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# COURSE OUTLINE

Politeknik Jeli
Lot 4922, Taman Kota Harmoni
Jalan Cempaka Merah
17500 Tanah Merah
Kelantan
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1
BA 101

Tel: 09-9550500/501
Fax: 09-9550503
Web: pjk@edu.my

Revision: None
Date of issue: 8th May 2010
Last Amendment: 8 May 2010
Edition: 1
Procedure No. : PJK/JMSK/CO/BA 101
th

PRE-REQUISITE
EQUIVALENCE
LECTURE HOURS

NONE
NONE
2 Hours Lecture
1 TUTORIAL

LECTURER
ABD HAFI BIN ISMAIL
SYNOPSIS
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 exposes students to algebra through theory practical and tutorial which
focuses on standard form, index and logarithm, geometry and measurement as well as coordinate geometry
and graph. This course also explain the basic concept of trigonometry and its functions in solving problems.
PREPARED BY :
Name: Abd Hafi Bin Ismail

CERTIFIED BY :
Name : Wan Farah Aida binti Wan Abdullah
Department of Mathematics, Science & Computer

Signature:
Signature:

## Upon completion of the course, students should be able to :

No. Course Learning Outcomes
Programme
Outcome(s)

1.

2.

## show all the relevant steps in solving

simultaneous linear equations with two
variables and quadratic equation by using
various methods based on basic algebraic
concept.
Perform algebraic operations in standard
form and simplify indices and logarithmic
expressions by using index and logarithm
rules in solving related problems.

Assessment
Methods

PO1

Learning Domain
(LD)/ Generic
Student Attributes
(GSA)
LD 1,2,5 / GSA 1

PO1

Q, TT, Ec, F

TT, eQ, F

3.

4.

5.

6.

## Apply the fundamental of trigonometric

functions, sine and cosine rules, basic
trigonometric identities, formula of
compound-angle and double-angle in
solving simple trigonometric equations.
Determine angles, arc length, area of a
sector and segment by applying the
Pythagoras Theorem, the properties of
angles with transversal and parallel lines
and properties of circles.
Calculate the length, perimeter, area and
volume of specific and similar shapes by
using appropriate formulae and concept of
similarity.
Demonstrate sketching and drawing of
linear, quadratic and non-linear graphs
accurately to solve simultaneous equations
based on intersection points between two
lines.

PO1

LD 1,2,6/ GSA 2

## TT, eQ, Lw, F

PO1

LD 1,2,6 / GSA 2

TT, Ec, F

PO1

LD 1,2,6 / GSA 2

Q, Ec, F

PO1

Q, F

Note :
(Q Quiz; TT Theory Test ; eQ e-Quiz; Lw Lab Work; Ec End of Chapter; F Final Exam)
(LD1 Knowledge; LD2 Technical Skills: LD3- Professionalisme and Ethics; LD4 Social Skill; LD5 Communication
Skills; LD6 Critical Thingking; LD7 Life Long Learning: LD8 Entrepreneurial Skills
(GSA1 Comunication Skill; GSA2 Critical Thingking and Problem Solving Skills; GSA3-Teamwork Skills; GSA4-Moral &
Professional Ethics; GSA5-Leadership Skills; GSA6-Imformation Management Skills and Continuous Learning; GSA7Entrepreneurship Skills)

No.

(hours)

1.

Lecture

30

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Practical

15
15
15
0
5

## Self Learning: Practical

Tutorial
Total (SLT)

80

TEACHING METHODOLOGY
1. Basic Design philosophies and the use of code of practice will be demonstrated.
2. Students will be required to write reports and/or discussed and on-going or completed steel design
project.
3. Students are required to go through the given tutorials.
4. Students will require to produce design project in group.

WEEKLY SCHEDULE
WEEK/DAT

LECTURE /

TOPIC / CONTENT

REMARK

E
1
28 Nov-2 Dec
2
5-9 Dec

PRACTICA
L
None

ORIENTATION

## 1.0 BASIC ALGEBRA

1.1 Understand basic algebra

2
3
12-16 Dec

2
4

4
19-23 Dec
5
26-30 Dec

5
6
7
8

6
2-6 Jan

9
10

7
9-13 Jan
8
16-20 Jan

11
12
13
14

9
23-27 Jan
10
30 Jan3 Feb
11
6-10 Feb
12
13-17 Feb

15
16

13
20-24 Feb

21
22

## 4.2 Understand the properties of circles

4.3 Apply the Pythagoras Theorem

14
27 Feb-3 Mac
15
6-10 Mac

23
24
25
26

4.4 Know the arc length, area of a sector and segment of a circle

16
13-17 Mac

27
28

17
20-24 Mac

29
30

18
27-31 Mac
19-20

If require

variables

## 2.0 STANDARD FORM, INDEX AND LOGARITHM

2.1 Know standard form

## 2.3 Know the rules of logarithm

3.0 TRIGONOMETRY
3.1 Understand the fundamental of trigonometric functions

## 3.2 Know trigonometric equations and identities

MID SEMESTER BREAK

17
18
19
20

## 3.3 Understand sine and cosine rules

4.0 GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT
4.1 Understand properties of angles associated with transversal
and parallel lines

4.5 Understand the perimeter, area and volume for specific shapes
4.6 Understand the concept of similarity
5.0 COORDINATE GEOMETRY AND GRAPH
5.1 Know the linear graphs

## 5.2 Know the quadratic graphs

5.3 Know the basic form of non-linear graphs
REVISION WEEK AND FINAL EXAMINATION
FINAL EXAMINATION

3-14 Apr

REFERENCES
1. Backhouse, J.K, Houldsworth, S.P.T & Cooper, B.E.D. Pure Mathematics (2 nd ed)
2. Bird, J.O. & May, A.J.C. (1997). Technician Mathematics 1 (3 rd ed.). Longman.
3. Robert Moyer. (1998). Trigonometry (3rd ed.). McGraw-Hill.
4. Siti Aishah Sheikh Abdullah, Chng Pei Eng, Teoh Sian Hoon, Muniroh Hamat, Noor Aina
Abdul Razak. (2006). First Engineering Mathematics. (2 nd ed.). McGraw-Hill.
5. Stroud, K.A. (2007). Engineering Mathematics (6th ed.). Palgrave Macmillian.
6. Thorning, D.W.S & Sadler. (1999). Understanding Pure Mathematics, Oxford University Press.

No.
1.

2.

Assessment

Number

% each

% total

20

10

30

10

20

Dates

Quiz

Theory Test

3.

Lab Work

4.

## Other Assessment Task

i.
End-of-Chapter
ii.

E-Quiz

2
2

Overall Total

10
5

20
10
100

ATTENDANCE
The student should adhere to the rules of attendance as stated in the Polytechnic Academic Regulation :1. Student must attend not less than 80% of lecture hours as required for the subject.
2. The student will be prohibited from attending any lecture and assessment activities upon failure to
comply the above requirement. Zero mark will be given to the subject.