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General chemistry

Year: 2020, 2021, 2022

School: Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University

Department: Medical, Pharmaceutical and Health science

Course Code: CHM101

Topics: mole concept, electronic configuration, law of multiple proportion, Nuclear Fission, Nuclear fusion, molar mass, atomic orbital, empirical formula, molecular formula


Basic Engineering Mathematics ,Seventh Edition

Author: John Bird

School: Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Department: Engineering

Course Code: ENG307, EN308

Topics: Basic arithmetic, Fraction, decimal, percentage, ratio proportion, power, roots, indices, units, algebra, transposing formulae, simultaneous equations, quadratic equation, Logarithms, exponential function, straight line graph, logarithmic scales, angles, triangles, trignometry, trignometric wave forms, cartesion co-ordinate, polar co-ordinate, circle, volume, surface area, vector, probability, differentiation, integration, number sequence, binary, octal, inequality, Direct proportion, Inverse proportion, Standard form, Engineering notation, Metric conversion, Basic operations, Factorisation, Laws of precedence

Statistical Inference I

Author: Femi Ayoola, JF Ojo, Remi Raji-Oyelade

School: University of Ibadan

Department: Science and Technology

Course Code: STA121

Topics: Statistical Inference, sampling, statistics, Sampling Techniques, Non-Probability Sampling Techniques, Large Sample Distribution of Means, Difference of Means, Central Limit Theorem, Sampling Distribution of Means, Large Sample Distribution of Proportion, Difference of Proportions, Large Sample Interval Estimation, estimation, Hypothesis Testing, Null Hypothesis, Scatter Diagram, Simple Bivariate Regression Model, Least Square Method, Correlation Analysis, Spear’s Ranking Order Correlation, Time Series Analysis, time series

Statistics for Agricultural and Biological Sciences 2 lecture note

Author: STA204

School: University of Ilorin

Department: Science and Technology

Course Code: STA204

Topics: estimation, central limit theorem, sample proportion, interval estimation, sample estimation, hypothesis testing, two population mean, design experiments, replication, error control, analysis of variance, experimental design, ANOVA, sum of squares, simple linear regression, correlation

Survey Methods and Sampling Theory

Author: AA Sodipo, VC Onyeze

School: University of Ibadan

Department: Science and Technology

Course Code: STA324

Topics: Survey Methods, Sampling Theory, Sample Survey, Probability sampling, non-Probability sampling, Simple Random Sampling, Random Sampling, Non-Random Sampling, Population Proportion, Confidence Limit, Systematic Sampling, Stratified Random Sampling, Ratio, Regression Estimation, Non-Sampling Error, response error

Concrete Technology Theory and Practice, Multicolour Edition

Author: MS Shetty

School: Bayero University, Kano

Department: Engineering

Course Code: CIV5307

Topics: Concrete technology, Cements, Modern cements history, Portland cement manufacturing, Portland cement wet process manufacturing, Portland cement dry process manufacturing, Cement chemical composition, Cements hydration, Heat of hydration, Calcium silicate hydrates, Calcium hydroxide, calcium aluminate hydrates, hydrated cements structure, Water requirement for hydration, Cement types, ASTM cements classification, Ordinary Portland cement, Rapid hardened cement, Extra rapid hardening cement, Portland slag cement, Quick setting cement, super sulphated cement, low heat cement, Portland pozzolana cement, coloured cement, hydrophobic cement, masonry cement, expansive cement, Cement testing, Aggregates, aggregates testing, Aggregates form igneous rock, aggregates from sedimentary rocks, aggregates from metamorphic rock, aggregate crushing value, aggregates impact value, aggregate abrasion value, Deval attrition test, Dorry Abrasion test, Los Angeles test, modulus of elasticity, bulk density, specific gravity, Sieve analysis, Aggregates testing, Water, water qualities, Sea water for mixing concrete, Admixture, construction chemicals, Plasticizers, water reducers, Workability, Plasticizers action, Superplasticizers classification, Factors affecting workability, Superplasticizers types, Fresh concrete, Fresh concrete water content, Fresh concrete mix proportions, Aggregates sizes in fresh concrete, Aggregates shape, Surface texture, Admixture use in fresh concrete, Workability measurement, Slump test, k-slump test, aggregates grading, compacting factor test, flow test, flow table apparatus, vee bee consistometer test, setting of concrete, Manufacture of concrete process, Concrete compaction, Concrete curing, Concrete strength, Water-cement ratio, Strength gaining with age, Concrete maturity concept, Bond strength, High strength concrete, Elasticity, Creep, Shrinkage, Aggregates elastic properties, Modulus of Elasticity, Dynamic modulus of elasticity, Poison's ratio, Creep rheological representation, Creep measurement, Factors affecting creep, Aggregate influence, Mix proportion influence, Shrinkage, Plastic Shrinkage, Drying Shrinkage, Moisture movement, Autogenous Shrinkage, Carbonation shrinkage, Concrete Durability, Strength to Durability relationship, Concrete volume change, Durability definition, durability significance, Permeability, Cement paste permeability, Concrete permeability, Plastic shrinkage cracks, Settlement cracks, Thermal shrinkage, Hardened concrete testing, Concrete mix design, Special concrete, concrete methods

Theory of International Trade

Author: Steve Suranovic

School: Modibbo Adama University of Technology

Department: Administration, Social and Management science

Course Code: CC317

Topics: Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage, Specific-Factor Model, Factor Theory, Leontief Paradox, Linder Hypothesis, factor Proportion Model

Introduction to Quantitative Methods

Author: OE Maku, GA Adesina-Uthman

School: National Open University of Nigeria

Department: Administration, Social and Management science

Course Code: ECO153

Topics: Quantitative Methods, Real Number System, Fraction, Ratio, Proportion, Percentages, Lowest Common Multiples, Factorisation, Highest Common Factors, Indices, Logarithms, Surds, Equations, Formulae, Linear Equations, Linear Simultaneous Equations, Quadratic Equations, Simultaneous Equations, Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations, Set Theory, set, Set Notations, Sets Operation, Venn Diagrams, Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression, Sequence, Series, Polynomial, Binomial Theorem, Partial Fractions, Binomial Expansions, Factorials, Permutation, Combination, Matrix Operations, Matrices

Classical Utilitarianism from Hume to Mill

Author: Frederick Rosen

School: University of Ibadan

Department: Arts and Humanities

Course Code: PHI101

Topics: Utilitarianism, Classical Utilitarianism, utility, morality, justice, Epicurus, Epicurean tradition, ancient Epicureanism, Gassendi, modern Epicureanism, Theory of Moral Sentiments, Scottish Enlightenment, Bentham’s theory of proportion, hedonism, liberty, Negative liberty