Assignments should be printed or written out neatly on standard sized paper
(8.5 x 11 inch or A4). Each page should be numbered, and you should show all
your work. Please do not write in red ink.
Homework may not be submitted electronically.
|1||April 10||4||May 1||7||May 22||10||June 8|
|2||April 17||5||May 8||8||May 29|
|3||April 24||6||May 15||9||June 5|
There will be four quizzes, one midterm examination, and one final examination. The quizzes will be given on April 24, May 1, May 29, and June 5 in Ryerson 276 at 5:30 pm. The midterm examination is Wednesday, May 8, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm in Ryerson 276. The final examination is Wednesday, June 12, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm in Ryerson 276. The midterm and final examinations and all quizzes are closed book and closed note. There will be no make-up quizzes or examinations.
The course grade will be determined using the following weights:
Read the University policy on Academic Honesty and Plagiarism. This policy prohibits academic misconduct. You should understand that representing someone else's ideas as your own is academic misconduct. Copying and submitting another student's solution or a solution from any other source is academic misconduct. Cases of academic misconduct will be referred to the CSPP Director for disciplinary action.
Homework collaboration policy. In this course, you are allowed and encouraged to discuss course material and homework assignments with each other, but you must work out and write up the solutions to the homework assignments on your own. Exchanging or sharing solutions to homework problems is strictly prohibited. Solutions to homework problems must reflect your understanding of the ideas and must be your own work. DO NOT COPY or rephrase a solution from a written source, from the internet, or from another person. If you find a solution in a written source or on the internet, DO NOT COPY IT. Understand it and reconstruct it on your own, and explicitly reference the source. Copied solutions obtained from a written source or from the internet will receive zero credit. Submitting homework written or composed by a person other than yourself (e.g., friend, colleague, tutor) constitutes cheating. Students found to be cheating will be referred to the CSPP Director for disciplinary action.