You can make an appeal about an assessment decision by putting it in writing and sending it to us. Refer

to your Student Handbook for more information about our appeals process.

Plagiarism, cheating and assessment dishonesty:

Imperial considers plagiarism and cheating as a serious misdemeanour. Evidence of plagiarism and

cheating is treated on a case-by-case basis and the consequences for students engaging in such practices

may include failure of the assessment or unit or exclusion from the course. For more information, refer to

imperial’s Assessment Policy.

For written Questions and Answers

Re-assessment: If you do not achieve the required standard, you will be given the opportunity to be reassessed by our Assessor. Arrangements will be made on an individual basis. If you are deemed to be NS

(Not Satisfactory), your assessor will either ask specific questions orally, and record them with you or you

will be asked to resubmit your responses.

All completed work is to be handed in to your trainer/assessor by the date specified.

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This information is to be handed to each student to outline the assessment requirements.

Assessment Information

How to submit your assessments

When you have completed each assessment task you will need to submit it to your assessor.

Instructions about submission can be found at the beginning of each assessment task.

When and where do students need to do this?

Students will do this task in the at the Imperial College of Australia classroom or lab

Provide students with the due date for this assessment so they can submit on the due date.

Assessment Task Cover Sheet

At the beginning of each task, you will find an Assessment Cover Sheet. Please fill it in for each task,

making sure you sign the student declaration.

Your assessor will give you feedback about how well you went in each task, and will write in the Cover

Sheet.

Make sure you have a copy of your completed assessments before you submit them – your assessor will

put the documents you submit into your student file. These will not be returned to you.

Assessment appeals

You can make an appeal about an assessment decision by putting it in writing and sending it to us. Refer

to your Student Handbook for more information about our appeals process.

Plagiarism, cheating and assessment dishonesty:

Imperial considers plagiarism and cheating as a serious misdemeanour. Evidence of plagiarism and

cheating is treated on a case-by-case basis and the consequences for students engaging in such practices

may include failure of the assessment or unit or exclusion from the course. For more information, refer to

imperial’s Assessment Policy.

For written Questions and Answers

Re-assessment: If you do not achieve the required standard, you will be given the opportunity to be reassessed by our Assessor. Arrangements will be made on an individual basis. If you are deemed to be NS

(Not Satisfactory), your assessor will either ask specific questions orally, and record them with you or you

will be asked to resubmit your responses.

All completed work is to be handed in to your trainer/assessor by the date specified.

Please note:

It is expected that all written assessment will be submitted as hard copy or with the agreement of your

trainer/assessor electronically by email.

If submitting assessments by email you must use the following details in your email:

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Unit code and title (i.e. – ICTTEN813 Produce engineering solutions using numerical computations and

simulation)

Student name and ID

Assessment number and title (i.e. – Assessment 1 – Written Questions)

Alternative methods of submission (other than hard copy or email) will need to be agreed with your

trainer/assessor

Document formats

File Format:

.doc

.docx

.xls

.xlsx

.ppt

.pptx

.pdf

Font sizes should range between 10 and 14 and you should always use system fonts such as Calibri, Arial,

Times New Roman or Tahoma.

Image and video formats

Video or motion graphics:

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.mov – Apple QuickTime Movie

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Larger video files may need to be supplied on a USB, CD or DVD.

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.tiff

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Classroom / Simulated environment

The Imperial College of Australia ensures that the training delivered is to the standards of a real

workplace context. To meet this context The Imperial College of Australia has implemented an approach

to delivery that uses the facilities and systems of The Imperial College of Australia as the workplace. The

Imperial College of Australia has placed all of its own policies and procedures and proformas and

legislation on a dedicated drive/website accessible by students. Students are given a wide range of

websites as part of the qualification that similarly provide access to wide ranging workplace

documentation to support individual units such ashttp://www.comcare.gov.au/virtual_workplaces/

This ensures that students have access to a full range of workplace documentation. The various facilities

and equipment of The Imperial College of Australia are also accessible to students e.g. photocopiers,

computers, board rooms, presentation equipment etc. A variety of training approaches will be

implemented during the course of the qualification. The Imperial College of Australia’s trainers represent

the role of a real client and portray the workplace demands while working on projects. This includes roleplay of difficult & diverse type customers.

Students prepare time lines, schedule milestones, communicate, prepare documentation, and conduct

training in accordance with the client (trainer) demands. Students will also be expected to work as a team

(group work/assignments), fulfilling responsibilities and expectations of the job and workplace.

