COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Mathemetics 1 * TMT   107 1 2 2.5 4

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof. Alkhan SARIYEV
Instructors
Prof.ALKHAN SARIYEV1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
To have the students to grasp the basic properties of function, limit, continuity and derivative and use them in drawing the graphs , making approximate calculation, and problem solving. Besides this, Train the students to think analytically and teach solution methods to the possible problems to be encountered in the future issues he/she is interested in. Analysis considered as one of the greatest achievements of the human mind is an exciting subject. We hope our studetns to discover analysis not only for its use but also for its inner beauty.
Content
Real numbers, functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, applications of derivatives.

Learning Outcomes
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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1
Recognizes the basic concepts in science, engineering, general machinery and other socio-cultural issues in agriculture and acquires up to date information.
X
2
Knows the use and preservation possibilities of natural and the fossil energy sources in agricultural production.
X
3
Knows manufacturing methods of agricultural machinery and materials are.
X
4
Becomes conscious of the effects of global and societal context and understands the importance of entrepreneurship and innovation of Professional solutions and applications.
X
5
Knows the problems of the the main applications of agricultural machines, setting and maintenance in use of the field.
X
6
Applies appropriate models of sustainable production for mechanization in agricultural enterprises, creates an optimal chain of mechanization and operates.
X
7
Knows and applies at least one of the three dimensional drawing programmes.
X
8
Knows and applies the laws and regulations of agricultural machinery manufacturing.
X
9
Identifies problems that can be solved within the scope of mechanization in plant and animal production and selects the appropriate equipment.
X
10
Knows national, international project resources and their admission, application and monitoring processes.
X
11
knows the agriculture and agricultural machinery about the national-international regulations.
X
12
Knows and applies the design and manufacturing the 3d solid modelling
X
13
Selects the appropriate materials for agricultural machines.
X
14
Knows and applies the methods which improves them professionally.
X
15
Prepares the AR_GE project and desings and manufactures it.
X
16
Plans and manages the creation of jobs for agricultural machines in manufacture, marketing and service network, .
X
17
Has sufficient background in the field of Basic Engineering and Agricultural Engineering in general and Agricultural Machinery field in particular.
X
18
Assists agricultural machinery firms in AR_GE and technology innovation.
X
19
Learns a new application-oriented software design and Agriculture.
X
20
Makes contacts within the scope of current issues in agriculture sector, manufacturing industry, public institutions and representatives of chambers internship and undertakes responsibilities in various working environments.
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Sets, Natural, Complete, Rational, Real insertion levels Supported by the course and high school information
2 Functions: types, Trigonometik functions, Kesrli functions, exponential and logarithmic functions Supported by the course and high school information
3 Concept of Limit: Limit theorems, Special Limits, Infinite Limits Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
4 Continuity and Diferansial Concept: Theorems, derivation rules, Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
5 Applications of Differential; Increasing and decreasing functions, asymptotes, graphical analysis and drawing functions, maximum and minimum applications Supported by the course and high school information
6 Exponential and logarithmic functions and simple Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
7 Hperbolik and trigonometric functions and the properties of the function, differentials, Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
8 Midterm Exam Ara Sınav
9 The chain rule. Higher-order derivatives. Derivative of inverse functions. Physical meaning of the derivative. Supported by the course and high school information
10 The second derivative and convexity. Asymptotes. Graphic design Supported by the course and high school information
11 Polar coordinate system, the parametric representation of curves and drawings, Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
12 Integral Concept: Geometric meaning of integral, integral formulas, Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
13 Integration methods, integration of rational fractions, Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
14 Algebraic, trigonometric and exponential functions, integration, Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
15 Definite Integral: Integral Calculus geometric applications, Exercises Supported by the course and high school information
16-17 PROBLEM SOLUTIONS Supported by the course and high school information

Recommended or Required Reading
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