Lecturer(s)


Tesař Jiří, doc. PaedDr. Ph.D.

Blažek Josef, doc. RNDr. CSc.

Course content

1. Systems of linear equations and their application in physics 2. Vectors and their application in physics 3. Differential calculus of one variable function  elementary function 4. Limits of functions 5. Function derivation 6. Function derivation and its application in physics 7. Indefinite integral  introducing, calculations 8. Definite integral  introducing, calculations 9. Definite integral and its application in physics 10. Differential calculus of two and more variables functions  elementary phenomena 11. Noncarthesian coordinate systems 12. Integral calculus of functions of two and more variables  elementary phenomena 13. Double and triple integral and its application in physics 14. Differential equations and their application in physics

Learning activities and teaching methods

Monologic (reading, lecture, briefing)

Learning outcomes

Elementary mathematical phenomena, operations and their applications in the field of technical physics  vector algebra, one argument mathematical functions  differential and integral calculus, two and more argument functions, differential equations.
Application of mathematic system in quantitative description of physical processes.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of mathematic system on secondary school level.

Assessment methods and criteria

Combined exam
An active knowledge of the subject matter as presented by the teaching plan of the course.

Recommended literature


Grega  Kluvanec  Rajčan:. Matematika pre fyzikov. Bratislava, SPN, 1974.

Kopáček:. Matematika pro fyziky I.  IV.. Praha, SPN, 1979.

Tesař, J.:. Sbírka úloh z matematiky pro fyziky. České Budějovice, PF JU, 1995.

Ungerman a kol.:. Matematika pro posluchače fyziky na PF. Praha, SPN, 1973.
