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# DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING POLITEKNIK KOTA BHARU STUDENT STUDY GUIDE

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Lecturer Name Office Location Course Credit Hours Program

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WAN SITI RODZIAH BINTI MOHD NASIR DEPARTMENT OF MATHS, SCIENCE 7 COMPUTER BA601 – ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 5 2 ………………………………………………………………..

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SLT (Student Learning Time) – (hours ) Learning and Teaching Activity Lecture (Dependent) SLT ( hours ) 30

Tutorial(Dependent)

15

Coursework Assessment (Test, Quiz, Group Discussion, Tutorial Exercise ) (Dependent)

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Self Learning (independent)

28

Other Assessment Task (End of Chapter) Independent

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SLT (Student Learning Time)

80

Credit = SLT/40

2.00

SYNOPSIS ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 5 exposes students to hyperbolic, inverse hyperbolic and inverse trigonometric functions. This course also introduces differentiation and integration. Differential equation topic is included to guide students to understand the methods of solving differential equations.

 First and Second Order Partial Differentiation  Total Differentiation Tutorial Ex.0 ADVANCED INTEGRATION 12 Integration of :  Inverse trigonometric Functions  Hyperbolic Functions  Inverse Hyperbolic Functions  Partial Fraction  Integration by Parts.0 3 HYPERBOLIC. Week Lesson Plan Topic     Sub Topic CLO Assessment Activities 2 1. INVERSE HYPERBOLIC AND INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS Hyperbolic Functions Inverse Hyperbolic Functions Inverse Trigonometric Functions. Analyze the solutions of first and second order differential equations by using the appropriate methods. P3) 3.2 CLO2 8 Tutorial Ex. End Of Chap. (C3. Sketch graphs and solve equations involving these functions. Find the values for hyperbolic. (C1) 2. Respond to the given problems by using advanced differentiation and integration formula.Course Learning Outcome (CLO) Upon completion of this course. inverse hyperbolic and inverse trigonometric functions based on solid comprehension of these functions.4 13 Test 2 .1 4 Quiz 1 5 6 2. CLO1 Tutorial Ex.3 9 Test 1 10 11 3. students should be able to: 1. 1 CLO2 Tutorial Ex. (C4.0 ADVANCED DIFFERENTIATION 7 Differentiation and solving problems of :  Inverse Trigonometric Functions  Hyperbolic Functions  Inverse Hyperbolic Functions  Implicit Functions. A2) iii.

50 % Continuous assessment is carried out throughout the semester and comprises the followings: Assessment Task Quiz Theory Test Group Discussion Tutorial Exercise End Of Chapter No. S. (1993). Continuous Assessment (CA) . R. W. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. Hampshire: ELBS 8. Thompson . Abd Wahid Md Raji et al (2003) Calculus for Science and Engineering Students.). 3. Cheng Siak Peng. D. Bostock. (2007). iii) substitution y = vx iv) usage of integrating factors Solving Second Order DE Group Discussion 1 CLO3 16 Group Discussion 2 iv. K. 6. A. Ng Set Foong. Palgrave Macmillan. Teoh Sian Hoon. & Thomas. Mathematics for Matriculation 2 (3th ed. References 1. Technician Mathematics 1-5. (1997).C. Anton. Longman. Oxford University Press.). H.). Stroud. L. 7. G. & Sadler. Understanding Pure Mathematics. 5. Calculus: A New Horizon. (1999). Stroud.B.A. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia & Kolej Universiti Tun Hussein Onn 2. Assessment Types Of Assessment The course assessment is carried out in two sections: 1. Thorning. 4. Oriental Academic Publication. K. Final Examination (FE) – 50% Final examination is carried out at the end of the semester. Calculus (2nd ed. O. (2000). 9. & May. L. Core Mathematics for Advanced Level. (2006). J. (1993). Engineering Mathematics (6th ed. & Chandler. A. (1999). Of Task 1 2 2 4 1 Percentage % 10 30 20 20 20 2. Finney. New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc. Further Engineering Mathematics. A. Yong Zulina Zubairi et al (2006) Mathematics for STPM & Matriculation: Calculus.14   15 4. ii) variable separable. Stanley Thornes (Pub.J. Bird. v. S.0 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION 16  Forming and solving DE Solving First Order DE using: i) direct integration. J.) Ltd. 10.