March 03, 2006

Now Uncensored!

Follow-up to Afternoon in the Workroom from Ian Henderson's Warwick Blogs Adventure

Aha, now that our Linear Algebra assignment has been handed in, I can now safely uncensor the photo of my proof in the workroom.

And I do accept (if you can read it!) that it may not entirely be correct, but, well, meh…..

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  1. Mathew Mannion

    Technically, since people can hand it in late (with minor penalties if they, were, say, completely stuck before they saw your proof) people can still benefit from it, but I wouldn't be overly worried about it

    03 Mar 2006, 22:17

  2. John Saunders

    The proof was absolutely bloody spot-on, my dear. Very well done for getting the proof so quickly!

    You should run a service with your blog. If people donate enough to Henderson-Saunders MathCo. Ltd., you upload pictures of solutions to questions :-p

    03 Mar 2006, 23:50

  3. Although seeing as they give out the solutions to the previous sheet with the new assignment sheet, I don't think it will be much of a problem…

    05 Mar 2006, 00:24

  4. David Wood

    Actually, any work such as this handed in late is not marked for credit…. it's only more major pieces of assessed work that increasing penalties are applied.

    08 Mar 2006, 17:44

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