# Calculus II

## Course Description

Calculus II

Calculus

• ### Language Level

Taught In English

• ### Course Level Recommendations

Lower

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### Hours & Credits

• ECTS Credits

6
• Recommended U.S. Semester Credits
3
• Recommended U.S. Quarter Units
4
• ### Overview

Calculus II (251 - 15324)
Study: Bachelor in Aerospace Engineering
Semester 2/Spring Semester
1ST Year Course/Lower Division

Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results:

The aim of this course is to provide students the basic tools of differential and integral calculus of several variables. To achieve this goal students must acquire a range of expertise and capabilities.
SPECIFIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES (PO a):
- To understand the n-dimensional Euclidean space and in more depth n = 2 and 3.
- To know the properties of scalar and vector functions of several variables.
- To understand the concepts of continuity, differentiability and integrability.
- To be able to handle optimization problems using optimization techniques.
- To understand how to calculate double, triple, line and surface integrals.
- To know and apply the main theorems of vector calculus: Green, Gauss, Stokes.
- To understand how to apply the integral to calculate surface areas, volumes and solve some basic problems of Mathematical-Physics.
- To know what are linear ordinary differential equations and learn techniques for solving equations of first and second order.

SPECIFIC ABILITIES (PO a, k):
- To be able to work with functions of several variables given in terms of a graphical, numerical or analytical description.
- To understand the concept of differentiable function and ability to solve problems involving the concept.
- To understand the concept of multiple integral, line and surface integral and its practical applications.
- To understand what is an ordinary differential equation and know how to apply techniques of solving differential equations in different contexts.

GENERAL ABILITIES (PO a, g, k):
- To understand the necessity of abstract thinking and formal mathematical proofs.
- To acquire communicative skills in mathematics.
- To acquire the ability to model real-world situations mathematically, with the aim of solving practical problems.
- To improve problem-solving skills.
- To be able to use mathematical software in specific situations.

Description of contents:

1 .- The n-dimensional Euclidean space. Cartesian, polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates.
2 .- Scalar and vector functions of several variables. Limits, continuity and differentiability.
3 .- Taylor's theorem. Optimization problems with and without constraints.
4 .- Double, triple, line and surface integral.
5 .- Theorems of Green, Gauss, Stokes and its applications .

Learning activities and methodology:

Theory (3.0 credits. PO a).
Problem sessions working individually and in groups (3.0 credits. PO a).

Assessment System:

We follow a continuous-assessment system plus a final exam:
- The continuous-assessment part consists in a written examination
contributing with weight 40% to the final mark. The mid-term examination
will take place, approximately, at two thirds of the semester and it
will be held in regular class hours, according to the current regulations.

- The final exam (contributing with weight 60% to the final mark) will
be held at the end of the semester. (PO: a.)

### Course Disclaimer

Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.

ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits are converted to semester credits/quarter units differently among U.S. universities. Students should confirm the conversion scale used at their home university when determining credit transfer.