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#### MATHS 260

: Differential Equations2020 Semester One (1203)

The study of differential equations is central to mathematical modelling of systems that change. Develops methods for understanding the behaviour of solutions to ordinary differential equations. Qualitative and elementary numerical methods for obtaining information about solutions are discussed, as well as some analytical techniques for finding exact solutions in certain cases. Some applications of differential equations to scientific modelling are discussed. A core course for Applied Mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 208 or 250 or ENGSCI 211 or a concurrent enrolment in MATHS 250

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#### MATHS 270

: Numerical Computation2024 Semester Two (1245)

Many mathematical models occurring in Science and Engineering cannot be solved exactly using algebra and calculus. Students are introduced to computer-based methods that can be used to find approximate solutions to these problems. The methods covered in the course are powerful yet simple to use. This is a core course for students who wish to advance in Applied Mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 120 and 130, or 15 points from ENGGEN 150, ENGSCI 111, MATHS 108, 110 and 15 points from COMPSCI 101, 105, 130, INFOSYS 110, 120, MATHS 162, 199

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#### MATHS 270

: Numerical Computation2023 Semester Two (1235)

Many mathematical models occurring in Science and Engineering cannot be solved exactly using algebra and calculus. Students are introduced to computer-based methods that can be used to find approximate solutions to these problems. The methods covered in the course are powerful yet simple to use. This is a core course for students who wish to advance in Applied Mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 120 and 130, or 15 points from ENGGEN 150, ENGSCI 111, MATHS 108, 110 and 15 points from COMPSCI 101, 105, 130, INFOSYS 110, 120, MATHS 162, 199

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#### MATHS 270

: Numerical Computation2022 Semester Two (1225)

Many mathematical models occurring in Science and Engineering cannot be solved exactly using algebra and calculus. Students are introduced to computer-based methods that can be used to find approximate solutions to these problems. The methods covered in the course are powerful yet simple to use. This is a core course for students who wish to advance in Applied Mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 120 and 130, or 15 points from ENGGEN 150, ENGSCI 111, MATHS 108, 110, 150, 153, and 15 points from COMPSCI 101, 105, 130, INFOSYS 110, 120, MATHS 162, 199

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#### MATHS 270

: Numerical Computation2021 Semester Two (1215)

Prerequisite: MATHS 120 and 130, or 15 points from ENGGEN 150, ENGSCI 111, MATHS 108, 110, 150, 153, and 15 points from COMPSCI 101, 105, 130, INFOSYS 110, 120, MATHS 162, 199

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#### MATHS 270

: Numerical Computation2021 Semester One (1213)

Prerequisite: MATHS 120 and 130, or 15 points from ENGGEN 150, ENGSCI 111, MATHS 108, 110, 150, 153, and 15 points from COMPSCI 101, 105, 130, INFOSYS 110, 120, MATHS 162, 199

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#### MATHS 270

: Numerical Computation2020 Semester Two (1205)

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#### MATHS 270

: Numerical Computation2020 Semester One (1203)

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#### MATHS 302

: Perspectives in Mathematics Education2024 Semester Two (1245)

For people interested in thinking about the social, cultural, political, economic, historical, technological and theoretical ideas that influence mathematics education, who want to understand the forces that shaped their own mathematics education, or who are interested in teaching. Students will develop their ability to communicate ideas in essay form. Recommended preparation: At least 45 points from courses in Mathematics or Statistics.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

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#### MATHS 302

: Perspectives in Mathematics Education2023 Semester Two (1235)

For people interested in thinking about the social, cultural, political, economic, historical, technological and theoretical ideas that influence mathematics education, who want to understand the forces that shaped their own mathematics education, or who are interested in teaching. Students will develop their ability to communicate ideas in essay form. Recommended preparation: At least 45 points from courses in Mathematics or Statistics.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

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#### MATHS 302

: Perspectives in Mathematics Education2022 Semester Two (1225)

For people interested in thinking about the social, cultural, political, economic, historical, technological and theoretical ideas that influence mathematics education, who want to understand the forces that shaped their own mathematics education, or who are interested in teaching. Students will develop their ability to communicate ideas in essay form. Recommended preparation: At least 45 points from courses in Mathematics or Statistics.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

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#### MATHS 302

: Perspectives in Mathematics Education2021 Semester Two (1215)

No pre-requisites or restrictions

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#### MATHS 302

: Perspectives in Mathematics Education2020 Semester Two (1205)

No pre-requisites or restrictions

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#### MATHS 315

: Mathematical Logic2024 Semester Two (1245)

Logic addresses the foundations of mathematical reasoning. It models the process of mathematical proof by providing a setting and the rules of deduction. This course builds a basic understanding of first order predicate logic, introduces model theory and demonstrates how models of a first order system relate to mathematical structures. Recommended for high level computer science or mathematical logic.

