MTH6107 CHAOS AND FRACTALS:
learning and assessment
COURSEWORK
The coursework is not part of the assessment
The coursework is
demanding
: it's designed to
improve your Calculus skills
help you become an independent learner.
Don't submit it; instead, assess it yourself:
How many hours have I spent on it?
Have I been resourceful when I got stuck?
Would anyone understand what I've written?
A detailed solution to each problem is posted to assist you in your self-assessment.
For additional feedback and help, discuss your work with me at the exercise class and/or during office hours.
FINAL EXAMINATION
sample paper
The final examination constitutes 100% of the assessment
Examinable material:
Class notes
Lecture notes,
excluding
Chapter 1, section "Continuous time".
Chapter 4, section "Measure": pages 4-5.
Chapter 4, section "Invariant measure".
Chapter 4, section "Conjugacy": theorem 1, proof of theorem 2.
Chapter 5, section "IFS": last 2 pages.
Duration:
2 hrs.
Grade boundaries:
Standard QM Maths.
Rubric:
Attempt all questions.
Marks awarded are shown next to the questions.
Write your solutions in complete, correct English sentences.
Feedback on past papers:
If you do a past paper, I'll be happy to discuss your work with you, in your presence.
I don't provide "model solutions" to past papers.