Mr. Evans, I think we have a problem. I tried Googling some data on L-systems and one of the first things that showed up on the front page were comments from a previous Problem Set 3, I just thought I should put it out there. I don’t know from which year this is from or if it’s okay to use the information is contains.
Please read the course pledge (you should have already read and signed), as well as the collaboration policy at the beginning of PS3. It should be very clear from all of these, that it would both defeat the purpose of doing the problem set, and violate the honor policy for the class, to misuse these materials. I rely on students following the honor policy to make assignments worthwhile and fair, so I do not consider it a problem that it is easy for students who behave dishonorably to find solutions to past problem sets, which are often similar to the problem sets you are doing this year. This would only be a problem if there are students misusing these materials, which would be a violation of the honor policy, not to mention a waste of your time and mine, and unfair to your fellow classmates.
Mr Evans, do you have all of the answers to your computing book? I am going through ti right now and it seems that all the answers are not there. I started learning from you at Udacity, it would be great if I could obtain these to check my work, thank you!
Hi Jacob – there are answers to some (but not all) of the questions in the “Exercises and Solutions” documents for the early chapters here: http://www.computingbook.org/. Sorry I haven’t finished writing solutions for all the problems, but perhaps you can write some good solutions to contribute!
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