COURSE EMT 121 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II
YEAR/SEMESTER Year I, Semester II
CONTACT HOURS 60 hours (45 hrs. lecture, 15 hrs. tutorial)
Credit Hours = 4
PURPOSE OF THE COURSE
This course is designed is to enable the student to develop a thorough understanding of advanced algebra and trigonometry. It introduces coordinate geometry and the binary system to the student, and establishes the basis for further studies in engineering in the second year.
Assessment will be by Coursework and Final Examination. Coursework will comprise assignments, tests, quizzes, etc. The Final Examination will be a single three-hour paper.
The weighting of Coursework and Final Examination will be:
Coursework = 50%
Final exam = 50%
Angular Measurement – The degree. The radian. Positive and negative angles. Circular Measurement – The length of an arc. The area of a sector. Trigonometric Ratios, Solution of a triangle. Trigonometric functions and graphs. Trigonometric Identities – Addition law for sines, cosines, tangents, double angle identity. Half angle identity. Solving equations.
Sequences, Series, Formulae for summation of arithmetic and geometric sequences. The concept of convergence and divergence and situations that give rise to such behaviors. The Binomial Theorem. Matrices. The Binary Number System. Boolean Algebra. The straight line. The Ellipse. The parabola. The Hyperbola. Complex Numbers. Vectors.
Stroud,K.A. Engineering Mathematics. Sixth Edition.