Number | Assignment | Due |
---|---|---|

Assignment 1 | PDF, HTML, or TEX | Due Monday April 2 |

Assignment 2 | PDF, HTML, or TEX | Due Monday April 9 |

Assignment 3 | PDF, HTML, or TEX | Due Monday April 16 |

Assignment 4 | PDF, HTML, or TEX | Due Monday April 23 |

Assignment 5 | PDF, HTML, or TEX | Due Monday April 30 |

Assignment 6 | PDF, HTML, or TEX | Due Monday May 7 |

Assignment 7 | PDF, HTML, or TEX | Due Monday May 14 |

Assignment 8 | PDF, HTML, or TEX | Due Monday May 21 |

If you download the tex file, you'll also need macros.tex.

Homework accounts for 30% of your grade.

Homework will be assigned each **Wednesday** and is due at the
start of class on **Monday**. Absolutely no late homework will be
accepted. Ever. Period. However *your lowest two homework grades*
will be dropped.

On Monday, the homework assignments that were just turned in will
be randomly redistributed to everybody who turned in homework. You
will then have until Wednesday (two days later) to *grade* the
random homework assignment you received. On Wednesday, you will turn
in the graded version of the other homework assignment to the official
course grader, Dustin
Moody. If you lose the homework assignment that you were
assigned to grade, or fail to grade it, it you will receive a 0 on
that homework, and the person's whose homework you lost will receive
full credit. The official grade that Dustin gives you on any given
problem will be **at most** what the anonymously assigned student
gives you, so make sure your solutions are clear and comprehensible to
any random student in class.

Students will **not be graded on a curve** or relative to other student's performance.