Math 118 – Solid Geometry
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Objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education
1. To train and prepare high school and technology teachers who are effective, sufficient and committed in the pursuit of the quality education through:
a. The development of critical thinking and manipulative skills.
b. The conduct of research, extension and production activities; and
c. The inculcation of moral values and safe work habits.
2. To develop entrepreneurs and produce industrial manpower with experiences in the democratic way of life for enlightened, productive and environmentally responsive citizenry. I. Course Code
II. Course Title
III. Course Credit
IV. Course Prerequisite
Math 115- Plane Geometry
V. Total Number of Hours
Number of Contact Hours Per Week:
3 VI. Course Description
This course involves three-dimensional structures and their constructions, measures, and analysis of properties. Because we live in a three-dimensional world, students must learn to function with enhanced spatial skills. This serves as a fundamental course for the study of volume and multivariable functions in calculus. The use of graphing calculators and computer algebra systems is highly encouraged.
Through this course, students will better appreciate the relevance of the concepts in geometry by associating the lessons with real-life objects and situations which require through analysis of surface area and volume. The students will be able to develop techniques in determining required dimensions and measures by applying algebraic and geometric concepts.
VIII. Course Objectives
General objective/s: Through this course, the students will better appreciate the relevance of the concepts in geometry by associating the lessons with real-life objects and situations which require thorough analysis of surface area and volume. The students will be able to develop techniques in determining required dimensions and measures by applying algebraic and geometric concepts. Specific objective/s: Through this course, the students should be able to: a. differentiate various types of geometric solids
b. construct geometric solids
c. tell the properties of geometric solids
d. determine required measures of geometric solids
e. perform accurate mathematical calculations
f. develop efficient problem analysis and solving techniques g.
1. lecture method
2. active participation
3. problem solving
Students must at least obtain 50% passing score or higher in order to pass the subject. The subject is weighted as follows:
: 20 %
: 15 %
: 10 %
: 5 %
: 10 %
Midterm/Final Term Exam
Midterm Grade/Final Term Grade = Class Standing (60%) + Examination (40%) = 100%
Final Grade = Mid Term Grade (40%) + Final Term Grade (60%) = 100%
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