Quantitative Technique For Business 203
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Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
A pretty hard unit for a lot of students, especially if you don't have much of a maths background. It's quite unfair to expect the level of mathematics they do without the right prerequisites. The first half of the unit deals with calculus; optimisation, partial derivatives, constrained optimisation etc. And then the second half touches on statistics, mostly focusing on hypothesis testing. I find most students struggle the most with the calculus part (which is quite important to get down as it features heavily on the mid sem and final). If you're comfortable with derivatives and constrained optimisation of two variables then this unit won't throw you too much.. but I've found a lot of students going through this unit don't have that background and that makes it quite difficult! My advice would be to get on top of fractions early on in the unit: (adding, mutliplying, expressing two fractions as a single fraction, solving for x when a fraction equals 0, that type of thing) And then focus on understanding domain and range and working out the domain and range of different functions. If you can try and understand those two concepts then that should make the differentiation part not quite as difficult when you get to it
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
The tutors and lectures are not very good at engaging or teaching.