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Learning outcomes of the course
The student can apply basic mathematical methods in applied tasks in the natural resources field. He/she knows the key physical quantities in regard to agricultural technology. The student knows the key organic and inorganic chemistry in regard to the nutrition of crops and animals
calculation tools and work methods
. formation and manipulation of equations
. percentage calculation and its application
. multiples, exponents and logarithms
. surface areas and volumes
. basic statistical methods
. velocity, acceleration, flow, force, pressure, moment, work, power, energy, efficiency
. a tractor’s traction force and traction power
. engine power and torque
. salts, acids, bases, proteins, carbohydrates, fats
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
T1 Adequate: The student can do the basic calculations of his/her field, knows the physics concepts associated with agricultural technology and the basics of chemistry in feed production.
T2 Satisfactory: The student knows the significance of the natural sciences for performing, planning and advising on work in his/her field.
T3 Good: The student has mastered well the basics of the natural sciences and applies his/her know-how in work tasks.
K4 Very Good: The student can take the natural sciences into consideration as a key tool for developing his/her field.
E5 Excellent: The student demonstrates a deep understanding of the natural sciences and the ability to apply them in work tasks, planning and advisory tasks in his/her field.