## Mathematical analysis

The aim of the course is to get acquainted with the basic methods of differential and integral calculus.

The main goal of the subject is to study the relationship between quantities used in technology, economics (especially in the field of finance), production, and a description of various processes in social relations. Moreover, mathematical analysis not only plays a key role in teaching other mathematics courses, but also provides the necessary mathematical apparatus for interpreting the teaching of non-mathematics subjects.

165 academic hours are allocated for teaching the course for two semesters, of which 90 hours are lectures, 75 hours are practical lessons. The course formally consists of two sections: mathematical analysis-1 (introduction to analysis, differential calculus of functions of one variable, indefinite integral); Mathematical analysis-2 (definite integral, nonspecific integrals, numerical and functional series, limit and continuity of functions of many variables, differential calculus of functions of many variables).