MATH1002 Linear Algebra
MATH1002 is a Junior (or first-year) unit forming part of the Mainstream Mathematics stream.
- Credit point value: 3CP.
- Classes per week: Two lectures and one tutorial.
- Lecturer(s) in 2019: Zahra Afsar, Anna Aksamit, Dzmitry Badziahin, Alexander Fish, Alexander Kerschl and Bregje Pauwels.
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Information sheet for MATH1002
All students should read the information sheet. The information includes (for example) details of the assessment procedure, including dates of assessment tasks.
Answers to frequently asked questions
Please familiarise yourself with the MATH1002 Canvas site, as you will need to visit it to submit your assignments, check your marks, and view lecture recordings. You will also gain access to the MATH1002 Ed discussion forum by clicking one of the Ed links on the Canvas site.
There are 12 weekly online quizzes, which will be run on WeBWorK. These quizzes will open at 00:00 Wednesday of each week (starting in week 1) and will end at 23:59 Tuesday of the following week. (So, for instance, the week 1 quiz will open at 00:00 Wednesday 27 February and will end at 23:59 Tuesday 6 March.) A list of the opening and closing times for the quizzes can be found on the MATH1002 information sheet.
Each online quiz consists of a set of randomised questions. You will have one hour to complete a quiz each time you open it. Note that if you start a quiz within an hour of the closing time, you will only get the remaining time to complete it (not the full hour). After completing a quiz, you will receive the total mark for the quiz, and will be told which questions you got correct or incorrect. You have unlimited attempts at each quiz, and your best mark counts. After the deadline, you will be able to review your answers and you will be given the solutions.
The best 10 of your 12 quizzes will count, making each worth 2%. You cannot apply for special consideration for the quizzes. The better mark principle will apply for the total 20%, which means if your overall exam mark is higher, then your 20% for quizzes will come from your exam.
The lecturers will be available for consultation at the following times. You may attend any of these consultations.
|Dr Anna Aksamit||Weeks 1–13||Tuesdays 9:30–10:30||Carslaw 632|
|Assoc Prof Dzmitry Badziahin||Weeks 1–6, 13||Tuesdays 12:00–13:00||Carslaw 634|
|Dr Alexander Fish||Weeks 1–13||Tuesdays 12:00–13:00||Carslaw 712|
|Alexander Kerschl||Weeks 7–13||Mondays 14:00–15:00||Carslaw 806|
|Dr Bregje Pauwels||Weeks 7–12||Wednesdays 9:00–10:00||Carslaw 375|
Jessica Aryanto, Michelle Cheung, Lihao Ding, Christian Engelbrecht, Shuhan Gao, Chuyi (Grace) Gu, Kashish Gupta, Aayush Jindal, Byoung Chan Lee, Thomas You Lee, Yanxun Liu, Stephen Lowe, Guansong (Robert) Pang, Yuqi Peng, Changyue Tan, and Eetana Toma have volunteered to be your class representatives.
They will meet shortly with the Head of School. We would like to know what you like about the unit and where things can be improved. If you have any issues you would like discussed, then please email your class representatives using the address MATH1002classreps@maths.usyd.edu.au, and let them know your views.
For enrolled students or other authorized people only, here is a link to the Canvas page for MATH1002.
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Every student should have a copy of the Junior Mathematics and Statistics Handbook.
For general information on examinations, including the end of semester examination timetable, see the University's Examination Information web site.
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The description of MATH1002 in the central units of study database.
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