Paper, print media and biomaterials
The objective is to review deeply the main 6 chapters which are the foundations of the basic knowledge in mathematics for any Pagora engineer who could face the reading of either a scientific or a technological article which will use the mathematics as a tool of description. Our aim is not to do "mathematician" but to give basis knowledge in mathematics to our students
All the 6 chapters are chosen to give basis for the following course in mathematics II with the Laplace end Fourier Transforms. The description of a physical problem often leads to a differential equation of order 1 or 2. Take the Laplace transform of this equation leads to a rational fraction of polynoms. For example, looking for the roots of a given polynom implies to know the complex numbers. So, the 6 chapters are decomposed in the following way: study of the complex numbers, of the polynoms, of the rational fraction, of the integrals, of the linear algebra and of the differential linear équations of ordre 1 or 2.Prerequisites
Mathematics knowledge of high-school final year, knowledge of Superior Education in mathematics are obviously a plus
Written test at the beginning, mark : DSRentrée (cf fiche Test de Mathématiques 3FMT3065)
If the mark is more or equal then 10/20, this mark is the final mark and the student do not need to attend this class.
A final written exam : DSFinal
All documents allowed for the exam.
Exam recoverable in september
The course exists in the following branches:
Course ID : 3FMA1003
You can find this course among all other courses.
All books of high-school final year can be a help for students. Other possibilities are the books in mathematics of the two years of Superior Education for example.