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If role plays are required, the assessor Will ensure all ‘actors’ or ‘participants’ perform in a professional

manner – reflecting an actual workplace. Participants will be informed of their expected involvement.

a. If a simulated workplace is used, it must allow for distractions such as background noises,

ringing telephones, interruptions – etc.

b. Each student must dress appropriately and professionally in line with workplace standards.

Relating their project to their current or preferred vocational direction

In the event that the assessment is activities will impact on the safety of a student or bystander, the

assessment must be stopped immediately.

Retention of your submitted work

ASQA the national regulator of Vocational Education and Training requires that The Imperial College of

Australia keeps all the original assessment works for a period of six months or until the end of student’s

course whichever is the longer. Students must keep all copies of their submitted assessments. You may

require them to resubmit their assessment(s) where original submissions are damaged or corrupted. No

original work can be returned to students until after the period prescribed by ASQA.

Re-Assessment

Students who are dissatisfied with their assessment outcome may apply for reassessment by contacting

their trainer or assessor.

Reassessment policy and instructions –

As per our current ‘Student agreement and offer acceptance form’, If a student attended the class,

submitted his/her assignment on time, attempted the theory and/or practical assessment and receives NYC

in Class activity /Assignment /Theory & Practical Assessment, Imperial will provide the student with a free

second chance of re-assessment without any charges. A re-assessment fee of $50/unit of competency will

be charged, if the student fails the unit on second attempt.

The total number of attempts to pass any unit of competency is limited to three including the first

assessment with regular class. The students have to re-enrol in the unit if he/she is unsuccessful after

three attempts. Students have an option of making a request to change his/her assessor for second and

third attempt.

Absent during Assessment without a valid reason – As per our current ‘Student agreement and offer

acceptance form’, if you are absent from class without a valid reason (for example, a medical certificate is

not provided) and miss part of or an entire assessment, Student will need to repeat the unit as a catch up

in consultation with the student welfare officer.

Reasonable adjustment

A legislative and regulatory framework underpins and supports the delivery of vocational education and

training across Australia. Under this framework, providers of vocational education and training must take

steps to ensure that learners with recognized disabilities can access and participate in education and

training on the same basis as learners without disabilities. Sometimes reasonable adjustments are made to

the learning environment, training delivery, learning resources and/or assessment tasks to accommodate

the particular needs of a learner with a disability. An adjustment is reasonable if it can accommodate the

learner’s particular needs, while also taking into account factors such as: the views of the learner; the

potential effect of the adjustment on the learner and others; the costs and benefits of making the

adjustment.

Adjustments must:

Be discussed and agreed to by the learner with a disability

Benefit the learner with a disability

Maintain the competency standards

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Be reasonable to expect in a workplace.

Adjustments are not required if they could:

Cause the RTO unjustifiable hardship

Harm other learners.

Making reasonable adjustments requires the RTO to balance the need for change with the expense or

effort involved in making this change. If an adjustment requires a disproportionately high expenditure or

disruption it is not likely to be reasonable.1

Some examples of reasonable adjustments that could be made for the assessments include:

verbal responses to written activities (such as questions and answers tasks and case studies)

conducting assessor workplace observations via Skype or other video format (for example, in cases of

students in remote areas)

rescheduling assessor observations in the event that conditions may not be suitable (for example,

safety concerns, required resources not being available, lack of appropriate clients on the day, and so

on)

Record any reasonable adjustments made in the space provided in the re task’s checklist in the

Assessment Record Tool.

Resources:

Recommended Books

Numerical Analysis and Optimization : An Introduction to Mathematical Modelling and

Numerical Simulation, Grégoire Allaire and Alan Craig 2007. New York: Oxford University

Press

Web Resources

Assessment Context and Conditions

Assessment

Summary of

Description

Assessment Task About this task Location

Assessment Task 1:

Written Questions

You must correctly answer all questions to

show that you understand the knowledge

required of this unit.

The Imperial College of

Australia (classroom)

Assessment Task 2:

Written Questions

You must correctly answer all questions to

show that you understand the knowledge

required of this unit.

The Imperial College of

Australia (classroom)

Assessment Task 3:

Written Questions

You must correctly answer all questions to

show that you understand the knowledge

required of this unit.

The Imperial College of

Australia (classroom,)

Assessment Task 4: You are required to demonstrate your ability The Imperial College of

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Project to communicate and promote workplace

sustainability and review workplace

sustainability policy implementation.

Australia (classroom, lab)

Assessment

Timeframe

The report of Assessment 1, 2, 3 and 4 will be due on the end date of the unit.

Performance

Evidence

Evidence of the ability to:

solve a range of complex mathematical functions related to telecommunications

engineering

use software systems to produce simulations of mathematical solutions

analyze results of software simulations

design telecommunications systems using software simulations

document and present software solutions for engineering problems.

