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THE INFORMATION HERE IS NOW CORRECT AS OF September,5th, 2012.
You are expected to attend all lectures. Attendance registers will be taken at randomly chosen lectures.
|Tuesday||11:00 - 12:00||Eng 325|
|Tuesday||12:00 - 1:00||Eng 325||2h lecture with 15min break|
|Thursday||2:00 - 3:00||PP1||1h lecture|
|Thursday||3:00 - 4:00||PP1||1h Lecture/Problems Workshop|
|Tuesday||2:00 - 3:00||Bancroft Road 402||1h Exercise Class|
|Thursday||4:00 - 5:00||Eng 324||1h Exercise Class|
|What is the Problems Workshop?||What is an Exercise Class?|
|The Problems Workshop is a chance for people to
ask about coursework solutions from previous weeks, or to
ask questions about the lecture material.
Attendance at the Problems Workshop is NOT compulsory.
| Exercise classes provide you with a somewhere to work and the chance of
asking questions to the tutorial assistants who will be available.
If you are having difficult understanding a topic, or answering
a problem, then they will try to help you. They are not there to
give you full answers to the questions, so don't try asking them!
Each week you should go to just one of the exercise classes. Choose the day that suits you, and move to another day if it gets too crowded. You should turn up if you need some help.
Attendance at the exercise classes is NOT compulsory.
The tests will last 50 minutes and consist of 6 questions each worth 4 marks each. The questions will be similar to, and at the same level of difficulty as the Part A questions of the final May/June exam. (Past exam papers are available on this web site.)
Look at this for all the rules about assessment, missed coursework, missed tests, and so on. Make sure that you read this!
This course assumes that you have some basic mathematical skills. If you need reminding ... follow this link to The Basics.
See when coursework is handed out and collected in.
See the Official Course Information for details of the Coursework exercises, and how they contribute to your final mark.
|Week 1 (Hand in Oct 1)||Week 2 (Hand in Oct 8)||Week 3 (Hand in Oct 15)||Week 4 (Hand in Oct 22)|
|Week 5 (Hand in Oct 29 )||Week 6 (Hand in Nov 12)||Week 8 (Hand in Nov 19)||Week 9 (Hand in Nov 26)|
|Week 10 (Hand in Dec 5)||Week 11 (Hand in Dec 12).||.|
|Vectors summary||Differentiation summary||.|
|Series summary||Integration summary||Applications of Integration summary|
|Partial differentiation summary||Complex numbers summary||.|
|Applications of Integration||Partial Differentiation||Complex Numbers||.|
See the Official Course Information for details of the Tests, and how they contribute to your final mark.
Mid-term tests are in weeks 5 and 10 of term. The tests will last 50 minutes and consist of 6 questions each worth 4 marks each. The questions will be similar to, and at the same level of difficulty as the Part A questions of the final May/June exam. These Sample Tests use past Part A questions to demonstrate the format and level of the tests.
As in the final examination, calculators are NOT allowed.
|Sample Test 1 (Vectors and Differentiation)||Solutions (scanned)|
|Sample Test 2 (Vectors and Differentiation)||.|
|Sample Test 3 (Series, convergence and integration)||Solutions (scanned)||.|
See the Official Course Information for details of how the final exam (in May-June), contributes to your final mark.
|Exam May 2001||Exam May 2002||Exam May 2003||Exam May 2004||Exam May 2005||Exam May 2006||Exam May 2007||Exam May 2008||Exam May 2009||Exam May 2010||Exam May 2011||Exam May 2012|
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