# Hmk5GradCrit - pts for 4 choose 2 6 15 points – 5 points...

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Spring 2008 COT 3100 Homework #5 Grading Criteria - 100 points 1) 15 points – 5 pts for stay, 10 pts for switch ( 3 pts for 4/5, 3 pts for multiply, 4 pts for 1/3) 2) 10 points – 4 points for numerator, 3 pts for second term in denominator, 1pt for adding the two terms in the denominator, 2 pts for dividing 3) 10 points – 2 pts per each term added 4) 10 points – 4 pts for the binomial coefficient, 3 pts for the .1 term, 3 pts for the .9 term. 5) 15 points – 5 pts for the denominator, 3 pts for 13, 2 pts for 4 chosoe 3, 3 pts for 12, 2
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Unformatted text preview: pts for 4 choose 2 6) 15 points – 5 points for using inclusion-exclusion, 5 points for coming up with 15 who use both, 5 points for dividing 15 by 21 (the computer users) for part b. 7) 15 points – 10 points for part a – 3 points for each term, 1 pt for adding them, 5 pts for part b – 2 pts for each the numerator and denominator, 1 pt for dividing them 8) 10 points – same criteria as problem #2. Programming Problem – 100 points Grade wholistically!...
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