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Study Guide CC2030 Mathematics

Dr Anthony Loh Dr Chun-Man Chan Dr Kenneth Lo Dr Roy Ng Subject Syllabus Teaching Plan Learning Outcomes Matrix Assessment Criteria Chapter 1Linear Algebra Chapter 2Function, Limit and Continuity Chapter 3Differentiation Chapter 4Application of Differentiation I Chapter 5Application of Differentiation II Chapter 6Indefinite Integral Chapter 7Definite Integral Chapter 8Application of Integration Chapter 9Double Integral Chapter 10Complex Numbers

CC2030 Level Credits Nature Medium of Instruction Teaching Pattern Prerequisites Exclusions Assessment

Mathematics 2 3 Science English 28 hours of Lecture 14 hours of Tutorial Nil CC2003 Quantitative Methods & CC2026 Numerical Skills 50% Coursework 50% Examination

Teaching/Learning Approach Lectures focus on the introduction and explanation of fundamental mathematical concepts in algebra and calculus, and demonstrate how they can be applied to solve scientific and engineering problems. Tutorials provide students with the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the concepts taught in lectures and to apply appropriate mathematical techniques to solve problems in science and engineering. Assessment Approach A variety of assessment tools may be used, including assignments, tests and an examination designed to develop and assess students achievement of the subject expected learning outcomes. Indicative Readings Recommended Textbook Smith, Robert T. and Minton, Roland B. Calculus: Concepts and Connections. McGraw Hill. (latest ed.). References Anton, Howard. Calculus. Wiley. (latest ed.). Anton, Howard. Contemporary Linear Algebra. John Wiley & Sons. (latest ed.). Barnett, Raymond and Ziegle, Michael. College Algebra. McGraw Hill. (latest ed.). Bostock, L. Core Maths for Advanced Level. Stanley Thornes. (latest ed.). Thomas, G.B., Finney, R.L., Hass, J.R. and Giordano, F.R. Thomas Calculus. Addison Wesley. (latest ed.).

Aims This subject introduces students to the fundamentals of algebra and calculus. It provides students with practices in applying mathematical concepts to solve scientific and engineering problems. Studying the subject will also help students to develop their analytical and logical thinking for their further study in other engineering subjects. Learning Outcomes On successfully completing this subject, students will be able to: understand fundamental mathematical concepts in algebra and calculus extend their knowledge of mathematical techniques and adapt known solutions to different situations apply the appropriate mathematical techniques to solve problems in science and engineering think analytically and logically

Indicative Contents Basic Algebra Linear functions and quadratic functions; Binomial theorem; Simple inequalities; System of Linear equations in two and three variables; Elimination method; Matrix and matrix operations; Use of matrices to solve systems of linear equations. Complex Number Complex numbers; Geometrical representation; n-tb root of complex number. Calculus Basic concepts of limits and derivatives; Gradient of tangent and rate of change; Second order derivatives; Maximum and minimum; Curve sketching; Optimization problems; Definite and indefinite integrals; Integration methods; Applications of integration (e.g. properties of area, volume and mass); Double integrals.

Hong Kong Community College CC2030 Mathematics Tentative Teaching Plan

Basic concepts of limits and derivatives; Gradient of tangent and rate of change Second order derivatives; Maximum and minimum Curve sketching; Optimization problems Definite integrals Test Indefinite integrals Integration methods Applications of integration Multiple integrals Complex numbers; Geometrical representation; n-th root

Submission of Assignment 1

Subject Leader Dr Anthony Loh (Office: Rm HHB1537, Tel: 3746-0238, email: ccccaloh@hkccpolyu.edu.hk) Subject Lecturer Dr Kenneth Lo (Office: Rm HHB1625, Tel: 3746-0101, email: ccchlo@hkcc-polyu.edu.hk) Dr Anthony Loh (Office: Rm HHB1537, Tel: 3746-0238, email: ccccaloh@hkccpolyu.edu.hk) Objectives: On successfully completing this subject, students will be able to: understand fundamental mathematical concepts in algebra and calculus. extend their knowledge of mathematical techniques and adapt known solutions to different situations. apply the appropriate mathematical techniques to solve problems in science and engineering. think analytically and logically. Tentative Teaching Schedule Lecture No 1 Content System of Linear equations in two and three variables; Elimination method Matrix and matrix operations Use of matrices to solve systems of linear equations Linear functions and quadratic functions; Binomial theorem; Simple inequalities Remarks No 1 System of Linear equations in two and three variables; Elimination method Matrix and matrix operations Use of matrices to solve systems of linear equations Tutorial Content Remarks

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

7 8 Lectures 1-7 9 10 11 Submission of Assignment 2 12 13 14

Linear functions and quadratic functions; Binomial theorem; Simple inequalities Basic concepts of limits and derivatives; Gradient of tangent and rate of change Second order derivatives; Maximum and minimum Curve sketching; Optimization problems Definite integrals Indefinite integrals Integration methods Applications of integration Multiple integrals Complex numbers; Geometrical representation; n-th root

Assessment Weighting Coursework: 50% Examination: 50% 100% Assessment Methods for Coursework Test 60% Assignment 1 20% (Individual) Assignment 2 20% (Individual) 100% Attendance and other rules / regulations The attendance requirement and all other rules and regulations in the HKCC Student Handbook and in the respective Definitive Programme Document apply. Please refer to these documents for details. Lecture/Tutorial Notes and Assignments Students are required to download lecture/tutorial notes and assignments from the SMILE e-Learning System.

Learning Outcome Matrix


Subject Learning Outcomes (a) understand fundamental mathematical concepts in algebra and calculus. (b) extend their knowledge of mathematical techniques and adapt known solutions to different situations. (c) apply the appropriate mathematical techniques to solve problems in science and engineering. (d) think analytically and logically.

Assessment Criteria: Quality of Assignment


Required performance Quality of Quality of calculations reasoning

Standard

Understanding Formulation of of tools and solution or concepts conclusion Fail to formulate a solution; conclusions illogical or not supported by evidence and critical argument Attempt to formulate a solution to the problem and draw conclusions; flawed argument Attempt to formulate a solution to the problem and draw sensible conclusions with logical argument Clear solution and Clearly explanation and conclusions; effectively use demonstration of critical and creative the tools and thinking and concepts originality Failure to use the tools selected; unsound approach and analysis Some faults in the use of tools and concepts, overall sound approach Effective use of a range of relevant tools and concepts

Unsatisfactory Learning Outcome Matrix

Inaccurate and incomplete calculations

Absence of argument; isolated steps without connections Logically flawed and unclear argument Logically correct argument with some unclear areas Logically correct argument clear in all important aspects

Chapter Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10

(a)

Learning Outcomes (b) (c)

(d)

Satisfactory

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

9 9 9 9 9

9 9 9

9 9 9
Good

9 9 9 9 9
Excellent

Slightly inaccurate and slightly incomplete calculations Accurate and slightly incomplete calculations

9 9

Accurate and complete calculations