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When a lab, assignment, paper, or project is handed out, it is usually accompanied by a marking sheet that is to be stapled to the submission. This marking sheet has slots at the top where all the team members should enter their name, student id, etc. The number of slots on the marking sheet indicates the maximum team size for that particular evaluation. On some projects, I also specify a minimum team size.

The following rules have evolved out of painful experience. No team can have more members than the maximum team size without suffering a penalty:


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Last modified Tuesday, 06-Jan-2004 18:55:09 EST