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Christopher Cashen

Guidelines for Written Assignments

Use white or yellow letter size paper. Multiple pages should be numbered and stapled or paper-clipped.

Put your name and the assignment number on the top of the first page.

Each problem should be numbered and you should write the statement of the problem before you begin your solution. Skip two lines or more between problems.

The homework that you submit should be your final draft, not your rough draft. You will probably need to write the assignment more than once to produce an acceptable copy. Your final draft should be neatly written, using proper grammar (both English and Mathematical). There should be no erasures or scribbles, and no rough-edged paper torn from a spiral notebook.

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