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Subject Info
 Subject : MATHEMATICS 3
 Course : FOUNDATION IN SCIENCE
 Subject Code : FIS0234
 Subject Status : Major
 Semester : 1
 Assessment : 70%=Final Examination;
30%=Coursework

Learning Material
 Main Text: Shariff, A.A., Manaf, F.A., and
Mohamed, I., 2009, Mathematics: College Matriculation,
New Edition, IPTA Publication.

##  References : Haeussler, E.F., Paul, R.S., and Wood, R., 2005,

Introductory Mathematical Analysis, 11th Edition,
Pearson Prentice Hall.

## Blitzer, R. et al., 2008, Algebra & Trigonometry, 2nd Edition,

Pearson Prentice Hall.

Lecturer Schedule

Topic
Week (%) (%)
Series

## Sigma notation A.P. and G.P.

Learning Objectives:
Define series and sequences. Identify A.P and G.P
and be able to evaluate and solve mathematical
problems.
1 7% 3%
Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to understand the basis of
series and sequences and be able to use the
understanding in solving series and sequence
problems.

2 Series 7% 3%

Binomial series.

Learning Objectives:
Know to define and use binomial series.
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Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to evaluate the concepts of
binomial series and know how to expand series
which has binomial form.

Series

## Maclaurin and Taylor series

Learning Objectives:
To identify the what is the basis of Maclaurin and
Taylor series and how to find the summation of
3 7% 3%
these series.

Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to define and identify
Msclaurin and Taylor series and well as being able
to use them in applications.

Hyperbolic functions

## The six hyperbolic functions and their inverses

including graphical representation.

4 7% 3%
Learning Objectives:
To identify the and know hyperbolic functions and
as well as how it is defined.

Learning Outcomes:
To expose hyperbolic functions. Know how to prove
them and graph\h them.

Test 1

## 5  Practical closed book test.

 Problem solving to test questions.

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Hyperbolic functions

## Differentiation of hyperbolic and inverse

hyperbolic functions..

Learning Objectives:
To learn to differentiate hyperbolic functions as well
6 7% 3%
as its inverse.

Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to figure how to differentiate
hyperbolic functions and also able to differentiate
it’s inverses.

Hyperbolic functions

## Integration of hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic

functions.

Learning Objectives:
To identify how to integrate and techniques used in
7 integrating these functions. 7% 3%

Learning Outcomes:
Students will be exposed to the importance of
derivative of a function, various rules of
differentiation, and the solving of differentiation in
the implicit form.

Iterative Methods

 Linear Interpolation

Learning Objectives:
8 In this topic, students will be demonstrated of 7% 3%
iterative methods and linear interpolation and how
they can be used.

Learning Outcomes:
Students will be apply the key features of iterative
method in linear interpolation.

Iterative Methods
9 7% 3%
Newton-Raphson's Method and
Method of change of sign.
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Learning Objectives:
Students are shown various method iterative
methods and how and when it can be used.

Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to use the two method s when
appropriate.

Test 2

## 10  Practical closed book test.

 Problem solving to test question.

Differentiation equations

## Formation of differential equations

.Learning Objectives:
11 Discuss what is differential equation and how it can 7% 3%
be formed from various primitives.

Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able know and identify differential
equations and well as know how to form them.

Differentiation equations

## Solution of first order differential equations by

separating the variables.

Learning Objectives:
12 7% 3%
Identify differential equations which can be
separated and learn how to solve them.

Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to solve first order differential
equation by method of separation.

Differentiation equations

## Solution of first order differential equations by

Using integrating factor
13

Learning Objectives:
Identify differential equations which can be use

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## integrating factor and learn how to solve them.

Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to solve first order differential
equation by method of integrating factor.

14 Study Break
15 Exam Week

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