CODE  84362 

ACADEMIC YEAR  2020/2021 
CREDITS 

SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR  MAT/05 
LANGUAGE  Italian 
TEACHING LOCATION 

SEMESTER  Annual 
PREREQUISITES 
Prerequisites (for future units)
This unit is a prerequisite for:

TEACHING MATERIALS  AULAWEB 
The course is a standard introduction to Calculus: differential and integral calculus in one variable, some differential equations, differential calculus in two variables. The various topics will be presented mainly via examples and intuitive justifications; in some cases formal proofs will be given. Exercise sessions are very important for the course.
The course aims at giving the basic tools of calculus. At the end of the course, students will understand the basic concepts of mathematical analysis and will be able to solve some problems using such tools. Another goal of the course is to train students in rigorous thinking.
The aim is to provide some fundamental tools of Mathematical Aalysis, to improve the students' attitude toward rigorous reasonig and and to teach students how to solve some problems using the notions studied in the course.
At the end of the course the student must know the fundamental results of the differential calculus in one and two variables and of the integral calculus in one variable. Moreover, the student must know how to apply such notions to solve the exercises, and must be able to apply such notions in other courses that use them.
The standard curriculum of the Italian scuole medie superiori
Traditional: theory lessons, exercises sessions, support by tutors; exercises for independent training are given to students.
Differential calculus in one variable (limits, continuity, derivatives, Taylor formula, study of functions). Integral calculus in one variable (primitives, definite integrals and areas, improper integrals, study of integral functions). Differential equations (separation of variables, linear equations of first order, linear equations with constant coefficients). Differential calculus in two variables (limits, continuity, partial derivatives, level curves, tangent lines and planes, max, min and hessian matrix).
F.Parodi, T.Zolezzi  Appunti di Analisi Matematica  ECIG Genova
M.Baronti. F.De Mari, R.Van der Putten, I.Venturi  Calculus Problems  Springer Italia 2016.
Office hours: On appointment; take directly an appointment with the professor or write to perelli@dima.unige.it
ALBERTO PERELLI (President)
ALESSANDRO FAZZARI
MANUEL MONTEVERDE (President Substitute)
When the first year starts.
Two intermediate written exams (end of first and second semester), final written and oral examination. If students pass both intermediate written exams, the arithmetic mean of the results can be taken as result for the written exam in the summer sessions (June  July  September). If both such intermediate written exams are passed with success, their arithmetic mean can be used as the final mark of the course.
Evaluation of the output from written and oral exams; the goal of the course is reached if the student is able to solve exercises of the same level as those proposed during the exercises hours of the course, and if the student knows the fundamental contents of the course.
Date  Time  Location  Type  Notes 

12/01/2021  09:00  GENOVA  Scritto + Orale  orale (se previsto) alle ore 15.00 
02/02/2021  09:00  GENOVA  Scritto  orale (se previsto) alle ore 15.00 
01/06/2021  15:00  GENOVA  Compitino  
15/06/2021  09:00  GENOVA  Scritto + Orale  orale ore 15.00 
30/06/2021  09:00  GENOVA  Scritto + Orale  orale ore 15.00 
07/09/2021  09:00  GENOVA  Scritto + Orale  orale ore 15.00 
Students are recommended to follow all lectures, exercises sessions and tutors hours.