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# Conversation Between Simplicity and DPLSK

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1. DPLSK
01-01-2012
I can't change to calculus of several variables, as I believe there to be a clash with statistical methods, which I believe is a prerequisite for a lot of third year statistical courses.

I'm doing propositional logic because I enjoy it. I am aware that I do not need it for predicate logic. I was actually leaning more towards numerical analysis I, as it looks like a fairly interesting course (it clashes with propositional logic).

The notes will obviously contain a lot of proofs, but that need not necessarily mean the exam will. If the exam runs the way I think it would - section A would be techniques and not contain any proofs at all.

2. Simplicity
01-01-2012
Metric Spaces
Algebraic Structures 2
Introduction to Geometry
Propositional Logic
Foundations of Modern Probability
Statistical Methods
I would suggest changing Propositional logic to calculus of several variables. It going to be more useful. Plus next year just do predicate logic as it doesn't require you to do propositional logic.

What courses you planning to do next year?

There will be a few proofs on the actual exam. However, I believe the course for the most part to be methods based - so you should be fine (IMO).

Darren

PS: The PM problems are probably due to several users having your username.
I suppose. I sort of messed up the mid term test for it. Plus if you check the notes it's all proofs.

For PDEs and vector calculus. Do the example sheets as he going to be copy a question from it in the exam. He did it last year for the vector calculus part.
3. DPLSK
31-12-2011
(Original post by Simplicity)
What courses are you doing next year?
Metric Spaces
Algebraic Structures 2
Introduction to Geometry
Propositional Logic
Foundations of Modern Probability
Statistical Methods

(Original post by Simplicity)
Also, do you think will get any proofs in Probability 2. As I can do all the stupid questions.
There will be a few proofs on the actual exam. However, I believe the course for the most part to be methods based - so you should be fine (IMO).

Darren

PS: The PM problems are probably due to several users having your username.