All assessment documents should be submitted via Blackboard. The link for submitting the assessment will be activated 2 weeks prior to the deadline.
You should upload a suitably formatted report in Adobe PDF format (preferred) or as a
Microsoft Word document (hard copies in the form of printed, handwritten or scanned
reports will not be accepted).
You need to show all steps / working used to determine the solution to the stated problems.
While you are encouraged to discuss this assessment with other students and with the
teaching staff to better understand the concepts, the assessment is to be submitted under
your name. It is assumed that you are certifying that the details are entirely your own work
and that you played at least a substantive role in the conception stage.
You should not use results from other students in preparing your solutions.
You should not take credit for computer code or graphics that were generated by other students.
You should also not directly share your solutions with other students. The teaching staff will check for similarities and you should be prepared to explain your answers and respond to other related questions that may be asked.
You should also not use any other resources (including textbooks and websites)
without explicitly acknowledging them and being able to explain their inclusion.
The use of materials drawn from other sources without appropriate acknowledgement is
plagiarism and consequences for such actions will apply. Refer to Academic Misconduct
section at the end of the assessment.