Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to know the basics of mathematical analysis, of differential calculus and of linear algebra;

articulate these notions in a conceptually and formally correct way;

using adequately definitions, theorems and proofs understand the nature of mathematics as an axiomatic-deductive system;

apply the fundamental theoretical results of mathematical analysis, of differential calculus and of linear algebra to the solution of problems and exercises;

actively search for deductive ideas and chains that are fit to prove possible links between the properties of mathematical objects and to solve assigned problems

Curriculum

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Programme

GENERAL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM a.a 2021-2022I CHANNEL

1) Logic, sets and numerical sets

Propositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

http://disa.uniroma3.it/didattica/lauree-triennali/matematica-generale-n-o-ii-canale-d-k/

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular for the course in the academic year 2020-2021 the remote mode will apply It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 1 hour, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification and theoretical questions regarding the whole program. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, the remote mode will apply. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C CONGEDO MARIA ALESSANDRA, Betti Daniela

Programme

GENERAL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM a.a 2021-2022I CHANNEL

1) Logic, sets and numerical sets

Propositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

http://disa.uniroma3.it/didattica/lauree-triennali/matematica-generale-n-o-ii-canale-d-k/

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular for the course in the academic year 2020-2021 the remote mode will apply It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 1 hour, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification and theoretical questions regarding the whole program. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, the remote mode will apply. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C CONGEDO MARIA ALESSANDRA, Betti Daniela

Programme

1) Logic, sets and numerical setsPropositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems.

Core Documentation

Mathematics for economists Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume- W.W. Norton and Company, Inc.Only:Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4 .

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only :Chapter1, Chapter 2,Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5 , Chapter 6 , Chapter 7 , Chapter 8, Chapter 9 , Chapter 15, Chapter 16Type of delivery of the course

Teaching activities include, in addition to face-to-face lectures, lasting 2 hours three times a week, also a exercises session, lasting 2 hours, once a week. Exercise sessions are dedicated to the application of the main theoretical results obtained to problems and exercises of various nature. Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Attendance

In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 2 hours, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Programme

1) Logic, sets and numerical setsPropositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems.

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

Teaching activities include, in addition to lectures, lasting 2 hours three times a week, also a exercises session, lasting 2 hours, once a week. Exercise sessions are dedicated to the application of the main theoretical results obtained to problems and exercises of various nature. Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 2 hours, and in a theory test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification, theoretical questions regarding the whole program and a question regarding theory. The theory test will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems.Canali

Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C CONGEDO MARIA ALESSANDRA, Betti Daniela

Programme

GENERAL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM a.a 2021-2022I CHANNEL

1) Logic, sets and numerical sets

Propositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

http://disa.uniroma3.it/didattica/lauree-triennali/matematica-generale-n-o-ii-canale-d-k/

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular for the course in the academic year 2020-2021 the remote mode will apply It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 1 hour, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification and theoretical questions regarding the whole program. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, the remote mode will apply. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Programme

GENERAL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM a.a 2021-2022I CHANNEL

1) Logic, sets and numerical sets

Propositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

http://disa.uniroma3.it/didattica/lauree-triennali/matematica-generale-n-o-ii-canale-d-k/

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular for the course in the academic year 2020-2021 the remote mode will apply It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 1 hour, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification and theoretical questions regarding the whole program. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, the remote mode will apply. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P CENCI MARISA

Programme

1) Logic, sets and numerical setsPropositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems.

Core Documentation

Mathematics for economists Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume- W.W. Norton and Company, Inc.Only:Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4 .

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

Teaching activities include, in addition to face-to-face lectures, lasting 2 hours three times a week, also a exercises session, lasting 2 hours, once a week. Exercise sessions are dedicated to the application of the main theoretical results obtained to problems and exercises of various nature. Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Attendance

In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 2 hours, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z CORRADINI MASSIMILIANO, MUTIGNANI RAFFAELLA

Programme

1) Logic, sets and numerical setsPropositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems.

