Integral Calculus and Modelling (Advanced)
MATH1903 is a Junior
(or first-year) unit forming part of the Advanced
- Credit point value:
- Classes per week:
Two lectures and one tutorial.
- Lecturer(s) in 2017:
Daniel Daners, David Easdown .
- Email contact address:
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Information sheet for MATH1903
All students should read the information sheet. The information includes (for example)
details of the assessment procedure, including dates of assessment tasks.
Answers to frequently asked questions
See the main junior mathematics page
for information relating to all junior mathematics units, and see in particular
the Junior Maths FAQ page.
Consultation times for MATH1903
Your lecturers should normally be available for consultation at the following times:
- Thursdays 13:00-14:00, Carslaw 619, David Easdown (Weeks 1-6 and Week 13)
- Thursdays 13:00-14:00, Carslaw 715, Daniel Daners (Weeks 7-13)
Aleesha Caldwell, James Hansen, Georgia Hurst, Yeming Wang and Zhau Zheng
have volunteered to be your class representatives. They will shortly
meet with the Head of School. We would like to know what you like about the unit and where things can be improved. If you have any issues you would like discussed, please
email your representatives and let them know your views.
The First Quiz was held in tutorials in Week 6, lasted forty minutes and examined material related to Exercises for Weeks 2, 3 and 4 only.
There were ten questions of equal value for a total of 30 marks. The answer to each question received a grade of 3, 2, 1 or 0 marks, according to the quality of the answer (3 for excellent, 2 for very good, 1 for some reasonable attempt or progress, and 0 for no merit).
There was a mixture of questions involving calculations and some short proofs. To gain full or close to full marks for a particular answer, correct and intelligible working or reasoning needed to be included.
Here are some
similar in style to questions that appeared on the actual quiz, and
Notes for the first six weeks
The following notes may be printed and should be useful to bring to lectures:
Click below for scans of (rough) notes by David Easdown for the first six weeks and the last lecture in Week 13.
These should become available shortly after the dates listed.
Exercise Sheets and Solutions
Exercise sheets may be viewed and downloaded from the following links.
These form the basis for preparatory work and subsequent activities in tutorials on the days indicated.
Short solutions are included. Longer solutions
should be made available later in the week or early the following week.
- Week 2 (beginning 07 August):
- Week 3 (beginning 14 August):
- Week 4 (beginning 21 August):
- Week 5 (beginning 28 August):
- Week 6 (beginning 04 September):
- Week 7 (beginning 11 September):
Resources for Weeks 7-13
All resources for the second half of the unit appear in the table below.
||See resources for first half
||Lectures Week 7
||Lectures Week 8
||Lectures Week 9
||Lectures Week 10
||Quiz 2 (in tutorials)
||Lectures Week 11
||Lectures Week 12
||Lectures Week 13
Check your marks
MATH1903 students: please check that your mark for Assignment 1 has been
recorded correctly by pressing the "Check marks" button.
Please note that any corrections to Assignment 1 marks must be made by Friday, Sep 22.
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