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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

MST121 - TMA02

Score: 88. Much better than expected.

Next Saturday, the 14th of february I am starting on the MS221 course: 'Exploring Mathematics'.

A book I am reading at the moment is Naive Lie Theory. It's an introduction to Lie Theory at the undergraduate level. NLT starts with a chapter on quaternions and how they can be utilized in the calculation of rotations in R3.

1 comment:

  1. Hey, congratulations on the score for TMA02 - some of it was pretty tough.
    Like you, I started MST121 in September and have just enrolled (4 hours before the cut-off time for signing up) for MS221 - its coursework only arrived today, so I'll be starting it next Monday as, this week, I want to get MST121 TMA03 finished - loving the calculus, seems much easier than chapters A and B...
    I'm also looking at MST209 or M208 in October - depending on how I feel MS221 has gone.
    Have you tackled the golden ratios and fibonacci stuff yet? Looks interesting and less "dry" than the start of MST121.
    Good luck in your study, will keep an eye on this blog,


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