Infinitesimal Analysis I.
Theoretical lectures include motivation, illustrative examples and connections with the students knowledge on Calculus. Practical classes include tutorial resolution of problems. Exercises and projects to be solved at home, either individually or in groups, will be suggested.
This course is an introduction to Integral Calculus, and Sequences and Series of Functions.
Knowledge of mathematical results;
Skills on abstraction and generalization;
Rigorous and clear writing and oral argumentations;
Autonomous learning capacities;
1. Integral Calculus: primitives; Riemann integral; Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; classical theorems of integral calculus and applications; improper integrals.
2. Numerical series.
3. Sequences and series of functions: sequences of functions; series of functions; power series; Fourier series.
Júlio Severino das Neves
Approval in this course unit requires to score at least 10 (out of 20). The students that perform, along the semester, the mid-term exams, and the homework may be exempted from final examination. The sum of percentages corresponding to these two components is 100%. The other students are evaluated in final exam which is worth 100%.: 100.0%
J. M. Urbano, Análise Infinitesimal II - Notas do curso. Departamento de Matemática, 2005.
E. Lages Lima, Curso de Análise. Vol. I. IMPA, 1995.
J. Stewart, Cálculo. Vol. II. Thomson Learning, 2001.