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Module : Mathematics 2 Module Code : MTH1022 Credit hours : 2 hours Contact hours: 3 hours per week

MODULE INFORMATION
Module Outcomes:
MO1 Identify basic mathematical concepts, skills and mathematical techniques for algebra, calculus and data handling. Apply the mathematical calculations, formulas, statistical methods and calculus techniques for problem solving in industry. Analyse calculus and statistical problems in industry.

MO2

MO3

Topics
1.0 Polynomials [MO1] 1.1 Polynomials 1.2 Algebra of polynomials 1.3 The Remainder Theorem

2.0 Matrices and Systems of Linear Equations [MO1, MO2] 2.1 Introduction of Matrices 2.2 Types of Matrices 2.2 Equality of Matrices 2.3 Operations of Matrices 2.4 Transpose of Matrix 2.5 Determinant of Matrix (2x2 and 3x3) 2.6 System of Linear Equations with Three Variables 3.0 Introduction To Calculus [MO1, MO2, MO3] 3.1 Rules of Differentiation 3.2 Basic Integration of Functions 3.3 Application of Differentiation & Integration

4.0 Presenting Data [MO1, MO2, MO3] 4.1 Organizing data ungroup and group data 4.2 Frequency Distributions 4.3 Charts and graphic presentation 5.0 Measure of Central Tendency and Measures of Dispersion [MO1, MO2, MO3] 5.1 Measurement of central tendency mean, median and mode for ungroup data and group data 5.2 Relationships between mean, median and mode skewness 5.3 Measurement of dispersion range, variance and standard deviation

6.0 Correlation and Regression [MO1, MO2, MO3] 6.1 Introduction to correlation 6.2 Scatter Diagram 6.2 The coefficient of correlation and determination 6.3 Simple Linear Regression 7.0 Basic Probability [MO1, MO2, MO3] 7.1 Basic Probability Concepts 7.2 Rules of Probability 7.3 Contingencies table and tree diagram

8.0 Probability Distributions [MO1, MO2, MO3] 8.1 Introduction to Random Variables 8.2 Discrete Random Variables 8.3 Continuous Random Variables 8.4 Normal Distributions 8.5 Distribution of the sample mean 8.6 Hypothesis testing : null and alternative hypothesis ; one and two tailed test 8.7 Tests of significance of a sample mean

Formative ( Continuous Assessment) 60% Summative (Final Examination) 40% 100% Continuous (Formative) Assessment
1.
2. 3.

Tests (consist of 2 tests) Quizez Assignment

20% (10% for each Test) 10% 30%

Total

60%

A minimum 40% of the aggregate marks will be required for a successful completion of the module OR minimum Grade D and above.

Class Interval

Grade

Point Value

80 -100
75 79 70 74 65 69 60 64 55 59

A
AB+ B BC+

4.00
3.67 3.33 3.00 2.67 2.33

50 54
45 49 40 44 0 - 39

C
CD F

2.00
1.67 1.00 0.00

CLASS RULES AND REGULATIONS


0 Students are required to come to class on time

everyday. Late comer (more than 15 minutes) will not permitted to enter the class. Especially late comers without any valid reason will not be allowed to enter class .

0 If you have to attend late for the classes, you must

inform at least to one of your classmates and better inform the lecturer directly.
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CONT
0 Absentees should write a letter for the reason of absent. 0 Without the letter, that student might face being barred

from the final exam.

0 When a student been barred from final exam, that student

will have to repeat the whole module in the next semester. Therefore, additional fees will be charged to the student.

0 Students MUST complete all assignments, NO LATE

WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED.

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CONT
0 Students must bring their textbooks, notebooks, pens,

and pencils to class everyday. 0 Student are compulsory to bring flash/thumb drive to practical classes, fail to do so you will be asked to leave the class for lack of commitment. 0 Failure to do so will result in a failing class participation grade for that day. 0 Do not the litter in the class. Please pick up the rubbish and throw it in dustbin. 0 Students cannot miss more than 20% classroom hours in one semester. 19

CONT
0 It means:
0 4 hours of absent without reason

= 10% (
0 6 hours of absent without reason

= 15% (
0 3 classes of absent without reason

= 20% (

)
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MATHEMATICS IS NOT DIFFICULT SO ENJOY YOU LESSON!!

Mathematics are well and good but nature keeps dragging us around by the nose. ~Albert Einstein

THANK YOU