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MATH10121 Calculus and Vectors A

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Lecturer: Prof. Oliver Jensen

Lecture timetable: Semester 1

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Coursework:

Anonymised marks from the week 6 test: scores & distribution
An example of a Week 6 coursework test is given here (solutions)
2016 Week 6 coursework solutions

Lecture Notes:

Notes with gaps, weeks 1-5: A0 Introduction; A1 Numbers; A2 Functions; A3 Limits and Derivatives;
A4 Power Series and Complex Numbers; A5 Integration; A6 Sketching graphs and curves;

Notes with gaps, Weeks 7-11: B1 Vectors; B2 Partial Derivatives; B3 Multiple Integrals

Week 12: Revision

Annotated notes: Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lectures 3 & 4
Lecture 5 Lecture 6 Lectures 7 & 8
Lecture 9 Lecture 10 Lectures 11 & 12
Lecture 13 Lecture 14 Lectures 15 & 16
Lecture 17 Lecture 18 Lectures 19 & 20
Lecture 21 Lecture 22 Lectures 23 & 24
Lecture 25 Lecture 26 Lectures 27 & 28
Lecture 29 Lecture 30 Lectures 31 & 32
Lecture 33 Lecture 34 Lectures 35 & 36
Lecture 37 Lecture 38
Lectures 39 & 40 (2012-C6; 2013-B2)
Lecture 41 (2013-C5; 2013-B1)
Lecture 42 (2013-C6; 2013-C4; 2013-B3)
Lectures 43 & 44 (2014-1:5)

Lecture capture podcasts

Problem Sheets:

Please complete the starred questions each week and hand these in before the supervision class. For week 1, take the answers along to the class. Full answers to the problem sheets will be available on this page in the week following each class.
week 1 [answers]; week 2 [answers]; week 3 [answers];
week 4 [answers]; week 5 [answers]; weeks 6-7 [answers];
week 8 [answers]; week 9 [answers]; week 10 [answers];
week 11 [answers]; week 12 [answers]

Past Exams:

Papers: 2015/16 2014/15 2013/14 2012/13
Unfortunately it is not possible to provide full solutions to all past exams, but see Lecture 40 onwards for selected examples.

Feedback

13.10.16: Questionnaire: Major points are summarised here.
1.2.17: Exam: feedback on the January exam is here.

Supervision classes provide an opportunity for students' work to be discussed and provide feedback on their understanding. Students can also get feedback on their understanding directly from the lecturer, for example during the lecturer's office hour.

Supplementary sheets:

Notation; Set theory; Differentiation and Integration