MA1201

MA1201 MATHEMATICS IIA
Credits: 4 Course Coordinator:  
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One and two hour class sessions each week Instructor(s):  
Textbook(s) and other supplemental materials 1.         Purcell, D., Purcell, E.J., Rigdon, S.E., 2007, Calculus, 9th ed. Pearson Prentice Hall

2.      Stewart, J.,1999, Calculus, 4thed, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company

3.      Thomas, 2005, Calculus, 11thed, Pearson Education

4.      Strang, G., 1991, Calculus, Wellesley-Cambridge Press, http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/ resources/ Strang/strangtext.htm

Course information Mata kuliah ini memperkenalkan konsep-konsep matematika dasar yang digunakan dalam studi lebih lanjut dalam ilmu dan teknik. Terlepas dari pemahaman konsep, kursus ini menekankan sikap baik dalam belajar matematika ilmu pengetahuan dan teknik.
This course introduces basic mathematical concepts used in further studies in sciences and engineering. Apart from understanding the concepts, this course emphasizes good mathematical attitudes in learning sciences and engineering.
Pre-requisite

·         MA1101 MATHEMATICS IA

Co-requisite

·         N/A

Required Course
Learning outcomes Memberikan pengetahuan sekaligus pendalaman konsep-konsep dasar matematika yang telah dipelajari di SMU, untuk lebih mengenal dan memahami fenomena alam beserta proses perubahannya, sebagai landasan dalam mempelajari proses dan mekanisme alam di tingkat lebih lanjut, serta menggunakan konsep-konsep tersebut untuk memecahkan problematika sederhana dalam kehidupan sehari-hari, sains, dan teknologi
Providing knowledge and more advanced concepts of mathematics that has been studied in high school, to have knowledge and understanding of  natural phenomena and  change in processes, as a cornerstone in the study of natural processes and mechanisms at the level further, and use these concepts to solve simple problems in everyday life, science and technology

 

Student Outcomes a b c d e f g h i j k
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Lecture/Lab Topics Covered

Week Topics
1-2 Techniques of integrations
3 Indeterminate forms and improper integrals
4-6 Infinite series
  Midterm Test
7 Conics and polar
8 Geometry in space and vectors
9-10 Derivatives for functions of two or more variables
11 Conics and polar coordinates
12-13 Multiple integrals
  Midterm Test
14-15 Differential equations
16 Final Test