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Unformatted text preview: 15-121 Introduction to Data Structures HOMEWORK 0
Print out this homework page, read the academic integrity policy carefully and then sign and fill in the required information. Hand this page in by the published due date. 15-121 ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY - FALL 2009 It is expected that you will complete each assignment on your own, and each answer you submit represents your own work and not someone else's work, in full or in part. In other words, do your own work. You can talk about the assignments with your peers or a CA in order to understand what a problem is asking, but when you develop your solution, it should be YOURS. If you are having trouble coming up with a correct answer, your own answer, even if it is incorrect, is much better than someone else's that you don't understand. In this way, we can identify areas where you are having trouble, and we can give you help to understand these harder concepts. If you are having trouble keeping up with the workload due to personal issues, your best action is to see your instructor rather than copy someone else's work. Your instructor can help you work toward a solution and will be very happy to assist. During exams, your work must be your own with no communication between you and others (except course staff) during the exams, and you may not use any unauthorized materials during the exam. Students who violate this policy will be charged with academic dishonesty that can result in failure in this course and possible expulsion from Carnegie Mellon University. Review the official University Code for more information. By signing below, I have read the statements above and have reviewed the University's policy for cheating and plagiarism, and I will abide by these policies in this course.
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2009 for the course CS 121 taught by Professor Reid-miller during the Spring '09 term at Carnegie Mellon.
- Spring '09
- Data Structures