Note: If a specific volume or frequency is not stated, then evidence must be provided at least once.

Assessment must ensure Location

Gather evidence to demonstrate consistent performance in conditions that

are safe and replicate the workplace. Noise levels, production flow,

interruptions and time variances should be typical of those experienced in the

telecommunications networks engineering field of work and include access

to:

networked computers

simulation software

relevant documentation

a range of industry scenarios or workplace examples.

The Assessor’s office at The

Imperial College of Australia

campus (simulated

workplace)

Assessment agreement

Make sure you read through the assessments in this booklet before you fill out and sign the agreement below.

If there is anything that you are unsure of, consult your assessor prior to signing this agreement.

Have you read the assessment requirements for this unit? Yes No

Do you understand the requirements of the assessments for this unit? Yes No

Do you agree to the way in which you are being assessed? Yes No

Do you understand your rights to re-assessment? Yes No

Do you understand your right to appeal the decisions made in an assessment? Yes No

If you have any specific needs that should be considered, please provide details

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Student name

Student signature Date :

Assessor name

Assessor signature Date :

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ASSESSMENT 1 (WRITTEN QUESTIONS)

Instructions to Student

This is an open book assessment to be conducted in the classroom.

You have 2 hours to complete the Written Test

You are to provide answers to each of the questions in a separate document using MS Word or

similar word processing tools. Your document should be professionally formatted, with questions

retyped and numbered.

You must answer all questions satisfactorily to achieve competency in the assessment activity.

Your answers should be in your own words, not copied or plagiarised from any person or source

except where appropriate such as a definition, in which cases you should reference the source.

Ask your assessor if you do not understand a question. Whist your assessor cannot tell you the

answer, he/she may be able to re-word the question for you.

Re-assessment: If you do not achieve the required standard, you will be given the opportunity to

be re-assessed by our Assessor. Arrangements will be made on an individual basis. If you are

deemed to be NS (Not Satisfactory), your assessor will either ask specific questions orally and

record them with you or you will be asked to resubmit your responses.

Feedback: Your assessor will provide feedback to students after the completion of the

assessment. The assessor will explain the appeals process when required.

You required to answer all the following

Q1

Q2.

Prove that 1 + tan 2q tan q = sec 2q.

Q3

Prove that 1 + cot 2q cot q = cosec 2q cot q.

Q4. Prove that

cos 4A cos A – sin 4A sin A = cos 3A cos 2A – sin 3A sin 2A.

Q5

Q6

Q7

Q8

Find tanA when cos 2A = 0.96.

Q9

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Q10

END OF WRITTEN ASSESSMENT

Before you hand in your written assessment, make sure that you:

1. Re-check your answers and make sure you are happy with your responses

2. Have written your Name, Student ID Number, and Date on the first page

Student Signature:

Assessor’s Comment:

Assessor’s Signature:

Date:

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ASSESSMENT 2 (WRITTEN QUESTIONS)

Instructions to Student

This is an open book assessment to be conducted in the classroom.

You have 2 hours to complete the task

You are to provide answers to each of the questions in a separate document using MS Word or

similar word processing tools. Your document should be professionally formatted, with questions

retyped and numbered.

You must answer all questions satisfactorily to achieve competency in the assessment activity.

Your answers should be in your own words, not copied or plagiarised from any person or source

except where appropriate such as a definition, in which cases you should reference the source.

Ask your assessor if you do not understand a question. Whist your assessor cannot tell you the

answer, he/she may be able to re-word the question for you.

Re-assessment: If you do not achieve the required standard, you will be given the opportunity to

be re-assessed by our Assessor. Arrangements will be made on an individual basis. If you are

deemed to be NS (Not Satisfactory), your assessor will either ask specific questions orally and

record them with you or you will be asked to resubmit your responses.

Feedback: Your assessor will provide feedback to students after the completion of the

assessment. The assessor will explain the appeals process when required.

Part 1

Q1If functions f and g are such that

f(x) = g(x) + k

where k is a constant, then

(A) f ‘(x) = g ‘(x) + k

(B) f ‘(x) = g ‘(x)

(C) None of the above

Q2. If f(x) = g(u) and u = u(x) then

(A) f ‘(x) = g ‘(u)

(B) f ‘(x) = g ‘(u) . u ‘(x)

(C) f ‘(x) = u ‘(x)

(D) None of the above

Q3 lim [e x

-1] / x as x approaches 0

is equal to

(A) 1

(B) 0

(C) is of the form 0 / 0 and cannot be calculated.

Q4. The derivative of [g(x)] 2

is equal to [g ‘(x)] 2

.

