Topic 
Subtopic 
Subjet 1. The body of complex numbers 
The body of complex numbers. Representation of complex numbers. Module and argument. Euler's Formula. Operations with complex numbers in polar form: powers (De Moivre's formula), roots, exponentials, logarithms. 
Subject 2. Vectorial spaces 
The vectorial space Rn. Vectorial Subspaces . Linear combination. Dependency and linear independence. Vectorial spaces of finite dimension. Base and dimension. Rank. 
Subject 3. Linear applications

Linear applications. Properties. Core and image of a linear application. Characterisation of the linear applications injectives and surjectives. Rank of a linear application. Matrix associated to a linear application. 
Subject 4. Matrices

Definition and types of matrices. Vectorial space of the matrices mxn. Product of matrices. Regular matrix. Rank of a matrix. Calculation of the rank of a matrix and of the reverse matrix by means of elementary operations.

Subject 5. Determinants

Determinants Of a square matrix of order 2 and of order 3. Properties. Development by attachments. Calculation of the reverse matrix. Calculation of the rank of a matrix.

Subject 6. Systems of linear equations

Systems of linear equations: matrix form. Equivalent systems. Existence of solutions: theorem of RouchéFrobenius. Homogeneous systems. Resolution of systems of linear equations: resolution by means of the methods of elimination of Gauss and GaussJordan. Resolution of a system of Cramer. Resolution of a general system using the rule of Cramer.

Subject 7. Euclidean vectorial space

Scalar product. Norma. Distance. Orthogonality. Scalar product regarding a base. Orthogonal and orthonormal systems. Vectorial product. Mixed product. Areas and volumes.

Subject 8. Geometry 
Threedimensional affine space. The straight in the affine space. Equations of the straight. The plane in the affine space. Equations of the plane. Relations of incidence between straight and planes. Angles: of two straight, of two planes and of straight and plane. Distances: of a point to a plane, of a straight to a plane and of two straight that cross . Metric study of the conical. 
Subject 9. Diagonalization Of endomorphisms and matrices

Vectors and own values. Subspaces Own. Characteristic polynomial. Diagonalization: Conditions. Polynomial nullifier. Theorem of CayleyHamilton. Applications.

Subject 10. Convergence in R.

Topology of the straight real: points distinguished, compact groups. Convergent successions in R. Operations with limits. Calculation of limits: indeterminations, rules of Stolz, of the arithmetical and geometrical averages and of the root.
Numerical series. Geometrical and telescopic series. Series of positive terms. Criteria of convergence. Series alternated. Criterion of Abel. Absolute convergence. Sumation Of some elementary series.

Subject 11. Limit and continuity of functions of a real variable

Limit of a function in a point. Sequential limit. Properties of the limits. Calculation of limits. Continuity of real functions. Discontinuity: Types. Operations with continuous functions. Relative theorems to the global continuity: continuous image of a compact, theorem of BolzanoWeierstrass, theorem of Bolzano: consequences. Continuity of the reverse function and of the compound function. 
Subject 12. Differential calculation of a variable 
Derived from a function in a point. Geometric interpretation of the concept of derivative. The differential. Derived function. Successive derivatives. Relationship between continuity and derivability. Calculation of derivatives: derived from the compound function and the inverse function. Theorems relating to derivable functions: Rolle's theorem, consequences; The mean value theorem, consequences; The rule of L'Hôpital, calculation of indeterminate limits. Taylor polynomials of a function. Taylor's theorem. Problems of highs and lows. Study of concavity and convexity. Turning points. Graphical representation of functions 
Subject 13. Integration of functions of a variable

The Riemann integral: partitions, upper and lower sums, upper and lower integral, integral functions, the integral as sum limit. Properties. Theorem of the mean value. The fundamental theorem of integral calculus. Barrow Rule. Primitives. General methods of calculating primitives. Integrals improper. Geometric applications of the integral. 
Subject 14. Informatics

Operating systems: classification, components, examples. Programming Fundamentals. Organization of archives. Methods of sorting and searching. Concept and types of databases. 
LABORATORY PRACTICE AGENDA 

Practice 1. Introduction to the syntax of a symbolic calculation program. 
Basic commands of a symbolic calculation program 
Practice 2. Complex Numbers 
Complex arithmetic in binomial form. Polar shape. Arithmetic in polar form 
Practice 3. Vector Spaces

Operations with vectors. Linear independence of vectors and calculation of bases. Generator systems. Range of a vector system. 
Practice 4. Linear Applications 
Calculation of the associated matrix. Calculation of the kernel, image and rank 
Practice 5. Matrices and determinants 
Operations with matrices. Calculation of the determinant of a square matrix. Calculate the range of a matrix and the inverse matrix 
Practice 6. Systems of linear equations 
Resolution of linear systems. Cramer's Rule and Gauss and GaussJordan Elimination Methods. Applications. 
Practice 7. Euclidean Vector Space and Geometry 
Calculation of the scalar product, vectorial and mixed. Calculation of areas, volumes, angles and distances. Conical curves 
Practice 8. Diagonalization 
Calculation of the eigenvalues ​​and eigenvectors of a square matrix. Diagonalization of matrices. Applications 
Practice 9. Convergence and Series

Inheritance limit. Application of the convergence criteria of series. Sum of series. 
Practice 10. Functions

Calculating the limit of a function at a point. Graphical representation of functions. Study of continuity. 
Practice 11. Derivation.

Derivation of functions. Calculation of tangent and normal lines. Problems of relative extremes. Developments in Taylor series. Local study of functions.

Practice 12. Integration

Calculation of primitives. Applications: calculation of areas, volumes, arc lengths, moments of inertia, etc 
Subject 13. Informatics

Programming Fundamentals. Development and management of databases 