|Course code: 176206||Subject title: MATHEMATICS II|
|Credits: 6||Type of subject: Mandatory||Year: 1||Period: 2º S|
|Department: Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas|
|CAMPION ARRASTIA, MARÍA JESÚS (Resp)|
Module: Quantitative methods. Subject matter: Mathematics.
Intermediate Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus and Linear Algebra.
|Training activity||Methodology||Proficiencies developed|
|Theoretical sessions||Lecture focused on explaining concepts illustrated with examples||CG03, CE03, CE04|
|Practical sessions||Realization of classroom exercises in small groups (4 people). Problems will be resolved preferably in an economic environment using, when deemed advisable, computing tools. Practices with the field of microeconomics. Oral presentation of the results.||CG03, CG05, CG07, CG09, CG16, CB2, CE03, CE04|
|Preparation of assignments, individually or in groups.||Exercises and problems with non-presential character work. Sometimes individual and sometimes work in group.||CG03, CG05, CG07, CG09, CG16, CB1, CE03, CE04|
|Individualized tutoring or in small groups||Working sessions customized teacher-student or between the teacher and a reduced group of students.||CG07, CG09, CB1,CB3,CB4|
|Personal study and examination.||CG03, CG07, CG16, CG17, CB5, CE03, CE04|
|Learning outcome||Evaluation Method||Weight (%)||Recoverable|
|R_MC_03, R_MC_07, R_MC_10||Continuous assessment: active participation in the course, tests of control and working in groups, individually or in small groups||40||No|
|R_MC_03, R_MC_10||Regular assessment (individual): in which the students should solve problems or case studies||60 It is compulsory to get at least 4 points (up to 10) in order to pass this subject matter||Yes|
Diagonalization of square matrices: eigenvectors and eigenvalues, characteristic polynomial, diagonalizable matrices. Quadratic forms: polynomial and matrix expression, symmetrical matrices Diagonalization. Convergence and geometric series: convergence of successions, geometric series, criteria of convergence of series, sum of series. Introduction to dynamic models: differential equations, difference equations.
1.1 Complex numbers.
1.2 Matrix diagonalization.
1.3 Quadratic forms.
2. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS (GENERAL THEORY)
2.1 Preliminary concepts on dynamical systems.
2.2 Differential equations.
2.3 Systems of linear differential equations.
3. DISCRETE DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
3.1 Sequences of real numbers.
3.2 Series of real numbers.
3.3 Difference equations: the linear case.
3.4 Systems of linear difference equations.
By means of the tool "MiAulario", the students will have access to schemes, lists of exercises, links to complementary material, etc., related to the subject matter.
We do not recommend any particular textbook on this subject. There are many possible books on Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, Difference Equations and related items, even from a point of view of Economics or reportedly addressed to students of Economics and/or Business Administration, that can be found in any "average-size" universitary library.
Perhaps the reference "Mathematical models in the Social, Management and Life Sciences", by D.N. Burghes and A. D. Wood (Ellis Horwood. Chichester, UK. 1984) is an excellent reference to find "case-studies" related to the main concepts to be developed throughout the semester in this subject matter.
For the sake of completeness, we include below a list (not exhaustive, and by no means the only possible one) of texts in Spanish that can be used in the preparation of some lectures.
LIST (texts in Spanish) FOLLOWS: