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Introduction to Computers and Engineering Problem Solving 1.00 / 1.00 Fall 2005 Problem Set 0 Due: 12Noon, Monday September 12, 2005 All 1.00/1.001 students must complete Problem Set 0, which introduces 1.00/1.001 policies, software, and procedures. You must complete and submit all the problems by 12 noon on the due date. If you do not understand or cannot complete any part of the problem set, please speak to a 1.00/1.001 staff member as soon as possible. Instructors, TAs and their email addresses and phone numbers are in the printed materials handed out at the first class. 1.00/1.001 1/4 Fall 2005
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Problem 1: Read Initial Handouts You are required to read and sign the Guidelines on Academic Honesty. After reading it, you should understand that you can receive an F for your final grade in 1.00 by committing a single academic honesty violation. Problem 2 : Sign Up for Tutorial Section All the 1.00/1.001 students are required to sign up for a tutorial section. Section assignments are on a first come first served basis, so please sign up as soon as possible.
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