Physics 6351 Spring 2011
Please feel free to discuss problems with other members of the class
or me as you work on them, but write up the solutions in your own words.
I'll post suggestions for some problems occasionally under News. Please
don't refer to solutions for specific problems that
you find on the web. A large part of learning comes as you flail away
during the early stages of solving a problem, and I'd hate for you to
short-circuit that. If you do use other sources, such as math references,
to help solve problems, please footnote them in some way. Representing
someone else's work as your own is plagiarism, even in physics.
(It's not essential to reference our text or my lectures, since I
assume you're referring to these.)
I'll take late homework for the first week or so after it's due or
until I post solutions (whichever comes first), but
will knock off 10% per day. After that, you can hand in homework
any time during the semester for a 25% credit. At that point,
it won't be graded, and you're free to consult the solutions.
(As usual, I'll consider homework that shows up anytime on the
day it's due as on time.)
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