Student understands the basic concepts of differential calculus and is able to solve simple applications that are similar to the model problems solved during the course.
In addition, student is able to apply the methods of differential calculus in various problems and is able to explain the methods of her/his solutions.
In addition, student has an overall understanding of using differential calculus to solve applications and the ability to present and justify the chosen methods of solution.
Jukka Suominen
All material, theory and exercises, can be found in TuniMoodle. If necessary, a student can use math books he/she has used before and the Internet to search more information about the topics. A student can borrow books in TAMK library. The solutions for the some homework will be published in TuniMoodle after every deadline.
Distance lessons, exercises, self-study, videos, homework, exam.
A student solves exercises and saves them in TuniMoodle by given dead-lines.
The final grade is based on the exam and the homework. A homework package is given weekly (approximately 8 packages). One point is given for every submitted homework package in Moodle. Homework packages are not accepted by email. The maximum points for the test is 42 points. The homework and the test together give the maximum of 50 points. The grade is based on the following table
12,5 points -> grade 1
20 points -> grade 2
27,5 points -> grade 3
35 points -> grade 4
42,5 points -> grade 5
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10.01.2022 - 27.02.2022
02.12.2021 - 09.01.2022
3 cr
21IENVE
Jukka Suominen
TAMK Mathematics and Physics
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Environmental Engineering, Open University of Applied Sciences
TAMK Main Campus
0-5
The exam will be held on Monday, 7th of March at 14.15-17.00 at TAMK.
Two re-sit exams, the first one on Monday, 28th of March 2022 and the second one on Thursday, 14th of April 2022.
A student is expected to student 27 hours / credit unit (81 hours / 3 credit units).
Topics are shown in TuniMoodle.