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On a scale of 1 to 10 how hard would you consider this engineering maths paper?

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On a scale of 1 to 10 how hard would you consider this engineering maths paper?

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Hard to judge itFor a second year if there is choice (e.g. best 5 questions) this is very nice
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Hard to judge itFor a second year if there is choice (e.g. best 5 questions) this is very nice
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It's 2nd year mechanical. You also get choices 5/7
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It's 2nd year mechanical. You also get choices 5/7
then it is a very good paper in my opinion.
what university is from?

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I would give it a 10 on the basis that I could not answer a single question on that paper at the moment.

But on reflection, when I think back to what I covered during my engineering maths classes it does seem quite fair, except perhaps questions 6 and 7 which I think would be more on the difficult side.

Lets see what @a10 thinks as he's also right in amongst this stuff at the moment.
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then it is a very good paper in my opinion.
what university is from?

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What does good mean on a scale of 1 to 10?

you can find another paper are here
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What does good mean on a scale of 1 to 10?

you can find another paper are here
AROUND 9
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Oh I'm sorry https://sites.google.com/site/engmath2230/storage/MATH2230_Dec_2014.pdf?attredirects=0]
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many thanks
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This paper seems like a combination of 2 modules I am taking this year (in fact the questions seem very similar). I wonder though how much content of the year does this paper cover for your course? For the two modules I take that cover all these topics it counts to 25% of the year .

Nice paper as well. I may attempt the questions later down the line for revision for summer exams after I have covered all the topics.
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This paper seems like a combination of 2 modules I am taking this year (in fact the questions seem very similar). I wonder though how much content of the year does this paper cover for your course? For the two modules I take that cover all these topics it counts to 25% of the year .

Nice paper as well. I may attempt the questions later down the line for revision for summer exams after I have covered all the topics.
Oh this was from Sept to Dec (now). But that's the last of it.
In terms of the percentage for the year I think it's maybe 4 or 5 but I'm not sure.
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Oh this was from Sept to Dec (now). But that's the last of it.
In terms of the percentage for the year I think it's maybe 4 or 5 but I'm not sure.
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These topics only cover 5% of your year.......are you serious. Good luck.
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These topics only cover 5% of your year.......are you serious. Good luck.
Lol. Yeah it's tough.
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It's 2nd year mechanical. You also get choices 5/7
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I would give it a 10 on the basis that I could not answer a single question on that paper at the moment.

But on reflection, when I think back to what I covered during my engineering maths classes it does seem quite fair, except perhaps questions 6 and 7 which I think would be more on the difficult side.

Lets see what @a10 thinks as he's also right in amongst this stuff at the moment.
In my opinion this is quite a nice paper if I'm honest. The questions from 1-3 should be quite simple; I did those in my first year in the second term and it was just a case of understanding the theorums and applying them. Questions 4-7 are a bit trickier than the earlier ones but again quite standard 2nd year pure maths stuff nothing I would consider as 'too difficult' there!
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I remember covering most of this (not sure what Clairaut's theorem is though) but I don't think I could answer much without a lot of revision :wink2:

the end of question 6 looks disgusting :puke:

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In my opinion this is quite a nice paper if I'm honest. The questions from 1-3 should be quite simple; I did those in my first year in the second term and it was just a case of understanding the theorums and applying them. Questions 4-7 are a bit trickier than the earlier ones but again quite standard 2nd year pure maths stuff nothing I would consider as 'too difficult' there!
In my experience, the questions are usually harder than they appear to be at first look.
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the fact that it seems to have been printed on jelly makes it even harder

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