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MATH 1010 – Mathematics I

At a glance

  • 5 lecture hours per week
  • 5 credits
  • I Semester



Course Description

  • Sets (different forms of sets, operations)
  • Relations and functions (Cartesian products, different types of relations and functions)
  • Permutations and combinations (nPr, nCr, repeated permutations)
  • Partial fractions (resolving proper and improper fractions)
  • Logarithms
  • Mathematical induction
  • Trigonometric functions (allied angles, compound angles, multiple and submultiples angles, transformations)
  • Complex numbers (Argand diagram, polar form)
  • Limits and continuity (Limits by different methods)
  • Differentiation (first principle method, properties of derivatives)
  • Straight lines (slopes, different forms of the equation of a straight line)

Learning Resources

  • Ranganath, G. K. (2016). Book of mathematics. Himalaya Publishing House.