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# Faculty of Resource Science and Technology, UNIMAS

COURSE TITLE

MATHEMATICS (Matematik) STK1143 3 None This course discusses algebra and calculus. This course will emphasize solving simple equations and inequalities, sketching graphs of different functions, differentiation and integration and their applications and partial derivatives. (Kursus ini membincangkan algebra dan kalkulus. Kursus ini akan menekankan penyelesian persamaan dan ketaksamaan, melakarkan graf fungsi, pembezaan, pengamilan dan aplikasi dan pembezaan separa.)

## COURSE CODE CREDIT PREREQUISITE/S SYNOPSIS

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course, students will be able to: o solve simple algebraic problems (C1, CT) o apply differentiation rules to find derivatives of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions (CT) o show how differentiation is applied in linear approximation, maximum or minimum values and curve sketching (P3, LL) o apply different techniques to integrate functions (A3) o select appropriate techniques to differentiate and integrate (TS) Lectures Tutorials Student-Centered Learning Self-Study Quizzes, Tests, & Examinations Total 28 8 6 69 9 120 Hour/s Hour/s Hour/s Hour/s Hour/s Hour/s

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## Faculty of Resource Science and Technology, UNIMAS

LEARNING UNITS 1.

Supervised Learning Hours Basic Algebraic Operations 3 Algebra and real numbers, exponents-Polynomials, coordinates, Equations, linear & quadratic,Inequalities Functions and Graphs Polynomial, Exponential, Logarithmic, Trigonometric; Transformations of functions, Composite functions; Inverse functions Limits and Continuity-Limits Tangent lines and rates of change, Continuity Differentiation Derivative as a function-Differentiation Rules; Derivative as a rate of change; Derivatives of trigonometric functions; Chain Rule & parametric equations; Derivatives of inverse functions & logarithms-Related rates; Implicit diff-Linearization & Differentials Applications of Derivatives Extreme values of functions; Mean value theorem-monotonic functions & first derivative test; concavity & curve sketching; underminate forms & L'Hopital Rule-Newton's method; Anti derivative-applied optimization Integration Estimating with finite sums; Fundamental theorem of calculus; Indefinite integrals & substitution rule; substitution & area between curves; logarithm defined as an integral Applications of Definite Integrals Volumes by slicing & rotation about an axis; volumes by cylindrical shells; exponential change & separable differential equations Techniques of Integration By parts; Trigonometric; By Partial Fractions; tables; 3

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ASSESSMENT

## Tutorials Assignments Mid-Term Exam Final Exam Total 1.

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REFERENCES

Hass, J., M.D. Weir and G.B. Thomas. 2007. University calculus. Pearson Addison-Wesley, Pearson international ed., Boston. Faires, J. D.2007. Precalculus.Thomson Brooks/Cole, Belmont, CA. Aufmann, R.N., V.C. Barker and J.S. Lockwood. 2006. Intermediate algebra : an applied approach. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, MA.

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