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written_work_style_guidelines - 7 Written Work Style The...

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Unformatted text preview: 7 Written Work Style The following guidelines are provided for those who wonder how to make their written work a pleasure to grade: • Submit the problems in order, labeling or restating them at the outset. (This will benefit you as you collect them for your own review.) If you don’t want to work them in order, no problem(!) — use separate sheets. Please number and initial each page in the compilation and fasten with a stapler. • Don’t crowd. Spread out your solution vertically and use only one side of a page. (For economy, submitting problems on the back-side of recycled printer waste is perfectly acceptable – we’ll supply any paper you can’t afford!) • To highlight final and major intermediate results, feel free to use boxes . • To refer back to intermediate results, feel free to introduce equation labels, e.g., “(*)” or “(14a)”. • Define any symbols you use to report the answer that are not part of the problem statement. (It is not necessary to define dummy variables, of course.) In more involvedstatement....
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course APMA 4301 taught by Professor Keyes during the Fall '08 term at Columbia.

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