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AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY-BANGLADESH

(AIUB)
Faculty of Science and Technology (FST)
Department of Mathematics
Undergraduate Program

COURSE PLAN Summer 2019-2020 SEMESTER

I. Course Core and Title V. Vision:


Our vision is to be the preeminent Department of
MAT 2202: Matrices, Vectors, Fourier Analysis Mathematics through creating recognized professionals who
will provide innovative solutions by leveraging contemporary
II. Credit research methods and development techniques of computing
that is in line with the national and global context.
3 credit hours (3 hours of theory per week)
American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB)

III. Nature VI. Mission:


The mission of the Department of Mathematics of AIUB is to
Core Course for CS, Engineering educate students in a student-centric dynamic learning
environment; to provide advanced facilities for conducting
IV. Prerequisite innovative research and development to meet the challenges of
the modern era of computing, and to motivate them towards a
MAT 2201: Complex Variables, life-long learning process.
Laplace and Z-Transformations
MAT 1205: Integral Calculus & Ordinary
Differential Equation

VII - Course Description:


 Discussion about Matrix Algebra, inverse of a matrix, row echelon form, reduced row echelon form
 Discussion about system of linear equations, application of system of linear equations
 Discussion about periodic function, Fourier series of a periodic function and half range Fourier
series
 Discussion on Fourier integral, Fourier sine and cosine integrals
 Explain Fourier transformation, inverse Fourier transformations, and discrete Fourier transform.
 Discussion about applications of Fourier transformations to solve boundary value problems
 Discussion about eigenvalues, eigenvectors and Cayley-Hamilton theorem
 Discussion on Linear combination and linear dependency of vectors
 Discussion about coordinate transform of vectors and points
 Discussion about differentiation of a vector function, gradient and directional derivative of a scalar
function
 Discussion about Divergence theorem and Stokes theorem in Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical
co-ordinate systems

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VIII – Course outcomes (CO) Matrix:

By the end of this course, students should be able to:

COs* CO Description Level of Domain** PO


C P A S Assessed***
CO1 Calculate matrix addition, subtraction, multiplication, find
the inverse of a matrix, find rank of a matrix and convert a 1.1, 1.2, 2.1,
1 2 CT
matrix to row echelon form (REF) and reduced row echelon 2.2
form (RREF)
CO2 Solve system of linear equations, know about the
1.1, 1.2, 2.1,
application of system of linear equations and solve 1 3 CT
2.2
problems about Fourier analysis
CO3 Find eigenvalues, eigenvectors and inverse of a matrix
using Cayley Hamilton theorem, determine whether a vector 1.1, 1.2, 2.1,
1 3 CT
is dependent or independent and transform point and vector 2.2
from one coordinate system to another.
CO4 Calculate gradient, divergence, curl, Laplacian and verify 1.1, 1.2, 2.1,
1 4 CT
Divergence and Stokes theorem 2.2

C: Cognitive; P: Psychomotor; A: Affective; S: Soft-skills (CT: Critical Thinking, TS: Teamwork)


* CO assessment method and rubric of COs assessment is provided in Appendix section
** The numbers under the ‘Level of Domain’ columns represent the level of Bloom’s Taxonomy each CO corresponds to.
*** The numbers under the ‘PO Assessed’ column represent the PO (appendix) each CO corresponds to.

IX – Topics to be covered in the class:

TOPICS Specific Objective(s) Time Suggested Teaching


Frame Activities Strategy(s)
Matrix algebra, inverse
of a matrix. Elementary How to calculate matrix
row transformation, addition and subtraction, Week CO1
row echelon form, multiplication and rank. How to 1&2 CO2
reduced row echelon find the determinant and inverse
form. Solution of of a matrix.
system of linear How to find Row Echelon Form Justifying,
equations by using (REF) & Reduced Row Echelon Group study, Lecture,
Gaussian elimination Form (RREF). solving Student
method, matrix inverse How to solve a system of linear exercises reporting
method and using equation. Analysis of some real and Board
determinant (Cramer’s life applications of system of work
rule) linear equations.

Application of system To know how to expand a Quiz 1 CO2


of linear equations (i.e., periodic function in terms of an Justifying, Lecture,
Week
network problem, infinite sum of sines and (or) Group study, Student
3&4
traffic problem, current cosines, i.e. full range Fourier solving reporting
calculation using mesh series in real form. To discuss exercises and Board
analysis, solving linear about even extension and odd work
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programming problems extension. To find series
(maximization or expression of any periodic
minimization) ). function
Fourier Analysis:
Periodic function and
periodicity of a given
function, even and odd
function, Fourier series
in real form, Half range
Fourier sine and cosine
series.
To discuss Fourier sine and CO2
cosine integral. Quiz 2
Finite and infinite form Discuss how Fourier transform Justifying, Lecture,
is a generalization of Fourier
of Fourier integral, Week Group study, Student
series.
Finite Fourier sine and 5 solving reporting
How to find Fourier transform
cosine transforms. exercises and Board
of a function
work

