Formatting your assignment, and emailing me with questions
- Your assignments will be submitted on D2L, so it must be electronic. If you write out your assignment, you will have to scan it.
- Make sure everything is clear, especially if you handwrite your assignment. Use the notations shown in the prof's examples.
- Do NOT send photos of your assignment.
- Make use of the equation editors. For MS Word and Google Docs, go to Insert > Equation
If you have a question, email me and describe the problem. Many people ask if we can meet, without describing their problem. It may take me a long time to understand your work and to prepare meaningful feedback, meaning you will be sitting in my office waiting for a long time. If you email me, I can take more time to give you a better and more detailed response. If we really can't solve the problem by email, then at least I know what to expect, and can be prepared when we do meet.
You have until next Monday (Feb 6) to work on the assignment. We will go over the assignment on Wednesday (Feb 1), so please start no later than that. For coding courses, I usually get 25-30 emails on the weekend before an assignment is due. It takes longer to give feedback on proofs compared to code, so I won't have time to answer every question on the weekend. Start early and ask early.