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 1 Course Title Analytical Geometry 2 Year of study, speciality 1, speciality  “Mathematics”, direction of the specialty: “economic activity” 3 Semester of study 1 4 Credit points 4 5 Lecturer Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Associate Professor Kononov Sergei Gavrilovich 6 Goals of studying Systematic and comprehensive study of the first and second order figures in the Euclidean plane  and in the Euclidean three-dimensional space using the vector algebra. Mastering the main method of research in the analytical geometry – the coordinate method. Acquiring a sufficient volume of knowledge, skills and abilities by students in the field of analytical geometry to use them for studying other mathematical disciplines. 7 Prerequisites Mathematical Analysis, Algebra and Theory of Numbers, Introduction to Mathematics 8 Contents Vectors in three-dimensional Euclidean space . Lines in the Euclidean plane , planes and lines in  space. Second order figures in  plane and space, their properties, Euclidean and affine classification. 9 Recommended literature 1. Kononov S.G. Analytical Geometry: Manual. – Minsk: Publishing house of BSU, 2014, (in Russian). 2. Milovanov M.V., Tyshkevich R.I., Fedenko A.S. Algebra and Analytical Geometry: 2 Parts: Manual. – Minsk: Vysheishaya Shkola, 1984. – P. 1, (in Russian). 3. Modenov P.S., Parkhomenko A.S. Exercise Manual on Analytical Geometry: Manual. – M., Nauka, 1976, (in Russian). 4. Burdun A.A., Murashko E.A., Tolkachev M.M., Fedenko A.S. Exercise Manual on Algebra and Analytical Geometry: – Minsk: Universitetskoe, 1989, (in Russian). 10 Teaching methods Comparative, problem, interactive –heuristic, visual. 11 Language of instruction Russian 12 Conditions (requirements), on-going control – individual tasks; – tests. The final mark is given with consideration for:  40% – evaluation of current academic performance, 60% – an oral answer at the examination 13 Form of current assessment Examination