For many of the problems in this course, and their applications in real life, useful solutions are much more than a number. The process and/or proof developed to solve the problem are often more valuable, and should be fully explained in a way that is both understandable to others and suitably rigorous.
The following guidelines are designed to help you develop quality submissions in this course. It is expected that they will be followed on homework assignments and take-home portions of exams. Since time may be more restricted for in-class exams and quizzes, it is understood that those answer may not be as polished, but should still follow the general guidelines.
Adapted from the guidelines provided by Dr. Anthony in Fall 2015. May be modified as appropriate throughout the semester.