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Unformatted text preview: UNIFIED ENGINEERING Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics Fall 2003 16.01-16.04 UNIFIED ENGINEERING I-IV Fall 2003-Spring 2004 SAMPLE PROBLEM AND GENERAL ADVICE FOR HOMEWORK The purpose of this handout is to give you a sample problem and some advice for writing problem sets in Unified Engineering. The attached solution shows you one way that the homework can be written. This does not mean that your homework has to look identical this sample is merely a guide. However, keep in mind that you can receive full credit only when you show clearly what you did. In engineering you must get the right answer and present it clearly. If a problem on the homework is not written up properly, you may lose up to 10% of the possible points. If it is illegible or otherwise unacceptable, it will be returned without any credit. Some Advice for Unified Problem Sets 1. If a problem looks totally confusing, the material for that problem may not have been covered 1....
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