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Course Syllabus - MAT 235 Semester Jun 2012 Oct 2012

PROGRAMME COURSE CODE COURSE STATUS CREDIT HOURS PART PREREQUISITE CONTACT HOUR LECTURER NAME ROOM EXT : : : : : : : : : : : DIPLOMA IN CHEMICAL/MECHANICAL/CIVIL ENGINEERING CALCULUS II FOR ENGINEERS MAT 235 NON CORE 3 03/04 MAT 183 4 (3 LECTURES, 1 TUTORIAL) RAFIZAH KECHIL 5.21 (LEVEL 5 KOMPLEKS PERDANA) 04-3823431

COURSE DESCRIPTION This course consists of three chapters: methods of integration, functions of two variables and differential equations. In the first chapter, methods discussed are by parts, trigonometric integrals, trigonometric substitution and integration of rational functions. In chapter three, first and second order differential equations will be discussed. Applications in engineering and sciences will be covered for chapter two and three. COURSE OUTCOME Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to:

State and apply the techniques of evaluating integrals using various methods of integration (C1,C2,C3,A1,A2) Define the functions of two and three variables (C1,C2,P1,A1,A2) Solve the problems involving functions of two and three variables

(C1,C2,C3,P1,A1,A2) Identify and solve first order differential equations, and its applications (C1,C2,C3, P1,A1,A2,A3) Solve second order differential equations using the method of undetermined coefficients, and its applications (C1,C2,C3, P1,P2,A1,A2)
3.0 4.0 TEACHING METHODOLOGY Lectures and tutorials. ASSESSMENT Quizzes(4) Test (3) Final : : : 10% 30% 60%

5.0 6.0

TEXT BOOK Howard Anton, Calculus 7th Edition, John Wiley & Sons., Inc. 2002. REFERENCES 1. Dennis G. Zill. A first Course in Differential Equations with Modelling Applications, 7th edition, Brooks/Cole, 2001 2. Stewart, J., Mathematics Series Multivariable Calculus, Macmillan publishing Co., New York, 1999 3. Stroud, K.A. and Dexter J. Booth, Engineering Mathematics 5th edition, Palgrave Macmillan, 2001 4. Boyce, W.E & DiPrima R.C., Elementary Differential Equations, 7th edition, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2000

Course Syllabus - MAT 235 Semester Jun 2012 Oct 2012 5.


Kreyzig, E., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th edition, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 1998

Course Syllabus - MAT 235 Semester Jun 2012 Oct 2012


6.0 SCHEDULE OF LECTURES
Week
1

Date

TOPIC Chapter 1 : Methods of Integration Integration by parts Integration of trigonometric functions 1.2 Contd 1.3 Trigonometric substitutions 1.4 Integration of Rational functions

REMARK

11 Jun-15Jun

2 3

18 Jun-22 Jun 25 Jun-29 Jun

Tutorial 1 & 2 Tutorial 3 Quiz1 Tutorial 4

2 July-6 July

1.5 LHopitals Rule and Limit of Indeterminate form 1.6 Improper Integral of Unbounded Intervals Chapter 2 : Functions of 2 Variables 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Rules of Partial Derivatives (PD) 2.3 Higher order partial derivatives 2.4 Total differential and its application 2.5 Chain of variables 2.6 Implicit functions 2.7 Extremum of functions Chapter 3 : Differential Equations (DE) 3.1 Intro 3.2 1st ODE Separable 3.2 1st ODE Homogeneous / Linear equations Mid-Semester Break 3.3 Applications of 1st ODE 3.3.1 Applications of separable variables 3.3.2 Applications of linear equations 3.4 2nd order Linear homo DE with constant coefficients 3.5 2nd order Linear non-homo DE with constant coefficients 3.5 2nd order Linear non-homo DE with constant coefficients (contd) 3.6 Applications of 2nd ODE
Revision Week FINAL EXAMINATION

9 July -13 July

Tutorial 5 TEST1 Tutorial 6 Tutorial 7 Quiz2 Tutorial 8 Tutorial 9 TEST2 Tutorial 10 Quiz3

6 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5

16 July-20 July 23 July-27July 30 July-3Aug

6Aug-10Aug

13Aug-17Aug 20Aug-24Aug 27Aug-31Aug

Tutorial 11

3Sep-7Sep

Tutorial 12 Quiz4

10Sep-14Sep

Tutorial 13

17Sep-21 Sep 22Sep-30Sep 1Oct-21Oct

Tutorial 14 TEST3 9days 20days