This page contains some material for the course: MATH 151
Mathematics 1A Part 1. Almost all of the material for this
course is distributed through the course e-learning site. This web-page
is only used for emergency situations.
Most of the material distributed via this page is made available
as a PDF file. To read these files you will need
Adobe Acrobat Reader on your machine. You should be able to download this
software by following appropriate links from
the ITS page:
Your mark for this course comprises:
In 2010 my consolation hours are:
MATH151 is divided into chapters. These are:
These will eventually move to the e-learning web.
|Assignment 1||On the subject outline|
|Other assignments||These will be handed out by your tutor.|
|Assignment Week 4||If you didn't collect it during your tutorial then you can collect it here.|
|Assignment 13||This assignment contains some revision questions. It doesn't count towards your final mark!|
If you would like to discuss your answers to any test, please send an email and arrange a time to see me: I am unable to discuss your answers if you turn up unannounced.
PDF file containing your mark on the first test, your mark on the second version of the first test, your mark on the second test, your mark on the second version of the second test and your mark on the third test. Add your best mark on the first test to your best mark on the second test to your mark on the third. Divide by two to find the contribution your test marks has towards your final mark. The results are sorted numerically according to student number. If you had special consideration and took the most recent test after the other students your most recent mark is not recorded here. However, you should know what your mark is because I marked your test paper as soon as you finished the test!
If you think that you student number does not appear on the file then you need to come to my office with a two-dollar coin that you will give to me. If I find your student number on the file then I keep the two-dollar coin. If your student number is missing then I return the two-dollar coin.
Note: You do not need to pass each test to pass the course. Obviously it is desirable to do well on the test...
The purpose of the optional tutorials is for you to ask me any questions that you have about the course. Sometimes I will write an optional tutorial sheet for the optional tutorial. I won't do this every week. When I do it you may find it useful to look at the questions on the sheet prior to the tutorial.
Here is a list of project titles from previous years.
|Rock mechanics in udnerground coal mines|
|Mathematics in geology|
Make your own graph paper.
There will be three two-hour revision tutorials during STUVAC.