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Linear Algebra

MAT1503

Semesters 1 & 2

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

This tutorial letter contains important information about your

module.

university

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CONTENTS

Page

2 PURPOSE AND OUTCOMES OF THE MODULE.............................................. 5

2.1 Purpose.............................................................................................................................. 5

2.2 Outcomes........................................................................................................................... 5

3 LECTURER AND CONTACT DETAILS.................................................................. 6

3.1 Lecturer.............................................................................................................................. 6

3.2 Department......................................................................................................................... 7

3.3 University (contact details)............................................................................................... 7

4 MODULE RELATED RESOURCES........................................................................ 7

4.1 Prescribed book................................................................................................................. 7

4.2 Recommended books....................................................................................................... 7

4.3 e-Reserves.......................................................................................................................... 8

5 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE MODULE.................................... 9

6 MODULE SPECIFIC STUDY PLAN......................................................................... 9

7 MODULE PRACTICAL WORK AND WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING.. 10

8 ASSESSMENT............................................................................................................. 10

8.1 Assessment plan............................................................................................................. 10

8.2 General assignment numbers........................................................................................ 10

8.2.1 Unique assignment numbers.......................................................................................... 10

8.2.2 Due dates of assignments.............................................................................................. 11

8.3 Submission of assignments........................................................................................... 11

8.4 Assignments.................................................................................................................... 12

9 EXAMINATIONS.......................................................................................................... 24

9.1 Examination admission .................................................................................................. 24

9.2 Examination period......................................................................................................... 24

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10 OTHER ASSESSMENT METHODS...................................................................... 24

11 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS................................................................... 24

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1 INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME

Welcome to this module. We trust that you will find it both interesting and rewarding. The university

has decided that this module will now be a semester module, so please start studying as soon as

you receive your study material. Note that if you are registered for Semester 1 (Semester 2), then

all your assignments need to be submitted by 20 March 2016 (11 September 2016). All queries

relating to the semesterisation of this module should be directed to the Office of the Academic

Planner see the section on Communication with the University under Section 3 below.

You will receive a number of tutorial letters during the year. A tutorial letter is our way of communi-

cating with you about teaching, learning and assessment.

This tutorial letter contains important information about the scheme of work, resources and assign-

ments for this module as well as exam admission. We urge you to read it carefully and to keep it

at hand when working through the study material, preparing the assignment(s), preparing for the

examination and addressing questions to your lecturers.

In this tutorial letter, you will find the assignments as well as instructions on the preparation and

submission of the assignments. This tutorial letter also provides all the information you need with

regard to the prescribed study material and other resources and how to obtain it. Please study this

information carefully and make sure that you obtain the prescribed material as soon as possible.

We have also included certain general and administrative information about this module. Please

study this section of the tutorial letter carefully.

Right from the start we would like to point out that you must read all the tutorial letters you

receive during the semester immediately and carefully, as they always contain important and,

sometimes urgent information.

We hope that you will enjoy this module and wish you all the best!

The Department of Despatch should supply you with the Study Guide and Tutorial Letter 101 at

registration and others later.

You will receive an inventory letter that will tell you what you have received in your study package

and also show items that are still outstanding. Also see the booklet entitled My Studies @ Unisa.

Check the study material that you have received against the inventory letter.

PLEASE NOTE: Your lecturers cannot help you with missing study material.

Apart from Tutorial Letter 101, you will also receive other tutorial letters during the semester. These

tutorial letters will not necessarily be available at the time of registration. Tutorial letters will be

despatched to you as soon as they are available or needed.

If you have access to the Internet, you can view the study guide and tutorial letters for the modules

for which you are registered on the Universitys online campus, myUnisa, at http://my.unisa.ac.za

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Tutorial Letter 101 contains important information about the scheme of work, resources and assign-

ments for this module. I urge you to read it carefully and to keep it at hand when working through

the study material, preparing the assignments, preparing for the examination and addressing ques-

tions to your lecturers.