To apply Fourier transform to


Solution of partial CO2
solve partial differential Lecture,
differential equations Week Justifying,
equation Student
(boundary value 6 Group study,
To solve problem using discrete reporting
problem) by Fourier solving
Fourier transform and Board
transforms. Discrete exercises.
work
Fourier Transform
Midterm Exam Week 7
Eigenvalues & Discussion about eigenvalues & CO3
Eigenvectors Lecture,
eigenvectors and How to find Week Justifying,
Applications of Student
eigenvalues & eigenvectors of a 8 Group study,
Eigenvalues & reporting
matrix. Solving system of solving
Eigenvectors and Board
differential equations using exercises
work
Eigenvalues & Eigenvectors
Verification of Cayley-
Hamilton theorem and finding Quiz 1
Cayley-Hamilton inverse of a square matrix using CO3
Week Justifying, Lecture,
theorem, Cayley-Hamilton theorem
9 Group study, Student
Vector Space Discussion about vector space, solving reporting
subspace, linear dependency exercises and Board
and linear combination
work

CO3
To discuss about Cartesian
Coordinate Systems coordinate, cylindrical Justifying, Lecture,
coordinate and spherical Week Group study, Student
coordinate and how to transfer a 10 solving reporting
vector and a point from one exercises and Board
coordinate to another. work
Gradient, directional Discussion about Gradient, Justifying, CO4
derivative and directional derivative and Week
Group study,
Laplacian Laplacian and calculating 11 Lecture,
solving
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Divergence and Curl Gradient, directional derivative exercises Student
and Laplacian for scalar valued reporting
function in Cartesian and Board
coordinate, cylindrical work
coordinate and spherical
coordinate. Discussion about
divergence and curl in all the
three coordinate systems.

Divergence theorem in Discussion about divergence CO4


Cartesian, cylindrical theorem and application of
and spherical divergence theorem in Justifying, Lecture,
coordinate Cartesian, cylindrical and Week Group study, Student
spherical coordinate 12 solving reporting
exercises and Board
work
Discussion about Stokes
Stokes Theorem in Quiz 2 CO4
theorem in Cartesian,
Cartesian, Cylindrical Justifying,
cylindrical and spherical Lecture,
and Spherical Week Group study,
coordinate Student
Coordinate 13 solving reporting
exercises and Board
work
Final Exam Week 14
* The faculty reserves the right to change, amend, add or delete any of the contents.

X- Course Requirements

At least 80% class attendance is mandatory to pass the course. All students are expected to attend all
scheduled classes as well as counseling, and to read all assigned chapters/materials before coming to
class. If there is any assignment given to the students, they have to submit it before the deadline decided
by the course teacher.

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XI – Evaluation & Grading System
. following grading system will be strictly followed in this class
The

Marking system for Theory Classes Grade Numerical


Letter
(Midterm and Final term) Point %
A+ 4.00 90-100
Quizzes 40% A 3.75 85-89
Attendance 10% B+ 3.50 80-84
Performance 10% B 3.25 75-79
Midterm/Final term exam 40% C+ 3.00 70-74
Total 100% C 2.75 65-69
Final Grade/ Grand Total D+ 2.50 60-64
Midterm: 40% D 2.25 50-59
F 0.00 <50(Failed)
Final Term: 60%

The evaluation system will be strictly followed as par the AIUB grading policy.

XII – Teaching Methods


Most of the topics will be covered from the textbook. For the rest of the topics, reference books will be
followed. Class lectures will be uploaded on the web on a regular basis. White board will be used for
most of the time. Multimedia projector will be used for the convenience of the students. Students must
study up to the last lecture before coming to the class and it is suggested that they should go through the
relevant topics before coming to the class. Just being present in the class is not enough- students must
participate in classroom discussion and classwork actively.

XIII – Textbook/ References

Text Book:
Elementary Linear Algebra: Applications Version – H. Anton and C. Rorres, 11th edition, Wiley, 2013.

Reference Book/ Materials:


1) Linear Algebra and It’s Application – David C. Lay and Steven R Lay, 5th edition, Pearson, 1997.

2) Advanced Engineering Mathematics - E. Kreyszig, 10th edition, John Wiley and Sons, 2010.

3) Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics - Fawwaz T. Ulaby and Umberto Ravaioli, 7th


edition, Pearson, 1999.

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XIV - List of Faculties Teaching the Course

1. Dr. Fatema Tuz Zohra.


2. Tanzia Zerin Khan.
3. Prodip Kumar Ghose
4. Roushanara Begum
5. Jenita Jahangir
6. Md. Rezwan Bin Mizan
7. Amit Kumar Saha
American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB)

8. Khadiza Akter Mitu


9. Jannat-E-Mahbuba
10. Shikha Shaha
11. Dilruba Yasmin

XV – Verification:

Prepared by : Moderated by : Moderated by :

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Amit Kumar Saha Jannat-E-Mahbuba Shikha Saha
Date:......................................... Date:......................................... Date:.........................................

Checked by: Certified by: Approved by:

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Dr. Md. Jashim Uddin Dr. Dip Nandi Mr. Mashiour Rahman
Head, Director, Associate Dean,
Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science & Technology Faculty of Science & Technology
Date:.......................................... Date:............................................. Date:..........................................

