ENGAA Mathematics for ENGAASyllabus:1.
ENGAA Units:- Measurement of length, mass, time, and temperature
- Conversion between different units of measurement
- Understanding the concept of units and their applications
2.
ENGAA Numbers:- Properties of real numbers
- Rational and irrational numbers
- Prime numbers and factorization
- Operations with integers, fractions, and decimals
- Scientific notation
3.
ENGAA Ratio & Proportion:- Understanding ratios and proportions
- Solving problems related to proportions
- Direct and inverse variation
- Applications of ratios and proportions in real-life situations
4.
ENGAA Algebra:- Algebraic expressions and equations
- Solving linear and quadratic equations
- Graphing linear equations
- Polynomials and their operations
- Factoring and solving polynomial equations
5.
ENGAA Geometry:- Properties of lines, angles, and triangles
- Congruence and similarity of triangles
- Quadrilaterals and polygons
- Circles and their properties
- Coordinate geometry
6.
ENGAA Statistics:- Collection and representation of data
- Measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode)
- Measures of dispersion (range, variance, standard deviation)
- Probability distributions
- Interpreting and analyzing statistical data
7.
ENGAA Probability:- Fundamentals of probability
- Calculating probabilities of events
- Conditional probability
- Probability distributions
- Applications of probability in real-life scenarios
Note: This syllabus is designed for the ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment) Mathematics section. It covers the fundamental topics and concepts that candidates should be familiar with in order to perform well in the exam.
This course is helpful for the following exams: ENGAA