- Due dates for the projects are listed below. No late projects will be
accepted. If the following guidelines for the projects are not followed, they will not be accepted.
- Projects must be written on separate paper. Either lined paper or graph paper is acceptable.
- Your work must be neatly presented and readable.
- Problem solving should be done vertically, with each step a
logical progression of what came before. I do not insist on any
particular method, but I do insist on enough steps to communicate
what you have done.
- All explanations must be thorough (that is, do not assume I
know what you're talking about. Explain what you have done as if you
were explaining the problem to a fellow student). Explanations must be
in complete sentences.
- If a problem requires a graph as part of the
analysis/solution, the graph must be drawn on graph paper,
clearly labelled and include scales.
- You must staple all pages of your project. Bear in mind
that not stapling your projects could lead to
pages being lost. If this happens, you will not get credit for the lost
- Your project must have your name, followed by a statement
either declaring that you did all work yourself
or that you collaborated or sought help. If you sought help, you must
list your sources. The sources would include
fellow students, help in the math lab, books other than the course
text, webpages or an instructor other