MA112 Course Outline – Semester 2, 2020 Page 1 MA 112 Calculus 2 COURSE OUTLINE1.SEMESTER/YEAR: Semester 2, 20202.MODE OF DELIVERY/LOCATION: Face to Face/Online3.PRE-REQUISITES: Admission into Undergraduate Programme4.COURSE CO-ORDINATOR:Mr. Sandeep Kumar5.TEACHING TEAM Lecturer: Mr. Sandeep KumarOffice:Room A420, Level 4, Building A, ICT Centre Phone: +679 32 32283Email:[email protected]Consultation Hours: TBATutor: TBAOffice:Phone: Email:Consultation Hours: Tutor: TBAOffice:Phone: Email:Consultation Hours: 6.LECTURE TIMES & VENUE Face to Face students are to attend all lectures. 7.EMERGENCY CONTACT Name: Dr. MGM Khan, Acting HoS Phone: +679 32 32 507 Email: [email protected]8.COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is fundamental to the study of mathematics at USP. It is also a service course for programmes in Computing Science, Physics and Engineering. The primary goal of this course is to look at the various applications of definite integration, study the different techniques of integration, and provide a brief introduction to functions of two or more variables. We also study L`Hopitals rule and discuss limits rigorously. Some applications of derivatives are also considered and finally we look at infinite series. Day Time Venue MON 4 pm 092-001 TUE 8 am 092-001 WED 4 pm 092-001 THU 8 am 092-001
MA112 Course Outline – Semester 2, 2020 Page 2 9.COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES On successful completion of this course, students should be able to: 1.Demonstrate the basics of calculus of functions of several variables2.Identify which part of knowledge would be used to solve a given practical problem 3.Analyze practical problems using learnt knowledge4.Explain the results for practical problems obtained from using learnt knowledge in general point of view5.Demonstrate basic programming skills in Mathematics for the calculations in this course10.PROGRAM GRADUATE OUTCOMES On successful completion of this programme, graduates should be able to: 1.Demonstrate the ability to use symbolic, graphical, numerical, and written representations of mathematical ideas; 2.Use classical experimental techniques and modern measurement technology, including analogue electronics, computer data acquisition, laboratory test equipment, optics, lasers, and detectors to design experiment, and to properly communicate the results of their experiment; 3.Communicate verbally, graphically, and/or in writing the results of theoretical calculations and laboratory experiments in a clear and concise manner that incorporates the stylistic conventions used by physicists worldwide; 4.Use mathematical reasoning to solve problems and a generalized problem solving process to work word problems. 11.USP GRADUATE OUTCOMES The USP graduate outcomes are as follows: 1.Communication: Graduates will be able to communicate ideas clearly and persuasively in structured formats using language and other modes of communication that are appropriate for context, audience and specific disciplinary conventions.