# ML1000Engineering Mathematics11.0 credits

## Matematik för ingenjörer

First cycle

• #### Subject area

Techonology

A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

## Course offerings

### Autumn 12 for programme students

• #### Periods

Autumn 12 P1 (5.0 credits), P2 (6.0 credits)

51173
• #### Start date

2012 week: 34

2013 week: 1

Swedish
• #### Campus

KTH Södertälje

Daytime

Normal
• #### Number of places

No limitation
• #### Schedule

Schedule (new window)
• #### Course responsible

Håkan Carlqvist <hakanc@kth.se>
• #### Teacher

Håkan Carlqvist <hakanc@kth.se>
• #### Target group

Only for TIMAS year 1 and TITEH(MAS) year 1.

### Autumn 13 for programme students

• #### Periods

Autumn 13 P1 (5.0 credits), P2 (6.0 credits)

51064
• #### Start date

2013 week: 36

2014 week: 3

Swedish
• #### Campus

KTH Södertälje

Daytime

Normal
• #### Number of places

No limitation
• #### Schedule

Schedule (new window)
• #### Course responsible

Mikael Smedbäck <mikaelsm@kth.se>
• #### Teacher

Mikael Smedbäck <mikaelsm@kth.se>
Håkan Carlqvist <hakanc@kth.se>
• #### Target group

Compulsory for TIMAS year 1 and TITEH(TIMA) semester 2

## Learning outcomes

On completion of the course, the student shall be able to

• interpret and use the sum symbol and the binomial theorem, and calculate geometric and arithmetic sums.
• discuss the properties, domains and ranges of certain elementary functions, particularly exponential functions, logarithm functions and trigonometric functions and, where appropriate, determine inverses.
• calculate with complex numbers on both rectangular and polar form, including calculating with the complex exponential function.
• simplify expressions and solve equations by means of factorisation, power and logarithm laws and trigonometric relationships.
• define and interpret the following fundamental concepts: limit, continuity, derivative, integral, infinite series, matrix, determinant, vector, inner product, cross product, triple product, straight line, plane.
• use derivative in curve studies and to analyse differences.
• approximate functions with some precision with polynomial (by means of Taylor expansion).
• calculate simple limits.
• determine primitive functions by means of substitution of variables, partial integration and partial fraction decomposition of simple rational functions.
• calculate certain definite integrals by means of primitive functions.
• use integration methods to calculate areas and volumes.
• calculate generalised integrals and indicate whether they are convergent or divergent.
• apply standard methods for solving 1st and 2nd order ordinary differential equations of a simple type.
• solve and geometrically interpret systems of linear equations.
• interpret vectors and planes in space.
• use vector algebra to calculate projections, distances, areas and volumes.
• communicate mathematics in speech and writing.
• use a numerical mathematical calculation program, for example Matlab.

Complementary aims

On completion of the course, the student shall have

• achieved a study technique as a basis for successful learning in the mathematical, scientific and technical subjects.
• an understanding of how the tools of mathematics and

• Calculation with actual and complex numbers, absolute values, algebraic expressions, differences, equation solving.
• The binomial theorem, sums, products.
• Elementary functions: the natural logarithm function, exponential and power functions, trigonometric functions, the complex exponential function. Inverse functions.
• Differential and integral calculus in one variable with applications
• Simple ordinary differential equations
• Vectors and geometry in two and three dimensions. Matrices and determinants. Solving linear equation systems.

## Eligibility

General entry requirements and Mathematics D.

## Literature

Bok 1: Envariabelanalys, Lennerstad, Liber ISBN 978-91-47-05291-0
Bok 2: Linjär algebra från en geometrisk utgångspunkt, Lemurell, Studentlitteratur ISBN 978-91-44-06054-5

## Examination

• DÖVN - Computer Exercises, 1.0 credits, grade scale: A, B, C, D, E, FX, F
• TEN1 - Examination, 5.0 credits, grade scale: A, B, C, D, E, FX, F
• TEN2 - Examination, 5.0 credits, grade scale: A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

TEN1, Examination, Algebra and Geometry, possibly can continuous examination be offered.
TEN2, Examination, Alalysis, possibly can continuous examination be offered.
DÖVN, Computer Excercises, possibly can continuous examination be offered.

Approved exam, Algebra and Geometry,
approved exam, One Variable and
approved computer exercises.

Final grade is based on all parts of the examination.

## Offered by

ITM/Applied Mechanical Engineering

## Examiner

Håkan Carlqvist <hakanc@kth.se>

## Version

Course plan valid from: Autumn 11.
Examination information valid from: Autumn 11.