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BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

POLYTECHNICS MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION MALAYSIA DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER

COURSE INSTRUCTIONAL DURATION CREDIT ( S ) PREREQUISITE(S)

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BA101 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 15 WEEKS 2 NONE

SYNOPSIS ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 exposes students to algebra through theory, practical and tutorial which focuses on standard form, index and logarithm, geometry and measurement as well as coordinate geometry and graph. This course also explains the basic concept of trigonometry and its functions in solving problems.

LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. show all the relevant steps in solving simultaneous linear equations with two variables and quadratic equations by using various methods based on basic algebraic concept. 2. perform algebraic operations in standard form and simplify indices and logarithmic expressions by using index and logarithm rules in solving related problems. 3. apply the fundamental of trigonometric functions, sine and cosine rules, basic trigonometric identities, formula of compound-angle and double-angle in solving simple trigonometric equations. 4. determine angles, arc length, area of a sector and segment by applying the Pythagoras Theorem, the properties of angles with transversal and parallel lines and properties of circles 5. calculate the length, perimeter, area and volume of specific and similar shapes by using appropriate formulae and concept of similarity. 6. demonstrate sketching and drawing of linear, quadratic and non-linear graphs accurately to solve simultaneous equations based on intersection points between two lines.
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SUMMARY

BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

(30 LECTURE : 15 PRACTICAL)

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BASIC ALGEBRA This topic introduces basic algebraic concept and its use in solving linear equations, simultaneous linear equations with two variables and quadratic equations. STANDARD FORM, INDEX AND LOGARITHM This topic introduces the standard form, index and logarithm rules and their applications to simplify expression and problem solving. The use of calculator is emphasised. TRIGONOMETRY This topic explains the fundamental concept of trigonometric functions particularly the six trigonometric ratios of special angles and simple trigonometric basic identities. The topic also explain about sine and cosine rules. Skills using trigonometric identities, sine and cosine rules, formula of compound-angle and doubleangle to solve simple trigonometric equations will be discussed. GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT This topic explains the properties of angles with transversal and parallel lines and the properties of angles in a circle. The characteristics of a tangent to a circle are discussed to solve angular problems. The Pythagoras Theorem is applied to solve problems related to angle and length. The topic also explains methods of calculating arc length, surface area and volume. The concepts of similarity and how to calculate the length, area and volume for any similar shapes also will be discussed. COORDINATE GEOMETRY AND GRAPH This topic includes solving coordinate geometry problems using graphs and formulas. Emphasis will be given to the techniques of drawing straight lines and quadratic graph to ensure accuracy in solving linear and quadratic equations. The topic also emphasis how to sketch cubic and reciprocal graph of functions.

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BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

SYLLABUS

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BASIC ALGEBRA 1.1 Understand basic algebra 1.1.1 Simplify algebraic fractions. 1.1.2 Solve algebraic fractions using: a. addition b. subtraction c. multiplication d. division 1.1.3 Perform conversion of formulas. Understand quadratic equations 1.2.1 Solve quadratic equations by using factorization. 1.2.2 Solve quadratic equations by using quadratic formula. 1.2.3 Solve quadratic equations by using completing squares. Understand simultaneous linear equations with two variables 1.3.1 Solve simultaneous linear equations by using the elimination method. 1.3.2 Solve simultaneous linear equations by using the substitution method.

1.2

1.3

2.0

STANDARD FORM, INDEX AND LOGARITHM 2.1 Know standard form 2.1.1 Convert real number to standard form and vice-versa. 2.1.2 Perform algebraic operations in standard form. Know the rules of indices. 2.2.1 State the index rules. 2.2.2 Apply the index rules to find the product of index number. 2.2.3 Apply the index rules to find the quotient of index number. 2.2.4 Simplify expressions related to indices. Know the rules of logarithm. 2.3.1 State the logarithm rules. 2.3.2 Express the index number in logarithm form. 2.3.3 Find the value of a logarithm. 2.3.4 Apply the logarithm rules to find the value of logarithms. 2.3.5 Change the base of logarithms. 2.3.6 Simplify logarithm expressions. 2.3.7 Solve equations that contain indices and logarithm expressions.

