Assignments must be handed in on time. They can be handed in via email or deposited into the instructors mailbox. They should be typed or or legibly handwritten.
Most important hint for solving problems successfully:
Make sure you fully understand the scope of the problem and the conditions imposed. Explore if approximations are reasonable or even required by the wording of the problem.
|Assignment 1||31-Jan||Assignment 1|
|Assignment 2||7-Feb||Assignment 2|
|Assignment 3||14-Feb||Assignment 3|
|Assignment 4||21-Feb||Assignment 4|
|Assignment 5||28-Feb||Assignment 5|
|Assignment 6||7-Mar||Assignment 6|
|Assignment 7||21-Mar||Assignment 7|
|Assignment 8||28-Mar||Assignment 8|
|Assignment 9||4-Apr||Assignment 9|
|Assignment 10||11-Apr||Assignment 10|
|Assignment 11||18-Apr||Assignment 11|
|Assignment 12||25-Apr||Assignment 12|
The solution to each problem should addresses the following points:
|Concepts, principles, relations that apply to the problem:|
|Why do they apply?|
|How do they apply?|
|Details of the calculation:|
The homework assignments determine 50% of your grade for this class. Please work them carefully and do not hesitate to ask questions if you get stuck. You are encouraged to discuss the problem with other students, but then you have to produce your own solution to the problem. Copied solutions will not receive credit.