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Course Code

Course Title

Course Planner

Lectures

MTH107

ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS

11359::Rajesh Kumar Gupta

Course Category

Courses with Numerical focus

3.0

Tutorials Practicals Credits


0.0

TextBooks
Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

T-1

HIGHER ENGINEERING
MATHEMATICS

B.S.GREWAL

42th

2012

KHANNA PUBLISHER.

Reference Books
Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

R-1

ELEMENTARY ENGINEERING
MATHEMATICS

DR. B.S. GREWAL

11th

2005

KHANNA PUBLISHER

R-2

ADVANCED CALCULUS

ROBERT C.WREDE
MURRY SPIEGEL

2nd

2005

TATA MCGRAW - HILL EDUCATION

Relevant Websites
Sr No

(Web address) (only if relevant to the course)

Salient Features

RW-1

http://www.math.utsc.utoronto.ca/calculus/Redbook/

Caclulus lecture notes

RW-2

http://tarungehlots.blogspot.in/2013/09/cbse-ncert-class-12-maths-solutions_10.html

Tutorials

RW-3

http://home.iitk.ac.in/~psraj/mth102/lecture_notes.html

Lecture Notes .

Audio Visual Aids


Sr No

(AV aids) (only if relevant to the course)

Salient Features

AV-1

http://nptel.ac.in/video.php?subjectId=106106094

Video Lecture

AV-2

http://nptel.ac.in/courses/111104027/

Video Lecture

AV-3

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-01-single-variable-calculus-fall-2006/video- Video Lecture


lectures/

AV-4

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-02-multivariable-calculus-fall-2007/videolectures/

Video Lecture

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)


Weeks before MTE

Weeks After MTE

Spill Over

0.0

3.0

Detailed Plan For Lectures


Week
Lecture
Number Number

Broad Topic(Sub Topic)

Week 1

Lecture 1

Basic Calculus(Functions)

R-1:11.4
R-2:Pg-39

Lecture 2

Basic Calculus(Graphical
representation of functions.)

Lecture 3

Week 2

Lecture Description

Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Live Examples


Demonstration/
Case Study /
Images /
animation / ppt
etc. Planned

Lecture 0 will be
introduction to the
course
Lecture 1 Basics of
Function .

Student will learn


how to define
Function .

R-1:11.5
R-2:Pg-40

Graphical
Representation

student will learn the Discussion


Graphical
Representation of
Function.

Basic Calculus
(Classification of functions)

R-1:11.6

Classification of
functions

Learning of different Discussion .


classifications of
Function .

Lecture 4

Basic Calculus(Limit of a
function and Evaluation of
limits)

R-1:11.7

RW-1

Limit of a function and


Evaluation of limits

Student will able to Discussion


find limiting value of
the function .

Lecture 5

Basic Calculus(Continuity
of a function-At a point)

R-1:11.8
R-2:Pg-47

RW-1

Continuity of a function- Student will observe Discussion


At a point and In an
the
interval
continuity/discontinui
ty of the function

Basic Calculus(Continuity
of a function-In an interval)

R-1:11.8

Continuity of a function- Student will observe Discussion .


At a point and In an
the
interval
continuity/discontinui
ty of the function

Basic Calculus(Continuity
of a function-In an interval)

R-1:11.8

Continuity of a function- Student will observe Discussion .


At a point and In an
the
interval
continuity/discontinui
ty of the function

Basic Calculus(Continuity
of a function-At a point)

R-1:11.8
R-2:Pg-47

Lecture 6

Week 3

Lecture 7

Differential Calculus
(Differential coefficient,
General rules of
differentiation)

Chapters/Sections of Other Readings,


Text/reference
Relevant Websites,
books
Audio Visual Aids,
software and Virtual
Labs

R-1:12.1

RW-1
AV-1

RW-1

Discussion

Continuity of a function- Student will observe Discussion


At a point and In an
the
interval
continuity/discontinui
ty of the function
Differential coefficient, Student will Learn
Discussion.
General rules of
the process of finding
differentiation
the differential
Coefficient .

Functions are
used whenever
one variable
depends on
another
variable.The
area of a circle
depends on its
radius.

Week 3

Lecture 8

Differential Calculus
(Derivatives of standard
functions)

R-1:12.2
R-2:Pg-71

Derivatives of standard
functions

Lecture 9
Week 4

Week 5

Student will Learn


Discussion
the process of finding
the differential
Coefficient .

Test1

Lecture 10 Differential Calculus


(Derivatives of Parametric
forms)

R-1:12.3-12.4

Differential Calculus
(Derivatives of implicit
functions)

R-1:12.3-12.4

Differential Calculus
(Logarithmic differentiation)

R-1:12.3-12.4

Lecture 11 Differential Calculus


(Maxima and Minima)

R-1:14.13

Lecture 12 Differential Calculus(Partial


derivatives)

R-1:15.1

Lecture 13 Differential Calculus(Total


Derivatives)

R-1:15.5

Lecture 14 Integral Calculus(Integration


as an inverse process of
differentiation and
properties of indefinite
integral)

R-1:16.1-16.2

AV-3

AV-4

AV-3

Derivatives of
Parametric forms and
implicit and
Logarithmic functions.

