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1. Teaching Institution

AMA Computer College

2. College Department

College of Engineering

3. College Vision

AMA will be the leader and dominant provider of relevant


globally recognized information technology-based education
and related services in the global market.

4. College Mission

AMA University shall provide a holistic, relevant, quality and


globally recognized IT-based education in all levels and
disciplines with the objective of producing professionals and
leaders responsive to the needs of Science and the
international community cognizant of the welfare and
benefits of its men and women thereby realizing their
potential as productive members of the society for the honor
and glory of God Almighty.
In three to five years after graduation, the
ComputerEngineering alumni shall:

5. Program Educational
Objectives

1. Practice as Computer Engineer professionals for the


advancement of society; and
2. Promote professionalism in the area of Computing.
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science,
and engineering.
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as
to analyze and interpret data.
c. An ability to design a system, component, or process to
meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as
economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health
and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
d. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e. An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering
problems.

6. Student Outcomes
/Program Outcomes

f. An understanding of professional and ethical


responsibility.
g. An ability to communicate effectively.
h. The broad education necessary to understand the impact
of engineering solutions in a global, economic,
environmental, and societal context.
i.

A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in


life-long learning.

j.

A knowledge of contemporary issues.

k. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern


engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
l. Knowledge and understanding of engineering and
management principles as a member and leader in a
team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary
environment.
7. Course Code
8. Course Description

Course
College Algebra
Title
This course deals with the Fundamental Principles of College
MATH101

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9. Program(s) to which it
contributes

Algebra. Topics include Linear Equations, Inequalities, Quadratic


Equations, Functions, Systems of Linear Equations in Two or
Three Variables, Matrices and Determinants, and Sequences
and Series. A review on the operations of Polynomial, Fractions,
and Radicals is also included.
ECE, CpE, CS, & IT

10. Mode/s of Attendance


Offered

Lecture

11. Trimester / School Year

1st Trimester 2016-2017

12. Credit Units

Lecture: 3 units = 3 hours / week

13. Date of
August 25, 2016
production/revision of this
specifications
8. 14.Course Objectives
1.0
At the end of the trimester, the students should be able to:
CO1. Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental concepts of algebra when determining
characteristics and properties of relations and functions by performing algebraic processes.
CO2. Solve and graph a variety of equations, inequalities, relations and functions.
CO3. Apply knowledge of given functions to real world problems (such as quadratic modeling or
exponential growth and decay problems)
CO4. Solve systems of equations and systems of inequalities.
15. Learning Outcomes, Teaching, Learning and Assessment Methods
A. Knowledge and Understanding Skills
A1. Identify algebraic processes in determining characteristics and properties of relations
and functions.
A2. Identify, describe, and graph a variety of equations, inequalities, relations and
functions.
A3. Apply knowledge of given functions to real world problems.
A4. Identify and familiarize systems of equations and systems of inequalities.
Teaching and Learning Methods

Class Lecture
Class Discussion
Video Presentation

Assessment Methods

Written Exams
Recitations
Boardworks

B. Subject-Specific Skills
B1. Perform algebraic processes in determining characteristics and properties of relations
and functions.
B2. Solve and graph a variety of equations, inequalities, relations and functions.
B3. Apply knowledge of given functions to real world problems.
B4. Solve systems of equations and systems of inequalities.
Teaching and Learning Methods

Class Discussion
Board Illustration
Video Presentation

Assessment Methods

Written exams

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Boardworks
Assignments

C. Thinking Skills
C1. Analyze the characteristics and properties of relations and functions.
C2. Analyze the graph a variety of equations, inequalities, relations and functions.
C3. Analyze worded problems that apply knowledge of given functions to real world
problems.
C4. Analyze systems of equations and systems of inequalities.
Teaching and Learning Methods

Class Discussion
Board Illustration

Assessment Methods

Written exams
Group activities
Boardworks

D. General and Transferable Skills (other skills relevant to employability and


personal development)
D1. Analyze and solve mathematical problems.
Teaching and Learning Methods

Class Discussion
Board Illustration
Video Presentation

Assessment Methods

Written Exams
Group activities
Boardworks

16. Textbook and References


Text Book
References
Other Suggested
Readings (e.g.
periodicals, articles,
websites, IT
applications/softwar
e, etc.)