2.2

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TRIGONOMETRY 3.1 Understand the fundamental of trigonometric functions. 3.1.1 Define sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant and cotangent. 3.1.2 Use quadrant to determine the value of trigonometric functions (positive and negative angles). 3.1.3 State the values of the trigonometric ratios of the special angles (30o, 45o and 60o). 3.1.4 Find the values of the trigonometric functions involving special angles. 3.1.5 Use calculator to determine the value of trigonometric functions (including radian). Know trigonometric equations and identities. 3.2.1 State trigonometric basic identities. 3.2.2 State the formula of compound-angle and double-angle. 3.2.3 Solve simple trigonometric equations using the appropriate formula involving: a. three trigonometric basic identities b. formula of compound-angle c. formula of double-angle Understand sine and cosine rules. 3.3.1 State the sine and cosine rules. 3.3.2 Calculate the area of a triangle using the formula ab sin C. 3.3.3 Solve simple trigonometric problems using sine and cosine rules.

3.2

3.3

4.0

GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT 4.1 Understand properties of angles associated with transversal and parallel lines. 4.1.1 Define right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, adjacent angle, complementary angle and supplementary angle. 4.1.2 Identify transversals, corresponding angles, alternate angles and interior angles. 4.1.3 Find the values of corresponding angles, alternate angles and interior angles associated with parallel lines. 4.1.4 Solve problems involving properties of angles associated with transversals. Understand the properties of circles. 4.2.1 State the properties of an angle and chord in a circle. 4.2.2 State the properties of tangent on a circle. 4.2.3 Solve problems on the angles of cyclic quadrilaterals. Apply the Pythagoras Theorem. 4.3.1 Identify the hypotenuse of right-angled triangles. 4.3.2 Find the length of the missing side of a right-angled triangle using the Pythagoras Theorem. 4.3.3 Find the length of side of geometric shapes using Pythagoras Theorem.
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Solve problems using the Pythagoras Theorem.

Know the arc length, area of a sector and segment of a circle. 4.4.1 Convert an angle from degree to radian and vice-versa. 4.4.2 Calculate the arc length of a circle. 4.4.3 Compute the area of a sector. 4.4.4 Compute the area of a segment. Understand the perimeter, area and volume for specific shapes. 4.5.1 State the formula of the perimeter and area for rectangle, parallelogram, triangle and trapezium. 4.5.2 Compute the perimeter and area for rectangle, parallelogram, triangle and trapezium. 4.5.3 State the formula of the surface area and volume for sphere, hemisphere, cylinder, cube, cuboid, prism, pyramid and circular cone. 4.5.4 Compute the surface area and volume for sphere, hemisphere, cylinder, cube, cuboid, prism, pyramid and circular cone. Understand the concepts of similarity. 4.6.1 Identify if given shapes are similar. 4.6.2 Calculate the length of unknown side of two similar shapes. 4.6.3 Calculate the area and volume for any similar shapes.

4.5

4.6

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COORDINATE GEOMETRY AND GRAPH 5.1 Know the linear graphs. 5.1.1 Sketch a linear graph when given the gradient and point of interception. 5.1.2 Construct table of values for given linear functions. 5.1.3 Draw a linear graph. 5.1.4 Find the midpoint, distance and gradient between two points. 5.1.5 Solve simultaneous linear equations using linear graphs. Know the quadratic graphs. 5.2.1 Construct tables of values for given quadratic functions. 5.2.2 Draw graphs of quadratic functions. 5.2.3 Solve problems involving linear and quadratic equations using graph. 5.2.4 Solve problems involving two quadratic equations using graph. Know the basic form of non-linear graphs. 5.3.1 Sketch graphs of cubic functions. 5.3.2 Sketch graphs of reciprocal functions. (y = a/x)

5.2

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BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

ASSESSMENT

TYPES OF ASSESSMENT

The course assessment is carried out in two sections: i. ii. Continuous Assessment Final Examination (CA) (FE)

The percentage ratio of FE to CA should follow the guideline stated in the Arahan-Arahan Peperiksaan dan Kaedah Penilaian which is approved by the Lembaga Peperiksaan dan Penganugerahan Sijil/Diploma Politeknik.

CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT (CA): [ The total score of the CA components would be converted to the determined CA percentage ] Continuous assessment is carried out throughout the semester and comprises the followings: a. Quiz (minimum 3) b. Theory Test (minimum 2) c. Lab work (minimum 2) d. Other Assessment Task i. End - of- Chapter (minimum 2) ii. e- Quiz (minimum 2) 20% 30% 20% 20% 10%

[ Assessment Task above (a-c) to be executed during Lecture/Practical/ Tutorial hour)

FINAL EXAMINATION (FE):

Final examination is carried out at the end of the semester.

Note: 1. Refer to Assessment Specification Table for the details. 2.The percentage of Continuous Assessment may vary depending in courses.

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BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

COURSE : BA101 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1


COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

ASSESSMENT SPECIFICATIONS TABLE (AST)

1. Show all the relevant steps in solving simultaneous linear equations with two variables and quadratic equations by using various methods based on basic algebraic concept 2. Perform algebraic operations in standard form and simplify indices and logarithmic expressions by using index and logarithm rules in solving related problems 3. Apply the fundamental of triginometric functions, sine and cosine rules, basic trigonometric identities, formula of compound-angle and double-angle in solving simple trigonometric equations 4. Determine angles, arc length, area of a sector and segment by applying the Pythagoras' Theorem, the properties of angles with transversal and parallel lines and properties of circles 5. Calculate the length, perimeter, area and volume of specific and similar shapes by using appropriate formulae and concept of similarity 6. Demonstrate skecthing and drawing of linear, quadratic and non-linear graphs accurately to solve simultaneaous equations based on intersection points between two lines
ASSESSMENT TASK

CONTEXT
1 Basic Algebra BASIC ALGEBRA Quadratic Equations Simultaneous Linear Equations With Two Variables Standard Form STANDARD FORM, INDEX AND LOGARITHM Rules Of Indices Rules Of Logarithm Fundamental Of Trigonometric Functions TRIGONOMETRY Trigonometric Equations And Identities Sine And Cosine Rules Properties Of Angles Associated With Transversal And Parallel Lines Properties Of Circles Pythagoras Theorem GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT Arc Length, Area of a Sector and Segment of a Circle Perimeter, Area And Volume For Specific Shapes Concepts Of Similarity Linear Graphs COORDINATE GEOMETRY AND Quadratic Graphs GRAPH Basic Form Of Non-Linear Graphs TOTAL

CONSTRUCT (CLO) 2 3 4 5 6 L

Quiz M H L

Theory Test M H L

e-Quiz M H L

Labwork M H L

End-of-Chapter M H

Final Examination L M H


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 1 1

1 1 2

2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

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1 1 1

1 1 12 3 6 2

5 5

3 3

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10 5

6 3

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3 3

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4 3

2 2

10 5

7 3

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LEGEND:
Difficulty Level : L : Low M : Medium H : High

5 3 2

50% of the aspects can be answered correctly by more than 60% of the candidates 30% of the aspects can be answered correctly by more than 40% but less than 60% of the candidates 20% of the aspects can be answered correctly by less than 40% of the candidates

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REFERENCES

BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

Backhouse, J.K., Houldsworth, S.P.T. & Cooper, B.E.D. Pure Mathematics (2nd ed.). Bird, J.O. & May, A.J.C. (1997). Technician Mathematics 1 (3rd ed.). Longman. Robert Moyer. (1998). Trigonometry (3rd ed.). McGraw-Hill. Siti Aishah Sheikh Abdullah, Chng Pei Eng, Teoh Sian Hoon, Muniroh Hamat, Noor Aina Abdul Razak. (2006). First Engineering Mathematics. (2nd ed.). McGrawHill. Stroud, K.A. (2007). Engineering Mathematics (6th ed.). Palgrave Macmillan. Thorning, D.W.S & Sadler. (1999). Understanding Pure Mathematics, Oxford University Press.

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DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENT LEARNING TIME COURSE CREDIT


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Activities COD E SL T

Lecture Lecture hours Assessment Task

hour(s) x

15

week(s)

30

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I [] [] [] ] P

(Theory Test/Quiz) 2

Self Learning: Theory Preparation before theory class viz. review/download lesson notes. Preparation after theory class viz. additional references, discussion group, discussion with lecturers. Preparation for theory test. Practical Lab work Skill/Practical test Field work Survey/research [ 1 hour(s) x [ [ [ [ ] ] ] ] 15 week(s)

15

15

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[ [ ] ]

- Studio work - Workshop - Simulation - Outdoors

[ ] Critique Oral Presentation [ ]


I [] [] []

Self Learning: Practical Preparation before practical class/field work/survey viz. review notes, checklist/labsheets and/or tools and equipment. Preparation after practical class/field work/survey viz. additional references, discussion session and report writing. Preparation before studio work presentation/critique. Preparation for practical test. Tutorial Other Assessment Task Capstone Project (Final Project) Presentation Reflective Journal Case Study Industrial Visit Total L P I T O Lecture Practical [ [ [ [ [ ] ] ] ] ] Portfolio Peer Assessment Self Assessment End-of-Chapter [ ] Essay Question Observation Discussion Project e-Quiz

15

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T O [ [ [ [ ] ] ] ]

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0 5

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Self Learning
Tutorial Other Assessment Task SLT (Student Learning Time) Credit = SLT/40

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TABLE OF LEARNING DOMAINS COURSE : BA101 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS


Cognitive Domain C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 P1 Psychomotor Domain P2 P3 P4 P5 A1 Affective Domain A2 A3 A4 A5

No.
1.0 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2

Specific Outcome
BASIC ALGEBRA Understand Basic Algebra Simplify algebraic fractions. Solve algebraic fractions using: a. addition b. subtraction c. multiplication d. division Perform conversion of formulas. Understand quadratic equations. Solve quadratic equations by using factorization. Solve quadratic equations by using quadratic formula. Solve quadratic equations by using completing squares. Understand simultaneous linear equations with two variables Solve simultaneous linear equations by using the elimination method. Solve simultaneous linear equations by using the substitution method. STANDARD FORM, INDEX AND LOGARITHM Know standard form Convert real number to standard form and vice-versa. Perform algebraic operations in standard form. Know the rules of indices. State the index rules. Apply the index rules to find the product of index number. Apply the index rules to find the quotient of index number. Simplify expressions related to indices. Know the rules of logarithm. State the logarithm rules.

1.1.3 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 2.0 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.3 2.3.1

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2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7 3.0 3.1 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3

Specific Outcome
Express the index number in logarithm form. Find the value of a logarithm. Apply the logarithm rules to find the value of logarithms. Change the base of logarithms. Simplify logarithm expressions. Solve equations that contain indices and logarithm expressions. TRIGONOMETRY Understand the fundamental of trigonometric functions. Define sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant and cotangent. Use quadrant to determine the value of trigonometric functions (positive and negative angles) State the values of the trigonometric ratios of the special angles. (30o, 45o and 60o) Find the values of the trigonometric functions involving special angles. Use calculator to determine the value of trigonometric functions (including radian). Know trigonometric equations and identities. State trigonometric basic identities State the formula of compound-angle and double-angle Solve simple trigonometric equations using the appropriate formula involving: a. three trigonometric basic identities b. formula of compound-angle c. formula of double-angle Understand sine and cosine rules. State the sine and cosine rules. Calculate the area of a triangle using the formula ab sin C. Solve simple trigonometric problems using sine and cosine rules. GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT Understand properties of angles associated with transversal and parallel lines.

C1

Cognitive Domain C2 C3 C4 C5

C6

P1

Psychomotor Domain P2 P3 P4 P5

A1

Affective Domain A2 A3 A4 A5

3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 4.0 4.1

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Cognitive Domain No. Specific Outcome C1


4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.3 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.4 4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 4.4.4 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 Define right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, adjacent angle, complementary angle and supplementary angle. Identify transversals, corresponding angles, alternate angles and interior angles. Find the values of corresponding angles, alternate angles and interior angles associated with parallel lines. Solve problems involving properties of angles associated with transversals. Understand the properties of circles. State the properties of an angle and chord in a circle. State the properties of tangent on a circle. Solve problems on the angles of cyclic quadrilaterals. Apply the Pythagoras Theorem. Identify the hypotenuse of right-angled triangles. Find the length of the missing side of a right-angled triangle using the Pythagoras Theorem. Find the length of side of geometric shapes using Pythagoras Theorem. Solve problems using the Pythagoras Theorem. Know the arc length, area of a sector and segment of a circle. Convert an angle from degree to radian and vice-versa. Calculate the arc length of a circle. Compute the area of a sector. Compute the area of a segment. Understand the perimeter, area and volume for specific shapes. State the formula of the perimeter and area for rectangle, parallelogram, triangle and trapezium. Compute the perimeter and area for rectangle, parallelogram, triangle and trapezium. State the formula of the surface area and volume for sphere, hemisphere, cylinder, cube, cuboid, prism, pyramid and circular cone.

Psychomotor Domain C6 P1

Affective Domain A1

C2

C3

C4

C5

P2

P3

P4

P5

A2

A3

A4

A5

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No. 4.5.4 4.6 4.6.1 4.6.2 4.6.3 5.0 5.1 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 5.1.5 5.2 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.3 5.3.1 5.3.2

Specific Outcome Compute the surface area and volume for sphere, hemisphere, cylinder, cube, cuboid, prism, pyramid and circular cone. Understand the concepts of similarity. Identify if given shapes are similar. Calculate the length of unknown side of two similar shapes. Calculate the area and volume for any similar shapes. COORDINATE GEOMETRY AND GRAPH Know the linear graphs. Sketch a linear graph when given the gradient and point of interception. Construct table of values for given linear functions Draw a linear graph. Find the midpoint, distance and gradient between two points. Solve simultaneous linear equations using linear graphs. Know the quadratic graphs. Construct tables of values for given quadratic functions. Draw graphs of quadratic functions. Solve problems involving linear and quadratic equations using graph. Solve problems involving two quadratic equations using graph. Know the basic form of non-linear graphs. Sketch graphs of cubic functions Sketch graphs of reciprocal functions. (y=a/x) TOTAL

C1

C2

Cognitive Domain C3 C4 C5

C6

P1

Psychomotor Domain P2 P3 P4 P5

A1

Affective Domain A2 A3 A4

A5

21 4 40 0 0 0 21 3

30

18

26

15

Legend Cognitive Domain C1 Knowledge C2 Comprehensive C3 Application C4 Analysis C5 Synthesis C6 Evaluation Psychomotor Domain P1 Imitate P2 Manipulate P3 Precision P4 Articulation P5 Naturalization Affective Domain Receiving Phenomena Responding to Phenomena Valuing Organizing Values Internalizing Values

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5

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MATRIX OF SPECIFIC OUTCOMES Vs CLO, GSA AND LEARNING DOMAINS COURSE : BA101 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO) Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1.

BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

show all the relevant steps in solving simultaneous linear equations with two variables and quadratic equations by using various methods based on basic algebraic concept. perform algebraic operations in standard form and simplify indices and logarithmic expressions by using index and logarithm rules in solving related problems. apply the fundamental of trigonometric functions, sine and cosine rules, basic trigonometric identities, formula of compoundangle and double-angle in solving simple trigonometric equations. determine angles, arc length, area of a sector and segment by applying the Pythagoras Theorem, the properties of angles with transversal and parallel lines and properties of circles calculate the length, perimeter, area and volume of specific and similar shapes by using appropriate formulae and concept of similarity. demonstrate sketching and drawing of linear, quadratic and non-linear graphs accurately to solve simultaneous equations based on intersection points between two lines.
CLO
LD 3 GSA 4 CLO 1 CLO 4 CLO 5 CLO 6 CLO2 CLO3 LD 1 LD 2

GSA & LD
LD 4 GSA 3 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 6 GSA 2 GSA 5

No

Specific Outcome

*Recommended Teaching & Learning Strategy

1.0 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2

BASIC ALGEBRA Understand Basic Algebra Simplify algebraic fractions. Solve algebraic fractions using:

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Peer assisted of Other Students

Note:
*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics LD 4 Social Skills LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

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GSA & LD
LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 6 GSA 2 GSA 5 CLO 4 CLO 5 CLO 6 LD 1

CLO 1

CLO2

CLO3

a. addition b. subtraction c. multiplication d. division 1.1.3 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 2.0 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 Perform conversion of formulas. Understand quadratic equations. Solve quadratic equations by using factorization. Solve quadratic equations by using quadratic formula. Solve quadratic equations by using completing squares. Understand simultaneous linear equations with two variables Solve simultaneous linear equations by using the elimination method. Solve simultaneous linear equations by using the substitution method. STANDARD FORM, INDEX AND LOGARITHM Know standard form Convert real number to standard form and viceversa. Perform algebraic operations in standard form. Lecture Question & Answer Practical, peer assisted of other students Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Problem Solving in Group, Computer Assisted Learning

LD 2

No

Specific Outcome

*Recommended Teaching & Learning Strategy

Note:
*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics LD 4 Social Skills LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

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GSA & LD
LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 6 GSA 2 GSA 5 CLO 4 CLO 5 CLO 6 LD 1

CLO 1

CLO2

CLO3

2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7 3.0 3.1

Know the rules of indices. State the index rules. Apply the index rules to find the product of index number. Apply the index rules to find the quotient of index number. Simplify expressions related to indices. Know the rules of logarithm. State the logarithm rules. Express the index number in logarithm form. Find the value of a logarithm. Apply the logarithm rules to find the value of logarithms. Change the base of logarithms. Simplify logarithm expressions. Solve equations that contain indices and logarithm expressions. TRIGONOMETRY Understand the fundamental of trigonometric functions. Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Problem solving in group, Rounds (giving turn to students to talk) Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Writing reflections on learning (3-4 minutes)

Note:
*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics LD 4 Social Skills LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

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No

Specific Outcome

*Recommended Teaching & Learning Strategy

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GSA & LD
LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 6 GSA 2 GSA 5 CLO 4 CLO 5 CLO 6 LD 1

CLO 1

CLO2

CLO3

3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3

Define sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant and cotangent. Use quadrant to determine the value of trigonometric functions (positive and negative angles) State the values of the trigonometric ratios of the o o o special angles. (30 , 45 and 60 ) Find the values of the trigonometric functions involving special angles. Use calculator to determine the value of trigonometric functions (including radian). Know trigonometric equations and identities. State trigonometric basic identities State the formula of compound-angle and doubleangle Solve simple trigonometric equations using the appropriate formula involving: a. three trigonometric basic identities b. formula of compound-angle c. formula of double-angle

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Group discussion

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Students producing mind maps in class,

Note:
*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics LD 4 Social Skills LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

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LD 2

No

Specific Outcome

*Recommended Teaching & Learning Strategy

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BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

GSA & LD
LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 6 GSA 2 GSA 5 CLO 4 CLO 5 CLO 6 LD 1

CLO 1

CLO2

CLO3

3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 4.0 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2

Understand sine and cosine rules. State the sine and cosine rules. Calculate the area of a triangle using the formula ab sin C. Solve simple trigonometric problems using sine and cosine rules. GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT Understand properties of angles associated with transversal and parallel lines. Define right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, adjacent angle, complementary angle and supplementary angle. Identify transversals, corresponding angles, alternate angles and interior angles. Find the values of corresponding angles, alternate angles and interior angles associated with parallel lines. Solve problems involving properties of angles associated with transversals. Understand the properties of circles. State the properties of an angle and chord in a circle. State the properties of tangent on a circle. Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Buzz group (short discussion in two)

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Writing reflections on learning (3-4 minutes)

Lecture Question & Answer

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*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics LD 4 Social Skills LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

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LD 2

No

Specific Outcome

*Recommended Teaching & Learning Strategy

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BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

GSA & LD
LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 6 GSA 2 GSA 5 CLO 4 CLO 5 CLO 6 LD 1 LD 2

CLO 1

CLO2

4.2.3 4.3 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.4 4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 4.4.4 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2

Solve problems on the angles of cyclic quadrilaterals. Apply the Pythagoras Theorem. Identify the hypotenuse of right-angled triangles. Find the length of the missing side of a right-angled triangle using the Pythagoras Theorem. Find the length of side of geometric shapes using Pythagoras Theorem. Solve problems using the Pythagoras Theorem. Know the arc length, area of a sector and segment of a circle. Convert an angle from degree to radian and viceversa. Calculate the arc length of a circle. Compute the area of a sector. Compute the area of a segment. Understand the perimeter, area and volume for specific shapes. State the formula of the perimeter and area for rectangle, parallelogram, triangle and trapezium. Compute the perimeter and area for rectangle, parallelogram, triangle and trapezium.

Practical, Buzz group (short discussion in two)

CLO3

No

Specific Outcome

*Recommended Teaching & Learning Strategy

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Student class presentations

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Rounds (giving turns to individual students to talk)

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Students producing mind maps

Note:
*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics LD 4 Social Skills LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

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BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

GSA & LD
LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 6 GSA 2 GSA 5 CLO 4 CLO 5 CLO 6 LD 1

CLO 1

CLO2

CLO3

4.5.3 4.5.4 4.6 4.6.1 4.6.2 4.6.3 5.0 5.1 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 5.1.5 5.2 5.2.1

State the formula of the surface area and volume for sphere, hemisphere, cylinder, cube, cuboid, prism, pyramid and circular cone. Compute the surface area and volume for sphere, hemisphere, cylinder, cube, cuboid, prism, pyramid and circular cone. Understand the concepts of similarity. Identify if given shapes are similar. Calculate the length of unknown side of two similar shapes. Calculate the area and volume for any similar shapes. COORDINATE GEOMETRY AND GRAPH Know the linear graphs. Sketch a linear graph when given the gradient and point of interception. Construct table of values for given linear functions Draw a linear graph. Find the midpoint, distance and gradient between two points. Solve simultaneous linear equations using linear graphs. Know the quadratic graphs. Construct tables of values for given quadratic

in class

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Peer assisted of other students

LD 2

No

Specific Outcome

*Recommended Teaching & Learning Strategy

Lecture Question & Answer Practical, Student class presentations

Lecture Question & Answer

Note:
*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics LD 4 Social Skills LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

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BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

GSA & LD
LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 6 GSA 2 GSA 5 CLO 4 CLO 5 CLO 6 LD 1 LD 2

CLO 1

CLO2

functions. 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.3 5.3.1 5.3.2 Draw graphs of quadratic functions. Solve problems involving linear and quadratic equations using graph. Solve problems involving two quadratic equations using graph. Know the basic form of non-linear graphs. Sketch graphs of cubic functions. Sketch graphs of reciprocal functions. (y = a/x)

Practical, problem solving in group, Student class presentations, creating solutions

CLO3

No

Specific Outcome

*Recommended Teaching & Learning Strategy

Lecture Question & Answer Practical , Student class presentations

Note:
*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics LD 4 Social Skills LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

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