Student will Learn


Discussion
the process of finding
the differential
Coefficient of
Parametric forms and
implicit and
Logarithmic
functions.

Derivatives of
Parametric forms and
implicit and
Logarithmic functions.

Student will Learn


Discussion
the process of finding
the differential
Coefficient of
Parametric forms and
implicit and
Logarithmic
functions.

Derivatives of
Parametric forms and
implicit and
Logarithmic functions.

Student will Learn


Discussion
the process of finding
the differential
Coefficient of
Parametric forms and
implicit and
Logarithmic
functions.

Maxima and Minima

Student will learn the Discussion.


conditions and
procedure of Maxima
and Minima.

Partial derivatives

Student will be able Discussion


to find the derivative
of the functions of
two or more
variables.

Total Derivatives

Student will be able Discussion


to find the derivative
of the Composite
functions .

Introduction and types


of Integral.

Student will learn


Discussion
about the definite and
indefinite integrals .

Week 5

Lecture 15 Integral Calculus(Methods


of integration-By
Substitution)

Week 6

Lecture 16

Week 7

R-1:16.3

integration by
Substitution

Student will be able


to evaluate integrals
by changing the
variables.

Discussion

Test2

Lecture 17 Integral Calculus(Methods


of integration-By Partial
fractions)

R-1:16.8-16.11

Integral Calculus(Methods
of integration-By Parts)

R-1:16.8-16.11

Lecture 18 Integral Calculus(Definite


integral as Limit of sum.)

R-1:17.12

Lecture 19 Integral Calculus(Properties


of definite integral)

R-1:17.11

Lecture 20 Integral Calculus(Method of


solving first order
differential equations-By
Variable separable and
Homogeneous differential
equations)

R-1:20.2-20.3

Lecture 21 Integral Calculus(Linear


differential equations of first
order and first degree)

R-1:20.5-20.6

AV-3

integration by Parts and Student will able


by Partial fractions.
evaluate the
integration of the
product of two
functions.

Discussion

integration by Parts and Student will able


by Partial fractions.
evaluate the
integration of the
product of two
functions.

Discussion

Definite integral as
Limit of sum.

Student will learn


Discussion
elementary approach
to find the value of
definite integral.

RW-1

Properties of definite
integral.

Student will be able Discussion


to apply the
properties of definite
integral.

RW-1
AV-3

Variable separable and


Homogeneous
differential equations

Student will learn the Discussion


variable separable
form of differential
equation and the
method to solve it

Linear differential
equations of first order
and first degree.

Student will be able Discussion


to recognize the
differential equations
of first order and first
degree .

MID-TERM
Week 8

Lecture 22 Linear Algebra(Determinant


and its properties)

T-1:2.2-2.3

RW-2

Determinant and its


properties

Student will learn the Discussion


Determinant and its
properties

Lecture 23 Linear Algebra(Matrices,


operations, Transpose, Ad
joint, Inverse)

T-1:2.4-2.6

RW-2

Matrices, operations,
Transpose, Ad joint,
Inverse

Student will learn the Discussion


basics of Linear
Algebra.

Linear Algebra(Matrices,
operations, Transpose, Ad
joint, Inverse)

T-1:2.4-2.6

Matrices, operations,
Transpose, Ad joint,
Inverse

Student will learn the Discussion


basics of Linear
Algebra.

Rank of a matrix and


elementary
transformations .

Student will learn the Discussion


basics of Linear
Algebra.

Lecture 24 Linear Algebra(Rank of a


matrix)

T-1:2.7

RW-3

Finding area
under the curve .

Week 9

Lecture 25 Linear Algebra(Solution of


Linear system of equations
by Cramer's rule)

T-1:2.9

Solution of Linear
system of equations by
Cramer's rule

Student will learn the Discussion


method to solve
linear system of
equations.

Lecture 26 Linear Algebra(VectorsLinear dependance and


independance)

T-1:2.12

AV-2

Vectors-Linear
dependance and
independance

Student will learn the Discussion


basics of Linear
Algebra.

Lecture 27 Linear Algebra(Eigen values


and Eigen vectors,
Properties of Eigen values)

T-1:2.13-2.14

RW-3

Eigen values and Eigen Student will learn the Discussion


vectors, Properties of
basics of Linear
Eigen value
Algebra.

Week 10 Lecture 28 Linear Algebra(Eigen values


and Eigen vectors,
Properties of Eigen values)

T-1:2.13-2.14

RW-3

Eigen values and Eigen Student will learn the Discussion


vectors, Properties of
basics of Linear
Eigen value
Algebra.

