# Course Title: Aerospace Mathematics 2

## Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term2 2010

Course Code: MATH5158

Course Title: Aerospace Mathematics 2

School: 155T Life & Physical Sciences

Campus: City Campus

Program: C6011 - Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Aerospace)

Course Contact : Tatjana Grozdanovski

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 2283

Course Contact Email:tatjana.grozdanovski@rmit.edu.au

Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Selva Venkatesan

Office: 51.07.05
Phone: 9925 4964
Email: selva.venkatesan@rmit.edu.au

Tatjana Grozdanovski

Office: 51.06.04
Phone: 99254689
Email: tatjana.grozdanovski@rmit..edu.au

Nominal Hours: 60

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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

MATH5156 Mathematics 1

Course Description

This course provides training in mathematics that underpins more advanced training required for employment as para-professional technicians.
Areas covered in this course include:
• Introduction to complex numbers
• Complex numbers applications
• Differential equations
• Vectors
• Partial derivatives
• Sequences and series
• Boolean Algebra.

National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

 National Element Code & Title: VBH156 Aerospace Mathematics 2

Learning Outcomes

1. Explain concepts and solve problems relating to complex numbers.
2. Perform exercises involving complex numbers.
3. Solve differential equations (DEs).
4. Solve vector problems.
5. Perform exercises involving partial derivatives.
6. Perform exercises involving sequences and series.
7. Perform exercises involving Boolean Algebra.

Details of Learning Activities

Students will be required to analyze and solve problems related to Integration, Complex Numbers and Boolean Algebra. Students will be expected to attend lecture/ tutorial classes,  sit two supervised written examinations and complete a written assignment.

Teaching Schedule

 Week Date Topic Description 1 09 July Applications of Integration Mean and root mean square 2 16 July Applications of Integration Centroid of a region and Pappus’ Theorem 3 23 July Applications of Integration Second moments of inertia 4 30 July Revision 5 06 Aug EXAM 1 6 13 Aug Complex Numbers Introduction, addition & subtraction, multiplication & conjugates 7 20 Aug Complex Numbers Division, solutions of eqns & geometric interpretations 8 27 Aug Complex Numbers Polar and exponential form 9 03 Sept Vacation 10 10 Sept Complex Numbers Multiplication and division in polar/exp form & powers 11 17 Sept Complex Numbers Roots and regions 12 24 Sept Boolean Algerbra Exercise 1&2 13 01 Oct Boolean Algerbra Exercise 3 14 08 Oct Boolean Algerbra Exercise 4 15 15 Oct Boolean Algerbra Exercise 5 16 22 Oct Boolean Algerbra Exercise 6 17 29 Oct REVISION 18 05 Nov EXAM 2 19 12 Nov EXAM 2

Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts

References

Other Resources

Overview of Assessment

Assessment consists of:

A Mid-Semester test worth 35%

A Project worth 15% and

Final Examination worth 50%.

One Assignment worth 15%

Mid-Semester Examination worth 35%

Final Examination worth 50%

Assessment Matrix

Other Information

NOTE:    Dates and activities may alter.
Students will be advised in advance by the lecturer in charge.

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