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# COURSE OUTLINE

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science Course Code:SSE1693 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours Page : 1 of 4 Semester: FIRST Academic Session: 2011/2012

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ASSOC PROF DR ONG CHEE TIONG C21 - 426 5534082 / 013 7788291 octiong@utm.my or ongutm@gmail.com This is a first course in Engineering Mathematics. Contents include differentiation and integration which focus on trigonometric, hyperbolic and inverse functions, improper integrals, series, vectors, matrices, polar coordinates, and complex numbers. Vector spaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors are also introduced.

Learning Outcomes:
By the end of the course, students should be able to: No. CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 CO5 CO6 Course Learning Outcomes Students are able to; apply limits, derivatives, and integrals to further transcendental functions and evaluate improper integrals express functions as power series and analyze convergence of infinite series use Taylor series to estimate limits and integrals solve problems using vector methods and matrix algebra analyse and graph polar equations, and solve problems involving polar and parametric equations manipulate complex numbers and solve related problems
Programme Outcome(s) Taxonomies and Soft-Skills Assessment Methods

## (T Test ; PR Project ; Q Quiz; A Assignment ; Pr Presentation; F Final Exam)

Note:-PO8 or any PO regarding soft skills will be briefly acknowledge in each CO while teaching and learning process is in action.

Prepared by: Name: Assoc Prof Dr Ong Chee Tiong Signature: Date: 8 August 2011`

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COURSE OUTLINE
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science Course Code:SSE1693 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I Total Lecture Hours: 42 HOURS Page : 2 of 4 Semester: FIRST Academic Session: 2011/2012

## STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT)

Teaching and Learning Activities 1. Face-to-Face Learning a. Lecturer-Centered Learning i. Lecture b. Student-Centered Learning (SCL) i. Laboratory/Tutorial ii. Student-centered learning activities Active Learning, Project Based Learning 2. Self-Directed Learning a. Non-face-to-face learning or student-centered learning (SCL) such as manual, assignment, module, e-Learning, etc. b. Revision c. Assessment Preparations 3. Formal Assessment a. Continuous Assessment b. Final Exam Total (SLT) 4 3 120 12 14 42 Student Learning Time (hours)

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TEACHING METHODOLOGY
Lecture and Discussion, Assignments, Quizzes, Independent Study

COURSE OUTLINE
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science Course Code:SSE1693 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I Total Lecture Hours: 42 HOURS Page : 3 of 4 Semester: FIRST Academic Session: 2011/2012

WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Week 1 12/9/11 18/9/11 Week 2 19/9/11 25/9/11 Week 3 4 26/9/11 9/10/11 Week 5 10/10/11 16/10/11 Week 6 7 17/10/11 30/10/11 Week 8 31/10/11 - 4/11/11 Week 9 Week 10 10/11/11 20/11/11 Week 11-12 21/11/11 4/12/11 : Further Transcendental Functions: Inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions and its inverse in logarithmic form including graph sketching. Solving equations related to the functions. Differentiation: Differentiation of functions involving inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions and inverse hyperbolic functions. : Integration: Review on integration techniques standard integral table, substitution, by parts, and partial fractions. Integration of expressions involving inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, inverse hyperbolic functions. Using table of integrals to integrate related functions. : Improper Integrals: Evaluation of limits including lHopital rule, limits of indeterminate forms of type 0/0 and integration and infinite integrands.

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: Series: Expansion of finite series, infinite series, power series, and the summations of r, r2 and r3 .Test of convergence divergence test, ratio test and integral test. Taylors and Maclaurins series of standard functions including applications to finding limits and approximating definite integral.

## Test 1 : 17 October 2011 , Monday (8.30 pm-10.00pm)

: Vectors: Vector in space and its operations including dot product, cross product and triple products. Equation of line and plane. Angle between two lines, intersection of two lines, MID SEMESTER BREAK (4 DAYS 5/11/11 -9/11/11) Vectors: Intersection of two planes. Shortest distance from a point to a line, a point to a plane, and between two skewed lines. Angle between two planes, and angle between a line and a plane. Theorem and its applications. : Matrix Algebra: Minors, cofactors, adjoints, and determinants. Properties of determinants including interchanging rows or columns, multiplying by a scalar. Determinant of triangular matrix and determinant of product of matrices. Solve system of linear equations using Cramers rule and inverse matrix. Elementary row operations (ERO). Use ERO to obtain inverse matrix and solve system of linear equations using Gauss elimination. Rank of matrix, consistency of linear systems. Eigen value, eigen vector. General vector space: properties, linear combinations, linear independence, spanning and basis.

## Test 2 : 30 November 2011 , Wednesday (8.30 pm-10.30pm)

Week 13 5/12/11 11/12/11 Week 14-15 12/12/11 25/12/11 : Polar Coordinates: Point representation in polar coordinates, relationship between polar and Cartesian coordinates. Graph sketching including tests of symmetries. : Complex Numbers: Definition of imaginary number and complex number. Algebraic operations and solving equations involving complex numbers. Modulus and argument. de Moivres theorem to show some trigonometric identities, to find power and roots of complex numbers. Eulers formula. Function of complex variable such as sin(z),

COURSE OUTLINE
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science Course Code:SSE1693 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I Total Lecture Hours: 42 HOURS relationship between circular and hyperbolic functions. Page : 4 of 4 Semester: FIRST Academic Session: 2011/2012

REFERENCES
Course Texts: 1. Glynn James, (2010). Modern Engineering Mathematics, Prentice Hall. 2. Glynn James, (2004). Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics, Prentice Hall Supplementary Texts: . 1. Abd Wahid Md Raji et.al (2011). Engineering Mathematics I 2. Stroud K.A (1996). Advanced Engineering Mathematics; MacMillan Ltd. 3. Alan Jeffrey (2002). Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Academic Press. 4. Bradley, G.L and Smith (1998), Calculus, Prentice Hall International Inc. 5. Finey, R., Weir, M and Giordano, F. (2001), Thomas Calculus, Addison-Wesley Pub.