MTH241 - Mathematics II

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Last revision date 2012-10-12 11:49:22.746
Last review date 2012-10-12 11:49:22.746

Subject Title
Mathematics II

Subject Description
This subject continues the development of mathematical skillsimportant to technology. Areas of study include quadratic equations,linear and quadratic functions, plane and solid geometry (concentrating on areas and volumes), graphing (linear, logarithmic and semilogarithmic), and logarithmic and exponential functions. Engineering applications are stressed.

Credit Status
One credit toward the Civil Engineering Technician Diploma Program or the Civil Engineering Technology Diploma Program.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Identify the significant role that intermediate level mathematics plays in engineering technology;

2. Demonstrate effective intermediate level mathematics skills, in an individual activity, by applying appropriate fundamental principles and concepts in the solution of a given set of conditions;

3. Demonstrate effective analytical skills in selecting the appropriate area of mathematics, as an individual activity, to be used in the solution of a given set of conditions;

4. In an individual activity, effectively evaluate a calculated solution's appropriateness to a given engineering solution;

5. Demonstrate effective transferable problem-solving skills, in an individual activity, by converting appropriate numerical information into acceptable visual representation, facilitating analytical solution.

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Accommodation for Students with Disabilities
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