## Academic Learning Centre

I would urge anyone having any problems with material that isn’t being addressed in the tutorials to use the Academic Learning Centre. You will get best results if you come to the helpers there with *specific *questions.

## CIT Mathematics Exam Papers

These are not always found in your programme selection — most of the time you will have to look here.

## NUMBAS

*This section exists to host links to some NUMBAS exercises. At the moment these exercises are sent to students who took diagnostic tests and failed to answer correctly key questions.*

*I did not write these questions: if there are any problems with them just drop me a comment below.*

- Linear Equations
- Transposition
- Equation of a Line
- Simultaneous Equations
- Differentiation
- Antidifferentiation
- Integration

*I *did *write the questions in this so please comment if you find any problems:*

## Math.Stack Exchange

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.

## Maths Online & Wolfram Alpha

If you are doing a Mathematics or Statistics module in CIT then you should automatically be subscribed to Maths Online on Canvas where you will have free access to the mathematical software package *Maple.*

You can download Maple by clicking on “Download Mathematical and Statistical SOFTWARE” and following the instructions under the Maple item.

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, you will see that the library have an E-Book resource.

## Calculators

Please note the following taken from the CIT code of conduct for CIT examination candidates:

“*Where a pocket calculator is used it must be silent, self-powered and non-programmable. *

*It may not be passed from one candidate to another. Instructions for its use may not be *

*brought into the Examination Hall. *

*The term ‘programmable’ includes any calculator that is capable of storing a sequence of *

*keystrokes that can be retrieved after the calculator is turned off or powers itself off. Note that the *

*capacity to recall, edit and replay previously executed calculations does not render a calculator *

*programmable, provided that this replay memory is automatically cleared when the calculator is *

*powered off. Also, the facility to store numbers in one or more memory locations does not render *

*a calculator programmable. *

*Calculators with any of the following mathematical features are prohibited: *

*• Graph plotting *

*• Equation solving *

*• Symbolic algebraic manipulation*

**• Numerical integration***• Numerical differentiation*

*• Matrix calculations*

*Calculators with any of the following features are prohibited*

*• Data Banks*

*• Dictionaries*

*• Language translators*

*• Text retrieval*

*• Capability of remote communication*”

## CIT Department of Mathematics Reassessment Policy

Please see here. See here for Individual Extenuating Circumstances. Here is the form for students to print and fill out.

## Student Evaluations

MATH7021 Summer 2015, Summer 2014

MATH7019 Winter 2015 Winter 2014

MATH6038 Summer 2014

MATH6037 Summer 2015

MATH6040 Summer 2014

MATH6015 Winter 2015 Winter 2014

MATH6000 Winter 2015 Winter 2014

Not sure what year but I have MATH6015, MATH7021, MS2001, MS3011 and a Textbook Appraisal from MATH7021 (Textbook in that it is critical — these are the evaluations that actually help).

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