In this tutorial letter you will find the assignments as well as instructions on the preparation and

submission of the assignments. This tutorial letter also provides information with regard to other

resources and where to obtain them. Please study this information carefully.

Certain general and administrative information about this module has also been included. Please

study this section of the tutorial letter carefully.

You must read all the tutorial letters you receive during the semester immediately and care-

fully, as they always contain important and, sometimes, urgent information.

2.1 Purpose

This module will be useful to students interested in developing the basic skills in linear algebra

which can be applied in the natural sciences and social sciences. Students credited with this

module will have an understanding of the basic ideas of linear algebra and be able to apply the

basic techniques for handling systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants and vectors.

2.2 Outcomes

2.2.1 To solve systems of linear equations.

2.2.2 To perform basic matrix operations.

2.2.3 To evaluate determinants and use them to solve certain systems of linear equations

and to find inverses of invertible matrices.

2.2.4 To perform various operations in 2space, 3space and nspace and to find

equations for lines and planes in 3space.

2.2.5 To express complex numbers in Polar form, solve polynomial equations of a complex

variable.

2.2.6 To extract nth roots of any complex number where n N.

2.2.7 To express relationships between trigonometric functions using complex numbers.

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3 LECTURER AND CONTACT DETAILS

3.1 Lecturer

Dr. L. Godloza

Tel: (011) 670 9096

Room no: 642

GJ Gerwel Building

Florida Campus

e-mail: godlol@unisa.ac.za

Dr. ZE Mpono

Tel: (011) 670 9161

Room no: 643

GJ Gerwel Building

Florida Campus

e-mail: mponoze@unisa.ac.za

All queries that are not of a purely administrative nature but are about the content of this module

should be directed to us. Please have your study material with you when you contact us.

You are always welcome to come and discuss your work please make sure that we are free to

help you by making an appointment well before the time. Please come to these appointments

well prepared with specific questions that indicate your own efforts to have understood the basic

concepts involved. You are also free to write to us about any of the difficulties you encounter with

your work. If these difficulties concern exercises which you are unable to solve, you must send us

your attempts so that we can see where you are going wrong.

Address:

Department of Mathematical Sciences

P O Box 392

UNISA

0003

PLEASE NOTE: Letters to lecturers may not be enclosed with or inserted into assignments.

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3.2 Department

Fax number: 011 670 9171 (RSA) +27 11 670 9171 (International)

Departmental Secretary: 011 670 9147 (RSA) +27 11 670 9147 (International)

If you need to contact the University about matters not related to the content of this module,

please consult the publication My studies @ Unisa that you received with your study material.

This brochure contains information on how to contact the University (e.g. to whom you can

write for different queries, important telephone and fax numbers, addresses and details of

the times certain facilities are open).

Always have your student number at hand when you contact the University.

Anton, Howard & Rorres, Chris: Elementary Linear Algebra; with supplemental Applications

(11th edition, 2014), John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Please refer to the list of official booksellers and their addresses in the my Studies @ Unisa

brochure. Prescribed books can be obtained from the Universitys official booksellers. If you have

difficulty in locating your book(s) at these booksellers, please contact the Prescribed Book Section

at Tel: 012 429-4152 or e-mail vospresc@unisa.ac.za.

The following is a publication that you may consult in order to broaden your knowledge of MAT1503.

A limited number of copies is available in the Library.

Kolman, Bernard & Hill, David R.: Introductory Linear Algebra; An Applied First Course

(8th edition or earlier), Prentice Hall, 2005.

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Recommended books may be requested telephonically from the Main Library in Pretoria at tele-

phone (012) 429-3133 (08:00 18:00 weekdays; 08:00 13:00 Saturdays) by supplying the re-

quest numbers and your student number.

The following books are also available at the Unisa Library. However, there is a limited number of

copies of these books.

