The aim of this course is to teach the basic mathematical operations, theorems and definitions which will form the basis of the branch courses and gain the ability to develop and apply them in the branch courses.
Linear equations, quadratic equations and their applications. Linear inequalities. Absolute value. Basic functions, components and graphs in Cartesian coordinates. Linear and quadratic functions. Systems of linear equations. Matrices. Determinant and inverse of a matrix. Solutions of systems of linear equations.
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Course Learning Outcomes
Course Learning Outcomes 
Program Learning Outcomes 
Teaching Methods 
Assessment Methods 
Realize the concept of real numbers and their properties by repeating them, remember simple algebraic topics such as systems of linear equations and linear inequalities, and learn second order equations, inequalities and graphs. 
1 
1,2,3 
A,B,C 
Learn the concept of function, graphs of functions, resultant operation in functions, the concept of inverse function and absolute value function. 
1 
1,2,3 
A,B,C 
Show the symmetry, reflection and rotation operations in Cartesian coordinates. Students will be able to learn linear equation systems in Cartesian coordinates, graphs and applications of second order functions. 
1 
1,2,3 
A,B,C 
Demonstrate the concept of inverse matrix with matrix operations. 
1 
1,2,3 
A,B,C 
Solve systems of linear equations with matrices. 
1 
1,2,3 
A,B,C 
Course Flow
COURSE CONTENT 

Week 
Topics 
Study Materials 
1 
Chapter 0: Repetition of Algebra Set of real numbers, Some properties of real numbers, Exponential and Radicals, 
Lecture notes 
2 
Operations with algebraic expressions, Factorization, Fractions, 
Lecture notes 
3 
Linear equations, Quadratic equations and their applications, 
Lecture notes 
4 
Chapter 1: Applications and Algebra Applications of equations, Linear inequalities, 
Lecture notes 
5 
Applications of inequalities, Absolute value 
Lecture notes 
6 
Chapter 2: Functions and Graphing Basic functions, special functions, combinations of functions, inverse functions 
Lecture notes 
7 
Graphs, symmetry, reflection and rotations in Cartesian coordinates 
Lecture notes 
8 
Repeat 
Lecture notes 
9 
Chapter 3: Lines, Parabola and Systems Lines, Applications and Linear Functions 
Lecture notes 
10 
Quadratic Functions, Systems of Linear Equations 
Lecture notes 
11 
Chapter 6: Matrix Algebra Matrices, Matrix Operations 
Lecture notes 
12 
Matrix Multiplication, Solving Equation Systems by Reducing Matrix Systems 
Lecture notes 
13 
Solving equation systems by reducing them to matrix (continued) Matrix Inverses 
Lecture notes 
14 
Repeat 
Lecture notes 
Recommended Sources
RECOMMENDED SOURCES 

Lecture Book 
Introductory Mathematical Analysis, 14th Edition by Ernest Haeussler, Richard S. Paul, Richard Wood, Pearson Prentice Hall 
Additional Resources 
Lecture notes and other recommended books 
Material Sharing
MATERIAL SHARING 

Documents 
Lecture Notes 
Assignments 
Homework, Presentations 
Exams 
Midterm, Final 
Assessment
ASSESSMENT 

INTERM STUDIES 
NUMBER 
PERCENTAGE 
Midterm 
60 

Homework & case studies 
20 

Presentation 

20 
Total 

100 
Final to Success 

40 
Semester to Success 

60 
Total 

100 
Course’s Contribution to Program
COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM 

No 
Program Learning Outcomes 
Contribution 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

1 
To be able to comprehend the economic problems of agriculture; collecting, analyzing and interpreting data at micro and macro levels for economic applications; analyzing the ways of increasing production by applying the basic principles of economy in agriculture; to make the right decision for the future; to produce project based solutions; ability to apply with contemporary techniques. 



X 


2 
To be able to monitor national and international agricultural markets, to understand the behavior of market actors; ability to predict the effects of economic and political developments on the Turkish agricultural sector, and interpret and make decisions. 





3 
Marketing of agricultural products by using marketing principles and methods; have the basic knowledge about market research and ability to interpret. 






4 
Agricultural production tools, equipment, methods and equipment to recognize; application of plant and animal production techniques and models; Ability to use the theoretical and practical knowledge related to plant breeding, plant breeding, seed production, genetics, physiology, ecology, biotechnology, plant gene resources, organic agriculture and meadowpasture management in the field of field crops. 





5 
To develop and deepen their knowledge in the field of information systems at the level of expertise; interpreting and integrating the information acquired in information systems with the information coming from related disciplines; ability to develop new approaches to complex problems in applications in information systems. 





6 
To be able to master scientific resources and jurisprudence in the field of law; to be able to make comparative law analysis in national and international field; to ensure that the knowledge acquired in the field of law is transferred to the social and economic field; to have the ability of interdisciplinary analysis. 





7 
Ability to set goals and objectives for the organization / institution; information on project management, risk management and change management; awareness about entrepreneurship and innovation; awareness of occupational health and safety issues; information on sustainable development. 





8 
Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written English; the ability to write and understand effective reports, to make effective presentations, to give and receive clear and understandable instructions. 





9 
Ability to work effectively in disciplinary and multidisciplinary teams; selfstudy skills. 


10 
To act in accordance with ethical principles, professional and ethical responsibility awareness; the ability to inform the society on issues related to biodiversity, natural resources, air, water, soil pollution, recycling, environmental sensitivity, environmental protection. 


11 
Awareness of the necessity of lifelong learning; the ability to access information, follow developments in science and technology, and constantly renew oneself. 

ECTS
ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Activities 
Quantity 
Duration (Hour) 
Total Work Load (Hour) 
Course hours (Including exams week: 15xtotal lecture hour) 
14 
3 
42 
Study hours out of class (Prestudy, practice) 
14 
5 
70 
Midterm 
1 
2 
2 
Homework 
3 
2 
6 
Presentation 
1 
2 
2 
Final 
1 
3 
3 
Total Work Load 
125 

Total Work Load / 25 (h) 
5 

ECTS Credit of the Course 


5 