A. Linwood Holton
Assignment Submission Guide
Probability and Statistics I
ASSIGNMENTS SUBMITTED FOR GRADING MUST OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES
- Use standard white 8.5” x 11”
three ring binder notebook paper, either wide or narrow (college) ruled. (Only One Exception: Use of graph paper, where
appropriate, is permitted but not required unless otherwise explicitly specified.) Work submitted on any other type of paper, such as paper
removed from spiral bound notebooks or tablet paper, will not be accepted for grading.
(Click here for a picture of acceptable paper.)
Work “down the page.” For example, work “part b” of a problem below “part a” on your paper, not to the right. Work problem #2 below problem #1, not beside it, regardless of the space available
on your paper.
- Do not write anything (this includes problem numbers) in the left-hand paper margin.
- Submit all problems in
numerical order (e.g., page containing work for problems 9.12 and 9.15 is to be
placed before the page containing work for problems 9.20 and 9.21).
- Your work must be neat. Work not meeting this criterion will be
returned for resubmission with substantial penalty.
- Beginning on left-hand side
of the top line of the first page only of a homework assignment, explicitly
list the assignment. For example, write
Assignment #10: 6.4, 6.8, 6.23, 6.44, 6.51
6.8, 6.23, 6.44, 6.51
- DO NOT STAPLE your work. If you need to attach your work papers together,
please only use a paperclip. Also, clearly and legibly write your full name (first
and last legal name, not a nickname) on at least the first page of your