Stat_340_and_Stat_331_Project_A_and_B-1

Stat_340_and_Stat_331_Project_A_and_B-1 - Stat 340 and Stat...

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Title Page: A title page should give title, name and ID. In the case of Project A your group members should be given, sorted by last name as well as your group colour and number. Pre-amble: Project A is for all students, and can be (recommended) group work. Project A is a summary of the work you have done for the mini project. Project B is for those students who are eligible as defined by the outline. It is an individual project. You are not permitted to work with anyone on this project except the instructor and TAs. Any information gathered from course-external sources will need to be cited properly. Project B will be given out by the last week of class. It will be on a topic defined by the instructor. What this means?? No final exam. Due: Both project A and B are due at the same time: Aug. 6 th , 3pm, in MC6028 (Joan Hatton). Style: Written for the layman (i.e. describe in simple terms what it is you are doing). Length: 3 typed pages + title page + appendices. There is no limit to the length of the appendices. However, a long paper is not necessarily a good paper – penalties will apply for superfluous material. Grading: You will be graded on: 1. Difficulty of project – This is determined within the projects parameters. 2. Accuracy of the mathematics. 3. Completeness – ensuring that you give every detail for the math behind the work. Example: if you need to estimate parameters you need to show the formula’s you used as well as all
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