Ayres, Frank: Schaums Outline of Theory and Problems of Matrices, McGraw-Hill, New York,

1974.

Cullen, Charles G.: Matrices and Linear Transformations, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MASS.,

1972.

Johnson, Lee W.: Introduction to Linear Algebra (2nd or earlier editions), Addison-Wesley,

Reading, MASS., 1989.

Knopp, Paul J.: Linear Algebra, an Introduction, Hamilton Publishing Co., Santa Barbara,

CALIF., 1974.

Lipschutz, Seymour: Schaums Outline of Theory and Problems of Linear Algebra, McGraw-

Hill, New York, 1968.

Nering, Evar D.: Elementary Linear Algebra, W.B. Saunders Publishing Co., Philadelphia,

1974.

Nicholson, W.K.: Linear Algebra with Applications (3rd edition), PWS Publishing Company,

Boston.

Grossman, Stanley I.: Elementary Linear Algebra (any adition), Wadsworth Publishing Co.,Belmont,

CA., 1991.

Anton, Howard and Rorres, Chris:Elementary Linear Algebra; Applications Version,(10th edi-

tion, 2011), John Wiley & Sons, Inc

NOTE: Do not feel that you should study from these books, simply because we have pro-

vided you with this list. Sometimes, however, if one really gets bogged down on a particular

section or part of the work, a different presentation might just be what is needed to get going

again.

4.3 e-Reserves

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For information on the various student support systems and services available at Unisa (e.g. stu-

dent counselling, tutorial classes, language support), please consult the publication My studies @

Unisa that you received with your study material.

Study groups

It is advisable to have contact with fellow students. One way to do this is to form study groups. The

addresses of students in your area may be obtained from the following department:

PO Box 392

UNISA

0003

myUnisa

If you have access to a computer that is linked to the internet, you can quickly access resources

and information at the University. The myUnisa learning management system is Unisas online

campus that will help you to communicate with your lecturers, with other students and with the

administrative departments of Unisa all through the computer and the internet.

To go to the myUnisa website, start at the main Unisa website, www.unisa.ac.za, and then click

on the myUnisa link below the orange tab labelled Current students. This should take you to

the myUnisa website. You can also go there directly by typing my.unisa.ac.za in the address bar of

your browser.

Please consult the publication My studies @ Unisa which you received with your study material for

more information on myUnisa.

Group Discussions

You will receive a tutorial letter 301 with dates, venues and times for group discussions in this

module.

Tutorial Classes

Tutorial classes will be given at some learning centres. This will depend on how many students are

registered at that learning centre. You have to pay for these classes. You may contact the learning

centre in connection with tutorial classes. The information and telephone numbers are in the My

studies @ Unisa brochure.

Outcomes 2.2.1 to 2.2.4 to be achieved by 19 February 12 August

Outcomes 2.2.1 to 2.2.4 to be achieved by 4 March 26 August

Outcomes 2.2.4 - 2.2.7 18 March 9 September

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7 MODULE PRACTICAL WORK AND WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING

There are no practicals for this module.

8 ASSESSMENT

In each semester there are three assignments for MAT1503, two of which are multiplechoice

assignments (Assignment 01 and 02) and the other one (Assignment 03) is a written assignment.

The questions for the assignments are given at the end of this tutorial letter. For each assignment

there is a FIXED CLOSING DATE; the date by which the assignment must reach the university.

Solutions for each assignment as Tutorial Letter 201, 202, etc. will be posted a few days after the

closing date. They will also be made available on myUnisa.

Late assignments will be marked, but will be awarded 0%.

Written assignment

Not all the questions in the written assignment will be marked and you will also not be informed

beforehand which questions will be marked. The reason for this is that Mathematics is learnt by

doing Mathematics, and it is therefore extremely important to do as many problems as possible.

You can self assess the questions that are not marked by comparing your solutions with the printed

solutions that will be sent to you.

the compulsory assignment for

admission to the examination

and must reach us by the

due date.