Prerequisite: B+ or higher in COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254 or PHIL 222

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#### MATHS 315

: Mathematical Logic2023 Semester Two (1235)

Logic addresses the foundations of mathematical reasoning. It models the process of mathematical proof by providing a setting and the rules of deduction. Builds a basic understanding of first order predicate logic, introduces model theory and demonstrates how models of a first order system relate to mathematical structures. The course is recommended for anyone studying high level computer science or mathematical logic.

Prerequisite: B+ or higher in COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254 or PHIL 222

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#### MATHS 315

: Mathematical Logic2022 Semester Two (1225)

Logic addresses the foundations of mathematical reasoning. It models the process of mathematical proof by providing a setting and the rules of deduction. Builds a basic understanding of first order predicate logic, introduces model theory and demonstrates how models of a first order system relate to mathematical structures. The course is recommended for anyone studying high level computer science or mathematical logic.

Prerequisite: B+ or higher in COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254 or 255 or PHIL 222

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#### MATHS 315

: Mathematical Logic2021 Semester Two (1215)

Logic addresses the foundations of mathematical reasoning. It models the process of mathematical proof by providing a setting and the rules of deduction. Builds a basic understanding of first order predicate logic, introduces model theory and demonstrates how models of a first order system relate to mathematical structures. The course is recommended for anyone studying high level computer science or mathematical logic.

Prerequisite: B+ or higher in COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254 or 255 or PHIL 222

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#### MATHS 315

: Mathematical Logic2020 Semester Two (1205)

Prerequisite: B+ or higher in COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254 or 255 or PHIL 222

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#### MATHS 320

: Algebraic Structures2024 Semester Two (1245)

This is a framework for a unified treatment of many different mathematical structures. It concentrates on the fundamental notions of groups, rings and fields. The abstract descriptions are accompanied by numerous concrete examples. Applications abound: symmetries, geometry, coding theory, cryptography and many more. This course is recommended for those planning graduate study in pure mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 250, 254

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#### MATHS 320

: Algebraic Structures2023 Semester Two (1235)

This is a framework for a unified treatment of many different mathematical structures. It concentrates on the fundamental notions of groups, rings and fields. The abstract descriptions are accompanied by numerous concrete examples. Applications abound: symmetries, geometry, coding theory, cryptography and many more. This course is recommended for those planning graduate study in pure mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 250, 254

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#### MATHS 320

: Algebraic Structures2022 Semester Two (1225)

This is a framework for a unified treatment of many different mathematical structures. It concentrates on the fundamental notions of groups, rings and fields. The abstract descriptions are accompanied by numerous concrete examples. Applications abound: symmetries, geometry, coding theory, cryptography and many more. This course is recommended for those planning graduate study in pure mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 250, and MATHS 254 or 255

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#### MATHS 320

: Algebraic Structures2021 Semester Two (1215)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250, and MATHS 254 or 255

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#### MATHS 320

: Algebraic Structures2020 Semester Two (1205)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250, and MATHS 254 or 255

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#### MATHS 326

: Combinatorics2024 Semester One (1243)

Combinatorics is a branch of mathematics that studies collections of objects that satisfy specified criteria. An important part of combinatorics is graph theory, which is now connected to other disciplines including bioinformatics, electrical engineering, molecular chemistry and social science. The use of combinatorics in solving counting and construction problems is covered using topics that include algorithmic graph theory, codes and incidence structures, and combinatorial complexity.

Prerequisite: MATHS 254, or 250 and a B+ or higher in COMPSCI 225

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#### MATHS 326

: Combinatorics2023 Semester One (1233)

Combinatorics is a branch of mathematics that studies collections of objects that satisfy specified criteria. An important part of combinatorics is graph theory, which is now connected to other disciplines including bioinformatics, electrical engineering, molecular chemistry and social science. The use of combinatorics in solving counting and construction problems is covered using topics that include algorithmic graph theory, codes and incidence structures, and combinatorial complexity.

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 or 254, and a B+ or higher in COMPSCI 225

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