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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I

SUBJECT OUTLINE

April 2014

SUBJECT OUTLINE

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1

2 Subject Code

3 Learning hours 120

Credit Points 12

Contact hours 14 x 6 hours lecture/tutorial

4 Minimum Qualification and Civil Engineering Degree with 2 Years

Experience Required by Relevant Experience

Instructors/Lecturers

5 Maximum Class Size Lectures: Indeterminate

Tutorials: 20 students

6 Pre-requisites None

7 Co-requisites None

8 Expected learning outcomes A student should be able to:

syllabus,

State and prove appropriate theorems,

explain how a theorem relates to

specic examples,

Apply the concepts and techniques of

the syllabus to solve appropriate

problems,

Prove specic and general results

given specied assumptions,

Use mathematical and other

terminology appropriately to

communicate information and

understanding,

Use the symbolic computing package

Matlab as an aid to solve appropriate

problems.

9 The Mode(s) of Delivery (i.e. This subject will consist of 2 strands each

Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, strand consisting of a 2 hour lecture and 1

Distance Education, Group hour tutorial.

Work etc.)

10a. Curricular Content in Terms of Topics and a Summary of Content Planned for

each Lecture/Tutorial Session/Seminar etc.

This subject is an introductory first year mathematics course taught by the Faculty of

Engineering Technology. By the time you nish the course you should understand the

concepts and techniques covered by the syllabus and have developed skills in applying

those concepts and techniques to the solution of appropriate problems. The subject is

divided in to two strands, Algebra and Calculus, and aims to

Promote appreciation of mathematics while developing in students enjoyment in

doing mathematical activities

Equip students, both technically and psychologically, to cope with the mathematics

they will meet in the later stages of your program.

use the symbolic computing package Matlab as an aid to solve problems that were

generally inaccessible just a generation ago

Each strand will consist of a 2 hour lecture followed by a 1 hour tutorial session.

10b.

Course Outline: ALGEBRA Course Outline: CALCULUS

Topic Lecture Topic Lecture

Complex numbers 1,2 & 3 Basic Algebra 1

Vectors in 2 space 4, 5, 6 & 7 Inequalities 2

and 3 space

Matrices and Linear 8, 9 & 10 Limits 3

equations

Vector Geometry 11, 12 & 13 Functions 4

Revision 14 Trigonometry 5

Logarithmic & 6

Exponential

functions

Hyperbolic 7

functions

Differential 8&9

functions

Curve sketching 10 & 11

Integration 12 & 13

Revision 14

10c. Course Syllabus

ALGEBRA SYLLABUS

LECTURE 1, 2 & 3

Definition of complex numbers and Cartesian complex numbers

The Argand diagram

Complex number addition, subtraction and multiplication.

Division, equality, real and imaginary parts, complex conjugates

Argand diagram, polar form, modulus, argument

De Moivres Theorem and Eulers Formula. Arithmetic of polar forms

Powers and roots of complex numbers. Binomial theorem and Pascals triangle

Trigonometry and geometry

Complex polynomials. Fundamental theorem of algebra, factorization of theorem,

factorization of complex polynomials of form , real linear and quadratic

factors of real polynomials

LECTURE 4, 5, 6 & 7

Vectors introduction

Vectors in 2 space (Anton, H. (2000). Chapter 2)

o Express a vector in two-dimensions (xy-plane) and 3-Space.

o Define vector addition subtraction, and scalar multiplication.

o Use basic operations, such as addition, subtraction, and scalar

multiplication to solve problems involving 2D vectors.

o Interpret 2D vectors geometrically.

o Find the mid-point of a line segment.

o Calculate the magnitude of a vector.

o Define and find the norm of a vector and the distance between two points.

o Show whether a given set of vectors are perpendicular or parallel.

