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The Faculty Board of Mathematics give notice that, with effect from the examinations to be held in 2001, the form and conduct of the examinations for Parts IA and IB, Mathematics, in the Natural Sciences Tripos will be changed as follows:

There will be two papers. Each paper will contain twelve questions, three of which will be set on material from the Mathematics B course but not the Mathematics A course.

Each candidate may attempt at most six questions on each paper.

The approximate number of marks allocated to a part of a question will be indicated in the right hand margin.

The approximate number of marks allocated to a part of a question will be indicated in the right hand margin.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 29 November 2000

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