January 18, 2017
Two marks for repeating what you were taught in class, two marks for making a good attempt at calculating the answer, one mark for getting the right answer. I used to insist that my students answered the question in the right way, for example: "Vo = (sign) (number) volts with respect to ground". If they copied each other I used to give full marks to the copy and none to the original. "Sorry, I already gave the marks for that answer to Mr Jones". Or Mr Smith if the copy came directly from his book. That soon sorted them out!
January 21, 2017
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