Vectors in 3-space (Anton Section 3.1)

o Find the sum of two vectors

o Find the difference of two vectors

o Scalar multiple of a vector

o Identify component of a vector

o Represent vector sum, difference and scalar product geometrically

o Calculate the norm of a vector

o Distance between two vectors

o Prove the properties of norm

Apply properties of norm to solve problems in vectors

Lines and planes in 3-spaces, equation of a line and plane ( Anton, section 3.4)

o Find the point-normal form of the equation of a plane

o Find the general form of the equation of a plane

o Find equation of a plane passing through three or more points

o Find the vector form of the equation of a plane

o Find the equation of a line in parametric form

o Find the vector form of the equation of a line

o Find the intersection of a line and a plane

o Find the distance between a two plane and point and a plane

LECTURE 8, 9 & 10

o Evaluate determinant of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices using cross-multiplication

method and Cofactor expansion method

o Find the inverse of a 2x2 and 3x3 matrices using Cofactor method and

Gauss-Jordan elimination method

o Prove theorems related determinant, singularity, and invertibility

o Apply theorems to solve problems in invertibility, singularity and

determinant

o Solving system of equations via Gaussian elimination (ENGG MATH)

o Deducing solubility from row-echelon form. Solving systems with

indeterminate right hand side (ENGG MATH)

o General properties of solutions to . Applications (ENGG MATH)

o Dot product

Define dot product in two ways

Calculate dot product of two vectors

Derive component of dot product form using the angle form

Calculate the angle between two vectors using dot product

Show orthogonal vectors

Prove properties of dot product

Apply properties of dot product to solve problems

o Find orthogonal projection of one vector on to another vector

o Find the distance between a point and a line

o Derive a formula for finding distance between a point and a line

o Cross product

Define cross product

Calculate cross product of two vector

Prove relationship between dot product and cross product

State, prove, and apply Lagranges identity

Prove and apply properties of cross product

Interpret cross product geometrically

Apply cross product to solve geometric problems such as area of

triangle, parallelogram, etc.

o Define scalar triple product

o Calculate scalar triple product and interpret geometrically

CALCULUS SYLLABUS

LECTURE 1

Basics laws indices

Brackets , factorization

Simple equations

Simultaneous equations

Quadratic equations

Polynomial division

The factor theorem

The reminder theorem

LECTURE 2

Introduction to inequalities

Simple inequalities

Inequalities involving modulus

Inequalities involving quotients

Inequalities involving square functions

Quadratic inequalities

LECTURE 3

3- Limits (2 hours)

Informal denition of limit as x a (a nite). 2.1, 2.2 2.1, 2.2

Formal denition of limit as x.

Limit rules.

The pinching theorem.

LECTURE 4

Inverse functions (1.5 hours)

o Domain, range, inverse functions,

LECTURE 5

All trig curves , inverses etc

LECTURE 6

Introduction to logarithms

Laws of logarithms

Indicial equations

Graphs of logarithmic functions

The exponential function

The power series for

Graphs of exponential functions

LECTURE 7

Introduction to hyperbolic functions

Graphs of hyperbolic functions

LECTURE 8 & 9

Use of domain, range, intercepts, asymptotes, even or odd, calculus. (John Bird

19)

Parametrically dened curves (John Bird 29.1 and 29.2)

Relation between polar and Cartesian coordinates. (John Bird 13)

Sketching curves in polar coordinates. (?)

LECTURE 10 & 11

Denition of derivative via tangents

Derivatives of sums, products, quotients and composites. Rates of change. Higher

derivatives

Derivatives of polynomial, rational and trig functions.

Implicit dierentiation, fractional powers, logarithmic differentiation

Inverse trig functions, their derivatives and graphs (M2??)

LECTURE 12 & 13

The process of integration

Standard integrals ,indefinite integrals

Integration by substitution and change of limits

Integration by parts

Integration using partial fractions

Applications

11. Assessment Methods and Grading Criteria.

Task Value

Quizzes 40%

Matlab 10%

Total 100%

To obtain a passing grade in the subject students must obtain an aggregate mark of 50% or

better.

Quizzes

A total of 3 quizzes will be carried out for each strand. The details are shown in the table.

ALGEBRA CALCULUS

Quiz 1 10% , Week 4 10% Week 5

Quiz 2 10% , Week 8 10%, Week 9

Quiz 3 10%, Week 13 10%, Week 14

Matlab Test

A Matlab test will be held in week 10 and will be worth 10% . It is compulsory to do this

test.

Final Examination

A final examination will be carried out at the end of the session and will cover all the topics

taught in the class.

12. List of Reference Materials.

TEXTBOOK

York: John Willey & Sons, Inc.

2. Bird, J. (2010). Higher Engineering Mathematics. Taylor & Francis

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