|Course code: 176104||Subject title: MATHEMATICS|
|Credits: 6||Type of subject: Basic||Year: 1||Period: 1º S|
|Department: Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas|
|INDURAIN ERASO, ESTEBAN [Mentoring]||GOICOECHEA LOPEZ-VAILO, M. ISABEL (Resp) [Mentoring]|
Module: Quantitative methods. Subject matter: Mathematics.
|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|
|Weight (%)||It allows
|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||Yes, in the extraordinary assessment.||No|
|R_MC_03, R_MC_10||Regular assessment (individual): in which the students should solve problems or case studies.||60||Yes, in the extraordinary assessment.||No|
Differential calculus: a study of the functions of one and several variables, properties, operations, graphical representations, continuity, differentiability, asymptotic behavior. Homogeneous functions. Optimization, extreme of functions of one and several variables, unconstrained optimization, optimization with equality constraints. Integral calculus: indefinite and definite integral. Calculation of primitives. Applications to the calculation of areas and other applications. Matrices, determinants, operations and applications: Matrix calculus. Discussion and solving of systems of linear equations. Applications to Economics and Business Models.
1. MATRIX CALCULUS (LINEAR ALGEBRA)
1.2. Transpose of a matrix
1.3. Addition of matrices.
1.4. Product of a matrix by a scalar number.
1.5. Product of matrices.
1.6. Inverse matrices.
1.7. Elementary transformations of a matrix.
1.8. Successive powers of a matrix.
1.10. Determinants and inverse matrices.
1.11. Rank of a matrix.
1.12. Systems of linear equations.
2. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
2.1. The real line and the n-dimensional space.
2.2. Real functions.
2.5. Derivatives (functions of a single real variable).
2.6. Partial derivatives (functions of several real variables).
2.7. Optimization (functions of a single real variable).
2.8. Concave and convex functions.
2.9. Optimization without constraints (functions of two real variables).
2.10. Optimization with constraints.
3. INTEGRAL CALCULUS
3.1. Primitive integral of a real function.
3.2. Definite integral.
4.1. Homogeneous functions.
4.2 Optimization theory (functions of several real variables).
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 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 ald 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: