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University College

General Education Program

Course Name:

Course Code:

Course Pre-requisites:

Course Co-requisites:

Credit hours:

Instructors Name:

Telephone:

Class Location:

Office Location:

Course Syllabus

Spring 2013-2014

Mathematics for Science and Technology

MTT 101

MTG 100 with a minimum grade of C or Placement in MTT 101 according to

the MPT

None

3 Credit

Jaya Sunil Kumar

02-5015734

AD-B-G39

2F-D159

E-mail:

Jaya.kumar@adu.ac.ae

Class Time:

3:00 4:30 PM

Office Hours:

SU/TU 2:00 -3:00PM

1. Course Description

A course that provides students with background of mathematical skills essential for progression to the

study of Calculus and further engineering mathematics.

Topics include the review of Basic Algebra; Linear, Quadratic, Exponential, and Logarithmic functions

and equations (Analysis and graphs). It also includes the studying of Trigonometric Functions and

equations (including graphs and their inverses). The course defines the polar coordinates as well as the

complex numbers and explains in details the system of equations and the use of Matrices and

Determinants to solve it.

2. Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

1. demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts functions and their associated graphs

2. distinguish between exponential and logarithm functions and their properties

3. solve and graph trigonometric functions and their transformations

4. get acquainted with complex numbers and polar coordinate using Demoivres and nth root

theorem

5. apply matrix and their properties in solving system of linear equations

6. develop the skills of using graphing calculators in mathematical concepts in promote selflearning and critical thinking

Course Learning

Outcome

1. Demonstrate an

understanding of the

basic concepts

functions and their

associated graphs

2. Distinguish between

exponential and

logarithm functions

and their properties

trigonometric

functions and their

transformations

Goal 2: Critical thinking, analytical and

quantitative reasoning

demonstrate logical, mathematical and

statistical thinking in dealing with

numbers;

demonstrate problem -solving and

informed decision -making skills.

Goal 3: Technology and computer

literacy

demonstrate the use of various

technologies and software applications

such as presentations, databases,

spreadsheets, and network virtual drive

etc., to improve the quality of their

work;

apply basic computer skills identify,

retrieve, manage, store, analyze, and

communicate ideas and information;

and IT applications in their course

work

Goal 2: Critical thinking, analytical and

quantitative reasoning

demonstrate logical, mathematical and

statistical thinking in dealing with

numbers;

critically analyze others thinking and

present their own thoughts in a logical

manner;

demonstrate problem -solving and

informed decision -making skills.

Goal 3: Technology and computer

literacy

demonstrate the use of various

technologies and software applications

such as presentations, databases,

spreadsheets, and network virtual drive

etc., to improve the quality of their

work;

Goal 2: Critical thinking, analytical and

quantitative reasoning

demonstrate logical, mathematical and

statistical thinking in dealing with

numbers;

demonstrate problem -solving and

informed decision -making skills.

2

Assessment Tool(s)

On line-assignment

Hard copy

assignment/class work

Project 1

Quiz 1

Midterm

Final Exam

Assignment on Line

Hard copy

assignment/class work

Quiz 1

Midterm

Final Exam

Assignment on Line

Hard copy

assignment/class work

Project 2

Quiz 2

Midterm

Final Exam

literacy

demonstrate the use of various

technologies and software applications

such as presentations, databases,

spreadsheets, and network virtual drive

etc., to improve the quality of their

work;

Goal 2: Critical thinking, analytical and

quantitative reasoning

demonstrate logical, mathematical and

statistical thinking in dealing with

numbers;

4. Get acquainted with

complex numbers and Goal 3: Technology and computer

polar coordinate

literacy

using Demoivres and demonstrate the use of various

nth root theorem

technologies and software applications

such as presentations, databases,

spreadsheets, and network virtual drive

etc., to improve the quality of their

work;

their properties in

solving system of

linear equations

using graphing

calculators in

mathematical

concepts in promote

self-learning and

critical thinking

Assignment on Line

Quiz 2

Final Exam

quantitative reasoning

demonstrate logical, mathematical and

statistical thinking in dealing with

numbers;

demonstrate problem -solving and

informed decision -making skills

Assignment on Line

Final Exam

literacy

demonstrate the use of various

technologies and software applications

such as presentations, databases,

spreadsheets, and network virtual drive

etc., to improve the quality of their

work;

apply basic computer skills identify,

retrieve, manage, store, analyze, and

communicate ideas and information;

and IT applications in their course

work

Assignment on Line

Project 1

Project 2

3. Weekly Outline

Week

1-2

3-4

5-7

8-9

10

11

12-13

14

Topic

Readings (Textbook)

Functions

Graphing Functions

Transformations of Functions

Operations on Functions

Inverse Functions

Project 1 (Graphs with applications)

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Exponential Functions

Logarithmic Functions

Exponential and Logarithmic Equations

Quiz 1 (Chapters 3 & 5)

Trigonometric Functions

Angles and Their Measure

Solving Right Triangles

Properties of Trigonometric Functions

More General Trigonometric Functions (Graphs)

Inverse of Trigonometric Functions

Project 2 (Graphs with applications)

Trigonometric Functions and Conditional Equations

Basic Identities and their Use

Sum and Difference Identities

Double-angle and Half-angle Identities

Product-to-Sum and Sum-to-Product Identities

Trigonometric Equations

Midterm (Chapters 3, 5, and 6)

Additional Topics in Trigonometry

Law of Sines

Law of Cosines

Chapter 3

Sec 3.2 Sec 3.3

&

Sec 3.5 Sec 3.6

Chapter 5

Sec 5.1, Sec 5.3, 5.5

Chapter 6

Sec 6.1

and

Sec 6.3 Sec 6.6

Chapter 7

Sec 7.1- 7.5

Chapter 8

Sec 8.1 Sec 8.2

Polar Coordinates

Polar Coordinates and Graphs

Complex Coordinates and Demoivres Theorem

Quiz 2 (Chapters 7 & 8)

Systems of Equations and Matrices

Solving System of Linear Equations using Gauss-Jordan

Elimination

Matrix Operations

Solving System of Linear Equations using Inverse

Matrix Methods

Determinants and Cramers Rule

Partial Fraction Decomposition

Review

Chapter 8 (continue)

Sec 8.4 Sec 8.5

Chapter 10

Sec 10.2 Sec 10.5

Hand outs

All chapters above

The instructors will expect students to participate actively in their own learning. Learning activities will

include lectures, class work, homework exercises, project, group discussion, and some group activities. Both

group and individual work will be expected. Students will be expected to use the MathLab for on-line

homework as well as extra practice to enhance the learning and fulfill their individual study plan.

Students will also be expected to read the textbooks or other assigned reading outside of class and to

participate in the critical evaluation of the material through small-group, class discussion and

individual/team project.

5. Textbook and Learning Materials

a. Textbook

Precalculus seventh Edition

2011 | Barnett, Ziegler, Byleen, Sobecki | McGraw-Hill Higher Education USA

b. Internet and World Wide Web Site

www.Connect.com

www.webgraphing.com

www.desmos.com

c. Other Resources

Handouts may be given to students

Precalculus, Seventh Edition

2007 | Demana, Waits, Foley, Kennedy | Pearson Education USA

College Algebra with Trigonometry, Ninth Edition

2011 | Barnett, Ziegler, Byleen, Sobecki | McGraw-Hill Higher Education USA

6. Assessment of Student Learning

Assessment Weights and Descriptions

Assessment Tool

Assignment on-line

Percentage

10%

10%

Project

10%

Quizzes

20%

Midterm Exam

20%

Final Exam

30%

Description

Students will be given at least one assignment

for each chapter throughout the course.

Assignments will be given on line on Connect

as part of the self learning.

Student will be given graphing manually

assignment on chapters 3, 5, and 6to enhance

the learning of graphing manually.

Students will be given two projects to graph

functions on any graphing tool (Graphing

calculator, web graphing, etc.) and apply an

application on it (5% each)

Students will be given two quizzes to ascertain

the students understanding of the material

covered in the course (10% each).

Quiz 1 includes chapters 3 and 5

Quiz 2 includes chapters 7 and 8

It will evaluate the students understanding of

topics covered and discussed in chapters 3, 5,

and 6

It covers all the material studied in the course.

7. Grading Key

Grade

A

B+

B

C+

C

D+

D

F

I

Percentage

90-100

85-89

80-84

75-79

70-74

65-69

60-64

Less than 60

N/A

Grade Point

4

3.5

3

2.5

2

1.5

1

0.0

0.0

8. Attendance

For all students, absence is marked at a maximum of 30% of total class time. Final dismissals (WA) will be

posted on the students academic record. The calculation of the absence percentage is based on the total

number of class meetings, regardless of the length of the meetings. For example, if a class meets once a

week for 15 weeks, then a student would need 5 absences to reach the 30% threshold.

Students will be considered absent if they do not arrive on time for a lesson. Taking attendance will start on

the first day of classes and will continue until the last day of classes in the semester.

Final Dismissal will not be waived under any circumstances. The Registrar's Office will accept excuses

only from students missing an exam/major assignment due to absence. Students will be permitted to take a

make-up exam, if its weight is at least 10% of the course total mark upon approval of a legitimate excuse.

Exams/Tests will be repeated when serious reasons similar to the following take place and documented

evidence are submitted to the Office of the Registrar on the day student returns to class.

Hospitalization,

Contagious Disease,

Death, may God forbid, of an immediate family member (father, mother, sibling, husband, son,

daughter, grandparent),

Car Accident,

Job Requirement (special assignment), with prior written approval from the Office of the Registrar

Al Haj

Al Umra trips are not valid excuses for students to be absent.

Al Haj

If the student wishes to leave for Al Haj, the instructor has to be informed in advance. If a mid-term exam

happens to be scheduled during that period, the student will have the right for a makeup exam. If a final

exam happens to be scheduled during that period, the student will be asked to file an incomplete with the

Office of the Registrar. In this case, the student has to submit evidence that he/she has been to Al Haj (i.e.

passport showing entry date to and/or exit date from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia).

In the case of excused absence for a final exam, the student has to apply for an Incomplete (I) grade at

the Office of the Registrar within 48 hours of the exam.

9. Academic Integrity

The mission of ADU includes developing students sense of ethics, morality, and social responsibility.

Students at ADU have the fundamental obligation to conduct themselves with utmost integrity. To ensure

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an education environment characterized with Academic integrity (AI), ADU has revised its Academic

Integrity Policy (AIP).

The revised Academic Integrity Policy (AIP) copies available on the intranet under the link of the Office

of Academic Integrity (OAI) has identified violations of AI punishable by serious penalties, including

dismissal from ADU. The types of violations identified in AIP, along with the description and examples

of each violation, are:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Cheating

Plagiarism

Fabrication of data

Presenting false credentials

Collusion

Free Riding

At the beginning of each semester, your instructor will review the essential elements of AIP in class and will

describe the intrinsic values of compliance, and the consequences of non-compliance (i.e., penalties) with

the Policy. In addition, OAI undertakes a widespread AI Awareness Campaign at the beginning of each

semester to educate students about AI issues and the ways students can avoid violations.

In view of resources provided by ADU in this regard, all students are expected to strictly comply with the

tenet of AIP and conduct themselves with highest degree of integrity and ethical conduct. Students in need

of additional information or assistance are requested to seek help from OAI.

Failure to comply with the provisions of AIP will have severe consequences, including dismissal from

ADU.

10. Learning Support Center (LSC)

LSC is a free of charge to all ADU students by students mentors as well as faculty.

LSC operating under the University College (UC) is an academic support resource designed to

assist students to cope with the University basics delivered in the UC.

LSC is located at the entrance of the library in both sides male and female in AD campus and in AA

campus.

LSC is open daily from Sunday to Thursday from 10:00am to 5:00pm

11. Miscellaneous

Mobile phones: A student whose mobile phone rings during class will be asked to leave the

classroom and will receive a half absence. Should this happen during an exam, the student will not

be allowed to retake the exam at another time, while at the same time receiving a full absence.

Eating/Drinking/Smoking: Students will be requested to refrain from engaging in these activities

while in class.

Only emails from university-provided email accounts will be recognized and used in this course.

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