ENGR 122 (2019) - Home Page

Welcome to the Home Page for ENGR 122: Engineering Mathematics with Calculus. We will use these pages for lecture notes, assignment & tutorial questions, notices, answers to assignments and tutorial questions, etc. The left web bar has links for these, too.

Announcements

The lecture on Weds 9 Oct will be our final lecture, where I will finish covering the material planned for ENGR122, and where I will provide some revision for the final exam.

Test Two is marked, and Tests can be collected from the School Office at the appointed times. I encourage you to check your marked Test Two, and contact me Mark McGuinness if you see any mistakes in the marking or if you do not understand what has happened. Model answers may be found here.

The final exam is two hours long, and will be held in HU 119 and HU 220 at 2:30pm on Saturday 19 October. Your surname determines which lecture theatre you should go to, in the Hunter building. Here is last year's exam, and some model answers, corrected Tues afternoon 15 October.

Assignment 8 is our final assignment, and is due on 9 Oct. Model answers will go up soon after that.

Lecture Times

Mon, Weds, Thurs, Fri 10:00-10:50 EA LT206

Note that since we have four lecture times a week, for a total of 48 time-slots for lectures, but the material is intended to only require 30 lectures, there is scope for holding two Tests during lectures, and for using the extra lecture times to catch up if behind, and for cancelling lectures if somebody is away.

Matt Visser, who is Course Coordinator for ENGR122, is lecturing the first half of this course.

Mark McGuinness lectures after the midTrimester break.

Tutorial times

Day Time Room Tutor pref Style Wk1 %full
Mon 9-10am CO118 Alex Simpson    
Thu 9-10am EA201 Aleksa Vujicic    

Lecture Notes

Lecture notes are here

Submission of Assignments and Lab Reports

You can submit Assignments and Lab Reports here.

Submission requires using a correct name for the submitted pdf file, ending with your username.pdf, and submitting one file with more than one page in it. So you might need to be able to combine separate pdf files into one pdf file. There are lots of ways to do this; check it out online.

Assignments and Tutorials

Assignment and Tutorial questions and model answers may be found here.

The first real assignment was set in the second week of lectures, and assignments are typically due at midnight Weds. There will be eight assignments in total, and you will get full credit for a reasonable attempt at six of them, submitted on time. Late assignments are not marked; you can miss two without any loss of credit.

Lab Dates and Info

Information about the labs can be found here

Class Representative

Thanks to Mitchell Beserra for offering to be Class Rep for ENGR122. You can contact Mitchell at mitchellbeserra at gmail dot com.

Final Exam

The final exam is two hours long, and will be held in HU 119 and HU 220 at 2:30pm on Saturday 19 October. Your surname determines which lecture theatre you should go to, in the Hunter building. Here is last year's exam, and some model answers, corrected version now up 1:30pm Tues 15 Oct.

Tests

Test Two is marked, and I will bring the marked Tests to the final lecture for handout on Weds 9 Oct. After this, your Test can be collected from the School Office at the appointed times. I encourage you to check your marked Test Two, and come to me if you see any mistakes in the marking or if you do not understand what has happened. Model answers may be found here. Your marks should be showing up in Blackboard soon.

Test Two was held during the lecture on Thurs 3 October (10:00 in EA LT206), and was 40 minutes long. It covered all material taught by Mark from 2-19 September inclusive, and in assignments 5-7 and the corresponding tutorials. That is, up to and including the use of integrating factors, pages 4000-5020 of the lecture notes. Here is a sample Test from last year, although it covered less material than this year since it was held earlier in the year.

The formula sheet that will be made available during Test Two, and during the final exam, is here.

Test One was held during the lecture on Monday 12 August (10:00 in EA LT206), and was 45 minutes long.

Test 1 details

Course information sheet