I have clarified the wording in Q1 (primarily to rule out a trivial edge case). This should not impact any genuine attempt on the question.
A reminder that, while most questions give you multiple options (e.g. prove/disprove), if you believe a question to be incorrect, an argument to the contrary will be taken as a legitimate answer. As always, I am assessing your levels of understanding and ability and such a proof will still demonstrate those.
I will continue to monitor email/ed, but may not respond in a timely manner. Please contact me if there are any other issues.
PS Tutorial solutions are now available under "Tutorial problem sheets"
The final exam is now available to view on the course website (under Activities). It is due at
10am (AEST) on Thursday May 4 2023
Submission is a single pdf file, submitted through give (webCMS provides a web interface to the submission). You may submit as often as you like prior to the deadline - your last submission will be what is marked. I strongly suggest making a dummy submission asap to check that there are no issues with submission - if there are problems, then let me know asap.
I will be available on ed/email for the next 2 hours to answer any questions/make clarifications about the exam paper; any significant points will be announced during this time.
I am currently in the process of uploading the (mostly complete) tutorial solutions - these will be available for your reference shortly.
I have booked Colombo ThB (usual room) for 11-1 on Friday 28 April for a recap lecture. I will be reviewing the main concepts covered since Week 6 and I will try to go through some sample problems (suggestions welcome). I have requested that the lecture be recorded if you are unable to make it, but the only way to be sure to catch the content is by attending in person.Paul