**Homework**

Homework problems will be assigned bi-weekly and selected even numbered problems will be graded. Please only submit even numbered problems for grading

Late assignments are not accepted without an official excuse from the Dean of Students or other university official. However, you may drop your two lowest homework grades. Emailed homeworks will only be accepted with prior agreement of the Instructor.

In order to grade as many problems as possible, your submitted problem sets should be sequentially numbered, neatly printed on ruled paper, and stapled. Please do not cross out and leave obvious space between problems. Write on only one side of each page and do not use paper that has been torn out of spiral bound notebooks. Please print your name on the top of each page. You may typeset your solutions, but I do not consider this a good use of your time. Edit your solutions carefully. Please do not show arithmetic and most algebra calculations. Except for true-false questions, you must justify your solution to receive any credit for a problem. Please either print or submit a screen shot of your code and solution of computer problems. Finally, if a problem can be solved without the use of a computer, then no partial credit will be awarded for a computer solution unless it is specifically requested.

**.**Please hand the problems to me before the class begins. You may discuss these problems with other students, but you must independently write up and submit your own solutions. Copying any part of a solution from a book, solutions guide, or website is cheating! Students are expected to abide by the Georgia Tech Academic Honor Code.Late assignments are not accepted without an official excuse from the Dean of Students or other university official. However, you may drop your two lowest homework grades. Emailed homeworks will only be accepted with prior agreement of the Instructor.

In order to grade as many problems as possible, your submitted problem sets should be sequentially numbered, neatly printed on ruled paper, and stapled. Please do not cross out and leave obvious space between problems. Write on only one side of each page and do not use paper that has been torn out of spiral bound notebooks. Please print your name on the top of each page. You may typeset your solutions, but I do not consider this a good use of your time. Edit your solutions carefully. Please do not show arithmetic and most algebra calculations. Except for true-false questions, you must justify your solution to receive any credit for a problem. Please either print or submit a screen shot of your code and solution of computer problems. Finally, if a problem can be solved without the use of a computer, then no partial credit will be awarded for a computer solution unless it is specifically requested.

**Please read all the relevant sections on the textbook.****Problem sets**

Problem set #1 (due 8/31)

**FINAL**

Problem set #2 (due 9/14)

**FINAL**Basic Matlab 1

Problem set #3 (due 9/28)

**FINAL**

Problem set #4 (due 10/12)

**FINAL**Basic Matlab 2

Problem set #5 (due 10/26)

**FINAL**

Problem set #6 (due 11/09)

**FINAL**

Problem set #7

**(due 11/21)**

**FINAL**

Problem set #8 (due 12/05) Please do not submit