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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

Lesson/ EXAM C/WORK


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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