Päivi Porras
Päivi Porras
All material is in moodle.
All lecturing material and exercises are open in moodle, so this course is meant to be studied at your own pace. There is one lecture at the beginning of the course, when main aspects are mentioned. There is a so called reception time once a month, but no actual lecturing. The course is completed with moodle exercises and with an exam at the end of the course. Lecturing material and exercises are in English, but the teacher may also speak in Finnish occasionally. This course is highly recommended, if you are planning mastering your diploma.
Grade is determined as a sum of exercise packages (max. 24 points) and scores of the test (max. 24 points). More detailed information is given in moodle.
05.09.2022 - 16.12.2022
15.08.2022 - 04.09.2022
Enrolment in Peppi http://peppi.lab.fi. If you need assistance, please contact the student office.
Faculty of Technology (LAB)
Päivi Porras
The basic knowledge required for attending this course is Technical mathematics 2 or corresponding knowledge in derivation of polynomial functions.
Complementary competence and optional courses, Bachelors
E-campus
3 credits
1-5
Vastaanottotunti on perjantaisin 9.9.2022 alkaen kerran kuukaudessa klo 14.00 - 15.30. (not translated)
Derivation of exponential and logarithmic functions Derivation of trigonometric and arcus functions Applying derivation in engineering Basics of integrals Integrals of trigonometric, arc functions, exponential functions and logarithmic functions Applying integrals in engineering First and second order differential equations
A student cannot solve mechanical exercises well enough. Less than 33% of maximum scores.
A student knows methods for geometry in plain and for vectors in plain and can solve simple mechanical exercises.
A student understands requirements of geometry and vectors in plain and is able to apply them in some extent in engineering problems. At least 57% of maximum scores.
A student masters geometry and vectors in plain and is able to analyze engineering problems. At least 83 % of maximum scores.