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HomeworkThe objective of the Homework assignment is to provide an opportunity totechniques covered in the course and to provide an opportunity to articulatcourse. The homework is not a test. Any resource (eLecture, web-based, cSolutions Workbook) may be used to help answer the problems in each woThe Homework problems generally correspond to the types of problems yoAssignment, which will be made available at the beginning of Module 11. CHomework problems will be good practice for the Applications AssignmentThe worksheets in this workbook correspond to the Modules in the course.worksheets for a Module (Modules 04 & 10). Each worksheet contains seveLearning Objectives, the Module's eLecture, and the text content covered inWork through the problems for a Module. Generally, answers to the problecell. Typically, the target cells will be "boxed" or highlighted. See cells R3 &example. In some cases, graphs & charts for example, a boxed space is proIn most cases, directions for a problem are provided in a cell above problemwork through the worksheets, look for the red comment triangle in the uppcells that are highlighted in yellow. The comments will reveal specific instruproblems. See the red comment triangle in the upper right corner of this incursor above the cell having a comment, and the comment will be displayedfor a Module, submit the entire workbook to the Homework Submission Focredit for the Homework, it should be submitted before the close of the Moweek that the Module is open.Homework items are numbered and highlighted. Some of the problems areor far to the right of the worksheets. Be sure to scroll all the way down theproblems in each worksheet to scroll to the right to find any problems locatThere is a Homework Solutions workbook in the Homework Shared Documhomework against the Solutions worksheets, but you should not simply copthe calculations required in the problems will be invaluable practice for thewill receive in Module 11.
Homework Grading RubricHomework GradeHomework is 10% of the final course grade. There is a Homework assignmeHomework will be graded according to the rubric below, and the the Top 10to get the Homework contribution to the final grade.Homework is graded on a 0-1.0 scale. The numerical grade is calculated by dividing the number of answers given credit by the total number of items in the worksheet(s) for the module. Credit is given for correct answers and in some cases if an item is attempted, provided the attempt shows evidence that, although incorrect, the attempt was in the right direction. For example, if there are 15 items in a worksheet and credit is give for 13 of them, the grade would be calculated as .87 (13/15).
42xxxo apply or practice the tools and te key concepts addressed in the content, study partners, and the orksheet.