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Assignment 1_sol - FIN 3361 Introductory Business Finance...

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FIN 3361 – Introductory Business Finance DECLARATION COVER SHEET FOR ASSIGNMENTS NAME:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               STUDENT NUMBER:                                                                                                                                                                                                           SECTION:                                                                      PROFESSOR:                                                                                                                                  ASSIGNMENT NUMBER:     1 “It is the student’s responsibility to have a reasonable level of maturity and self-discipline.  …… There may be times where there may be pressure to  obtain high grades through dishonest means – cheating or plagiarism.  The integrity of the University and the degrees are compromised by such  activities and such acts are not tolerated under any circumstances.  The University will undertake appropriate disciplinary action.”  Saint Mary’s  University Calendar, Academic Regulation 19 – section a. “Plagiarism is the presentation of words, ideas or techniques of another as one’s own.  Reference to or appropriation of another’s work by direct  quotation or paraphrase must be acknowledged by proper citation. …. The above definition of plagiarism is not restricted to literary works and  applies to all forms of information or ideas that belong to another (e.g. computer programs, mathematical solutions, scientific experiments, graphical  images or data). Saint Mary’s University Calendar, Academic Regulation 19 – section b. “Cheating is the attempt to secure a grade by unethical means.  Knowingly assisting someone to cheat is itself cheating.  Cheating would include  such practices as: (i) arranging for someone to impersonate oneself at an examination or the impersonation of another at an examination; (ii) requesting, providing or accepting unauthorized assistance on a test; (iii) possession of unauthorized materials at a test;
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course FIN 3361 taught by Professor Mishra during the Spring '11 term at Dalhousie.

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Assignment 1_sol - FIN 3361 Introductory Business Finance...

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