ENGR 123 (2021) - Home Page
Welcome to the home pages for ENGR 123: Engineering Mathematics with Logic and Statistics.
Connecting with us
Announcements will be made via the blackboard announcement system
The Course Coordinator is Dr Steven Archer
. Steven is lecturing the first six weeks, and David Cox
is lecturing the final six weeks.
For administrative queries on assignments, tutorials and marking contact Dr Steven Archer
Dr Howard Lukefahr
is in charge of the labs, their supervision, report marking, and the lab content for this course. Howard is also offering special tutorials and events aimed at giving you extra help in this course. Physical and zoom session details will appear here.
Thanks to both class reps that have kindly offered their services.
Discord and Facebook
Not sure about facebook, but the discord link is https://discord.gg/6eR5vTJzzP
The maths helpdesk timetable is here
The office hours of math and statistics academics are listed here
Student learning are here to help. Here are lists of their staff
and T2 workshops
, along with a promotional video
Content and material
Here are three previous exams (only the relevant parts for Test 2 are shown). This is more revision material for Test 2.
A practice test will appear on blackboard (via the left-hand menu link or otherwise) closer to the assessment period.
There is no textbook for Engr 123.
Detailed lecture notes will also be posted on the course homepages from week to week.
See the course outline for an overview.
To expand on the official assessment notes in the Course Outline, here is how your percentage mark is calculated, on which your final grade is based:
Assignments 25%, Labs 25%, Discrete Test 25% and Stats Test 25%.
In addition, there are two final (blackboard) tests, one for Discrete and one for Stats. Each of which can overwrite 5% of the associated sit-down test mark.
Videos Of Lectures
We record all lectures to video. To see videos of lectures, please follow the blackboard link in the menu to the left.
The Mathematics Help Desk is a good place]] to come and ask questions if you are having trouble understanding tutorial and/or assignment questions, or material covered in lectures or in your extended reading. You are welcome here any time.
Dr Howard Lukefahr
will run evening workshops, details under the people section.
There is more help available from Vic's Student Support. They will help you with ENGR123, and they can also help advise on study habits and how to pass courses. Take a look at their website:
You may not be able to solve these problems initially, but we'll build up skills to make them accessible.