Homework Problems
The numbering scheme

Problems "C1.2" refer to a custom homework problem (click the link to get to it).
 Problems like "1.16" refers to a textbook exercise number 16 in Chapter 1 of the book.
 All textbook exercises are in a subsection entitled "Exercises" or "Supplementary Exercises".
 The question mark (?) at the end of the problem signals that the problem is suggested, but not graded.
 Problem "7.1(a,b)" that only parts (a) and (b) of the problem are assigned/suggested.

Problems starting with "Applet Exercise" suggest the use of software. Unfortunately, the Applets (i.e. Java Applets)
no longer exist. You are expected to use R to solve them. Instructions will be provided by the instructor, as necessary,
to reinterpret the problem as an R problem. There is a collection of resources with similar functionality here:
The Textbook Visual and Computational Aids
To help identify graded problems, this color scheme is adapted in the table below:
 Color of required (graded) problems.
 Color of suggested (ungraded) problems.
An Important Note
The problems below are not assigned unless they appear in a Gradescope template.
They are listed here because they may inspire some Gradescope problems.
Week 
Due Date 
Problems 
Count 
1 
08/29 (Tue) 
7.1, C7.1, 7.2(a,b)?

3 
2 
09/05 (Tue) 

1 
3 
09/12 (Tue) 

1 
4 
09/19 (Tue) 

1 
5 
09/26 (Tue) 

1 
6 
10/03 (Tue) 

1 
7 
10/10 (Tue) 

1 
8 
10/17 (Tue) 

1 
9 
10/24 (Tue) 

1 
10 
10/31 (Tue) 

1 
11 
11/07 (Tue) 

1 
12 
11/14 (Tue) 

1 
13 
11/21 (Tue) 

1 
14 
11/28 (Tue) 

1 
TOTAL 
16 