Course Syllabus University of Hafr Al Batin Instructors Mr. Babar Zaman Sheraz Bashir First Semester 2019/2010 (Term 191) Basic Mathematics â Math-005 Contact Office(Main) No: 2122 Office: 2333 Email: [email protected] [email protected] Office Hours 12:00-14:00 pm (Sun Mon, Tue & Wens) Catalog Description: Sets and the real Number, Rational Exponents and Radical, Rational Expression and more operation on Radical, Complex Number, Linear Equations and Rational Equations, Linear, Compound, and Absolute Value Inequalities, Quadratic Equation, Introduction to Polynomial Functions, Rational Functions, The Rectangular Coordinates system and Graphing Utilities, Functions and Relation, One-to-one and Inverse Function, Exponential Functions, Logarithmic Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Equations and Application, Angles and Their Measures, Trigonometric Function of Any Angle, Trigonometric Functions Defined on the Unit Circle, Fundamental Trigonometric Identities Teaching Materials: https://hbcc.blackboard.com/ Prerequisite: High School Basic Mathematics Textbook: Mathematics. Goals: The students are expected to develop the comprehension of the course material in English, improve their computational skills and demonstrate writing ability of solutions with logical steps. Emphasis will be given to the understanding of the statement of problem and the mathematical terminology. The medium of instruction will be English. The course primarily aims at the development of critical thinking among students through the Mathematical concepts studied at the High School level. Exams and Evaluation: This course has two Major Exams and a final Exam. All these exams are multiple choice question exams. In addition, students are to be continuously evaluated using short quizzes with structured questions as well as homework. All exams and quiz materials are to be based on the examples, homework problems, and the exercises of the textbook. Grading Policy: Activity: Weighting: Quizzes 15% Home Work and Attendance 05% First Major exam 22% Second Major exam 22% Final examination 36% Total 100% Missing an Exam: This will be analyzed case by case. However, no makeup exam will be given under normal circumstances. When a student misses Exam I or Exam II for a legitimate reason (such as medical emergencies), his grade for this exam will be determined based on the Department policy. Furthermore, the student must provide an official excuse within one week of the missed exam. Attendance: 1. A student will be awarded the GRADE âDNâ after accumulating 5 officially excused and unexcused absences. It is the responsibility of the student to keep the record of his absences. 2. The student who arrives late 5 minutes from the beginning of the lecture will be considered late. If a student is late 3 times, he will be considered absent for one class. A student who arrives after 5 minutes is automatically considered to be absent. Attendance will be taken at the beginning of the class. Student Conduct and Cheating: 1. Be in class on time. 2. Make sure your mobile is in silent mode and kept away. 3. Wear proper clothes (as per University regulations). 4. No drinking or eating in the classrooms. 5. Raise your hand and seek permission before you speak during the lecture. 6. Do not leave the classroom before the end of the lecture. 7. Do not attempt to disturb others. 8. Maintain the property of the University i.e. furniture, appliances, and utilities. 9. No smoking in all university facilities except in the provided places. Prepared by: Mr. Babar Zaman TBA=To be announced Page 1 of 2 Course Syllabus University of Hafr Al Batin First Semester 2019/2010 (Term 191) 10. The student is not allowed to use mobile camera for photographing during lectures. 11. Cheating in exam/quiz, copying manuals/other students etc. are HIGHLY prohibited. Any student who indulges himself in such an act will be dealt with accordingly. Weekly Schedule: Date 1 2 3 4 (1-5)-09019 (8-12)-09019 (15-19)-09019 (22-26)-09019 5 (29-03)-10019 6 (06-10)-10019 Contents Sets and the real Number Rational Exponents and Radical Rational Expression and more operation on Radical Complex Number Linear Equations and Rational Equations Linear, Compound, and Absolute Value Inequalities Section R.1 R.3 R.6 1.3 1.1 1.7 Page # Examples Homework Problems 2 1-9 13,31,34,39,40,45,47, 50,51,52,65,91,96,101 107,115 19 1-7 10,22,28,32,37,47,58, 65,70,80,89,82,90 30 1-11 10,16,20,25,30,31,37,38, 49,50,56,60,62,67,73,82 44 1-8 10,17,25,28,34,40,43,45,51,60,66,68,73,74,77,78,82,87 54 1-2,4-9 11, 12,15,16,41,40,43,44,45,48,56,57,67,80,82 78 1-8 9,16,27,29,39,40,43,46,50, 57,65 Major-I[R.1-1.7], 10th October, Thursday 7 8 9 (13-17)-10019 (20-24)-10019 (27-31-10019 10 (03-07)-11019 Quadratic Equation Introduction to Polynomial Functions Rational Functions The Rectangular Coordinates system and Graphing Utilities Functions and Relation One-to-one and Inverse Function Exponential Functions 1.4 3.3 3.5 91 1-7,9-10 7,8,17,19,20,23,49,50,51,53,57,63,64, 126 1-4 13,17,21,26,27,28,37 142 2-5 17, 22, 25, 26, 43,46,49,52,55,60,62 165 1-6 11,12,13,17,19,22,45,49,51,58,60 177 1-7 9,10,23-26,35-56,75,77,82,83 192 1-3 5,10,12,15,16,25-28,37,39,43,43 203 1-2 9-14,15,21,22 2.1 2.3 5.1 4.2 Major-II[1.4-4.2], 14th November, Thursday 11 12 13 14 15 16 (10-14)-11019 Logarithmic Functions (17-21)-11019 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations and Application (24-28)-11019 (01-05)-12019 (08-12)-12019 (15-19)-12019 Angles and Their Measures Trigonometric Function of Any Angle Trigonometric Functions Defined on the Unit Circle Fundamental Trigonometric Identities 4.3 217 1-4,6 9,10,14,15,16,17,18,19,39,41,42 232 1-10 5-14,35-36 247 1-7 ,27-30, 31-34,35,37,40,43,50,51,52,56,57,63,64,65,71, 69,70 264 1-7 9-14,21,23,25,28,33,34,37,38 277 1-6 11,15,17,22,25,30,43,44,65,73,75,78, 291 1-9 11,17,18,24,26,33,43,44,49,53,56,58,59,62,67,77,7,887,90,95 4.5 5.1 5.3 5.4 6.1 Note: Final exam date and venue: TBA Prepared by: Mr. Babar Zaman TBA=To be announced Page 2 of 2