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UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA FAKULTI KEJURUTERAAN ELEKTRIK DAN ELEKTRONIK LECTURE PLAN Self Learning Activities 15

UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA FAKULTI KEJURUTERAAN ELEKTRIK DAN ELEKTRONIK

LECTURE PLAN Self Learning Activities 15 Formal Assessments Final Examination SEMESTER/SESSION SUBJECT CODE COURSE NAME STUDENT
LECTURE PLAN Self Learning Activities 15 Formal Assessments Final Examination SEMESTER/SESSION SUBJECT CODE COURSE NAME STUDENT

LECTURE PLAN

Self Learning Activities 15 Formal Assessments Final Examination SEMESTER/SESSION SUBJECT CODE COURSE NAME STUDENT ACADEMIC LOAD
Self Learning Activities
15
Formal Assessments
Final Examination
SEMESTER/SESSION
SUBJECT CODE
COURSE NAME
STUDENT ACADEMIC LOAD
Category of Activities
Guided Learning
Lecture
Tutorial/Practical
6
SUBJECT INFORMATION
Activities
Student Centred Learning Activities
Preparation for assignments/projects
Independent study/revisions
Preparation for assessment
Continuous assessments
Matapelajaran Pra-syarat (Pre requisite subjects)
Nama Pensyarah (Lecturer’s name)
Total Hours/Semester
7
3
3
Total SLT Hours
120
:
:
Dr. Fariza Mohamad (P)
Ass. Prof. Dr. Tay Kim Gaik
Pn. Nabiah Zinal
-
:
I / 2013 / 2014
BEE 11303
Engineering Mathematics I
120 hour
:
:
:
30
28
28

Name:Dr Fariza Mohamad Date: September 2013

Prepared by :

Signature:

Name : Dr Jais bin Lias

Date: September 2013

Approved by :

Signature:

GOALS :

The main goal of this learning is to enhance and prepare the students with the knowledge of calculus which is a need in the engineering field.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

 

At the end of this course the student should be able to:

 
  • 1. solve mathematical problems of calculus. (PLO1-K-C3)

  • 2. show good team work in performing the task given of mathematical problems. (PLO5-TS-P2)

  • 3. respond in an accurate, coherent and logical manner solutions to a range of mathematical problems.

(PLO6-LL-A2)

SYNOPSIS:

Students will be introduced to the concepts of limits and continuity including the limit at a point, limit at infinity, techniques of computing limits and continuity at a point. Next, the students will be exposed to techniques of differentiation and integration, the applications of differentiation and integration. Finally, the students will be learned the concept of power series including the conditional and absolute convergence, Taylor series, Maclaurin series, and power series representation of a function (multiplying, dividing, differentiating and integrating).

CONTENTS:

WEEK

CONTENTS

ASSESSMENT

1-2

1.0 Limits and Continuity

  • 1.1 Concepts of limits.

 
  • 1.2 Limit at a point.

Quiz

 
  • 1.3 Limit at infinity.

Test 1

  • 1.4 Techniques of computing limits.

Final Examination

  • 1.5 Continuity at a point.

3-5

2.0 Differentiation and Applications

  • 2.1 Techniques of differentiation:

(i)

product rule.

(ii)

quotient rule.

  • 2.2 Chain rule.

  • 2.3 Implicit differentiation.

Assignment/Report

  • 2.4 Higher derivatives.

  • 2.5 Differentiation of parametric equations.

Test 1

  • 2.6 Applications:

Final Examination

(i)

rates of change.

(ii)

L’Hopital’s Rule:

Indeterminate form of type 0/0, /, 0  , 0 0 , 0 , 1 ,

 

.

6-9

3.0 Integration

  • 3.1 Techniques of integration:

 

(i)

integration by substitution.

(ii)

integration by parts.

(iii)

integrating rational functions.

  • 3.2 Integrating power of trigonometric functions.

  • 3.3 Integrating rational functions of sine and cosine.

  • 3.4 Integration by trigonometric substitution.

4.0 Further Differentiation and Integration

10-11

  • 4.1 Differentiation of inverse functions.

  • 4.2 Integrating hyperbolic functions.

  • 4.3 Integration by hyperbolic substitution.

  • 4.4 Derivatives and integrals involving inverse trigonometric and hyperbolic functions.

