Offline Homework
Homework Option Two: Submitting handwritten assignments using Gradescope.
Homework assignments must be submitted to Gradescope as PDF files. You may either write your answers by hand and scan them, or you may type your solutions and save them as a PDF. The "offline homework" assignments will be taken from the book Notes on Diffy Qs: Differential Equations for Engineers by Jiri Lebl. This book is freely available on the Author's webpage. Physical copies can be obtained from the UCSD bookstore or from online sellers, such as Amazon.
Textbook: Notes on Diffy Qs: Differential Equations for Engineers (v. 5.1, March 21, 2017) by Jiri Lebl.
Gradescope Login: https://gradescope.com/
Using GradescopeWe will be using Gradescope for grading exams and MATLAB assignments. We will set up a separate Gradescope "Course" for our Math 20D homework called "Math 20D B00 Homework". You will be automatically enrolled in this Gradescope course at the end of Week 1. You will submit your homework assignments in this course. A video demonstrating the submission process can be found at the following link: https://gradescope.com/get_started#studentsubmission Guidelines for submission through Gradescope:

Late HomeworkHomework may not be submitted late. Homework due dates are chosen to help students keep to the pace of the course and stay current with the topics covered in the lectures. The "No late homework" policy is designed to encourage students to complete homework assignments on time and reward those who do. Please understand that individual exceptions cannot be made to the "No late homework" policy. If the system is down at the specified due date, we can postpone the due date for the entire class, but there are far too many students in this class to make individual accommodations. 