Lecture 29 Linear Algebra(CayleyHamilton theorem)

T-1:2.15

Lecture 30 Linear Programming


Problems(Formulation of the
problem)

T-1:34.2

T-1:34.3-34.4

Week 11 Lecture 31 Linear Programming


Problems(Graphical
Method)

Cayley-Hamilton
theorem

Student will learn the Discussion


basics of Linear
Algebra.

AV-2

Formulation of the
problem

Student will learn the Discussion


optimization of of
linear functions
subject to linear
constraints .

RW-2

Graphical Method

Student will learn the Discussion


optimization of of
linear functions
subject to linear
constraints .

Lecture 32
Lecture 33 Linear Programming
Problems(General LPP,
Canonical and standard form
of LPP)

Test3
T-1:34.5-34.6

General LPP, Canonical Student will learn the Discussion


and standard form of
optimization of of
LPP
linear functions
subject to linear
constraints .

Week 12 Lecture 34 Linear Programming


Problems(Simplex method)

T-1:34.7-34.8

AV-2

Simplex method and its Student will learn the Discussion


working procedure.
optimization of of
linear functions
subject to linear
constraints .

Lecture 35 Linear Programming


Problems(Simplex method)

T-1:34.7-34.8

AV-2

Simplex method and its Student will learn the Discussion


working procedure.
optimization of of
linear functions
subject to linear
constraints .

Maximizing
profit and
minimizing cost.

Week 12 Lecture 36 Linear Programming


Problems(Duality concept)

T-1:34.11

Duality concept

Student will learn


Discussion
that how to write the
dual of the LPP.

Week 13 Lecture 37 Elements of Logic and Set


theory(Sets and Set
operations)

T-1:37.1-37.2

Sets and Set operations

Student will learn the Discussion


language of sets
which is used to
express mathematical
ideas concisely.

Lecture 38 Elements of Logic and Set


theory(Laws of set theory
and principle of inclusion)

T-1:37.3-37.4

Laws of set theory and


principle of inclusion

Student will learn the Discussion


language of sets
which is used to
express mathematical
ideas concisely.

Elements of Logic and Set


theory(De Morgan's law)

T-1:37.3-37.4

Laws of set theory and


principle of inclusion

Student will learn the Discussion


language of sets
which is used to
express mathematical
ideas concisely.

Lecture 39 Elements of Logic and Set


theory(De Morgan's law)

T-1:37.3-37.4

Laws of set theory and


principle of inclusion

Student will learn the Discussion


language of sets
which is used to
express mathematical
ideas concisely.

Elements of Logic and Set


theory(Laws of set theory
and principle of inclusion)

T-1:37.3-37.4

Laws of set theory and


principle of inclusion

Student will learn the Discussion


language of sets
which is used to
express mathematical
ideas concisely.

Week 14 Lecture 40 Elements of Logic and Set


theory(Algebra of Logic,
Logical operators)

T-1:37.5-37.6

Algebra of Logic,
Logical operators

Student will learn


Discussion
the logical reasoning.

AV-1

AV-1

Lecture 41 Elements of Logic and Set


theory(Statement generated
by a set, Equivalence)

T-1:37.7-37.8

Statement generated by
a set, Equivalence

Student will learn


Discussion
the logical reasoning.

Lecture 42 Elements of Logic and Set


theory(Duality law and
Arguments)

T-1:37.9-37.10

Duality law and


Arguments

Student will learn the Discussion


logical reasoning.

SPILL OVER
Week 15 Lecture 43

Spill Over

Lecture 44

Spill Over

Lecture 45

Spill Over

Scheme for CA:


Component

Frequency

Test

Out Of
2

Each Marks Total Marks


3

Total :-

10

20

10

20

Details of Academic Task(s)


AT No.

Objective

Topic of the Academic Task

Nature of Academic Task


(group/individuals/field
work

Evaluation Mode

Allottment /
submission Week

Test1

Observe the
performance of
students .

Basic Calculus : Functions, Graphical representation of


Individual
functions., Classification of
functions, Limit of a function and Evaluation of limits, Continuity
of a function-At a
point, Continuity of a function-In an interval

A test of 30 marks
consisting of 4
questions ( 2 of 5
marks , 2 of 10
marks )

2/3

Test2

Observe the
performance of
students .

Differential Calculus : Differential coefficient, General rules of


differentiation,
Derivatives of standard functions, Derivatives of Parametric
forms, Derivatives of
implicit functions, Logarithmic differentiation, Maxima and
Minima, Partial derivatives,
Total Derivatives

Individual

A test of 30 marks
consisting of 4
questions ( 2 of 5
marks , 2 of 10
marks )

5/6

Test3

Observe the
performance of
students .

Linear Algebra : Determinant and its properties, Matrices,


operations, Transpose,
Ad joint, Inverse, Solution of Linear system of equations by
Cramer's rule, Rank of a
matrix, Vectors-Linear dependance and independance, Eigen
values and Eigen
vectors, Properties of Eigen values, Cayley-Hamilton theorem

Individual

A test of 30 marks
consisting of 4
questions ( 2 of 5
marks , 2 of 10
marks )

10 / 11