MATH1003 Integral Calculus and Modelling

General Information

MATH1003 is a Junior (or first-year) unit forming part of the normal Mathematics stream.

You may also view the Faculty Handbook entry for MATH1003

Information sheet for MATH1003

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

See the main junior mathematics page for information relating to all junior mathematics units, and see in particular the Junior Maths FAQ page.

Online Resources

Links to online resources for this unit of study will be added here during the teaching session.

In-class Lecture Notes

In-class lecture notes will not be made available online (special cases excluded). Students should contact their instructors for notes if lectures are missed for legitimate reasons.

Course Notes

The Course Notes (which you need to have a copy of) can be purchased at KOPYSTOP. Here are some solutions for the exercises in it (offered by Adrian Nelson).

Lecture Plan

Please see Schedule with Chapter Numbers for a tentative week-by-week schedule for this semester. The chapter numbers are from the Course Notes.

Weekly Consultations (no appointment required)

  • Fernando Viera (Carslaw 527): Wednesday 12:00-1:00pm (Weeks 2-7).
  • Andrew Papanicolaou (Carslaw 716): day and time to be advised (Weeks 8-13).
  • Robert Marangell (Carslaw 720): Friday 12:00-1:00pm (Weeks 2-13).
  • Bob Crossman (Carslaw 527): Thursday 12:00-1:00pm (Weeks 2-13).


There are no tutorials in Week 1, but you may want to try the practice questions below.
In Weeks 2 to 13, all MATH1003 tutorials are held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Solution sheets for each week will be available here after all tutorial classes for that week have been delivered.

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