### INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE

THE COURSE CONTENT

Definition of Computer

History of Computer

Generations of Computer

Computer Hardware: functional components Modern I/0 units.

Software: Operating Systems, Application Packages.

Number system

Program: Development; Flow charts and algorithms

Programming  with QBASIC Fundamentals

### GENERAL MATHEMATICS I

MTH 101 COURSE CONTENT

COURSE TITTLE:          General Mathematics I           (3 UNITS)

COURSE CODE:           MTH 101

COURSE LECTURER:    Dr. (Mrs.) Chizoba Eugenia Oladayo

DEPARTMENT:                        Mathematics and Computer Science

FACULTY:                     Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences

COURSE OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lectures, students should be able to:

1.         Define difference concepts in this course.

2.         Solve problems on all the topics in this course

COURSE OUTLINE:

1.      Elementary Set Theory, Subset, Union, Intersection Complements, Venn Diagram

2.      Real Numbers, integers, Rational and Irrational numbers, Mathematical Induction, Real Sequence and Series.

4.      Binomial Theorem

5.      Complex Numbers, algebra of Complex numbers, the Argand Diagram.

6.      Remoivre’s Theorem, nth root of unity, Circular measure.

7.      Trigonometry functions of angles of any magnitude, Addition and Factor formulae.

8.      Revision

9.      Examination.

LECTURE ARRANGEMENT:                 3 hours/week

MODE OF ASSESSEMENT:                   Assignment, Class work Test and Examination

CLASS ETHICS:             Punctuality to Lectures, Attentiveness during lecture, active participation, Class work and assignment must be completed and submitted.

REFFERENCE MATERIALS:

1.         Engineering Mathematics By K.A. Stroud With addition by Dexter J. Booth (Fifth Edition)

2.         Statistics for Sciences Vol. 1 By Olu Adetunji Awosoga (Unilag)

3.   A Basic Course in Statistics By  R. Bola Kasumu. Fatol Venturse , Lagos , 2000. Printed By  JAS publishers , Akoka – Lagos.

4. Internet Materials.

COURSE DESCRIPTION (WEEKLY LECTURE PLAN)

WEEK ONE:                                   Real Numbers, integers, Rational and Irrational numbers

WEEKS TWO AND THREE:                       Mathematical Induction, Real Sequence and Series.

WEEKS FOUR AND FIVE:              Elementary Set Theory, Subset, Union, Intersection Complements.

WEEK SEVEN:                              Venn diagram (First Test)

WEEKS EIGHT AND NINE:            Complex Numbers, algebra of Complex numbers, the Argand Diagram.

WEEKS NINE AND TEN:               Theory of Quadratic Equations

WEEK ELEVEN:                             Remoivre’s  Theorem, nth root of unity, Circular measure.

WEEK TWELVE:                                        Binomial Theorem

WEEK THIRTEEN AND FOURTEEN:          Trigonometry functions of angles of any magnitude, Addition and Factor formulae. (Second Test)

WEEK FOURTEEN:                        Revision

WEEK FIFTEEN:                             Examination.