QualificationUnit number and titleBTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Construction and the Build Environment(Civil Engineering)36. Applied Mathematics for Complex EngineeringProblem( Unit Code: K/601/1314 )Student nameAssessor nameDaw Thandar LinDate issuedCompletion dateSubmitted on11.11.201602.12.2016Assignment titleAss Applying Advanced Calculus and Solving Differential Equations ASS (1 of 2)LOLearning outcome(LO)ACIn this assessment you will have the opportunity to present evidence that shows you are able to:Taskno.Evidence(Page no)LO3Be able to apply calculus to engineering problems3.1Determine partial derivatives of functions.13.2Classify stationary points of functions with one and two variables.23.3Determine integrals.33.4Calculus areas and volumes using definite integrals.4LO4Be able to apply differential equations to engineering problems4.1Select appropriate differential equation models54.2Solve problems using initial and boundary value conditions64.3Solve differential equations numerically using mathematical software7Learner declarationI certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own and research sources are fully acknowledged.Student signature: Date:
In addition to the above PASS criteria, this assignment gives you the opportunity to submit evidence in order to achieve thefollowing MERIT and DISTINCTION gradesGrade DescriptorIndicative characteristic/sContextualisationM3Present and communicate appropriatefindingsThe appropriate structure and approach has been usedYou have presented by using appropriate structure and approach for steps for dimensions of the box of maximum volume. (task 2)M2 Select/design and apply appropriate methods/techniquesrelevant theories and techniques have been applied.You have applied the relevant theories in the calculation of the volume of solid generated by revolving the region in task 4(b) about the line y=2and x=4. (task 4)D3 Demonstrate convergent/lateral/creative thinkingConvergent and lateral thinking have been applied.You have applied convergent and lateral thinking inderiving the volume of water in the hemispherical bowlof radius ɑcontaining water to a depth hand calculatingthe rising rate of water level.