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Undergraduate Study

MATH3066 Algebra and Logic

General Information

This page contains information on the Senior mainstream Unit of Study MATH3066 Algebra and Logic.

  • Taught in Semester 1.
  • Credit point value: 6.
  • Classes per week: Three lectures and one tutorial.
  • Lecturer(s): David Easdown .

Please refer to the Senior Mathematics and Statistics Handbook for all questions relating to Senior Mathematics and Statistics. In particular, see the MATH3066 handbook entry for further information relating to MATH3066.

You may also view the description of MATH3066 in the central units of study database.

Information Sheet

Click here to get an Information Sheet, which has basic information about the course and an outline.

Notes

Click here to get Introductory Notes on Implication.

Click here to get Deduction Rules for the Propositional and Predicate Calculi.

Click below for scans of (rough) notes by the lecturer. These should become available shortly after the dates listed.

  • Week 1: 06 March, 08 March, 09 March
  • Week 2: 13 March, 15 March, 16 March
  • Week 3: 20 March, 22 March, 23 March
  • Week 4: 27 March, 29 March, 30 March
  • Week 5: 03 April, 05 April, 06 April
  • Week 6: 10 April, 12 April, 13 April
  • Week 7: 24 April, 26 April, 27 April
  • Week 8: 01 May, 03 May, 04 May
  • Week 9: 08 May, 10 May, 11 May
  • Week 10: 15 May, 17 May, 18 May
  • Week 11: 22 May, 24 May, 25 May
  • Week 12: 29 May, 31 May, 01 June
  • Week 13: 05 June, 07 June, 08 June

Tutorials, Exercise Sheets and Solutions

Tutorials commence in Week 2. Solutions will be made available at the end of the relevant week.

  • Week 2: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 3: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 4: Exercises -Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 5: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 6: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 7: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 8: Peer review of First Assignment
  • Week 9: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 10: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 11: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 12: Exercises - Solutions (not yet available)
  • Week 13: Peer review of Second Assignment

Assessment Information

Information relating to the assessments for this course will appear here when it becomes available. There will be two assignments worth 15% each and two assignment peer reviews, where students read and comment on each other's work, initiated in tutorials, worth 5% each. The final exam is worth 60%.