|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Mathematic II *||MAT 104||2||3||3||4|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||Short Cycle Programmes (Associate's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Lec. Zeynep ERÇEN|
To create the necessary and adequate mathematical foundation by teaching the subjects in the course efficiently. To understand mathematics subjects in vocational courses better and to use mathematical subjects they learn in their profession.
Preliminary info, functions, limit and continuity, derivative, application of derivative, indefinite integral, integration methods, properties of definite integral, related theorems, applications of integral, complex numbers, matrices, analytic geometry and trigonometry and angle concepts.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
1.Program graduates have sufficient knowledge in mathematics, science and the implementation of the telecommunication issues in these areas
2.Program graduates have knowledge regarding available materials and their selection in telecommunication sector.
3. Program graduates have knowledge of planning and organizing ateliers and operating plants in telecommunication sector.
4. Program graduates have ability to follow developing technologies with his/her acquired knowledge.
5. Program graduates have ability to design and draw the professional plans and projects by using a computer drawing or simulation program in his/her filed.
6.Program graduate carry out a basic level study on his/her own, collect, analyze and interpret the data and prepare the final report in order to examine a problem regarding telecommunication technologies.
7. Program graduates take responsibility as a team member in order to solve the problems encountered in the applications of telecommunication area; he/she who has the conscious of the necessity of lifelong learning renews his/herself continuously to acces
8. Program graduates have ability to use at least one computer programming language and a foreign language in the extent required by the profession.
9. Program graduates use one computer software required by the field at least and information and communication technologies in a basic level.
10. Program graduates inculcate to be a patient individual with responsibility consciousness and moral values required by the profession.
12.Program graduates act according to professional ethics to provide the occupational health and safety in the field
|1||Definiton of Function Domain, Codomain and Range Sets Piecewise Function Absolute Value Function||Read the resources related to the course|
|2||Function Operations Function Types(unit , constant, bijection,into) Function Graphics||Read the resources related to the course|
|3||Definition of Complex Number Powers of i Number Equilibrium of two complex numbers||Read the resources related to the course|
|4||Complex Plane Conjugate of a Complex number Absolute Value of a Complex Number Four Operations with Complex Numbers||Read the resources related to the course|
|5||Trigonometric Ratios of Acute Angles sin,cos,cot,tan Functions and their properties Relationship between Radian and Degree||Read the resources related to the course|
|6||Definion of limit and continuity at a point Right-hand and Left-hand limit concepts Limits of Polynomial Functions Limit Graphics||Read the resources related to the course|
|7||Definition and Properties of Derivative||Read the resources related to the course|
|8||Midterm Exam||Read the resources related to the course|
|9||Derivation of Trigonometric Functions Derivation of Exponential Functions Applications of Derivatives||Read the resources related to the course|
|10||Definition and Properties of Integral Definite Integral, Indefinite Integral Partial Integration and Change of Variable||Read the resources related to the course|
|11||Integral of Trigonometric Functions Integral of Exponential Functions||Read the resources related to the course|
|12||Applications of Integral||Read the resources related to the course|
|13||Definition of Matrix Matrix Types (Zero, Square, Unit) Transpose of a Matrix Matrix Operations Matrix Power||Read the resources related to the course|
|14||Determinant of the matrix Minor (Cofactor) Properties of Determinant Adjoint Matrix Inverse of a Matrix||Read the resources related to the course|
|15||Determinant of the matrix Minor (Cofactor) Properties of Determinant Adjoint Matrix Inverse of a Matrix||Read the resources related to the course|
|16-17||Final Exam||Read the resources related to the course|
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