This is the page where I post material related to the MATH/STAT 2600 course I am teaching in FALL 2013.
Here are some questions on these topics that we may go over in class (taken mostly from previous years' homework sheets).
Here are some numerical answers to the class questions. They're not very well written out as they were originally intended for my personal use while lecturing, but they could be used to check your answers to the questions (though there are some mistakes).
Here are some spreadsheets to show the answers to some of the Class questions. They were originally produced in Open Office and converted to Excel, so there is some (small) possibility of errors with the conversion.
|Open Office Format||Excel format|
Lecture time is limited, so I plan to use it explaining concepts and giving examples, rather than reading the textbook. Therefore, to get the most out of each lecture, you should read the relevant material before the lecture. Here is the list of what I expect to cover in each lecture. This is subject to change - make sure to check regularly for changes.
||Revision Chapters 1-3|
|14th October||Revision Chapters 1-3||
|11th November||STUDY DAY||
|2nd December||Revision||END OF LECTURES|
|Assignment 1 Due Thursday 26th September.||Model Solutions|
|Assignment 2 Due Thursday 3rd October.||Model Solutions|
|Assignment 3 Due Thursday 10th October.||Model Solutions|
|Assignment 4 Due Thursday 7th November.||Model Solutions|
|Assignment 5 Due Thursday 14th November.||Model Solutions|
|Assignment 6 Due Thursday 21st November.||Model Solutions|
|Assignment 7 Due Thursday 28th November.||Model Solutions|