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Programme

Name

Module Name

B. Sc (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

B. Sc (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Mathematics 1

Module Code

HMT 3123

Session/Semester

2015/2016-1

Module Leader

Name

Assessment Type /

Reference No.

Assignment 2

M1-A020115

Internal Verifier

Ms. Chan

Lead Officer

Mr . Arul

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Name

(Assessment

Committee)

Student Name

Student

Identification

IC/Passport No.

Students

declaration

I hereby certify that this assignment is my own work and where materials

have been used from other resources, they have been properly acknowledged.

I also understand I will face the possibility of failing the module if the content

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Signed: ________________________

Date: _________________

Outcome(s) /

Assessment

LOC 6: Draw the graph for appropriate function given and find the

maximum and minimum value.

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Criteria covered

LOC 7: Select the appropriate method to find the area and volume.

Release Date

05/01/2015

Date Received

Submission

Due Date

Students work

assessed by /

date

15/01/2015

Marks obtained

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Module

Leaders

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comments /

feedback

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Students

comments

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Coursework Policies

1.

a.

b.

c.

a copy of the full brief given by the Module Leader (with the signed coversheet)

all source material must be cited in the text and a full bibliography of source

material

(including author, title, publisher and date) listed at the end of the submission

a copy of the Originality Report from Turnitin.

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2.

All work must be submitted in the mode instructed by the Module Leader.

3.

Work submitted under the students name must only be the work of that student. All

information sources must be acknowledged. Plagiarism is a serious offence and will

render offenders liable to disciplinary action as set out in the rules and regulation of the

institution.

All assignments will need to be submitted to Turnitin as it is a tool to check your work for

potential plagiarism or collusion offences

4.

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5.

Students MUST keep a copy of all submitted work for reference purposes prior to the

original being handed in and returned. This will provide proof that the work was

completed, in the event that the work goes astray.

6.

extension, a mark of zero (0%) will be awarded. Module Leader may comment on the

quality of the work for learning purposes.

7.

Requests for extensions of submission deadlines must be made in writing prior to the

submission deadline to the Module Leader and must be supported by documentary

evidence.

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Grade

Range of

marks

Grading Descriptors

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80 100

Excellent command in the subject matter

Showing excellent knowledge

Tightly argued work

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A-

75 79

B+

70 74

evidences such as diagrams, tables, charts etc..

High level of innovativeness and creativity

Originality of work and excellent critical thinking

Excellent communication and presentation skills

Medium to high quality work

A very good command in the subject matter

Showing a very good knowledge

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65 69

B-

60 64

C+

55 59

A very well presented evidences such as diagrams, tables, charts

etc..

Evidence of innovativeness

Little originality of work and good critical thinking

Good communication and presentation skills

Work of acceptable quality

Knows the subject at acceptable level

Showing a basic knowledge and understanding

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50 54

C-

45 49

D+

40 44

tables, charts etc..

Very little originality of work

Adequate communication and presentation skills

Work of unacceptable level

Lack of knowledge in the subject

Lack of necessary knowledge and understanding

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30 39

0 29

tables, charts etc..

No originality of work and critical thinking

Poor communication and presentation skills

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(a)

No.

(b)

(c)

Weight

Range of

achievement ()

(d)

(e)

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(%)

1.

15

2.

Matrices

20

Marks

Awarded

(%)

Weighted

Marks

(b)x(d)

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3.

Differentiation

35

4.

Integration

30

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Total Percentage

100%

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A

75 100

B

60 74

C

50 59

D

30 49

F

0 29

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ASSIGNMENT BRIEF

1. Assignment Titles :

Trigonometric Ratios and Identities, Matrices, Differentiation, Integration

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LOC 5: Evaluate the application problem in industry.

LOC 6: Draw the graph for appropriate function given and find the maximum and

minimum value.

LOC 7: Select the appropriate method to find the area.

3. Programme Learning Outcome(s) covered :

PLO 2 : Understand and apply knowledge of analytical mathematics.

