# Calculus 1 for Computer Science and Software Engineering

### Course topics

The system of the real numbers (without Dedekind cuts). The supremum axiom. Convergent sequences, subsequences, monotonic sequences, upper and lower limits. Series: partial sums, convergent and divergent series, examples, nonnegative series, the root test, the quotient test, general series, Dirichlet, Leibnitz, absolute convergence implies convergence (without a proof). Limits of functions, continuity, the continuity of the elementary functions, extrema in compact intervals. The derivative of a function, Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorem, high order derivatives, L’hospital’s rules, Taylor’s Theorem, error estimates, lots of examples. The Riemann integral: only for piecewise continuous functions (finitely many points of discontinuity). Riemann sums and the definition of the integral, The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, the existence of primitive functions (anti-derivatives). Integration techniques: integration by parts, substitutions, partial fractions (without proofs), improper integrals, applications of integrals, estimation of series with the aid of integrals, Hardy’s symbols O, o and Omega, approximation of momenta and the Stirling formula.

### Course Information

- University course catalogue:
- 201.1.2361
- Level:
- Service
- Credits:
- 6.0

##### Recently Given

- 2020–21–B (Prof. Tom Meyerovitch)
- 2019–20–B ()
- 2019–20–A ()
- 2018–19–B (Prof. Michael Levin)
- 2018–19–A (Prof. Fedor Pakovich)
- 2017–18–B ()
- 2017–18–A ()

###### Departments

- Software Engineering
- Computer science
- Software and information systems engineering
- Faculty - Engineering
- Faculty - Natural sciences