# Calendar: 1963-1964 Page 151

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150 CLASSES IN THE FACULTY The times and rooms of all classes will be given on time-table on the Faculty notice board The following signs are used to indicate the nature of the courses Î–-B Sc General or Ancillary A-B Sc Special or Postgraduate S-Other courses The suffix denotes tutorial class The number of hours shown after each course is the number given to that course weekly MATHEMATICS Head of the Department Professor John Greenlees Semple Ph I-B So General Subsidiary and Ancillary Z1-Mathematics-lst year hrs -Mathematics-2nd year hrs -Mathematics-3rd year hrs -Mathematics special one-year course consisting of three lectures and one tutorial class weekly for students taking Mathematics ancillary to Physics and to Chemistry Zj-Mathematics special course of one lecture week for second- year students reading for Sc Special Chemistry II-B Sc Special First Session Ax-Foundations of analysis Algebra Geometry Calculus and Differential Equations Aj-Vector Calculus Dynamics Electrostatics Hydrodynamics Aj-Development of Mathematical Ideas -Tutorial classes Second Session A4-Real Variable Complex Variable Geometry Differential Equations A5-Dynamics Electromagnetic Theory Thermodynamics Wave Theory -Tutorial classes Third Session -Mathematical methods A7-Advanced subject courses on selected branches of Pure and Applied Mathematics -Tutorial classes Students will also attend Intercollegiate Lectures as arranged by the Board of Studies in Mathematics

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