Course Details

# Mathematics III

Academic Year 2022/23

GA05 course is part of 2 study plans

B-P-C-GK Winter Semester 1st year

B-K-C-GK Winter Semester 1st year

Double and triple integral and their applications. Transformations of double and triple integrals.

Curve integrals in scalar and vector fields, basic properties ans calculation. Independence of the curve integral of the path of integration. Green`s Theorem.

Ordinary differential equations (DE) of the first order, existence and uniqueness of the solution. DE with separable variables, homogeneous, linear and exact DE. Orthogonal and isogonal trajectories, envelope of the family of curves. Linear DE of n-th order, general solution, basic properties of solutions. Linear DE with constant coefficients.

Course Guarantor

Institute

Objective

After the course the students should get acquainted with double and triple integrals and their basic applications, calculate such integrals using the Fubini theorems and standard transformations.

They should learn the basics of line integrals in scalar and vector fields and their aplications. They should know how to calculate simple line integrals.

They should be acquainted with selected first-order differential equations (DE) focussing on problems of existence and uniqueness of their solutions, know how to find analytical solutions to separated, linear, 1st-order homogeneous, exact DE's, calculate non-homogeneous linear nth-order DE's with a special right-hand side and using the variation of constants method. They should understand the structure of solutions of nth-order non-homogeneous linear DE's with issues of orthogonal and isogonal trajectories.

Knowledge

Students will achieve the subject's main objectives. Knowledge of double and triple integrals, their calculation and application. Knowledge of curvilinear integral in a scalar and vector field, their calculation and application. Knowledge of basic facts on existence, uniqueness and analytical methods of solutions on selected first-order differential equations and nth-order linear differential equations.

Syllabus

1. Definition of double and triple integrals their basic properties. Calculation of double integrals.

2. Transformations of double integrals. Physical and geometric applications of double integrals.

3. Calculation and transformations of triple integrals.

4. Physical and geometric applications of triple integrals.

5. Curvilinear integral in a scalar field and its applications.

6. Vector field. Divergence and rotation of a vector field. Curvilinear integral in a vector field and its applications.

7. Independence of a curvilinear integral on the integration path.

8. Green`s theorem and its application.

9. Basics of ordinary differential equations. First order differential equations - separable, homogeneous.

10. First order differential equations - linear, exact equations. Orthogonal and isogonal trajectories.

11. Structure of the set of solutions to an n-th order linear differential equation. Linear independence of solutions, Wronskian.

12. Homogeneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Solutions to non-homogeneous linear differential equations.

13. Solutions to non-homogeneous linear differential equations. Variation-of-constants method.

Prerequisites

Basics of calculus of one- and more-functions. The basics of linear algebra as taught in the introductory courses.

Basics of integral calculus of functions of one variable and the basic interpretations.

Language of instruction

Czech

Credits

5 credits

Semester

winter

Forms and criteria of assessment

course-unit credit and examination

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Offered to foreign students

Not to offer

Course on BUT site

Lecture

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, elective

Syllabus

1. Definition of double and triple integrals their basic properties. Calculation of double integrals.

2. Transformations of double integrals. Physical and geometric applications of double integrals.

3. Calculation and transformations of triple integrals.

4. Physical and geometric applications of triple integrals.

5. Curvilinear integral in a scalar field and its applications.

6. Vector field. Divergence and rotation of a vector field. Curvilinear integral in a vector field and its applications.

7. Independence of a curvilinear integral on the integration path.

8. Green`s theorem and its application.

9. Basics of ordinary differential equations. First order differential equations - separable, homogeneous.

10. First order differential equations - linear, exact equations. Orthogonal and isogonal trajectories.

11. Structure of the set of solutions to an n-th order linear differential equation. Linear independence of solutions, Wronskian.

12. Homogeneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Solutions to non-homogeneous linear differential equations.

13. Solutions to non-homogeneous linear differential equations. Variation-of-constants method.

Exercise

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, compulsory

Syllabus

1. Basic properties of double and triple integrals. Calculation of double integrals.

2. Transformations of double integrals. Physical and geometric applications of double integrals.

3. Calculation and transformations of triple integrals.

4. Physical and geometric applications of triple integrals.

5. Curvilinear integral in a scalar field and its applications.

6. Vector field. Divergence and rotation of a vector field. Curvilinear integral in a vector field and its applications.

7. Independence of a curvilinear integral on the integration path.

8. Green`s theorem and its application.

9. First order differential equations - separable, homogeneous.

10. First order differential equations - linear, exact equations. Orthogonal and isogonal trajectories.

11. Homogeneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients.

12. Solutions to non-homogeneous linear differential equations.

13. Variation-of-constants method. Seminar evaluation.