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Unformatted text preview: 18.03 Problem Set 1 Spring 2009 Due in boxes at Room 2-106, 12:55 pm, Friday, Feb 6 Part A has problems from the textbook and Notes. Look at the solutions for a hint if you get stuck. The graders will check that the work looks reasonable and is not copied. Part B has more elaborate problems with solutions available after the problem set is due. These problems will be graded more carefully. Advice: Give your subconscious a chance to help: read the problems early and do them in installments. Make sure you understand what is being asked, and seek help if you dont. The first day you have the tools to do each problem is indicated next to the problem. Occasionally the tools you need will only be discussed in the days reading or the relevant recitation, rather than in lecture. Collaboration: Collaboration on homework is encouraged, but you should think through the problems yourself or else you will have trouble on the exams. You must write up your problem set in your own words. You may talk to people and use materials not explicitly recommended on our web site, but only with attribution. Failure to attribute your sources may constitute plagiarism. If you consulted only the lecturer, recitation leaders, tutorial room tutors, the textbook, and Notes, write No consultation on the first page of your homework paper. If you got help from fellow students or others,on the first page of your homework paper....
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2010 for the course 18 18.03 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '09 term at MIT.
- Spring '09