Hi. Introduction first: I'm a fifty-year-old bloke, living in London. I left school a long time ago with essentially no qualifications. Taught myself Spanish, sat the GCSE as an external candidate, and then the A' Level same, and did a degree in it. Went to live in Spain for seven years, brought my wife and two daughters back to London to live.
My friend thinks I'm an 'eternal student'. Whether that means I have a thirst for learning, or I'm a scrounger, he has yet to say. Anyway, since getting back I've done an LLB with the Open Uni and am now working as a solicitor.
I sort of dropped maths a long time ago, but would love to do a BSc in maths and physics. So I bought the textbooks for MU123, the 'Discovering Mathematics' course at the Open University, and am working through those in my lunch breaks. So my question to the esteemed members of this site: is there anywhere I can buy/download TMA and CMA? I won't need them marked (of course!), but my other half is something of a mathetmatical genius, so she can do that for me.
Only entirely legal means requested, of course. Thank you.
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