Please note that each assignment also has its own unique assignment number which has to be

written on the cover of your assignment upon submission.

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The due dates for the submission of the assignments in 2017 are:

SEMESTER 1

Assignment no. Type Fixed closing date

01 Multiple choice 20 February 2017

02 Written 06 March 2017

03 Written 31 March 2017

SEMESTER 2

Assignment no. Type Fixed closing date

01 Multiple choice 14 August 2017

02 Written 28 August 2017

03 Written 11 Septembeer 2017

You may submit written assignments and assignments completed on mark-reading sheets either

by post or electronically via myUnisa. Assignments may not be submitted by fax or e-mail. For

detailed information on assignments, please refer to the myStudies @ Unisa brochure, which you

received with your study package. Assignments should be sent to

The Registrar

P.O. Box 392

UNISA

0003

Go to myUnisa.

Log in with your student number and password.

Select the module.

Click on assignments in the menu on the left-hand side of the screen.

Click on the assignment number you wish to submit.

Follow the instructions.

PLEASE NOTE: Although students may work together when preparing assignments, each student

must write and submit his or her own individual assignment. In other words, you must submit your

own calculations in your own words. It is unacceptable for students to submit identical assign-

ments on the basis that they worked together. That is copying (a form of plagiarism) and none of

these assignments will be marked. Furthermore, you may be penalised or subjected to disciplinary

proceedings by the University.

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8.4 Assignments

SEMESTER 1

ASSIGNMENT 01

Fixed closing date: 20 February 2017

Unique assignment number: 693486

Choose the correct option in each of the following questions, i.e. choose 1 or 2.

(a) Any homogeneous linear system, always has at least one solution.

1. True 2. False

4x + 3y =4

x+y = 2.

1. True 2. False

(c) If

1 0 1 2

A= and B =

2 3 3 0

1 2

then AB = BA or AB = .

7 4

1. True 2. False

(d) If

1 0 1 0

A= and B =

2 3 32 1

3

then AB = BA.

1. True 2. False

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(e) Let A and B be any matrices such that both AB and BA exist. Then AB = BA.

1. True 2. False

4 0 0

0 sin cos .

0 cos + sin

1. True 2. False

1. True 2. False

1. True 2. False

1. True 2. False

x1 cos x2 sin = 0

x1 sin + x2 cos = 3.

1. True 2. False

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SEMESTER 1

ASSIGNMENT 02

Fixed closing date: 06 March 2017

Unique assignment number: 892294

QUESTION 1

If each component of a non-zero vector in R3 is doubled then the length of that vector is doubled.

Prove this statement. (5)

QUESTION 2

Suppose that u and v are two vectors such that ||u|| = 2, ||v|| = 1 and u v = 1. Find the angle

between u and v in radians. (5)

QUESTION 3

(a) Suppose the relationship Proja u = Proja v is true for some vectors a, u and w.

(ii) Provide a counte example to show that u need not be equal to v in your example. (5)

QUESTION 4

Suppose u, v and w are vectors in R3 . Show by means of a counter example that

(i) (u v) w 6= u (v w) sometimes and that (5)

(ii) if u 6= 0, u v = u w then u need not be equal to w. (5)

[Hint: Use i = (1, 0, 0) , j = (0, 1, 0) and k = (0, 0, 1)]

QUESTION 5

Let u = (2, 0, 4) , v = (3, 1, 6) and w = (2, 5, 5) . Compute

(i) the area of the parallelogram bounded by u and v (5)

(ii) the equation of the plane parallel to v and w passing through the tip of u. (5)

QUESTION 6

(i) x2 a2 = (b y) (b + y) and (5)

(ii) The arguments of z1 and z2 differ by a multiple of 2 (5)

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SEMESTER 1

ASSIGNMENT 03

Fixed closing date: 31 March 2017

Unique Assignment Number: 841469

QUESTION 1

2x + 4y + 6z =0

4x + 5y + 6z =3

7x + 8y + 9z = 6.

