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BFC 14003

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II

SECTION 1

GROUP MEMBERS:

1 MUHAMMAD AZRI BIN SAHARUM DF160088

2 MUHAMMAD HANIF BIN KOSNAN DF160063

3 MUHAMAD ZAHIN IMAN BIN ZABIDDI DF160055

4 RAZIQ FAWWAZ BIN RAZAKI DF160074

5 RD. KHIRILAKHBAR ARIF DF160002

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CONTENTS

TOPICS PAGES

APPRECIATION 3

1.0 INTRODUCTION 4

4.0 THEORIES 6

7.0 REFERENCE 11

8.0 APPENDIX 12

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APPRECIATION

opportunity to complete this assignment within the time given by our lecturer. We also want to

say thank you to our parent because they keep supporting us given words, money and facilities

that we need to solve any work or assignments that have been received.

Not to forget our friends who had been very helpful, thanks you very much for your

contribution of information as well as your cooperation in works and discussion till we can finish

the assignment completely.

Last but not least, we would like to thank to our lecture Dr. Nor Amani Filzah Binti Mohd

Kamil because she always helps and spends time although just for a while for us to complete this

assignment. Once again, thank you to all of our teammate who had helped so much in

completing this project.

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

with continuously varying functions such as velocity and acceleration, rate of change and

maximum and minimum value of curves. Calculus differentiation and integration was developed

to improve this understanding. Differentiation and integration can help us solve many types

of real-world problems. Calculus has widespread application in science and engineering and is

used to solve complicated problem for which algebra alone is insufficient. By using differential

equation, Mathematics is an aid to representing and attempting to resolve problem situations in

all disciplines. We use the derivative to determine the maximum and minimum values of

particular functions like cost, strength, amount of material used in a building, profit, loss, and

etc. Derivatives are met in many engineering and science problems, especially when modelling

the behavior of moving objects.

As a student in UTHM, we always keep hearing bad news about buses that didn’t follow

the university rule on speed in the university area. The speed that is allowed in university is 30

km/hr. Therefore, as an engineering student, we try investigate whether the bus driver didn’t

follow the rule or it’s just some rumors from students. So we try to figure it using theory of

physic and application of mathematic to define the speed of velocity of the buses and how long

going it takes if the bus diver follows the rule of 30km/hr in campus area for safety of student.

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3.0 STUDY AREA

Our study area is focused in area of University Tun Hussien Onn Malaysia (UTHM), that

is, the area from the bus stop at Faculty Vocational Technology Education (FPTV) to the bus stop

at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering (FKAAS). We select area in because, it is

bus routes between the library to other faculties. Therefore, this area is a good spot among

students waiting for the bus. So, this area is the area most suitable to serve as our study area.

We have been carrying out activities to collect data using kinematic methods in which to

find the displacement, velocity and acceleration. Bus stop at faculty vocational technology

education (FPTV) as point A, while the bus stops at the faculty of civil and environmental

engineering (FKAAS) as point B.

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FILA TABLE :

4.0 THEORIES

Kinematics deal with three quantities that is displacement, velocity and acceleration. An

accelerating object will change its velocity by the same amount in each of second. This is

referred to as a constant acceleration since the velocity is changing by a constant amount each

second. An object with a constant acceleration should not be confused with an object with a

constant velocity. If an object is changing its velocity (whether by a constant amount or a varying

amount) then it is an accelerating object. And an object with a constant velocity is not

accelerating. The data tables below depict motions of objects with a constant acceleration and a

changing acceleration. This is also similar to the mathematic topic that is “Rate Of Change” in

differential equation application where the subject should be derived and differentiate to solve

the problem occurred.

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5.0 CALCULATION

To calculate the velocity of bus, we manage to record time and distance by the help of

group members, we manage to record times that takes by the bus from point A to point B. Point

A we set up at bus stop Falkuti Pendidikan Teknologi Vocational (FPTV) and point B we set up

at bus stop Falkulti Kejuruteraan Awam dan Alam Sekitar (FKAAS) that is 500m distance

between two point.

1 42 sec

2 44 sec

3 40 sec

Avg. 42 sec

3

= 42 sec

km = 500 m

1000 m

=0.5 km

When the time is 42sec what speed of velocity of the bus in km/hr

(60x60) sec

7

= 42 sec

3600 sec

= 0.0117 hr

0.0117 hr

𝑑𝑉

𝑑𝑉

𝑑𝑡

𝑑𝑉

= 𝑘𝑉

𝑑𝑡

By using v (0) = 30

𝑑𝑉

= 𝑘𝑉

𝑑𝑡

1

∫ 𝑑𝑉 = ∫ 𝑘 𝑑𝑡

𝑉

ln V = kt + C

V = 𝑒 𝑘𝑡 + 𝑒 𝑐

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V = A𝑒 𝑘𝑡

t = 0, v = 30

30 = A𝑒 𝑘(0)

A = 30

By using v (50) = 35

t = 50 s, v = 35 km/hr

V = A𝑒 𝑘𝑡

35 = 30𝑒 𝑘(50)

k = 3.083× 10−3

Find t if the velocity of bus is 43 km/hr.

t = ?, v = 43 km/hr

−3 (𝑡)

43 = 30𝑒 3.083×10

t = 116.77 s

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6.0 DISCUSSION & CONCLUSION

After the investigation by using the simple physic rule and differential equation in

mathematic engineering we can conclude that most bus driver didn’t follow the 30 km/hr speed

limit rule in campus area. This is because most of them drive with the speed of velocity between

40-45 km/hr and this speed is totally out of the speed limit ranges that UTHM have provides to

the all diver and can give harmful or bad scenario to student nor to the university like accident.

When the speed of velocity is 43km/hr the time taken for the bus to stop at point B is 116.66 sec

with distance of half kilometer from point A.

In Conclusion, as a student or stuff when it’s come to rule we should follow all the rule

and regulation that have been provided to us in term of safety. The speed limit that is allowed in

campus areas is 30 km/hr and if any driver didn’t follow it will cause some dangerous to any

other student. Therefore, the university should warn the bus driver or take an action to them so

that they can follow the speed rule that is allowed in campus areas. And we also as engineering

student should use what we have learn and applied it the knowledge that we have to solve all the

problem because everything is related to application of mathematics and science in real life.

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7.0 REFERENCE

1. Reference Book

Basic Engineering Mathematic, Fifth edition John Bird.

2. Website: http://sdrc.uthm.edu.my/docs/SDRC-TR1.pdf

3. Website:https://www.khanacademy.org/search?search_again=1&page_search_query=Ho

w+to+determine+first+order+equation+rate+%28k%29

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8.0 APPENDIX

Sikun Jaya company, bus that being use by Uthm as a public transport in campus area.

UTHM Map

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