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Exam (5 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
Content assessed : complex arithmetic; argument and modulus of complex numbers; de Moivre's theorem.
This complex numbers inclass assesment counts 20% towards your final maths grade for WM104.
Note that although questions are randomised for each student, all questions test the same learning outcomes at the same level for each student.
If you have any questions during the test, please put up your hand to alert the invigilator that you need attention.

Find a confidence interval given the mean of a sample, population variance known adaptive marking DraftQuestion in MATH6059
Finding the confidence interval at either 90%, 95% or 99% for the mean given the mean of a sample. The population variance is given and so the z values are used. Various scenarios are included.

Exam (10 questions) in Lubomira's workspaceIntegration I

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Exam (10 questions) in Lubomira's workspaceIntegration I

Question in Integration IQuiz 6

Question in Stats
Conduct a linear regression analysis using a spreadsheet or stats program.

Exam (10 questions) in Lubomira's workspaceStatistics

Question in StatisticsQuiz 5

Question in StatisticsQuiz 5

Exam (1 question) in Mart's workspaceA recap of a first introduction to SRT.

Question in Marie's Logic workspace
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Question in StatisticsQuiz 5

Question in Marie's Logic workspace
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Question in Marie's Logic workspace
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Question in Marie's Logic workspace
Asks to determine whether or not 6 statements are propositions or not i.e. we can determine a truth value or not.

Exam (6 questions) in Marie's Logic workspace
One question on determining whether statements are propositions.
Four questions about truth tables for various logical expressions.

Question in Simon's workspaceUsing the midordinate rule with 5 ordinates to approximate $\int_a^b{c^x}$

Question in Simon's workspaceUsing the trapezium rule with 6 ordinates to approximate $\int_a^b{c^x}$

Question in Simon's workspaceUsing the trapezium rule with 5 ordinates to approximate $\int_a^b{1/(x^2+c)}$

Question in Marie's Logic workspace
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Question in Marie's Logic workspace
Create a truth table for a logical expression of the form $((a \operatorname{op1} b) \operatorname{op2}(c \operatorname{op3} d))\operatorname{op4}e $ where each of $a, \;b,\;c,\;d,\;e$ can be one the Boolean variables $p,\;q,\;\neg p,\;\neg q$ and each of $\operatorname{op1},\;\operatorname{op2},\;\operatorname{op3},\;\operatorname{op4}$ one of $\lor,\;\land,\;\to$.
For example: $((q \lor \neg p) \to (p \land \neg q)) \lor \neg q$