(3)

x1 x2 + 4x5 =2

x3 x5 =2

x4 x5 = 3.

(3)

2x + 8y + 4z =2

2x + 5y + z =5

4x + 10y z = 1.

(5)

(c) Solve the system in 1(b) by using Cramers rule. First discuss the applicabililty of Cramers

rule to the system. (6)

y + 2xz =0

x + 2y + 6z =2

kx + 2z =1

(i) For which values of k does the system have a unique solution?

(ii) When is there no solution?

(iii) When are there infinitely many solutions?

(4)

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QUESTION 2

Given some numbers a, b, c, d, e and f such that

a 1 d a 1 d

det b 1

e = 7 and det b 2 e = 11

c 1 f c 3 f

(a) find

a 3 d

det b

2 e

c 3 f

(b) find

a 3 d

det b

5 e

c 7 f

(2)

(i) Show that if the entries of A1 are integers, then det A = 1 or det A = 1.

(ii) Show the converse: If det A = 1 or det A = 1, then the entries of A1 are integers.

4 0 2 1

5 0 4 2

E= 2

(3)

0 3 4

1 0 2 3

(e) Find all possible values of c for which the following matrix

1 1 1

F = 1 9

c

1 c 3

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QUESTION 3

Let u = (1, 0, 2), v = (3, 1, 2), w = (1, 2, 2) be vectors in standard position. Compute

(a) 3v 2u (3)

(b) ku + v + wk (5)

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(f) the equation of the plane parallel to v and w and passing through the tip of u (4)

[25]

QUESTION 4

(a) Let z1 = 1 + 2i and 1 2i.

1 2

(iv) Use the polar forms of z1 and z2 to verify that + 2i. (4)

3 3

(b) Use de Moivres Theorem to derive a formula for the 4th roots of 8. (5)

[25]

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SEMESTER 2

ASSIGNMENT 01

Fixed closing date: 14 August 2017

Unique assignment number: 586769

Choose the correct option in each of the following questions, i.e. choose 1 or 2.

1. True 2. False

(b) If A, B, C are square matrices of the same size such that AC = BC, then A and B are identical

1. True 2. False

1. True 2. False

1. True 2. False

(e) Given

3 0 0 0

A= and B =

2 0 4 1

it is true that

0 0

AB =

0 0

1. True 2. False

(f) Two square matrices A and B can have the same determinant if and only if they are of the same

size.

1. True 2. False

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(g) Let A be a 4 4 matrix and B be obtained from A by adding 5 times the first row to each of

the second and third rows, then det (B) = 54 det (A)

1. True 2. False

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(h) A square matrix D is invertible if and only if exists as a real number

det (D)

1. True 2. False

(i) If a square matrix B is invertible, then its inverse has zero determinant.

1. True 2. False

(j) In order to apply Cramers Rule, the coefficient matrix of a system must be invertible and the

determinant of the inverse of the coefficient matrix must be different from 0.

1. True 2. False

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SEMESTER 2

ASSIGNMENT 02

Fixed closing date: 28 August 2017

Unique Assignment Number: 771329

QUESTION 1

Let u and v be non-zero vectors in R3 in standard position. Prove that

If u and v are of length r cm each, where r R and r > 0, then their tips lie on the surface of a

sphere of radius r cm. (5)

QUESTION 2

Determine the components of the vector v = P1 P2 with initial point P1 (3, 1, 4) and terminal point

P2 (6, 5, 8). Show all your calculations. (5)

QUESTION 3

2 2

, , + 31

Let v = (2, 2, 1) be a vector in R3 . Verify that the unit vector in the direction of v is 3 3

(5)

QUESTION 4

Suppose u, v and w are vectors in R3 such that u v = u w.

