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To satisfy the requirements, you only need to answer ANY 5 questions from the problem list and turn them in during tomorrow's lecture. HOWEVER, if you have the time and/or want extra practice, I would strongly suggest that you do more than the required 5 problems. Professor Lavelle states that he includes some homework questions on tests and the continued practice should be helpful in solidifying the concepts and problem solving strategies. Regardless, you should obviously strive to do different problems (like one from each section or so) to work on the different topics.
Johnathan Smith 1A wrote:Can someone clarify exactly what we are supposed to do for Homework? Are we doing five problems overall or five from each section?
For the homework, you only need to turn in five problems overall, the list of questions in the different sections is just the array of questions to choose from.
There are 5 homework problems due which you can attain from the course website. As for how they are going to be graded, I think it will be useful for the graders to understand the step by step process you went through for the answer. Also, if it helps, complete problems from most sections to better understand the fundamentals.
I think the homework was more straightforward this week than other weeks, but didn't Lavelle say that the homework is split up in topics? How would we know what problems to do for next week? On the syllabus it isn't split up by week so I am just a little confused...
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