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Stats for Engineers, S2 2016 - General Info MATH2089/MATH2099/MATH2859/CVEN2002/CVEN2702 July 22, 2016
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Contacts Lecturers: MATH2089 - Dr Jia Deng (RC-2070) Friday 9:00am–11:00am - Central Lecture Block (CLB) 7 MATH2099/MATH2859 - A/Prof Scott Sisson (RC-1034) Monday 1:00–3:00 pm - Keith Burrows Lecture Theatre CVEN2002/CVEN2702 - Dr Jakub Stoklosa (RC-3071) Monday 12:00–2:00 pm - CLB 7 Lunchtime consultation: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Jia Scott Jakub Diana William Deng Sisson Stoklosa Combe Dunsmuir RC-2070 RC-1034 RC-3071 RC-1032 RC-2057 11am 1pm 12pm 12pm 12:30-1:30pm MATH2089/2099/2859/CVEN2002/2702 Stats for Engineers, S2 2016 - General Info July 22, 2016 2 / 14
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Organisation There will be one two-hour lecture per week, and one laboratory/tutorial class. Weeks 1-13 Tutorials/Laboratory classes are held at a variety of times and locations as indicated on your timetable through myUNSW. Students are expected to attend tutorials/laboratory classes, and rolls will be kept. Tutorials/Laboratory classes start in Week 1 and end in Week 13 . Your tutor should be your first point of contact for any question about this course . MATH2089/2099/2859/CVEN2002/2702 Stats for Engineers, S2 2016 - General Info July 22, 2016 3 / 14
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Organisation: laboratory classes Laboratory classes are held in the School of Mathematics and Statistics’ computer laboratories in the Red Centre (level G). Lab classes take place in Weeks 1, 2, 4, 6 and 8. Before your first laboratory in Week 1 , you should make sure you can logon to the computers using your zID (UNSW User ID) and zPass. Many statistical problems require use of a computer software package in this course you are asked to become familiar with Matlab , and that is what the laboratory classes are designed for.
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