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Course description
Calculus 1 is one of the most important and at the same time challenging subjects for UT engineers. For those students who find this course difficult, interesting, or important for their future careers, MathMe Academy offers its support. Within the course, students will be taught how to solve the most relevant problems using concrete techniques for the upcoming exam. We guide students through a bunch of tasks from the previous exams that we carefully collected and analysed. Taking into account the level of difficulty, all the problems will be neatly elaborated, and all the appearing questions will be answered by the trainer. Next to the course, students receive lecture notes from the class that summarize all the concepts and steps that are needed to be performed for solving the most widely used exam exercises. Invest time in your studying and stay prepared for your next exam with MathMe!
  • Logic, propositions, proofs
  • First order separable
  • Differentiable equations 
  • Complex numbers
  • Limits and continuity

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Course Schedule
  • 4 Nov at 18:00 – 20:00 Sets, intervals, logic, propositions, predicates, proofs including mathematical induction
  • 5 Nov at 13:00 – 15:00 First order separable, inseparable DE, second order homogeneous/non-homogeneous DE
  • 6 Nov at 18:00 – 20:00 Complex numbers, vectors arithmetic, lines, planes 9
  • 7 Nov at 18:00 – 20:00 Limits, continuity, differentiability and limits of functions
  • 8 Nov at 18:00 – 20:00 Sample test + Q&A

Alexey Chechin
Alexey Chechin
Mathematics Trainer
Alexey is a technical student with an engineering background and remarkable academic achievements. Being alongside a TA in the maths line of the University of Twente, he is going to arrange effective and resultant exams preparation at MathMe.

Anete Valnere
Anete Valnere
Linear Algebra Trainer
Anete is studying Applied Mathematics and the Mathematics Honours track. Her remarkable experience as a Teacher Assistant and a private tutor in many mathematics subjects brought her to the position of the MathMe Academy trainer.

Renat Piscorschi
Renat Piscorschi
Mathematics Trainer
Alongside taking the Honors track in Mathematics and being interested in engineering studies, Renat Piscorschi will guide students through the training course. Having remarkable experience in assisting students, and preparing them for the exams, Renat has been approved for the role of the MathMe Academy trainer. 

Andrei Popovici
Andrei Popovici
Mathematics-Probability Trainer
Andrei, being a TA at the faculty of Applied Mathematics and also an Honours student of the University of Twente is our trainer for Calculus 1B.