CE 329 - Structural Analysis
The homework problems are probably the most important vehicle for learning the material presented in this course. I expect homework to be correct and carefully prepared. There are three goals in doing the homework problems: (a) to learn the concept or method used in solving the given problem, (b) to communicate your approach and results to someone else (the instructor or grader, in this case), and (c) to examine how the specific concept fits into the general context of engineering.
To encourage the achievement of these goals, I suggest that the problems be handed in according to the format shown in Fig. 1. The evaluation of each problem will depend on both presentation aesthetics and technical correctness. Work that is correct but sloppy or difficult to follow will NOT receive full credit.