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# KEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN MALAYSIA

COURSE OUTLINE
Department
Programme

## : Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

: Diploma in Electronic Engineering (Communication), Diploma in Civil Engineering,
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Course Code
: BA101
Course Title
: Engineering Mathematics 1
Semester
:1
Credit Hours
:2
Contact Hours
:3
Total Lecture Hours : 45
Prerequisite
: None
COURSE SYNOPSIS
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 exposes students to algebra, standard form, index and logarithm,
geometry and measurement as well as coordinates geometry and graph, theoretically and practically. This
course also explains the basic concept of trigonometry and its functions in solving problems.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. NO

2. 1.

## Identify the basic concept of Basic Algebra, Standard Form, Index

and Logarithm, Trigonometry, Geometry and Measurement, and
Coordinate Geometry and Graph.
Apply the concept and suitable method of Basic Algebra, Standard
Form, Index and Logarithm, Trigonometry, Geometry and
Measurement, and Coordinate Geometry and Graph.
Solve the related mathematical problems by using suitable steps
in Trigonometry, and Geometry and Measurement.

3. 2.
3.

PLO

LEARNING
DOMAINS

PLO 1

C1

PLO 1

C3, P1

PLO 4

A2

## DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (DEP)

PLO 1: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to well define
electrical engineering procedures and practices.
PLO 4: Communicate effectively with the engineering community and the society at large.
DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (DKA)
PLO 1: Related knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to well defined civil
engineering theories and procedures.

PLO 4: Identify and provide creative, innovative and effective solution to civil engineering problems.
DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (DKM)
PLO 1: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to well defined mechanical
engineering procedures and practices.

PLO 4: Communicate effectively with the engineering community and the society at large.

Legend:
Cognitive Domain
Psychomotor Domain
C1: Knowledge
P1: Imitation
C2: Comprehensive
P2: Manipulation
C3: Application
P3: Precision
C4: Analysis
P4: Articulation
C5: Synthesis
P5: Naturalization
C6: Evaluation
STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT)

Affective Domain
A1: Receiving Phenomena
A2: Responding to Phenomena
A3: Valuing
A4: Organizing Values
A5: Internalizing Values

NO

## LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES

SLT (HOURS)

1.
2.
3.

Lecture
Practical
Continuous Assessment (CA)
Face to Face
Test (2)
Quiz (2)
Group Discussion (2)
Practical Exercises (2)
Non Face to Face
End-of-Chapter (1)
Preparation and Review
Lecture :
Review after theory class eg: additional references, discussion group,
discussion
Practical:
Preparation before practical class/field work/survey eg: review notes
Post practical activity eg: lab report, additional references and discussion
session
Tutorial :
Preparation for tutorial
Assessment :
Preparation for test
Preparation for quiz
Total

30
15

4.

Credit = SLT/40

4
15

6
80
2

WEEKLY SCHEDULE
WEEK

## TOPIC & SUBTOPICS

ASSESSMENTS

Students Registration
1-3

## 1.0 TOPIC 1.0 BASIC ALGEBRA

Understand basic algebra, quadratic equations and simultaneous
linear equations with two variables.

QUIZ 1

4-6

## 2.0 STANDARD FORM, INDEX AND LOGARITHM

Know standard form, apply the rules of indices and logarithm.

THEORY TEST 1
END OF
CHAPTER 1

7-9

3.0 TRIGONOMETRY
Understand the fundamental of trigonometric functions, apply
trigonometric equations and identities and apply sine and cosine
rules.

GROUP
DISCUSSION 1

## 4.0 GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT

Understand properties of angles associated with transversal and
parallel lines, apply the properties of circles and the Pythagoras
Theorem, compute the arc length, area of a sector and segment of a
circle, state the perimeter, area and volume for specific shapes and
comprehend the concepts of similarity.

PRACTICAL
EXERCISES 1
GROUP
DISCUSSION 2
THEORY TEST 2

10 - 13

## 5.0 COORDINATE GEOMETRY AND GRAPH

QUIZ 2
Apply the linear graphs, the quadratic graphs, and basic form of PRACTICAL
non-linear graphs.
EXERCISES 2

14 - 15

ASSESSMENT
CLO

Types Of Assessment

Percentage (%)

CLO1

i.

50

Quiz (2)

10

CLO1, CLO2

30

CLO2, CLO3

20

CLO3

## iv. Group Discussion (2)

20

CLO1, CLO2

v.

20

CLO1, CLO2

Final Examination

## End of Chapter (1)

Total

50
100

REFERENCES
Backhouse, J.K., Houldsworth, S.P.T. & Cooper, B.E.D. Pure Mathematics (2nd ed.).
Bird, J.O. & May, A.J.C. (1997). Technician Mathematics 1 (3rd ed.). Longman.
John Bird, Engineering Mathematics (6th edition). Paperback
Robert Moyer. (1998). Trigonometry (3rd ed.). McGraw-Hill.
Siti Aishah Sheikh Abdullah, Chng Pei Eng, Teoh Sian Hoon, Muniroh Hamat, Noor Aina Abdul Razak. (2006).
First Engineering Mathematics. (2nd ed.). McGraw-Hill.
Stroud, K.A. (2007). Engineering Mathematics (6th ed.). Palgrave Macmillan.
Thorning, D.W.S & Sadler. (1999). Understanding Pure Mathematics, Oxford University Press.