## Submitting Homework

By submitting homework, you certify that your solution represents your own work. Submitting others’ work constitutes cheating and will result in automatic failure of this class.

### Homework Submission Instructions

1. Each problem should be solved in a separate Jupyter notebook.
2. Submit both the Jupyter notebook (.ipynb) and a PDF copy of the notebook.
• Ensure that your notebook runs properly before submitting it. Do:
Kernel -> Restart & Run All
to ensure that there are no errors.
• To generate a PDF of your notebook:
File -> Print Preview followed by printing to a PDF from your browser.
or:
File -> Download as -> PDF via LaTeX.
3. If this doesn’t look correct, try first exporting as an HTML file and then converting that to PDF (load it in a web browser and print it to PDF).
6. Submit via gradescope. You should receive a confirmation email after submitting.

#### To receive credit for a homework assignment, ensure that you follow these rules:

• Homework solutions must be submitted electronically as a Jupyter notebook and as a PDF.
• No late homework submissions will be accepted unless arrangements are made prior to the due date with Prof. Sutherland.
• Unless stated otherwise in the homework problem, provide a separate report for each problem.
• Reports should contain a brief description of the problem, a description of how you solved it, and a discussion of the results.  Also include relevant figures, tables, etc.
• Be sure that you submit your own work. Do not copy others’ work – no matter the source. Submitting others’ work constitutes cheating and will result in failure of this class.

## Homework Resources

### Jupyter Notebooks

#### Local installations

• For a local installation, I strongly recommend using Anaconda, which will make using Jupyter seamless.  If you use a local installation, be sure to use Python 3.x (not 2.7).
• Be sure to install nbextensions, which provides LaTeX support like equation cross-referencing.
• If you use a local installation, I also suggest that you upload your notebook to ondemand.chpc.utah.edu (be sure that you configure it first) to verify that it works properly.

#### LaTeX information:

Here is a useful web page that provides the LaTeX command to generate numerous mathematical symbols.

## Homework Assignments

1. Homework 1 (5 pts) due Wednesday, January 20 by 6:00 PM
2. Homework 2 due Thursday, January 28 by 9:00 PM. Here is a template for problem 1 that might be useful.
3. Homework 3 due Thursday, February 3 at 6:00 AM. Here is a zip file with templates and images you may want to use. It also contains the data.csv file that you’ll need for problem 4.
4. Homework 4 due Thursday, February 11 at 11:59 PM.
5. Homework 5 due Thursday, February 18 at 9:00 PM. Here’s a quick screencast that gives some hints in formulating part of problem 2.
6. Homework 6 due Wednesday, February 24 at 11:59 PM.
7. Homework 7 due Monday, March 8 at 9:00 PM
8. Homework 8 due Monday, March 15 at 6:00 PM.
9. Homework 9 due Monday, March 22 at 8:30 AM. Here’s a blank ternary diagram that may be helpful and here’s a copy of a ternary diagram for problem 2.
10. Homework 10 due Wednesday, April 7 at 11:59 PM
11. Homework 11 due Wednesday, April 14 at 11:59 PM. You may need Txy.csv.
12. Homework 12 due Tuesday, April 27 at 11:59 PM. You will need Txy.csv and batch_constant_r.py