School of Mathematics School of Mathematics
Course 1S3 - Mathematics for Science students 2000-01 (JF Mathematics as a whole subject within the Natural Science Moderatorships. JF Human Genetics. JF Computational Physics and Chemistry. JF Medicinal Chemistry. JF Physics & Chemistry of Advanced Materials. )
Lecturer: Dr. R. M. Timoney
Requirements/prerequisites: None

Number of lectures per week: 2 lectures per week in Michaelmas Term, 2.5 in Hilary and Trinity Terms, plus a tutorial every third week.
Assessment: Practical work, assignments, tutorial work and 061 assignment results will count for 1/4 of the marks, with the paper counting for the remaining 3/4.

End-of-year Examination: Three hour exam. Result is combined with results of 1S1 and 1S2/4.


There is a web page for this part of the course, which is upmydated during the year. The address is ~ richardt/1S3

Essential Reference

  1. Howard Anton, Calculus: a new horizon (6th edition), Wiley, 1998.

Recommended references

  1. Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, (7th edition) Wiley, 1993.
  2. S. Wolfram, Mathematica a system for doing mathematics by computer, Addison-Wesley (3rd edition) 1996, published by Wolfram Media and Cambridge University Press.

  3. G. B. Thomas & R.L. Finney, Calculus and Analytic Geometry (9th edition), Addison Wesley, 1996.

Oct 9, 2000

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On 9 Oct 2000, 23:17.