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

Teaching activities include, in addition to lectures, lasting 2 hours three times a week, also a exercises session, lasting 2 hours, once a week. Exercise sessions are dedicated to the application of the main theoretical results obtained to problems and exercises of various nature. Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 2 hours, and in a theory test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification, theoretical questions regarding the whole program and a question regarding theory. The theory test will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems.Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z CORRADINI MASSIMILIANO, MUTIGNANI RAFFAELLA

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Programme

GENERAL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM a.a 2021-2022I CHANNEL

1) Logic, sets and numerical sets

Propositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

http://disa.uniroma3.it/didattica/lauree-triennali/matematica-generale-n-o-ii-canale-d-k/

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular for the course in the academic year 2020-2021 the remote mode will apply It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 1 hour, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification and theoretical questions regarding the whole program. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, the remote mode will apply. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Programme

GENERAL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM a.a 2021-2022I CHANNEL

1) Logic, sets and numerical sets

Propositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

http://disa.uniroma3.it/didattica/lauree-triennali/matematica-generale-n-o-ii-canale-d-k/

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular for the course in the academic year 2020-2021 the remote mode will apply It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 1 hour, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification and theoretical questions regarding the whole program. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, the remote mode will apply. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P CENCI MARISA

Programme

1) Logic, sets and numerical setsPropositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems.

Core Documentation

Mathematics for economists Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume- W.W. Norton and Company, Inc.Only:Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4 .

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

Teaching activities include, in addition to face-to-face lectures, lasting 2 hours three times a week, also a exercises session, lasting 2 hours, once a week. Exercise sessions are dedicated to the application of the main theoretical results obtained to problems and exercises of various nature. Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Attendance

In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 2 hours, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z CORRADINI MASSIMILIANO, MUTIGNANI RAFFAELLA

Programme

1) Logic, sets and numerical setsPropositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems.

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

Teaching activities include, in addition to lectures, lasting 2 hours three times a week, also a exercises session, lasting 2 hours, once a week. Exercise sessions are dedicated to the application of the main theoretical results obtained to problems and exercises of various nature. Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 2 hours, and in a theory test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification, theoretical questions regarding the whole program and a question regarding theory. The theory test will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems.Canali

Programme

GENERAL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM a.a 2021-2022I CHANNEL

1) Logic, sets and numerical sets

Propositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

http://disa.uniroma3.it/didattica/lauree-triennali/matematica-generale-n-o-ii-canale-d-k/

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular for the course in the academic year 2020-2021 the remote mode will apply It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 1 hour, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification and theoretical questions regarding the whole program. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, the remote mode will apply. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Programme

GENERAL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM a.a 2021-2022I CHANNEL

1) Logic, sets and numerical sets

Propositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

http://disa.uniroma3.it/didattica/lauree-triennali/matematica-generale-n-o-ii-canale-d-k/

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular for the course in the academic year 2020-2021 the remote mode will apply It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 1 hour, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification and theoretical questions regarding the whole program. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, the remote mode will apply. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Mutuazione: 21210239 MATEMATICA GENERALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P CENCI MARISA

Programme

1) Logic, sets and numerical setsPropositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems.

Core Documentation

Mathematics for economists Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume- W.W. Norton and Company, Inc.Only:Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4 .

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

Teaching activities include, in addition to face-to-face lectures, lasting 2 hours three times a week, also a exercises session, lasting 2 hours, once a week. Exercise sessions are dedicated to the application of the main theoretical results obtained to problems and exercises of various nature. Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Attendance

In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 2 hours, and oral test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification. The oral examination will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.Programme

1) Logic, sets and numerical setsPropositional logic. Propositions. Decidable propositions. Logical operations between propositions. Logical implication. Necessity, sufficiency and necessity and sufficiency. Truth tables. Theorem. Methods for proving a theorem. Sets. Operations between sets. Numerical sets:

natural numbers, relative numbers and rational numbers. Infimum and supremum of a numerical set. Irrationality of square root of 2 (with proof). Dedekind's axiom. The real numbers set. Real numbers and their representation on the straight line. Limited and non-limited sets. Maximum and minimum of a numerical set. Intervals and boundary of a point. Elements of line topology: isolated, boundary, internal and accumulation points. Open sets. Closed sets. A set is closed if and only if it contains all its accumulation points.

2) Sums

Definition of summation. Sum of the first natural n (with proof). Sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression (with proof). Summation properties.

