There will be a revision lecture on Friday 5 May from 1400 to 1600
in the Drapers Lecture Theatre.
The examination will be on Monday 22 May from 1000 to 1200
in Room 113 of the Francis Bancroft Building.
This material will remain here
until after the examination.
Apart from the course descriptions, the items below are PDF files; you
will need Acrobat Reader to browse or print them.
Course descriptions and course information
All uncollected coursework has been taken
to the Mathematics Office, whence it can be collected
0930--1100 Thursdays or
Test and examination material
- Last year's test
- Solutions to last year's test.
Please do not look at the answers until you have tried the questions!
- An earlier year's test
- This year's test
- Solutions to this year's test.
- Last year's exam
Thirteen people submitted answers to the challenge problem.
Congratulations to Nasima Begum, Jonathan Fung, Ali Gulsen and Amos Ruiz
for getting full marks.
Items are put here at your suggestion!
Paradox (poster in the London Underground, July 2000)
Introduction to Probability, by
Charles M. Grinstead and J. Laurie Snell,
a free textbook with lots of exercises.
- Virtual Laboratories in
Probability and Statistics, a set of web-based
resources for students and teachers of probability and statistics, where
you can run simulations etc.
- Kai Ling Kwan recommends
"Why do buses come in threes?" by Rob Eastaway, Jeremy Wyndham, saying
"It's quite a nice read, with lots of different aspects of maths in it. For
example, the Fibonacci's Series, Golden Ratio and Euler as well."
diagrams by Frank Ruskey, with many nice pictures like this one.
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R. A. Bailey
Page updated 4/5/06