Mathematics 2
Course title: Mathematics 2
Code: FEIT08L003
Number of credits (ECTS): 6
Weekly number of classes: 3+3+0+0
Institute: Mathematics and Physics
Prerequisite for enrollment of the subject: Mathematics 1
Course goals/Competences: To adopt the basic concepts of matrix theory, vector spaces, analytical geometry, infinite series. To develop analytical thinking, critical skills, learning ability. The obtained knowledge is necessary to study electrical engineering problems.
Total available number of classes: 180
Curriculum: Matrix algebra, matrix operations, elementary matrices. Determinants, properties and computation of determinants. Vector spaces, linear independence, basis and dimension. Matrix inversion. Rank. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Vectors in three dimensional space. Dot product, cross product and triple product of vectors. Analytical geometry in space. Infinite series, properties and convergence. Functional series, properties and convergence. Power series, Fourier series.
Literature:
Literature 

Compulsory literature 

No. 
Author 
Title 
Publisher 
Year 
1 
C.D. Meyer 
Matrix Analysis and Applied Linear Algebra 
SIAM 
2000 
2 
Shapkarev I. 
Mathematics 3 

1993 
3 
S. GegovskaZajkova, K. HadziVelkova Saneva 
Elements of vector algebra and analytic geometry in space 

In print 