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# Program: Diploma in Engineering/Technology

## Course Code: BS101 Course Title: Mathematics -I

Semester: 1 Credits :5
Course Category : Basic Science
Periods/Week :5(L:4 T:1 P:0) Periods/Semester :75

Course Objectives:

## The course is designed to give a comprehensive coverage at an introductory

level of mathematics in the topics of Trigonometry, Differential Calculus and
Basic elements of Algebra.

Course Pre-requisites:

## Apply basic concepts of Induction program in

Mathematics in engineering Mathematics
problems

## Objective The course is designed to enable students in basic

mathematical knowledge for solving problems
Contents Algebra of Mathematical Operations, simplification,
operations on fractions,LCM, Exponential laws,
algebraic Identities, BODMAS rule, logarithmic law,
Pythgorus theorem, roots and squares, factorization.
Solution of linear Equation in one variable
Outcome On completion of the induction program student will
be able to carrying out concepts and methods in basic
mathematics for solving problems
Duration 10 Hours
Assessment Tutorial and Written Test
Course Outcomes
On completion of the course student will be able to:

CO Description Duration
No.

## Make use of complex numbers and binomial theorem to solve 15

1 mathematical problems
Solve mathematical problems related to trigonometry 15
2
Illustrate the concepts related to limits and derivatives to solve 18
3 problems
Extend the use of different forms of equations of lines in 15
4 coordinate geometry
Series Test 2

CO-PO MAPPING

## Course PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7

Outcomes

CO1 X X

CO2 X X

CO3 X X

CO4 X X

Text / Reference:

T/R Book
Title/Author
T1 B.S. Grewal, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi,
40th Edition, 2007.
R1 G. B. Thomas, R. L. Finney, Calculus and Analytic Geometry, Addison Wesley, 9th
Edition, 1995
R2 Reena Garg, Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishing House, New Delhi
(Revised Ed. 2018)
Course Outline

## On completion of the course student will be able to:

Duration Blooms
Description
(Hours) Taxonomy Level
CO 1 : Make use of complex numbers and binomial theorem to solve mathematical problems
Outline the concepts of complex numbers and its Remembering
M 1.01 8
operations. Understanding
Remembering
M 1.02 Apply Binomial theorem in Engineering Problems 7 Understanding
Applying
CONTENTS
Complex Numbers: Definition, real and imaginary parts of a Complex number, polar and
Cartesian, representation of a complex number and its conversion from one form to other,
conjugate of a complex number, modulus and amplitude of a complex number Addition,
Subtraction, Multiplication and Division of a complex number.
Binomial theorem: Value of nCr. Binomial theorem (without proof) for a positive integer
(expansion, coefficient of xn, middle term and constant term)
CO 2 : Solve mathematical problems related to trigonometry.
Explain the Concepts of angles, its units and Remembering
M 2..01 3
measurements Understanding
M 2.02 Compute the Trigonometric Ratios of any angle 4 Applying
Remembering
Illustrate the concept of compound angles, sum, 8
M 2.03 difference, product formulae and apply them in Understanding
different problems. Applying

Series Test – I 1
CONTENTS
Concept of angles, measurement of angles in degrees, grades and radians and their conversions, T-
Ratios of Allied angles (without proof), Sum, difference formulae and their applications (without
proof). Product formulae (Transformation of product to sum, difference and vice versa). T- Ratios
of multiple angles (2A, 3A).

## CO 3 : Illustrate the concepts related to limits and derivatives to solve problems

M 3.01 Illustrate the Concept of Limit of a function 3 Understanding
Remembering
M 3.02 Explain Algebraic and Trigonometric limits 4
Understanding
Remembering
Summarizing differentiation and the derivatives of
M 3.03 5 Understanding
essential standard functions.

Understanding
M 3.04 Apply the Rules of differentiation in different problems 6
Applying
CONTENTS
Definition of function; Concept of limits. Algebraic and Trigonometric Limits. (simple problems)
Differentiation by definition, xn, sinx and cosx.(no proof) Differentiation of sum, product and
quotient of functions. Differentiation of function of a function. Differentiation of trigonometric and
inverse trigonometric functions.,
CO4 : Extend the use of different forms of equations of lines in coordinate geometry
Remembering
MO 4.1 Classify the equation of straight lines in various forms 5
Understanding
Explain the concept of Intersection of two lines, angle Remembering
MO 4.2 5
between two lines Understanding
MO 4.3 Extend the Concept of parallel and perpendicular lines 5 Applying
Series Test – II 1
CONTENTS
Equation of straight line in various standard forms (without proof), inter section of two straight
lines, angle between two lines. Parallel and perpendicular lines, perpendicular distance formula

## Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA)

Type of
Tools Marks Guidelines
Assessment
 Class Test/ Series 1. Two summative
Test assessments are
 Open book test mandatory.
 Online Test 2. Retest may be given to
 Quiz / Objective 40% of the total
Summative students whose
Test internal mark
attainment levels are not
meeting the criteria set
by the course
coordinator.
 Case Studies
 Portfolios 1. Three assessments are
 Note book /Class mandatory. Best two out
work of three shall be selected
 Class / Home for calculating final
Assignment assessment.
2. Different tools must be
 Surveys
selected depending upon
 Report Writing
the category/type of
 Open Notes Exams 40% of the total
Formative course.
3. Any relevant tools other
 Presentations than listed, applicable for
 Field Assignments the course may be adopted
for assessment.
4. Rubrics given in the
curriculum may be
followed for the
assessment.