If Proju w = Projv w, determine the relationship between u and v. Give all the reasons. (5)

QUESTION 5

Let u = (1, 0, 2) , v = (2, 1, 0) and w = (0, 2, 1). Compute

(i) 3v 2u

(iii) (u v) w.

(iv) Projw v

(vi) the equation of the plane parallel u and v and passing through the tip of w

QUESTION 6

Let the plane V be defined by ax + by + cz + d = 0 with a, b, c, d, R and the vector (a, b, c) a unit

vector. Verify that the distance of the plane from the origin is |d| . (5)

[25]

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SEMESTER 2

ASSIGNMENT 03

Fixed closing date: 11 September 2017

Unique Assignment: 789872

QUESTION 1

(a) Find a system of linear equations with three unknown x, y, z whose solutions are x = 6 + 5t, y =

4 + 3t and z = 2 + t where t is an arbitrary constant. (5)

x + 4y + z = 0

4x + 13y + 7z = 0

7x + 22y + 13z = 1

x1 + 2x2 x3 + x4 =3

x2 + 3x3 + 7x4 =5

x3 + 2x4 =2

x4 =0

(5)

3x + 11y + 19z = 2

7x + 23y + 39z = 10

4x 3y 2z =6

(10)

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QUESTION 2

2x + y =C

3y + z =C

x 4z =C

where C is a constant. Find the smallest positive integer C such that x, y and z are alll integers.

(8)

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(b) Consider the linear system

x + 2y + 3z =4

x + ky + 4z =6

x + 2y + (k + 2) z = 6,

(i) For what values of k does the system have a unique solution? (4)

(ii) When is there no solution? (3)

(iii) When are there infinitely many solutions? (3)

1 0 0

e1 = 0 , e2 = 1

and e3 = 0

0 0 1

in R3 .

(i) For

a b c

A= d e f

g h i

compute A

e1 , A

e2 and A

e3 . (4)

v1 ,

(ii) If B is an n 3 matrix with columns

v2 and

v3 what is Bc1 , Bc2 , Bc3 ? (3)

[25]

QUESTION 3

With u = (0, 3, 0) , v = (1, 0, 4) and (2, 4, 0) compute

(a) 2v 2u (3)

(f) The equation of the plane parallell to v and w and passing through the tip of u. (6)

[25]

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QUESTION 4

(a) Let z1 = 2 + i 3 and z2 = 2 i 3

(ii) Determine the polar form of z2 (3)

(iii) Use the polar of z1 and z2 to verify that z1 z2 = 7 (6)

z1

(iv) Use the polar forms of z1 and z2 to determine the modulus of . (6)

z2

(b) Use the Moivres theorem to derive a formula for the 4th roots of 8. (8)

[25]

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9 EXAMINATIONS

To be admitted to the examination you must submit the compulsory assignment, i.e. Assignment

01, by the due date (20 February 2017 for Semester 1, and 14 August 2017 for Semester 2).

This module is offered in a semester period of fifteen weeks. This means that if you are registered

for the first semester, you will write the examination in May/June 2017 and the supplementary ex-

amination will be written in October/November 2017. If you are registered for the second semester

you will write the examination in October/November 2017 and the supplementary examination will

be written in May/June 2018.

During the semester, the Examination Section will provide you with information regarding the ex-

amination in general, examination venues, examination dates and examination times.

The textbook forms the basis of this course. The study outcomes are listed under 2.2 of this tutorial

letter. The examination will be a single written paper of two hours duration.

Refer to the myStudies @ Unisa brochure for general examination guidelines and examination

preparation guidelines.

You are not allowed to use a calculator in the exam. Previous examination paper(s) will be

available to students. Stundents will not be supplied with solutions to these examination papers in

the form of a tutorial letter. They may, discuss some problems from these with their lecturers and

tutors.

There are no other assessment methods for this module.

For any other study information see the brochure my Studies @ Unisa.

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