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Mathematics-1 is a course in Basic Mathematics offered by the Department of Basic Sciences. It is a 2-credit-hour course conducted through 4 hours along 8 weeks. This course provides an intensive study on Basic Mathematics, which is fundamental to the study of related technical subjects. Emphasis is placed on many topics; explicitly: Decimals and Percentage, Algebra and Equations, Lines and Inequalities, Functions and Graphs, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions.
1. Compute percentage and apply the operations on decimals and fractions.
2. Recognise the real numbers and their properties.
3. Apply operations on polynomials and factorise the polynomials.
4. Solve linear, quadratic, and absolute value equations.
5. Solve linear inequalities.
6. Find equations of, and graphing, lines and circles.
7. Recognize functions, including composition of functions and inverse functions, and their application as mathematical models.
8. Use the properties of exponential and logarithmic functions and their application to solve equations
Mathematics With Applications: - 10th edition
Author: L. Lial , T. W. Hungerford , and J. Holcomb
Publisher: Pearson, 2013.
Precalculus Enhanced with Graphing Utilities, 7th edition
Author: Michael Sullivan
Publisher: Pearson, 2016