PLO 10 : Function effectively as an individual to solve problem.

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.

Programme Objective(s) covered :

PO 5

technique.

4. Background Information :

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Many applied problems in science and technology require the use of general mathematics

topic which required for the engineers which helps them to think, analyze and solve

engineering application problems. This assignment is designed to help you in acquiring the

basic mathematical skill before proceed to higher level problems.

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5. Task

Answer all tasks:

Task 1

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10.5cm

8.2cm

P

Figure 1

a) Figure 1 shows a right-angled triangle. Find the values of

i) cos P

(2 marks)

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ii) cosec P

(2 marks)

iii) sin 2P

(2 marks)

b) Given cos (A+B) =cos A cos B sin A sin B and sin 2A = 2sinAcosA.

Show that cos 3A =4 cos3A - 3cos A

(4 marks)

i) cos 2x = 2-5cos x

(3 marks)

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marks)

(2

Task 2

, B =

and C =

a) If A =

1 6

1 3

6

7

, find the following:

8

i) A + B

(2 marks)

ii) A B C

(2 marks)

iii) 2A + 3C

(2 marks)

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2

1

3 1 2 2

3 19 6

2 2 3

1 5 1 17

x2 1

3

1 4 3 7 22 6

0

y

2x + y + z =1

x2y 3z =1

(6 marks)

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3x + 2y + 4z =5

(8 marks)

Task 3

a) Differentiate the following towards x

i) y 3 x 2 2 x 0.5 3 6 x 3

(3 marks)

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ii) y ln( x 2 3x 2)

(2 marks)

iii) y

4 2t

5 3t

, x

1 t

1 t

(4 marks)

iv) y

(3 x 1) cos 2 x

e 2 x

(3 marks)

v) y a (sin cos ),

x a (cos sin )

(4 marks)

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d 2 y dy

b) If y sec x , prove that y 2 y 4

dx

dx

(5 marks)

x4

. Find :

x 1

i) the gradient at x=2.

(3 marks)

ii) the equation of tangent at the x =2.

(2 marks)

d) An automobile manufacturer, in testing a new engine on one of its models, found that the

efficiency e of the engine as a function of the speed s of the car was given by

e 0.768s 0.00004s 3 . Here, e is given in percent and s is given in km/h.

c) Given f ( x)

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e) The voltage across the plates of a capacitor at any time t seconds is given by v Ve

C and R are constants. Given V =300 volts, C 0.12 10 6 F and R 4 106 . Find:

i) the initial rate of change of voltage, and

ii) the rate of change of voltage after 0.5 s.

Task 4

a) Integrate the following:

(3 marks)

t

CR

where V,

(3 marks)

(3 marks)

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i)

3x 0.5

6

dx

x

2

7

ii) (3 x 5) 6 xdx

(5 marks)

(5 marks)

x

iii) (5 x 1)e dx

0

(5 marks)

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iv)

x

3

x 1

dx

3x 2

(5 marks)

y

b) Find the area of the following shaded region.

y = 2x x2

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(5 marks)

(5 marks)

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Information Sources:

Recommended books :

1. Kreyszig, E (2006), Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 9th Edition, Wiley, John & Sons

Incorporated.

2. Stroud, K. A., Booth, D, J, (2007), Engineering Mathematics, 6th Edition, Macmillan.

3. James,G (2005), Modern Engineering Mathematics, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall.

Instructions to Students :

(i) Submit the word processed report on A4 size with 12 font and double spacing.

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(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

Necessary and sufficient calculations and steps should be stated to each problem.

Submit your work before or on published deadline.

No late submission will be accepted.

Plagiarism is an academic dishonesty. Submit your work in original. 0 mark will be

awarded for a plagiarized work.

Objective

Programme

LOC 7

LOC 6

LOC 5

LOC 4

OutcomeProgramme

77gdg

Assessment

Methods

LOC 3

Learning

Outcomes

LOC 2

No.

LOC 1

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