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We will finish the section on integrals related to the inverse trigonometric functions. We will revisit work and then talk about centroids of laminas and centres of gravity of volumes of revolution. One lecture might have to spill into Week 13 due to my illness on the Week 10 Tuesday afternoon.
Four questions, do all as in the Winter 2013 paper which can be found by searching through Mathematics here.
Academic Learning Centre
Those in danger of failing need to use the Academic Learning Centre. As you can see from the timetable is quite generous. You will get best results if you come to the helpers there with specific questions.
If you find yourself stuck and for some reason feel unable to ask me the question you could do worse than go to the excellent site math.stackexchange.com. If you are nice and polite, and show due deference to these principles you will find that your questions are answered promptly.
Maple Online & Wolfram Alpha
If you are subscribed to CIT MathsOnline you will have free access to the mathematical software package Maple:
Self-enrolment for Maths Online
1. Log into Blackboard Learn
2. Click on the Courses tab button at the top of the screen. Go to Course Search and type Maths Online in the box.
3. Once you’ve found the course, click the non-credit-course button and click on Enrol. This should take you to the Self Enrolment page.
4. Your Access Code is mathsonline (lower case, no spaces).
5. After you’ve finished click Submit. You should now see a message that says your enrolment was successful.
Once you’ve enrolled, no go back to the Blackboard home page and click on the Maths Online button: it should be under an Academic Learning Support Tab. You can download Maple by selecting the Mathematical Software tab in the left hand column and following the instructions under the Maple item. Click Maple text to start.
I myself am not a Maple expert but ‘grew up’ with another mathematical software package Mathematica. Mathematica powers the “computational knowledge engine” WolframAlpha. Go on ask it a question!
Additional Notes: E-Books
If you look in the module descriptor, you will see there is some suggested reading. Of course I think my notes are perfect but if you can look here, search for ‘Bird Higher Engineering’ you will see that the library have an E-Book resource.