Mathematics - Part 2
Mathematics is the first quantitative course which you will study during your bachelor IBA on the Erasmus University. Dutch students will recognize parts in this course from the Mathematics classes they followed on high school, although the content of this course is pretty much grounded on "Wiskunde B". You will learn about integration and differentiation. If these terms don't sound familiar to you, please don't underestimate this course! New students have the tendency to underestimate the courses of the first trimester, and we just want to warn you for this. Just begin on time and consequently make all the exercises, and you will have a good chance in passing for this course.
This Reken Maar summary explains the content which is required for the final exam of the course Mathematics. In this summary we will explain the course in a very structured and vivid way, while making use of many examples to make sure you know where you can actually use the formulas for! Also, the summary is filled with exercises, so you can practice a lot with the content right after you've learned it! Finally, the summary provides several representative practice exams, so you can practice your knowledge of the course as a whole once again before proceeding to the exam hall.
In short: Reken Maar is everything you need to pass for Mathematics!
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Content: Mathematics part 2