I am emailing a link of this to everyone on the class list every week. If you are not receiving these emails or want to have them sent to another email address feel free to email me at jpmccarthymaths@gmail.com and I will add you to the mailing list.

Assessment 4

Assessment 4 is today, Wednesday 26 November in the Melbourne Building at 6.15 pm. Keep an eye on your CIT Blackboard and email for the latest and definitive assessment information.

P.21 of the mathematical tables will be put on the exam paper. As a result the paper will be harder than the sample with ten MCQ and three longer questions.

Good practise for the longer, harder questions, is P.144, Q. 1-3, 7 and especially P.171 Q.8.

Week 11

In Week 11 we spoke speak briefly about how graphs are useful in science. The rest of the lectures were spent covering coordinate geometry of the line.

You will need graph paper for your Week 12 lectures and tutorials.

Week 12

In Week 12 we will verify Snell’s Law using a graph. Then we will discuss linear models and formulate a linear model for the amount of Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere using data and a graph. Then we will discuss how to linearise a non-linear relationship and finally model the spread of a disease — the whole time using graphs.

Tutorials

  • Group A with Mr. Adrian O’Connor: Wednesday 09:00 in B187 and Thursday 09:00 in B185
  • Group B with myself: Monday 12:00 in F1. 3 and Thursday 12:00 in B165

Self-Study

If you go to

Blackboard -> MATH6000 -> Content -> Numbas Tests,

you will find plenty of online tests developed by Mr. Pat Ahern. Give them a try if you are at a computer!

Please feel free to ask me questions about the exercises via email or even better on this webpage.

Student Resources

Student Resources are now collated at the Student Resources tab on the top of this page.

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