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# MODULE CODE

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NFM2106

MODULE TITLE:

MATHEMATICS 1

SCHOOL/s INVOLVED IN DELIVERY:

Computing and Engineering

NAME OF COURSE(S):
MEng/BEng(Hons) Electronics Programme
MEng/BEng(Hons) Mechanical Engineering
Programme
HNC/D Mechanical Programmes
MEng/BEng(Hons) Mechanical Engineering
Programme
Ann Smith,
LOCATION:
Queensgate
MODULE TYPE:
Compulsory on MEng/BEng(Hons) Mechanical
Engineering
Core on HNC/D Mechanical Programme
CREDIT RATING:
LEVEL:
LEARNING METHODS

20
F
Lecture:
Tutorial and Project Supervision:
Guided Independent study:
Total Hours:

PRE-REQUISITE/S:
RECOMMENDED PRIOR STUDY:
CO-REQUISITE/S:
SHARED TEACHING:
PROFESSIONAL BODY REQUIREMENTS:
BARRED COMBINATIONS:

Approved: SAVP Chairs Action May 2014
Version: 03
Effective: 14/15
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linear mathematics.SYNOPSIS: The module contains a range of basic engineering mathematics including numbers. Tutorial examples will be provided on which students are expected to make full use of unsupervised time. including adequate demonstration of solving examples. calculus and numerical techniques to support the engineering modules. functions. LEARNING STRATEGY: Concepts and techniques will be introduced in lectures. Difficulties will be dealt with in tutorial classes Approved: SAVP Chairs Action May 2014 Version: 03 Effective: 14/15 Page 2 of 6 .

vectors. inverses. recurrence relations. Introduction to probability and statistics. Approved: SAVP Chairs Action May 2014 Version: 03 Effective: 14/15 Page 3 of 6 . Introduction to the Laplace transform Numerical techniques for solving equations. series. the bisection method and Newton-Raphson method. complex numbers. hyperbolic.OUTLINE SYLLABUS: Numbers. Simple differential equations and form of solutions. Sequences. trigonometric. exponential. Matrices. Scalars. determinants. progressions. Differentiation and integration of simple functions and rules of differentiation for products. quotients and function of a function. Functions. Numerical methods for evaluating integrals. Cramer’s rule. curve sketching. arithmetic and algebraic procedures. products. logarithmic.

Analyse simple analytical engineering models using mathematical functions/concepts.LEARNING OUTCOMES: Knowledge and Understanding: 1. Understand and manipulate mathematical functions/concepts relevant to engineering Abilities: 2. 3. Interpret solutions of mathematical models in physical terms Approved: SAVP Chairs Action May 2014 Version: 03 Effective: 14/15 Page 4 of 6 .

2-hour examination. Approved: SAVP Chairs Action May 2014 Version: 03 Effective: 14/15 Page 5 of 6 a. 2. This will be the final stage of assessment.c.c. a. Three in-class tests throughout the year . Assessment tasks/weighting: 1. 70% .b.b. 30% The tests are of 40mins duration standard time extended as directed forany students requiring extra time. These In Class Tests will be held under the University regulations related to the arrangement and conduct of coursework.ASSESSMENT STRATEGY: Formative Assessment: Formative assessment and feedback will be provided through tutorial sessions. Tutor reassessment will be available. Each of the tests to contribute a maximum of 10% to the overall module mark (maximum total of 30%).

looking for basic understanding and ability to apply the techniques. The final examination enables students to demonstrate their overall grasp of the subject matter and its interrelated nature. the continual nature of the tests enables those students who perform less well in formal examinations to better demonstrate their learning.uk/myreading/lists/NFM2106 Approved: SAVP Chairs Action May 2014 Version: 03 Effective: 14/15 Page 6 of 6 . The tests will enable the students to learn more effectively by providing feedback immediately after completing each end of section test.hud. Each assessment will be structured so as to assess minimum achievement and provide grading. READING LIST: https://library3.ac.Assessment criteria: Each assessment will test all outcomes. In addition.