You are strongly encouraged not to rely on solutions that can be found on the web, at least until you have thoroughly exhausted your own efforts, and those of your colleagues. And then you must reformulate the solution in your own words and ideas.
Unlike ordinary homework, where although communication is encouraged, each individual is expected to work through all parts him/her-self, in a project it is acceptible for each member to have only read through and understood each part, without actually having worked through each part individually.
The project is to be written up consistently, coherently, and neatly, on a computer, preferably in TeX or LaTeX. Each member is responsible for proofreading before submission.
Homeworks will generally be due on Mondays at 4:00 PM, EST, in my mailbox,
or by email.
Note: I don't want my solutions to problems in other people's textbooks to be completely public, as that is unfair to them. So you will need to "log on" with username physics613 and a password I will email to you, to see solutions to problems from the text. Please do not make them openly available.
Homeworks will generally be due on Mondays at 4:00 PM, EST, in my mailbox, or by email.
|1||2/4 at noon||Homework 1 view or print||view - - -print|
|2||2/10||Homework 2 view or print||view - - -print|
|3||2/17||see Homework 3||view - - -print|
|4||2/24||see Homework 4||view - - -print|
|5||3/3||see Homework 5||view - - -print|
|6||3/10||Homework 6 view or print||view - - -print|
|7||3/31||Do problem 9.4 from Aitchison and Hey||view - - -print|
|8||4/7||see Homework 8||view - - -print|
|9||4/14||see Homework 9||view - - -print|
|10||4/21||Homework 10: view or print||view - - -print|