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# Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code

Course Title

Course Planner

Lectures

MTH107

Course Category

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

11th

2005

KHANNA PUBLISHER

R-2

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 .

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

Weeks before MTE

Spill Over

0.0

3.0

## Detailed Plan For Lectures

Week
Lecture
Number Number

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 .

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)

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

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

derivatives)

R-1:15.1

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.

## 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 .

of Integral.

## Student will learn

Discussion
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

properties

## Student will learn the Discussion

Determinant and its
properties

## Lecture 23 Linear Algebra(Matrices,

joint, Inverse)

T-1:2.4-2.6

RW-2

Matrices, operations,
Inverse

## Student will learn the Discussion

basics of Linear
Algebra.

Linear Algebra(Matrices,
joint, Inverse)

T-1:2.4-2.6

Matrices, operations,
Inverse

basics of Linear
Algebra.

## Rank of a matrix and

elementary
transformations .

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

method to solve
linear system of
equations.

independance)

T-1:2.12

AV-2

Vectors-Linear
dependance and
independance

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.

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

## 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

Arguments

## Student will learn the Discussion

logical reasoning.

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Lecture 44

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Lecture 45

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Component

Frequency

Test

Out Of
2

## Each Marks Total Marks

3

Total :-

10

20

10

20

AT No.

Objective

(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