Use Group Registration to register.

## Group Registration

GroupRegistration FromTo
Gruppe A01.03.2024 10:0010.03.2024 23:59
Gruppe B01.03.2024 10:0010.03.2024 23:59
Gruppe C01.03.2024 10:0010.03.2024 23:59
Gruppe D01.03.2024 10:0010.03.2024 23:59
Gruppe E01.03.2024 10:0010.03.2024 23:59
HM Ersatzgruppe01.03.2024 10:0028.03.2024 23:59

## Curricula

Study CodeObligationSemesterPrecon.Info
033 235 Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Mandatory1. Semester
Course belongs to the introductory and orientation phase ("Studieneingangs- und Orientierungsphase")
ALG For all Students Mandatory

## Literature

No lecture notes are available.

## Previous knowledge

A strong command of the computational techniques of secondary school mathematics (upper level of general education schools or equivalent vocational schools) is required. To refresh and compensate for any deficiencies, the Mathematics Bridging Course at TU Wien is explicitly recommended (see preceding courses). While some of these topics will be briefly reviewed in the course, they are primarily assumed to be known.

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