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# Don Bosco Technical College

## Credit 3 units, 3 hours lecture

Course Description Numerical methods deals with the study of direct and interactive numerical methods in engineering, computation of series expansions, roots of algebraic and
transcendental equations, numerical differentiation and integration, solution to simultaneous linear and non-linear equations, function approximation and
interpolation, ordinary and partial differential equations, The Monte-Carlo method, simulation, error propagation and analysis, the methods of least squares
and goodness-of-fit tests are also discussed.

## Prerequisite Differential Equations

Course outcomes Upon completion of the course, the learners will be able to:
1. Estimate error bounds in numerical calculations (POaek);
2. Evaluate series expansions (POaek);
3. Solve differential equations (POaek);
4. Perform interpolation of functions (POaek);
5. Find the roots of equations (POaek);
6. Solve simultaneous linear and nonlinear equations (POaek), and
7. Prepare algorithms, write computer programs, use computer software and implement these to the solution of engineering problems (POck).

Textbook S. Chapra & R. Canale. Numerical Methods for Engineers, 6th Ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2010.

References 1. T. Akai. Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers, 7th Ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2010.
3. Nm.mathforcollege.com

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## Expectations During the course, the student are expected to:

1. Take an active role in the course;
2. Study the suggested readings prior to attending the class;
3. Submit work on time, and
4. Complete all course requirements.

Overall Assessment
Prelim, Midterm & Final Exams 40%
Quizzes & Exams 40%
Recitations/Seat works/Assignments 20%

Passing 70%

The numerical ranges for each number grade are as follows:

## Equivalent Ranges Equivalent Ranges

1.00 97 – 100 2.25 80 – 82
1.25 93 – 96 2.50 77 – 79
1.50 90 – 92 2.75 73 – 76
1.75 87 – 89 3.00 70 – 72
2.00 83 – 86 5.00 69 and below

Attendance:
1. A student who arrives in the class five (5) minutes after the prescribed time is marked TARDY. Three (3) TARDY marks are equivalent to one (1)
absence.
2. A student who comes fifteen (15) minutes or more after the prescribed class time is marked absent (pp. 42-44 Student Handbook).
3. A grade of 5.0 or NGA is given to students incurring more than three (3) absences for whatever reason.

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4. A student who missed taking an exam or doing an activity for his/her absence receives a grade of 0% for the requirement.

## Quizzes, Exams and Requirements:

1. On the first ten minutes of each class, a brief quiz may be given that would cover materials from current or previous lectures/activities.
2. All assignments are due in the beginning of the class on the due day.
3. Late assignments/requirements will not be accepted.
4. Only students with valid reason (sickness, death in the family) will be allowed to take make-up exam upon presentation of a medical certificate
and/or letter of excuse from parents or guardian.

1. It is the responsibility of every student to uphold and maintain academic integrity (p. 38 Student Handbook). You violate the academic integrity
when you represent another's work as your own. Assignments may be discussed with other students but work done must be your own. Make sure
that you can explain everything that you have submitted. Copying is prohibited.
2. A grade of 0 is given to a student who is caught cheating in quizzes/exams or who has committed plagiarism in assignments.
3. A failing grade for the course is given to a student who is caught cheating in a major exam (prelim, midterm and final) or who has committed
plagiarism in projects or term papers.

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## Schedule/ Learning outcomes Topics Learning Materials/resources Assessment Annotation

Session No. experiences

## At the end of the lesson, the learner will be `

able to:

Week 1 Discuss algorithms and their complexity. Orientation Lecture LCD Projector
Discussion White Board
1. Algorithms and their Chapter 1-2 of text
complexity

Week 2 Describe growth of functions. 2. The growth of functions Lecture Chapter 3 of text
Discussion

Week 3 Analyze errors in numerical calculations. 3. Analysis of errors in Lecture Chapter 3-4 of text
numerical calculations. Discussion
Drill & Practice

## Week 4 Exam #1 Written Exam

Week 5 Apply MacLaurin’s and Taylor’s series 4. Evaluation of series Lecture Chapter 4 of text
expansions. expansion of functions. Discussion
Drill & Practice

## Week 6 Preliminary Examination Week

Week 7 Find the roots of equations. 5. Roots of Algebraic and Lecture Chapter 5 of text
Transcendental Equations Discussion
Drill & Practice

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Week 8 Solve simultaneous linear equations. 6. Simultaneous Linear Lecture Chapter 9 of text
Equations Discussion
Drill & Practice

## Week 9 Exam #2 Written Exam

Week 10 Solve simultaneous nonlinear equations. 7. Simultaneous Nonlinear Lecture Chapter 6 of text
Equations Discussion
Drill & Practice

## Week 11 Demonstrate interpolation and 8. Function Approximation Lecture Chapter 17 of text

approximations. and Interpolation Discussion
Drill & Practice

## Week 12 Midterm Examination Week

Week 13 Solve derivatives and integrals. 9. Numerical Differentiation Lecture Chapter 21 of text
and Integration Discussion
Drill & Practice

## Week 14 Solve ODEs. 10. Ordinary Differential Lecture Chapter 25 of text

Equations Discussion
Drill & Practice

## Week 16 Solve PDEs 11.Partial Differential Lecture Chapter 29 of text

Equations Discussion
Drill & Practice

Week 17 Solve PDEs 12. PDE (con’t) Drill & Practice Chapter 29 of text

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ANNEX A

## Program learning outcomes I E D

a) Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physical, life and information science, and engineering D
b) Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data E
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints E
d) An ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams I
e) An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems D
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
g) An ability to communicate effectively in both Filipino and English languages E
h) An understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context
i) An ability to engage in lifelong learning I
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues
k) An ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for electronics engineering practice D
l) An ability to apply engineering and management principles as a member and leader of a team, and to manage I
projects in a multidisciplinary environment

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ANNEX B

Rubrics for performance assessment (For projects, papers, reports, practical exams, problem solving)