{"ModuleCode":"GEK1505","ModuleTitle":"Living with Mathematics","Department":"Mathematics","ModuleDescription":"The objective of this course is to exhibit some simple mathematical ideas that permeate a modern society and to show how a reasonably numerate person can use these ideas in everyday life and, in the process, gain an appreciation of the beauty and power of mathematical ideas. This course is intuitive in approach and should help the student to develop enough confidence in confronting many of the problems in daily life that require more than the usual amount of computing work. Topics covered are: reasoning, counting, modular arithmetic, codes, cryptography, chances, visualizing.","ModuleCredit":"4","Workload":"3-1-0-3-3","Preclusion":"Mathematics majors, Applied Mathematics majors, Computational Finance majors, Quantitative Finance majors, Mathematics with Management Science majors, Physics majors, second major in Mathematics, second major in Financial Mathematics","Types":["GEM"],"History":[{"Semester":1,"ExamDate":"2014-11-26T13:00+0800","LecturePeriods":["Monday Evening","Wednesday Evening"],"TutorialPeriods":["Monday Morning","Monday Afternoon","Tuesday Afternoon","Tuesday Evening","Wednesday Afternoon","Thursday Afternoon","Friday Morning","Friday Afternoon"]},{"Semester":2,"ExamDate":"2015-05-06T17:00+0800","LecturePeriods":["Monday Evening","Wednesday Evening"],"TutorialPeriods":["Monday Morning","Monday Afternoon","Tuesday Morning","Tuesday Evening","Wednesday Afternoon","Thursday Afternoon"]}]}