## This is only for CIA. Marks

for attendance will not be
20% of the total
Attendance considered for attainment
internal mark
calculation of course
outcome.

## SCHEME OF EVALUATION OF END SEMESTER EXAMINATION

Unit Level %
Module
Hours of Maximum Weightage Of Taxonomy Levels (%)
No
Marks

R U A

## 1 15 10 – 20 % 20 - 25% 60 - 70% 20-25%

2 15 20 – 40 % 10 - 20% 60 - 70% 30-40%
3 18 25 – 40 % 30 - 35% 50 - 60% 20-25%
4 15 25 – 40 % 30 - 35% 50 - 60% 20-25%
 Out of the given maximum mark (111),
the student must answer for 75 marks.
 Unit level Percentage is taken by
considering choices of questions.
Total 75 111  Weightage for each taxonomy levels can
be given as per the course category and
relevance of each taxonomy levels in the
course.
 Maximum Mark is 75.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER

Mathematics 1

Time : 3 Hour
Max.Marks : 75
I Answer all the following questions (15 x 1 = 15 Marks)
1 If sin θ= -3/5, θ lies in the 3rd quadrant, then find tanθ? M 2.2 U
2 Write expression of sin3A. M 3.3 R
3 Find a conjugate of 2+3i MO 1.1 U

## 4 State the product rule of differentiation MO 3.2 R

5 Find the slope of 2x-3y+5=0 MO 4.1 A
6 U
Evaluate MO 3.1

## 8 Which terms are the middle terms in the expansion of MO 1.2 U

9 R
The intercepts made on the line are---------------- MO 4.1

## 11 Find the multiplicative inverse of 4-3i MO 1.1 U

12 Find the equation of the line having slope 2 and passing through the A
MO 4.1
point (3, 2)
13 Find the derivative of cosx MO 3.3 U
14 Find the sum of 2+3i, 1-4i and -2+i MO 1.1 U
15 Evaluate of sin 120 MO 2.2 U

## II Answer any three questions (3 x 4 = 12 Marks)

1 Find the multiplicative inverse of 5+3i MO 1.1 U

## 3 Differentiate the following i) ii) log(secx+tanx) MO 3.4 A

4 Find the equation of the line passing through (2, -3) and
U
perpendicular to the line 3x+2y-5=0 MO 4.3
A
MO 2.3
5 Prove that sin50-sin70+cos80 = 0

## III Answer any three questions (3 x 4 = 12 Marks)

1 Expand binomialy MO 1.2 R

## 2 If A +B =45 then prove that (1+tan A)(1+tan B) = 2

MO 2.3 U
3 MO 3.4 A
Differentiate with respect to x.
4
Find the equation to the line passing through the point (1, 4) and MO 4.1 R
making intercepts 2 and 3 with x and y axis respectively
5 MO 3.2 U
Evaluate

## IV Answer any three questions (3 x 4 = 12 Marks)

1 Convert -1-i to polar form MO 1.1 U

## 3 Differentiate the following i) log(sinex) ii) e2xcos3x MO 3.4 A

4 Find the equation to the straight line passing through the point (-1, 2) MO 4.3 U
and parallel to the line joining the points (2, -1) and (-3, 2)
5 Find the constant term in the expansion of MO 1.2 U

## V Answer any two questions (2 x 6 = 12 Marks)

1 If sinA= -3/5, sinB= 12/13, A lies in 3rd quadrant and B lies in the 2nd MO 2.3 U
quadrant then find cos(A+B) and sin(A-B)
2 Find the equation of the line passing through the point of MO 4.3 A
intersection of 5x+2y-4=0 and 2x-y-7=0 and parallel to the line
3x+2y-1=0
3 Find the modulus and amplitude of -3+i MO 1.1 A

## VI Answer any two questions (2 x 6 = 12 Marks)

1 Evaluate cos 570 sin 510 – sin 330 cos 390 MO 2.2 U

2 MO 1.1 U
Find the middle terms in the expansion of

3 MO 3.04 A
Differentiate i) ii)

## Question wise Analysis – No of Question/Mark for each Question)

Module
Question No No of Questions
I II III IV
I (1 mark) 4 3 5 3 15
II (4 marks) 1 2 1 1 5
III(4 marks) 1 1 2 1 5
IV(4 marks) 2 1 1 1 5
V(6 marks) 1 1 0 1 3
VI(6 marks) 1 1 1 0 3
Total (marks) 32 31 27 21

R U A
I 1 8 1 10
II 2 5 2 9
III 2 3 5 10
IV 2 2 3 7