CHEN Homework Format Essentials

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1 Homework Format Essentials Department of Chemical Engineering Auburn University Prepared: 090209 In order to best achieve compliance with the “Required Homework Format,” the department as prepared this abstract of the most fundamental issues. Please refer to the document “Required Homework Format” for complete information as well as the attached Example. A homework problem or assignment that does not adhere to the required format will have points deducted from the problem’s or assignment’s point value. At the instructor’s discretion, the amount of the deduction may be from 20% to 100% of the value (regardless of the correctness of the work submitted) . Homework Format Essentials 1. Homework and handwriting must have a professional appearance . Your work must be legible and neat. Writing must be of sufficient darkness and size to be easily readable. Your work should clearly and concisely show your analysis, results, conclusions, and recommendations. 2. "Engineering paper" (National 42 182, 5 square or equivalent) is required unless the instructor has approved the use of “lined paper”. All paper must be of the same size, ruling and color. Assignments must be stapled if they consist of more than one page or secured with binder clips, etc. Papers should NOT be folded. 3. The following information appears on the first page ONLY ( see attached example ) : (1) name (First Last), (2) course and section, (3) assignment identification information (list either the specific problems or the assignment number), (4) date due. 4. On subsequent pages, place only the problem number (e.g., Felder 2 5), your initials, and pagination information. All sheets are consecutively numbered in the format: “2/6” (e.g., page 2 of 6 total pages). 5.
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course CHEM 4460 taught by Professor Eden during the Fall '11 term at Auburn University.

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