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COURSE OUTLINE
DEPARTMENT : MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER
CODE DBM2013
NAME ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 2
CREDIT HOUR 3
FACE TO FACE 4 hours / week
PRE-REQUISITE(S) NONE
PROGRAMME DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
DIPLOMA IN MECHATRONICS
VERSION 090514_1.0
DATE EFFECTIVE JUNE 2014
STRUCTURE COMPULSORY / COMMON CORE / DISPLINE CORE / SPECIALIZED /
EFECTIVE
CLO 1. solve the mathematical problems by using appropriate
mathematical techniques and solutions. (C3, LD1)

2. show the solution for differentiation and integration problem by


using appropriate method.(C3, LD1)

3. practice mathematical knowledge and skills in different


mathematics problem. (C3, LD1)

PLO 1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering


fundamentals to well defined mechanical engineering procedures and
practices.
ASSESSMENT
SPECIFICATION
TABLE

SYLLABUS 1.0 EXPONENTS AND LOGARITHMS (04 : 04)


This topic introduces the basic laws of exponents and logarithms.
It also covers their applications to simplify expression and
problem solving.
2.0 DIFFERENTIATION (14 : 14)
This topic explains more on the techniques of differentiation. It
covers the basic rules of differentiation, parametric equation,
implicit differentiation, second order differentiation and derivatives
of trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions. It also
explains application of differentiation in calculating the rates of
change in addition solving maximum and minimum problems.
3.0 INTEGRATION (12 : 12)
This topic describes the integration for algebraic, trigonometric,
exponential and reciprocal functions. It also builds an
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understanding of the integration applications in calculating the
areas and the volumes of bounded region.

Engineering Mathematics 2 For Polytechniques, Aznul Rafizul Ramli et al,


REFERENCES BOOK
Polytechnic Port Dickson, 2012.

PN.ANISAH BINTI ARBAIN (019-9749205)


LECTURER PN.SALWATI BINTI BADRODDIN
EN.MOHD SANI BIN AHMAD