MATH1905 Statistics (Advanced)
MATH1905 is a Junior (or first-year) unit forming part of the Advanced Mathematics stream.
- Credit point value: 3CP.
- Classes per week: Two lectures and one tutorial.
- Lecturer(s) in 2017: Michael Stewart .
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Information sheet for MATH1905
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Answers to frequently asked questions
Andrew Lee, Peter Prentice and Jingxin Tang have volunteered to be your class representatives. They will meet shortly 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.
MATH1905 students: please check that your marks for Assignment 1, Quiz 1, Assignment 2 and Quiz 2 have 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.
Please note that any corrections to Assignment 2 marks must be made by Friday, Oct 27.
Please note that any corrections to Assignment 2 marks must be made by Friday, Nov 03.
Please note that any corrections to Quiz 2 marks must be made by Friday, Nov 10.
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Self-test web quizzes:
Test your understanding of the topics by trying the self-test quizzes for MATH1905 regularly as the semester progresses.
Every student should have a copy of the Junior Mathematics and Statistics Handbook.
For general information on examinations, including the end of semester examination timetable, see the University's Examination Information web site.
The Faculty Handbook entry:
The description of MATH1905 in the central units of study database.
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