Module Handbook

 

Module Name:

Problem-Solving Method

Module Level:

Bachelor

Abbreviation, if applicable:

MAA202

Sub-heading, if applicable:

-

Courses   included   in   the

module, if applicable:

 Series, Gamma Functions and Beta Functions

Semester/term:

2nd / First Year

Module coordinator(s):

Abdulloh Jaelani, S.Si., M.Si.

Lecturer(s):

 Abdulloh Jaelani, S.Si., M.Si., Dra. Suzyana, M.Si.

Language:

Bahasa Indonesia

Classification   within   the

curriculum

Compulsory Course / Elective Studies

Teaching format / class

hours per week during semester:

2 hours lectures (50 min / hour)

Workload:

2 hours lectures, 2 hour structural activities, 2 hours individual study,13 week per semester, and total 78 hours per semester   2.6 ECTS

Credit Points:

2

Requirements:

  Calculus I, Calculus II

Learning goals/competencies:

General Competence (Knowledge)

Can use series, gamma function, beta function in applied mathematics.

 

Specific Competence:

1.           Explains infinite sequences and series
2.           Explains series of non-negative terms, series whose terms are alternately positive and negative
3.           Explains power series and their operations 
4.           Explain Taylor and Maclaurin series, multiplication and division of power series
5.           Explain Gamma functions
6.           Explain Beta functions

Content:

This course covers the applications of calculus: 
Series, gamma functions, and beta functions.

Soft skill Attribute

 Completeness of quiz, assignments, midterm exams and final exams

Study/exam achievements:

Students are considered to be competent and pass if at least get 40 of maximum mark of the final score.

 

Grading Policy

Activities

Percentages

Softskill

10 %

Quiz

15 %

Assignments

20 %

Midterm exams

25 %

Final exam

30 %

 

Final index is defined as follow:

A      :    75 - 100

AB    :    70 - 74.99

B      :    65 - 69.99

BC    :    60 - 64.99

C      :    55 - 59.99

D      :    40 - 54.99

E       :      0 - 39.99

Forms of Media:

Slides and LCD projectors, whiteboards

Learning Methods

Lecture, quiz, and assessments

Literature:

1.       Purcell E. J., Rigdon S. E. and Varberg D.2007. Calculus, 9th edition, Pearson Prentice Hall Publisher, United States of America.

2.       James Steward., 2008. Calculus early transcendental 6th ed, Thomson Corporation, USA

3.        H.W.Reddick., F.H.Miller,1965. Advanced Mathematics for Engineers, 3th  Edition, Modern Asia Editions

Notes:

In order to pass the course, you do have to satisfy the minimum requirements for 75 % attendance.