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APPENDIX

Program Outcomes (POs)

PO1 Engineering Knowledge


1.1 Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals to the solution of
complex engineering problems.
1.2 Apply the knowledge of an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering
problems

PO2 Problem Analysis


2.1 Identify, Research and Formulate complex engineering problems

2.2 Analyze and Reach substantiated conclusions using the principle of mathematics, the natural
sciences and the engineering sciences

Mapping of CO Assessment Method and Rubric

The mapping between Course Outcome(s) (COs) and The Selected Assessment method(s) and the
mapping between Assessment method(s) and Evaluation Rubric(s) is shown below:

Learning Assessment Assessment


CO Description
Domain Method Rubric
CO1 Solved problems on matrix algebra, Psychomotor Midterm Rubric for
inverse, row echelon form, reduced row Exam Midterm Exam
echelon form and rank

CO2 Solve system of linear equation and Psychomotor Midterm Rubric for
problems related to Fourier analysis Exam Midterm Exam

CO3 Finding Eigenvalues, eigenvectors, Psychomotor Final Term Rubric for Final
determining whether a vector is linear Exam Term Exam
dependent or independent and coordinate
transformation
CO4 Finding values of gradient, divergence, Psychomotor Final Term Rubric for Final
curl and verification of Divergence and Exam Term Exam
Stokes’s theorem

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Rubric for Midterm Exam Assessment (CO1)

Marks Distribution (Maximum 5X3=15)


Marking Acquired
Inadequate Satisfactory Good Excellent
Criteria Marks
(0-2) (3) (4) (5)
Definition  Student does not  Definition  Correctly  Correctly and
answer or provided with define the comprehensive
vaguely define partial terms. May ly define the
the terms or relevance to the miss minor term with
concept subject matter. detail. examples.

Procedure to  Students do not  Students apply  Students apply  Students apply


perform apply correct partially correct correct the exact
matrix procedure procedure. procedure with procedure
algebra, minor mistakes
inverse, row
echelon form,
reduced row
echelon form
and rank
Correctness of  Arrived at  Arrived at  Arrived at  Arrived at
answer incorrect correct answer correct answer correct answer
answer. but with some with minor with no error.
logical errors. errors.
Acquired Marks:
CO Pass / Fail:

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Rubric for Midterm Exam Assessment (CO2)

Marks Distribution (Maximum 5X3=15)


Marking Acquired
Criteria Inadequate Satisfactory Good Excellent Marks
(0-2) (3) (4) (5)
Definition  Student does not  Definition  Correctly  Correctly and
define or provided with define the comprehensive
vaguely define partial terms. May ly define the
the terms or relevance to the miss minor terms.
concept subject matter. detail.

procedure to  Students do not  Students solve  Students solve  Student solves


solve system of apply correct the problem the problem the problem
linear procedure to which is with minor correctly.
equations and solve problems partially correct mistakes.
Fourier
analysis
Correctness of  Arrived at  Arrived at  Arrived at a  Arrived at
answer incorrect correct answer correct answer correct answer
answer. but with some with minor showing all the
missing steps. errors. relevant steps
and with no
error.
Acquired Marks:
CO Pass / Fail:

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Rubric for Final term Exam Assessment (CO3)

Marks Distribution (Maximum 5X3=15)


Marking Acquired
Criteria Inadequate Satisfactory Good Excellent Marks
(0-2) (3) (4) (5)
Definition  Student does  Definition  Correctly  Correctly and
not define or provided with define the comprehensive
vaguely define partial terms. May ly define the
the terms or relevance to the miss minor terms.
concept subject matter. detail.

Usage of  Student does  Student apply  Students apply  Student


method for not apply the partially correct correct correctly apply
Eigenvalues, correct procedure procedure with exact
Eigen vectors, procedure or minor errors. procedure
Linear apply totally
dependency, incorrect
linear procedure
combination
and coordinate
transformation
Correctness of  Arrived at  Arrived at  Arrived at a  Arrived at
answer incorrect correct answer correct answer correct answer
answer. but with some with minor showing all the
missing steps. errors. relevant steps
and with no
error.
Acquired Marks:
CO Pass / Fail:

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Rubric for Final Term Exam Assessment (CO4)

Marks Distribution (Maximum 5X3=15)


Marking Acquired
Criteria Inadequate Satisfactory Good Excellent Marks
(0-2) (3) (4) (5)
Definition  Student does not  Definition  Correctly  Correctly and
define or vaguely provided with define the term comprehensive
define the term or partial with no ly define the
concept relevance to the example. May term with
subject matter. miss minor example.
detail.
Correctness  Students apply  Students apply  Students apply
of formula  Student does not method partial correct method correct method
for Gradient, apply correct relevance to the with minor with no
divergence, method to verify subject matter. mistakes. mistake.
curl and
verification
of Divergence
& Stokes
theorem in
Cartesian,
cylindrical
and spherical
system.
Correctness  Arrived at  Arrived at  Arrived at a  Arrived at
of answer incorrect answer. correct answer correct answer correct answer
but with some with minor showing all the
missing steps. errors. relevant steps
and with no
error.
Acquired Marks:
CO Pass / Fail:

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