19 Feedback on Problem Sets

19 Feedback on - Handout#19 CS103 Robert Plummer We will try to give you some feedback on common mistakes on the problem sets In this first edition

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Handout #19 CS103 April 19, 2010 Robert Plummer Feedback on Problem Sets We will try to give you some feedback on common mistakes on the problem sets. In this first edition, we'll cover some overall issues, then mention a few things about PS1. General Comments 1. Write your FULL name on the homework. 2. Write the problem numbers as stated in the homework (1, 2, 3. ..) as well as the ones stated in the book. 3. It helps the TA's if you leave some space between problems. 4. Do not give more than one answer to a problem. This will also be important on exams. When we see more than one answer, we just arbitrarily pick one to grade. 5. Please find time to staple your work. Writing logic formulas 1. Use the proper logic symbols. Don’t use a tilde (~) for a not sign, or a forwards 'E' or a 'V' as quantifiers. (We *do* use those for email, but you should use the proper symbols on problem sets.) 2. You should also draw the symbols properly. For example, the existential quantifier does not look like a '3'. 3.
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19 Feedback on - Handout#19 CS103 Robert Plummer We will try to give you some feedback on common mistakes on the problem sets In this first edition

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