5.0 Power Series

12-14

 
  • 5.1 Conditional and absolute convergence.

  • 5.2 Power Series representation of a function; differentiating, integrating, multiplying and dividing.

 
  • 5.3 Power series:

 

(i)

Taylor series.

(ii)

Maclaurin series.

Quiz Test 2 Final Examination

Test 2 Final Examination

Assignment/Report

REVISION WEEK

FINAL EXAMINATION

ASSESSMENT :

1.

Quizzes

:

5

%

2.

Assignments

:

10

%

3.

Test 1

:

15

%

4.

Test 2

:

20

%

5.

Final Examination

:

50 %

Total

:

100 %

REFERENCES :

  • 1. Abd. Wahid Md. Raji, Hamisan Rahmat, Ismail Kamis, Mohd Nor Mohamad, Ong Chee Tiong. (2003). “Calculus for Science and Engineering Students.” Malaysia: UTM Publication. Call number: QA303.3 .C34 2008, QA152.3 .S73 2007

  • 2. Anton, H., Bivens, I., Davis, S. (2005). “Calculus.” 8 th Ed. USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Call number: QA303 .A576 2005, QA303 .A57 2002, QA303.2 .A57 2010, QA303.2 .A574 2008, QA303.2 .A575 2005.

  • 3. Smith, R. T., Minton, R. B. (2006). “Calculus: Concept & Connection.” New York: McGraw- Hill.

  • 4. Goldstein, Larry, Lay, David, Schneider, David. (2004). “Calculus and its Applications. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Pearson Education. Call number: QA303.2 .B75 2010, QA303 .G63 1996, QA303 .G63 1993

  • 5. Stroud, K. A. (2005). “Engineering Mathematics.” 5 th Ed. London: Macmillan Press Ltd. Call number: TA330 .S77 2007, TA330 .S77 1995,QA433 .S77 2005, QA371 .S77 2005

LECTURE ATTENDANCE / REGULATION

 

(1) Students must attend lectures not less than 80% of the contact hours for every subject including Compulsory Attendance Subjects (Hadir Wajib – HW) and Attendance Only Subjects (Hadir Sahaja – HS)

(2) Students who do not fulfill item (1) will not be allowed to attend further lectures and sit for any further examination. Zero mark (0) will be given to students who fail to comply with item (1). While for Compulsory Attendance Subjects (Hadir Wajib – HW), those who fail to comply with item (1) will be given Failure Attendance (Hadir Gagal – HG).

(3) Students must obey all rules and regulations of the university and must discipline themselves in order to avoid any disciplinary actions against them.

(4) Student must obey safety regulations during learning and teaching process.

SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES AND PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES MATRIX

As attached

Course Learning Outcome and Programme Learning Outcome Matrix

 

Faculty

:

Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

 

Programme

:

Bachelor Degree of Electronic Engineering with Honours

Course with code

:

BEE 11303 – Engineering Mathematics I

Cohort of students

:

2013/2014

 
   

Programme Learning Outcome (PLO)

   
 

Knowledge

Problem Solving

Communication Skills

Problem Solving Critical Thinking &

Team Work Skills

Life-long Learning

Entrepreneurship Skills

Ethics & Professional Values

Leadership Skills

Design

Environment & Sustainability

Problem Analysis

Engineer & Society

 

PL0

PL0

PL0

PL0

PL0

PL0

PL0

PL0

PL0

PL0

PL0

PLO

PLO

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

Taxonomy Level

 

C

C

P

C

P

A

P

A

A

P

A

C

A

 

(Please indicate level)

3

2

2

   

Course Learning

 

Compliance to PLO (Please 'X' once only for each CLO)

 

Delivery

Assessment

KPI*

Outcomes (CLO)

CLO

Solve

   

At least

1

mathematical

Quizzes,

50% of

problems of

X

Lecture,

Test 1 & 2,

the

calculus.

Tutorial

Assignment,

student

 

Final exam

achieved

55% of

CLO

Show good team

       

X

               

Assignment

Assignment

each

2

work in performing the task given of mathematical problems.

instruction

CLO.

CLO Respond in an 3 accurate, coherent and logical manner solutions to a range of mathematical
CLO
Respond in an
3
accurate,
coherent and
logical manner
solutions to a
range of
mathematical
problems.
Assignment
X
Assignment
instruction