MATH10101 Course Materials - 2010/2011
Course Materials for Part 1
All students are expected to acquire a copy of
- Peter J Eccles. An Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning , Cambridge University Press. Here, until further notice (and courtesy of CUP), are Part I, Part II, and Part III.
Week 6 Test
You can now reclaim your papers from your feedback supervisors.
Problems for work in Feedback Classes are listed below. Answers (including partial attempts!) should be submitted for marking. Handing-in procedures and weekly deadlines should be negotiated directly with supervisors, who may (or may not) wish to focus on starred questions. Throughout this particular semester, marks are awarded for effort, rather than accuracy.
Students are responsible for ensuring that they are properly prepared by downloading these pages well in advance of the relevant week. The time and place of each supervision class (with name of supervisor) will be posted on the 1st year notice board at the start of the semester.
- Questions for discussion in week 1 (Including the introduction to the course, and Preliminary Lecture)
- Problems for week 2
- Problems for week 3
- Problems for week 4
- Problems for week 5
- Problems for week 7
Week 6 is reading week.
Solutions will be posted after sufficient time has elapsed for the problems to mature in students' minds!
- Solutions for week 2
- Solutions for week 3
- Solutions for week 4
- Solutions for week 5
- Solutions for week 7
Here is some feedback on my questions on the January 2012 examination paper.
Past papers are available here.
Lecture NotesHere are my handwritten lecture notes for each of the first five weeks. They approximate what I write on the board, but will not be helpful to students who do not attend. Everything they contain is also in the course text, where thorough explanations are given.
In case you have forgotten, here is the course timetable!