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COMP1805A (Fall 2016) "Discrete Structures I" Plagiarism Policy Everything you submit for marks in this course (including assignments, exercises, etc.) must be the result of your own work and it must have been developed specifically for this offering of this course . To clarify, this means that if you have taken this course before (in a previous semester), you may not submit any of the work you did for that previous offering, even if it is your own. Posting assignment solutions on discussion boards before the due date and time is strictly prohibited , and all assignment questions must be posted on the official cuLearn discussion board . Everything you submit for marks in this course must not reflect the efforts of anyone else unless you explicitly document the source . In practice this means that you must provide a citation for everything you use in the development of your assignments and exercises, including (but not limited to) materials from the course textbook, discussions with your classmates, teaching assistants or tutors, and anything you find online.
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