Leithold, Louis. College Algebra and Trigonometry. Pearson


Education Asia Pte Ltd, 2001
1. Abramson, Jay, et al., Algebra and Trigonometry. Rice University,
2015
1. Gillesania, Diego Inocencio T. Engineering Mathematics, Volume 1.
2005
2. Arreola, Matias A. Solutions to Problems in Plane and Spherical
Trigonometry with Solid Mensuration.Ken Incorporated, 1998
3. htpp://www.youtube.com
4. http://www.mathalino.com/reviewer

Community-based
facilities (e.g.
internship, field
studies, guest
lectures, seminars,
etc.)
17. Admissions
Pre-requisites

None

Minimum number of
students

Maximum number of
students

40

18. Course Structure


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Week

2-3

15

Hours

Intended Learning
Outcomes (ILOs)

3-5

A1, A2, B2, C1, D1

A3

A3, B2, C2, D1

Unit / Module or Topic Title

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Instructio
nal
Materials

Teaching
Learnin
activitie
Methods

PRELIM PERIOD
College
Handout
Orientation
s/Manual
Setting of house rules
Discussion of the College Mission,
Vision and Objectives
Course Requirements
Grading System
Course Outline
Linear Equations, Inequalities, and
Chapter
Linear Programming
1
One and Two Unknowns
Solution to Linear Equations
Two Equations in Two Unknowns
Fundamental Properties of
Inequalities
Solution to Inequality
Graphing Systems of Linear
Inequality
Graphical Method in Solving
Linear Programming Problems
Trigonometric Function of a General
Chapter 2
Angle
Coordinates on a Line and Plane
Angle in Standard Position
Trigonometric Functions of a
General Angle
Quadrant Signs of the Functions
Trigonometric Functions of
Quadrantal Angles
Circular Functions
Systems on Linear Equations and
Chapter 3
Matrices
Solving Linear Systems using the
Echelon and Gauss-Jordan
Methods
Addition and Subtraction of
Matrices
Multiplication of Matrices
Matrix Inverses
Solving Linear Systems using the
Inverse Methods
PRELIM EXAMINATION

Brainstor
ng

Chapter
4

Lecture
Discussio
Power
point
Video
Presentat
n

Chapter 5

Lecture
Discussio

6-8

A4, A5, A6

MIDTERM PERIOD
Polynomials
Definition, Terminologies
Degrees of Polynomials
Addition, Subtraction,
Multiplication, and Division of
Polynomials

9-10

B2, C2, D1

Radicals
Operating Radicals

Lecture
Discussio
Power
point
Video
Presentat
n

Free
Discussio
Power
point

Lecture
Discussio
Power
point
Video
Presentat
n

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Rationalizing Radicals

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

Power
point
Video
Presentat
n

FINAL PERIOD
Lecture
Chapter 5
Quadratic Equation
Discussio
Power
The Standard Form of Quadratic
point
Equation
Video
A Root of a Quadratic
Presentat
Solution by Factoring
11-12
4
B2, C2, D1
n
Completing the Square
The Quadratic Formula
The Discriminant
Proof of the Quadratic Formula
Word Problems Leading to
Quadratic Equations
Sequences and Series
Lecture
Chapter 6
Discussio
Terminologies and Notation
Power
Applying Formulas of Sequence
point
and Series to Word Problems
Increasing and Decreasing
Video
Presentat
Sequences
n
Convergence and Divergence
12-14
6
A7, B3, C3, D1
Infinite Sequences and Series
Functions
and Graphs and Student Outcomes:
19. Course Outcomes and Relationship to Course Objectives
Functions
and OBJECTIVES
Their Graphs:
COURSE
STUDENT
Symmetry
COURSE OUTCOMES
OUTCOMES
C Drawing
Graphs
of Functions
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
CO
O
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a b c d e f g h i
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Solving
Equations
using
Graphing
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Technology
A1. Identify algebraic processes in determining

FINAL EXAMINATION
14 and2properties of relations and
characteristics
functions.

A2. Identify, describe, and graph a variety of

A3. Apply knowledge of given functions to real


A4. Identify and familiarize systems of

equations
and
systemsprocesses
of inequalities.

B1.
Perform
algebraic
in determining
5
B2. Solve and graph a variety of equations,

inequalities, relations and functions.



B3. Apply knowledge of given functions to real
B4. Solve systems of equations and systems of
inequalities.

C1.
10Analyze the characteristics and properties
C2. Analyze the graph a variety of equations,

inequalities, relations and functions.


C3. Analyze worded problems that apply
knowledge of given functions to real world
problems.
C4.
15Analyze systems of equations and systems
of inequalities.
D1. Analyze and solve mathematical problems.

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Prepared by:
GRACELY J. CARSON
Date: August 25, 2016

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