Announcements


November 18:

Suggested solutions to Quiz 2 can be download here.

October 15:

Suggested solutions to Quiz 1 can be download here.

October 11:

Dear Students of MATH1010,

The new due dates for CW4 - CW9 are:

Yours truly,

MATH1010

Department of Mathematics

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Coursework Due Date
Coursework 4 October 18 before 12:00 pm
Coursework 5 October 24 before 12:00 pm
Coursework 6 October 31 before 12:00 pm
Coursework 7 November 7 before 12:00 pm
Coursework 8 November 28 before 12:00 pm
Coursework 9 December 4 before 12:00 pm
October 4:

MATH1010 Quiz 1 will be held on October 4th, 2018, in the tutorial class from 5:35PM - 6:20PM.

Please click here to find the venue.

Topics are

  • Functions: domains, graphs and simple examples
  • Combining functions: Sums, Differences, Products, Quotients and Composite Functions
  • Exponential function and the Logarithm
  • Trigonometric functions
  • The Absolute value function, piecewise defined functions
  • Properties of Functions: odd, even, injective, surjective, bijective
  • Inverse Functions
  • Limits of sequences
  • Monotonic Bounded Sequences
  • Limit of functions
  • - Limits of Rational Functions
  • - Limits of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
  • - Limits of Trigonometric Functions
  • Sandwich theorem for limits of sequences and functions

For more details, please refer to our MATH1010 CUSIS email.

September 27:

Please submit your CW3 in the assignment drop box before Tuesday at 8:00pm on October 2nd, 2018.

September 9:

Due to the Typhoon, please submit your CW2 in the assignment drop box before Thursday at 3:00pm on September 27th, 2018. Please keep in mind that this is a one-time-only event.

October 15:

First Year Honours Scheme first meeting

Objective: Prepare for MATH2000 level courses

Target Student: First year MATH major and potential major students

Date: October 15, 2018, Monday

Time: 18:30 pm - 20:15 pm

Venue: Lady Shaw Building C1

September 17 (Cancelled due to severe weather condition):

First Year Honours Scheme first meeting

Objective: Prepare for MATH2000 level courses

Target Student: First year MATH major and potential major students

Date: September 17, 2018, Monday

Time: 18:30 pm - 20:15 pm

Venue: Lady Shaw Building C1

September 13: Tutorial Classes

From September 13, 2018 and onward, you will have regular tutorial classes.

\( \quad \quad \) Here are a few tips.

  • a) Please go to the class indicated by your registered course code via the CUSIS system. Failure to comply will result in a 5-point reduction of the final score of the coursework assignment.
  • b) Please determine how much time you will require in order to arrive at the class on time from wherever you are coming from on campus. Please be punctual.
  • c) Please write your COMPLETE name and student ID number legibly on the cover sheet (otherwise we will not take any responsibility for your coursework). Please write your answers using a black or blue pen, NOT any other color or a pencil.
  • d) Before coming to any coursework activity, please read carefully the coursework guidelines. Kindly reminder: please sign your name on the attendance sheet.
September 5, 2018:

On September 6, there will be a short review test in the first tutorial class that will cover many basic questions. The test will last for 45 minutes. Don't panic. We will inform you of the result of this test - either pass or fail. If you receive an F grade, please talk to your session lecturer. We will form a 10 - 20 students study group for you that will meet on a regular basis with our teaching assistants in MathGym. We will help you to brush up on your basic Calculus knowledge at an early stage.

Please bring a few HB pencils and an eraser.

Before coming to the review test, please read carefully the test guidelines.

September 3, 2018: The Characteristics of Each Session

Dear Students of MATH1010,

Before enrolling in one of the sessions below, it is advisable to select the one where your classmates and you may have similar mathematics backgrounds. Each session will have different teaching paces and teaching styles according to either your M1 or M2 or Calculus background. Before the add-drop period, please go to the different sessions and see which session is more suitable for you. Please also consider the choice of teaching language and see the table below.

Yours truly,

MATH1010

Department of Mathematics

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Course Code Language Target Students
MATH1010A English
MATH1010B Cantonese and English
MATH1010C Cantonese and English
MATH1010D English
MATH1010E English
MATH1010F Cantonese and English
MATH1010G Cantonese and English
MATH1010H English
What are we up to?
September 6, 2018: Review Exercise Test

On September 6, there will be a short review test in the first tutorial class that will cover many basic questions. The test will last for 45 minutes. Don't panic. We will inform you of the result of this test - either pass or fail. If you receive an F grade, please talk to your session lecturer. We will form a 10 - 20 students study group for you that will meet on a regular basis with our teaching assistants in MathGym. We will help you to brush up on your basic Calculus knowledge at an early stage.

Please bring a few HB pencils and an eraser.

Before coming to the review test, please read carefully the test guidelines.

September 13: Tutorial Classes

From September 13, 2018 and onward, you will have regular tutorial classes.

\( \quad \quad \) Here are a few tips.

  • a) Please go to the class indicated by your registered course code via the CUSIS system. Failure to comply will result in a 5-point reduction of the final score of the coursework assignment.
  • b) Please determine how much time you will require in order to arrive at the class on time from wherever you are coming from on campus. Please be punctual.
  • c) Please write your COMPLETE name and student ID number legibly on the cover sheet (otherwise we will not take any responsibility for your coursework). Please write your answers using a black or blue pen, NOT any other color or a pencil.