3) Real functions of real variable

Real functions of real variable. The Cartesian plane and the graph of a function. Injective and surjective functions. Invertible functions. Even and odd functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Link between monotony and injectivity. Inverse function. Inverse function graph. Elementary functions. Transformations of elementary functions. Compound function. Multi-law defined functions. Domain of a function.

4) Sequences and numerical series

Converging, diverging and indeterminate sequences. Limits of sequences. Definition of numerical series. Necessary condition for convergence

of a series (with proof). The character of the geometric series (with proof). Mengoli series and its value (with proof).

5) Limits of real functions of real variable

Definition of limits. Right-hand limit and left-hand limit. Vertical and horizontal asymptote. Oblique asymptote. Theorem on uniqueness of limit. (with proof). Theorems on sign permanence (with proof). Rational operations on limits. Indeterminate forms. Notable limits.

6) Infinites and infinitesimals

Definition of infinitesimal and infinite. Comparison between infinitesimal and infinite. Order of infinitesimal and infinite. Cancellation theorems (with proof). Order propagation.

7) Continuity

Definition of continuity in a point. Continuity in a set. Classification of discontinuity points. Continuity of elementary functions. Continuity

of the compound function. Continuity of functions defined by several laws. Theorem of zeros for continuous functions. Weierstrass's theorem. Darboux's theorem (with proof).

8) Differential calculus

Difference quotient. Derivative of a function in a point and its geometric meaning. Derivability implies continuity (with proof). Points of non-derivability.

Derivative function and derivatives of subsequent order. Derivative of elementary functions. The rules of derivation. Derivative of compound functions. De L’Hopital's theorem and its application to indeterminate forms. Taylor polynomial of order 1 and order 2 (with proof). The factorial of n. Taylor polynomial

of order n. Mc Laurin polynomial. Differential and its geometric meaning. First-order error theorem (with proof). Local maxima and minima. Fermat's theorem (with proof). Rolle's theorem (with proof). Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Corollaries to Lagrange's theorem (with proof). Relationship between the sign of the first derivative and the increasing / decreasing functions in an interval (with proof). Concavity and convexity in a point. Relationship between the sign of the second derivative and the convexity / concavity of a function in an interval (with proof). Flex points. Global concavity and convexity conditions.

9) Integral calculus

Primitive of a function. Indefinite integral. Properties of primitives (with proof). Property of the indefinite integral. Immediate indefinite integrals. Integration by parts (with proof). Area subtended by a curve. Superior and inferior integral sum. Definition of definited Riemann integral. Property

of the definite integral. Integral function. The integral mean value theorem (with proof). Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof). Corollary to Torricelli-Barrow's theorem (with proof).

10) Linear algebra

Vectors and their geometric representation. Product of a vector for a scalar. Vectors addition. The vector space Rn: Linear combination of

vectors. Linearly dependent and independent vectors. Matrices. Matrix addition. Matrix multiplication. Determinant of a matrix. Matrix

inverse. Uniqueness of the inverse matrix (with proof). Necessary condition for the existence of the inverse matrix (with proof). Sufficient condition for the existence of the inverse matrix. Transposed matrix. Rank of a matrix. Linear equation systems. Cramer's theorem. Rouché-Capelli theorem. Homogeneous systems. Parametric systems.

Core Documentation

Carl P. Simon, Lawrence Blume, Mathematics for economists, W.W. Norton and Company, 2010.Only: Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Appendix 4.

Reference Bibliography

Knut Sydsæter, Peter Hammond, Arne Strøm & Andrés Carvajal, Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson, 2012. Only : Chapter1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 15, Chapter 16.Type of delivery of the course

Teaching activities include, in addition to lectures, lasting 2 hours three times a week, also a exercises session, lasting 2 hours, once a week. Exercise sessions are dedicated to the application of the main theoretical results obtained to problems and exercises of various nature. Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.Type of evaluation

The exam will consist of a written test, lasting 2 hours, and in a theory test. The written test will consist of exercises, individuation of true / false propositions with short justification, theoretical questions regarding the whole program and a question regarding theory. The theory test will consist of one or more questions throughout the program including proofs of the main results/theorems.