Mathematik Brückenkurs

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ZielgruppeStudierende der TUHH im 1. Semester
LernzielMachen Sie sich fit in Mathematik!
KurzmitteilungDie Vorlesung startet am 30.09.2021 (Donnerstag) online als Live Stream unter
  1. Tag: Rechenregeln, Prozentrechnung
  2. Tag: Gleichungen
  3. Tag: Ungleichungen, elementare Funktionen
  4. Tag: elementare Funktionen (Fortsetzung), Differentialrechnung
  5. Tag: Differentialrechnung (Fortsetzung), Integralrechnung, Logik, Beweise
  6. Tag: Vektoren, Matrizen, analytische Geometrie
  7. Tag: Komplexe Zahlen, Determinanten
Voraussetzung Keine

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Preparatory Mathematics Course

Target audienceStudents of Engineering Science (ES) and Computer Science (CS)
Course goalThe goal of the Preparatory Mathematics Course is to help first semester students at TUHH in their studies by reviewing and applying basic mathematical concepts.
This course is aimed at ES and CS students as well as everyone else who would like to brush up his or her knowledge in mathematics. It is held as an English alternative to the German language Mathematik Brückenkurs and it runs in parallel and with the same schedule.
The course consists of lectures in the morning and afternoon exercises to practice the covered material. At the end of each exercise session, solutions will be presented and explained.
Short NoticeThe course will start on Thursday, 30.09.2021, at 9:00 AM online.
Lecture in Englisch: Zoom (ID: 816 3949 6523, Password: 438578) 09:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Exercise in Englisch: Zoom (ID: 846 4702 9634, Password: 991627) 01:00 p.m. – 03:00 p.m.
Course topics Topics of the course include
  1. day: Elementary Algebra, Logical Statements
  2. day: Set Theory, Principles of Proofs
  3. day: Fundamentals of Functions
  4. day: Differentiation
  5. day: Integration
  6. day: Vectors, Matrices, Analytic Geometry
  7. day: Complex Numbers, Determinants
Requirements None
Time schedule
  • Thursday, 30.09.2021 until Friday, 08.10.2021 (7 days)
    09:00 - 12:00 Lecture and examples (with a 30 minutes break)
    12:00 - 13:00 Lunch break
    13:00 - 15:00 Exercises & discussion of the solutions
  • Lecture link: (to be announced in September)
  • Exercise link: (to be announced in September)
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