As you are aware, the support files that are available to you on the Maths Methods Wiki contain the worked solutions to the exercises in your text books. While you have purchased your own copy of the text (either Year 11 or Year 12), the material in the texts remains the property of the copyright holders. Copyright allows for the use of this material by teachers only if they and their students have purchased a copy of the text. While we all have purchased copies, copyright does not allow for this material to be freely distributed to anyone else. This is the reason that I have published the solutions (which obviously contain the questions from the text) on a Wiki that requires a login and password. This protects the copyright holders property and ensures that it can only be used by those who have properly purchases their product.
NOT respecting copyright is in fact illegal and carries the risk of legal prosecution. Please respect all copyrights and intellectual property. you would not like it if someone just used your work without acknowledging you or giving you appropriate compensation or at least seeking your permission.
On each of the Wiki files you will find the following important note. As I discussed with you in class, please respect this notice. Not doing so is effectively the same as stealing, and you wouldn’t do that!
Important Copyright Note: The material in this file is copyrighted. You are therefore prohibited from making unauthorised copies for use by persons not attending Kambrya College. Copyright only allows for this material to be distributed to persons who own a copy of appropriate text (listed below). All exercises and other material used in this help file is from your maths text book MathsWorld Mathematical Methods Units 1&2 by John Dowsey, Natalie Caruso, Peter Flynn, Philip Swedosh, David Tynan and Philip Wayth and/or MathsWorld Mathematical Methods Units 3&4 by John Dowsey, Natalie Caruso, Peter Flynn, Philip Swedosh, David Tynan and Philip Wayth.
Both texts are:
Copyright © Macmillan Education and John Dowsey, Natalie Caruso, Peter Flynn, Philip Swedosh, David Tynan and Philip Wayth 2006, published by Macmillan Education Australia