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True

False

Q5 The derivative of f(x) .g(x) is equal to f ‘(x) g(x) + f(x).g ‘(x).

True

False

Q6If f(x) is a differentiable function such that f ‘(0) = 2, f ‘(2) = -3 and f ‘(5) = 7 then the limit

lim [f(x) – f(4)] / (x – 4) as x approaches 4.

is equal to

(A) 2

(B) -3

(C) 7

(D) None of the above

Q7

If f(x) and g(x) are differentiable functions such that

f ‘(x) = 3 x and g ‘(x) = 2 x 2

then the limit

lim [(f(x) + g(x)) – (f(1) + g(1))] / (x – 1) as x approaches 1.

is equal to

(A) 5

(B) 0

(C) 20

(D) None of the above

Q8 Below is the graph of function f. This graph has a maximum point at B.

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If xA, xB and xC are the x coordinates of points A, B and C respectively and f ‘ is the first derivative of f,

then

(A) f ‘(xA) > 0 , f ‘(xB) > 0 and f ‘(xC) > 0

(B) f ‘(xA) > 0 , f ‘(xB) = 0 and f ‘(xC) > 0

(C) f ‘(xA) > 0 , f ‘(xB) = 0 and f ‘(xC) < 0

(D) f ‘(xA) < 0 , f ‘(xB) = 0 and f ‘(xC) > 0

Q9The two functions f and g defined by

f(x) = 3x + 3 for x real and g(t) = 3t + 3 for t real and positive

are equal?

True

False

Q10 If functions f and g have domains Df and Dg respectively, then the domain of f / g is given by

(A) the union of Df and Dg

(B) the intersection of Df and Dg

(C) the intersection of Df and Dg without the zeros of function g

(D) None of the above

Q11 The graph of f(x) and that of f(x + 2) are the same

True

False

Q12 Let the closed interval [a , b] be the domain of function f. The domain of f(x – 3) is given by

(A) the open interval (a , b)

(B) the closed interval [a , b]

(C) the closed interval [a – 3 , b – 3]

(D) the closed interval [a + 3 , b + 3]

Q13 Let the interval (a , +infinity) be the range of function f. The range of f(x) – 4 is given by

(A) the interval (a – 4 , +infinity)

(B) the interval (a + 4, +infinity)

(C) the interval (a, +infinity)

(C) None of the above

Q14 The equation y = | x | , with y >= 0, represents y as a function of x.

True

False

Q15 The equation x = | y | , with x >= 0, represents y as a function of x.

True

False

Q16 If F(x) is an antiderivative of f(x) and c is any constant, then F(x) + c is also an antiderivative of

f(x).

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True

False

Q17 If F(x) is an antiderivative of f(x), then

(1/a) F(ax) is an antiderivative of f(ax).

True

False

Q18 Anantiderivative of function f plus an antiderivative of function g is an antiderivative of function f +

g.

True

False

Q19 Anantiderivative of function f divided by an antiderivative of function g is an antiderivative of

function f / g.

True

False

Q20 If f(x) = x 3

-3x 2

+ x and g is the inverse of f, then g ‘(3) is equal to

(A) 10

(B) 1 / 10

(C) 1

(D) None of the above

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ASSESSMENT 3 (WRITTEN QUESTIONS)

Instructions to Student

This is an open book assessment to be conducted in the classroom.

You have 2 hours to complete the task

You are to provide answers to each of the questions in a separate document using MS Word or

similar word processing tools. Your document should be professionally formatted, with questions

retyped and numbered.

You must answer all questions satisfactorily to achieve competency in the assessment activity.

Your answers should be in your own words, not copied or plagiarised from any person or source

except where appropriate such as a definition, in which cases you should reference the source.

Ask your assessor if you do not understand a question. Whist your assessor cannot tell you the

answer, he/she may be able to re-word the question for you.

Re-assessment: If you do not achieve the required standard, you will be given the opportunity to

be re-assessed by our Assessor. Arrangements will be made on an individual basis. If you are

deemed to be NS (Not Satisfactory), your assessor will either ask specific questions orally and

record them with you or you will be asked to resubmit your responses.

Feedback: Your assessor will provide feedback to students after the completion of the

assessment. The assessor will explain the appeals process when required.

You required to answer all the following

Q1Solve (2 + 2i)(5 + 3i)

Q2. Solve

(3 + 7i)(4 + 3i)

Q3 The greatest and the least values of |z1 + z2| if z1 = 12+9i and |z2| = 7 are respectively?

Q4. Calculate the conjugate complex number of z =

a + bi 2 a – bi 2

(——–) + (——–)

a – bi a + bi

.

Q5 Solve :

ix2

+(1-5i)x -1+8i=0