Functions of one variable.
Limits and continuity. Differentiation and its applications. The Mean Value
Theorem and its applications. Definite integral and the Fundamental Theorem
of Calculus. Exponential functions, their derivatives and integrals.
Logarithmic functions and their derivatives. Inverse functions. Inverse
trigonometric functions and their derivatives. Hyperbolic functions.

103102 Calculus (2) (3:3-0)

Prerequisite : 103101

L’Hopital’s Rule. Techniques
of integration. Applications of the definite integral to volumes, areas, arc
lengths and surface areas. Improper integrals. Infinite sequences and series.
Power series. Algebra of matrices and determinants. Solving systems of linear
equations using Gauss method and Cramer’s rule.

103201 Calculus (3) (3:3-0)

Prerequisite : 103102

Conic sections. Parametric
equations. Polar coordinates and graphs. Derivatives and integrals of
functions in polar coordinates. Vectors and analytic geometry in space.
Functions of several variables and partial differentiation. Multiple
Integrals.

103211 Linear Algebra (3:3-0)

Prerequisite : 103102

Systems of linear equations. Matrices and matrix
inverses. Row echelon forms.
Determinants and Cramer rule. Vector spaces and subspaces. Basis and
orthogonal basis. Linear transformations. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors.

103222 Differential Equations (3:3-0)

Prerequisite : 103201

First order and first degree
equations. The homogeneous differential equation with constant coefficients.
The methods of undetermined coefficients, reduction of order and variation of
parameters. Infinite series solutions. Laplace
transforms.

103231
Principles of Statistics (3:3-0)

Prerequisite : 103101

Introduction to Statistics, descriptive
statistics ,frequency tables, cumulative frequency, measures of centrality
and variation , percentiles, Chebychevs inequality and Empirical Rules,
Correlation and regression for bivariate data, introduction to probability,
probability laws, counting rules, mutually exclusive events, conditional
probability and independence of events.
Discrete and continuous random variables, probability distributions,
expected value and standard deviation of a random variable. Binomial
probability distribution. Normal probability distribution. Sampling
distributions and Central limit Theorem.

103250 Discrete Mathematics (3:3-0)

Prerequisite : 103101

Propositional and Predicate
Calculus : Propositions, truth tables, tautologies, fallacies, and
quantifiers. Induction and recursion. Counting techniques :
Permutations, combinations, and counting finite sets. Sets, relations, and
functions. Graph theory: Paths, connected and weighted graphs, matrix
representation, spanning trees and traversing graphs and trees.

103331 Statistical Methods (1) (3:3-0)

Prerequisite : 103102

Introduction to Statistics.
Probability, random variables, distribution of random variables. Binomial
distribution, normal distribution. Estimation based on small and large
samples. Comparing two populations.

103333 Biostatistics (2:2-0)

Prerequisite :103101

Frequency distributions.
Measures of centrality and dispersion. Binomial distribution, Poisson distribution,
normal distribution. Confidence
intervals, testing hypothesis about the mean and the population based on large
samples. Person and Spearman correlation coefficients. Chi square tests and
tests of independence. Vital statistics.

103342 Numerical Analysis (1) (3:3-0)

Prerequisite : 103102

Taylor’s Theorem and its
applications. Errors. Root findings. Solving systems of linear equations
numerically. Interpolation. Numerical differentiation and integration.

104101 General Physics (1) (3:3-0)

Prerequisite: None

Vectors. Kinematics of Point Particles. Dynamics of Point Particles
(Newton’s Laws). Statics; Torque. Circular Motion Work, Energy and Power.
Linear Momentum. Elastic Properties of Matter. Stress and Strain. Vibrational
Motion; Simple Harmonic Motion.

104101 L General Physics Laboratory (1) (1:0-1)

Prerequisite: 104101
(or concurrently)

Experiments on measurements
and uncertainties. Vectors and Forces. Kinematics of Rectilinear Motion. Force and Motion
(Newton’s laws). Linear Momentum and Kinetic Energy. Simple Harmonic Motion;
Simple Pendulum and Spiral Spring. Boyle’s Law for Ideal Fluids. Viscosity of
a Liquid. Specific Heat Capacity.

104102 General Physics (2) (3:3-0)

Prerequisite: 104101

Electrostatics. Direct Current. Theories in
Electricity and Magnetism. Description of Wave Motion. Sound.

104102 L General Physics Laboratory (2) (1:0-1)

Prerequisite: 104101 L and (104102 or concurrently)

Experiments on Ohm’s Law. Wheatstone Bridge. Electric Field Mapping.
Potentiometer. Measurement of Capacitance. Specific Charge of Copper Ions.
Joule’s Law. Kirchhoff’s Laws. Measurement of the Earth’s Magnetic Field.
Electromagnetic Induction.

104103 General Physics for Medical Sciences (3:3-0)

Prerequisite: None

Vectors. One and Two Dimensional Kinematics of Point Particles.
Dynamics of point particles (Newton’s Laws). Circular Motion. Work, Energy
and Power. Linear Momentum. Elastic Properties of Matter; Stress and Strain.
Vibrational Motion; Simple Harmonic Motion. Fluid Mechanics and Viscosity.
Static Electricity; Electric Field, Potential and Potential Energy. Direct
Current. Magnetism. Wave Motion and Sound Waves. Optics. Wave and Particle
Properties of Light. X-Ray.

104103 L General Physics Laboratory for Medical
Sciences (1:0-1)

Prerequisite: 104103
(or concurrently)

Experiments on Measurements
and Uncertainties. Vectors and Forces. Kinematics of Rectilinear Motion.
Force and Motion (Newton’s laws). Linear Momentum and Kinetic Energy. Simple
Harmonic Motion (Simple Pendulum). Viscosity of a Liquid. Ohm’s Law. Electric
Field Mapping. Kirchhoff’s Laws. Joule’s Law. and Magnetism.

104104 Electronic Physics (3:3-0)

Prerequisite: None

Direct Current Circuits. Alternating Current
Circuits. Digital Signals. Semi-Conductors. Diodes. Rectifiers. Diode as a
Logic Gate. Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT). Bias Circuits of BJT.
Transistor as Logic Gate. Families of Logic Circuits. Binary Systems. Boolean
Algebra and Logic Gates.

104105 Electronic Physics Laboratory (1:0-1)

Prerequisite: 104104
(or concurrently)

Experiments on Electronic
Components. Kirchhoff’s Laws. Oscilloscope and Function Generator Operations.
Diode Characteristics. Half-wave Rectifications. Full-wave Rectifications.
Diode as a Logic Gate. BJT Characteristics. Fixed and Voltage Divider Bias of
a BJT. Common-Emitter Transistor Amplifiers. Transistor as a Logic Gate. JFET
Characteristics. Linear OP-AMP Circuits.

104106
General Physics Laboratory (1:0-1)

Prerequisite: 104101 and
(104102 or concurrently)

This Lab. includes experiments on measurements and uncertainties.
Simple Harmonic Motion and Hook's Law. Specific Heat Capacity. Ohm’s Law. The
Potentiometer and Wheatstone Bridge. Electric Field Mapping, measurement of
Capacitance. Specific Charge of Copper Ions. Joule’s Law. Magnetic field of a
current and electromagnetic induction.

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