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UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN (UTAR)

Faculty of Engineering and Science


Teaching Plan
1.

Unit Code &


Unit Title:
Course of
Study:

UECM1683 Mathematics for Physics I


UECM1653/UGCM1653 Mathematics for Engineering I
1. Bachelor of Sciences (Hons.) Physics
2. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
3. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronic and Communication Engineering
4. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Civil Engineering
5. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Mechanical Engineering
6. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Chemical Engineering
7. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Mechatronics Engineering
8. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Biomedical Engineering
9. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics (Computer Networking)
10. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Industrial Engineering
11. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.)Electronic Engineering
12. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.)Petrochemical Engineering
13. Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Environmental Engineering
Year One Trimester one

6.

Year of
Study:
Year and
Semester:
Credit Hour
& Contact
Hours:
Lecturer:

7.

Tutor(s):

Mr. Lim Foo Weng


Ms. Khoo Ee Sin
Dr. Chang Yun Fah
Mr. Lim Wei Xiang
Lectures and tutorials

2.

3.
4.
5.

1. Mode of
Delivery:
2. Objective:

201305
3 credit hours
Lecture: 36 hours
Tutorial: 12 hours
Mr. Lim Foo Weng (limfw@utar.edu.my)
Ms. Khoo Ee Sin (khooes@utar.edu.my)

To introduce the fundamental mathematical concepts and techniques.

3. Learning
Outcome:

On completion of this unit, a student shall be able to:


1. use matrix methods to solve simultaneous linear equations;
2. evaluate derivative and integral of given functions and apply them to solve
related problems;
3. solve ordinary differential equations;
4. apply Laplace transform to solve ordinary differential equations;
5. use vector operations to solve problems in two or three dimensional geometry;
6. use the derivatives of functions of several variables to solve optimization
problems.

4. Reading
List:

Main references:
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[1] James, G. (2008). Modern Engineering Mathematics. (4 ed.). Harlow, England:
Prentice Hall.

Teaching Plan

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[2] Croft, A., Davison, R., & Hargreaves, M. (2013). Engineering Mathematics. (4 ed.).
Harlow, England: Prentice Hall.
Additional references:
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[3] Stewart, J. (2011). Calculus. (7 ed). Belmont, CA: Thomson-Brooks/Cole.
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[4] Stroud, K. A., & Booth, D. J. (2007). Engineering Mathematics. (6 ed.). New York:
Palgrave MacMillan.
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[5] Anton, H. A., & Rorres, C. 2010. Elementary Linear Algebra: Application Version. (10
ed.). New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.

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Method of
Assessment
:

No.
1.

2.

Method of Assessment
Coursework
a) Test 1 :
b) Test 2 :
c) Assignment :
Final Examination

Total
40%
15%
15%
10%
60%

Lecture, Tutorial and Assignment Plan


Week
1

Lecture Topic

Tutorial
Topic

Test/Assign
ment

Topic 1: Linear Algebra


Matrices : transpose, cofactor, adjoint,
determinants, inversion.
System of linear equations,
consistency and solution.

Reference
[1] chpt. 5
[2] chpt. 8

Topic 1: Linear Algebra


Gauss elimination.
the eigenvalue problem,
diagonalization.

Tutorial 1

Topic 2: Calculus
Limits, continuity and differentiation.

Tutorial 1

[1] chpt. 5
[2] chpt. 8

[1] chpt. 2, 8;
appendix I
[2] chpt. 2, 3, 10, 11

Topic 2: Calculus
Maxima and minima.
Integration by parts, substitution, partial
fractions.

Tutorial 2

Topic 2: Calculus
Integration applications in engineering
such as area, volume and total change.
Maclaurin and Taylor Series :
approximation of functions.

Tutorial 2

Topic 3 : Ordinary Differential Equations


First order differential equations.
Methods of solution: separable.

Tutorial 2

Topic 3 : Ordinary Differential Equations


Methods of solution: integrating factors.
Second order equation with constant
coefficient, method of undetermined
coefficients.

Tutorial 3

Teaching Plan

[1] chpt. 8, 9;
appendix I
[2] chpt. 12, 13, 14,
16
[1] chpt. 8, 9;
appendix I
[2] chpt 15, 16, 18

[1] chpt. 10
[2] chpt 19, 20
Test 1
Topic 1, 2
and 3

[1] chpt.10.
[2] chpt. 19, 20

Lecture, Tutorial and Assignment Plan


Week

Lecture Topic

Topic 4 : Lapalce Transform


Definition and properties of Laplace
transform.
Inverse Laplace Transform
Heaviside step function and Dirac delta
function
Convolution
Topic 4 : Lapalce Transform
Application of the Laplace transform to
the solution of ordinary differential
equation

Tutorial
Topic
Tutorial 3

Test/Assign
ment
Assignment
Topic 1 and 2

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12

13

14

Topic 5: Functions of Two or More


Variable
Unconstrained maxima and minima.

[1] chpt. 11
[2] chpt. 21

Tutorial 4

[1] chpt. 11
[2] chpt. 21

Topic 5: Functions of Two or More


Variable
Functions of 2 or 3 variables, chain
rule.
10

Reference

[1] chpt. 9
[2] chpt. 25
Tutorial 5

[1] chpt. 9
[2] chpt. 25

Topic 5: Functions of Two or More


Variable
Lagrange multipliers.

[1] chpt. 9

Topic 6: Vector Analysis


Vector, scalar product, vector product,
triple product.

[1] chpt. 4

[2] chpt. 25

[2] chpt. 7, 26

Topic 6: Vector Analysis


Geometry of line and plane.
Tangent plans and normal lines to a
surface.

Tutorial 5

Topic 6: Vector Analysis


Directional derivative, gradient, curl,
divergence.
Maximum (minimum)
Rate of change theorem.

Tutorial 6

Revision

Tutorial 6

Teaching Plan

Test 2
Topic 4, 5

[1] chpt. 4
[2] chpt. 7, 26

[1] chpt. 4
[2] chpt. 7, 26