MATH1903 Integral Calculus and Modelling (Advanced)

General Information

MATH1903 is a Junior (or first-year) unit forming part of the advanced Mathematics stream.

  • Credit point value: 3CP.
  • Classes per week: Two lectures and one tutorial.
  • Lecturer(s) in 2014: Florica Cîrstea and David Easdown.
  • Email contact address: MATH1903@maths.usyd.edu.au.
    Students: please check if your question can be answered by referring to the FAQ page before emailing us. If you decide to email us please include your name and SID.

You may also view the Faculty Handbook entry for MATH1903

Information sheet for MATH1903

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

Additional Notes

The following notes may be printed and should be useful to bring to lectures:

Click below for scans of (rough) notes by David Easdown for the first six weeks and the last lecture in Week 13. These should become available shortly after the dates listed.

  • Week 1: 31 July, 01 August
  • Week 2: 07 August, 08 August
  • Week 3: 14 August, 15 August
  • Week 4: 21 August, 22 August
  • Week 5: 28 August, 29 August
  • Week 6: 04 September (Quiz in usual lecture time), 05 September
  • Week 13: 31 October

Exercise Sheets and Solutions

Exercise sheets may be viewed and downloaded from the following links. These form the basis for preparatory work and subsequent activities in tutorials on the days indicated. Short solutions are included. Longer solutions should be made available later in the week or early the following week.

  • Week 2 (beginning 04 August):
  • Week 3 (beginning 11 August):
  • Week 4 (beginning 18 August):
  • Week 5 (beginning 25 August):
  • Week 6 (beginning 01 September):
  • Week 7 (beginning 08 September):

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