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Your matlab code must run, produce and print final results, and must not print the results of intermediate irrelevant calculations.
If the submitted code is not runnable (e.g. because the project is not shared with the instructor and TA, or because not all needed files have been uploaded, or because the code has not been tested in the first place, or for any other reason under complete student's control, the homework will be returned without grading and will be subject to late submission rules.
You are welcome to discuss the homework's problems with others in order to better understand them but the work you turn in must be your own. In particular, you must run your own calculations (where applicable) and communicate and explain the results in your own words.
Members of collaborating groups must consistently list all collaborators names and submit assignments together.