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MATH2069/2969 Online Resources

Lecture Notes Inserts

Some examples in the lecture notes contain blank boxes for you to fill in. Here are the relevant pages with the answers:

Practice Classes

Tutorials

Quizzes

  • Quiz 1 was held on Thursday 7 April (Week 5) at 1pm
    • Students whose last names begin with A,B,...,Q sit the quiz in Carslaw, 159.
    • Students whose last names begin with R,S,...,Z sit the quiz in Carslaw, 175.
    Here is the information sheet.

    Quiz 1 has been marked. The papers can be collected
    in the open boxes of Carslaw level 3.

    Quiz 1 answers for blue, dark pink, yellow and pink versions.

  • Quiz 2 was held on Thursday 19 May (Week 11) at 1pm
    • Students whose last names begin with A,B,...,Q sit the quiz in Carslaw, 159.
    • Students whose last names begin with R,S,...,Z sit the quiz in Carslaw, 175.
    Here is the information sheet.

    Quiz 2 has been marked. The papers can be collected
    in the open boxes of Carslaw level 3.

    Quiz 2 answers for blue, green, dark pink and pink versions.

The answer for Question 5(a) in the green and pink versions was written incorrectly in the previous posting; the correct answer is 34. If you gave the answer 34 for this question then please bring your quiz along to me at any of the following times:

Tuesday 31 May, from 2pm to 3pm in Carslaw 707, or after the lecture at 4pm in 159,
Wednesday 1 June, after the lecture at 3pm in 159,
Thursday 2 June, after the lecture at 2pm in 159,
Tuesday 7 June, from 12pm to 2pm in Carslaw 707

and I will give you an extra mark.

NB: No "better mark principle" of any kind is used for assessment.

Assignment

The assignment was due before 4pm on Thursday April 28.

Assignment has been marked. The papers can be collected
in the open boxes of Carslaw level 3.

Lecture recordings

can be accessed via Blackboard

Examination

In 2016, there is a single 2-hour exam covering both discrete mathematics and graph theory (with an overlap between the exams for MATH2069 and MATH2969).

Exam consultation will be held on the 7th of June, 12-2pm, Room 707.

The topics involving analysis of algorithms have been cut from the discrete mathematics half since 2013. Otherwise, the following past exam papers offer a good guide to the style and difficulty of this year's exam. Solutions will be posted here in Week 13.

MATH2069/2969 past papers