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May 14, 2008 07:47AM
Is it possible for me to scan my assignments and submit then on MyUnisa?
And can anybody help me with the unique number for this assignment?Thanks.
Re: Assignment2
May 14, 2008 10:57PM
Hi there,

What i like to do is type out the assignments (You even get the maths symbols in word), then print them to pdf. After which, you can send through myUnisa without hassle.

I use BullZip (www.bullzip.com) to print to pdf, all ya do is File->Print, then select it from the dropdown. Also, it's free.


Re: Assignment2
May 15, 2008 12:28PM
Use LaTeX! As a free bonus, you get to learn an ascii mathematical notation. (See my other thread for instructions.)
Re: Assignment2
May 16, 2008 03:23PM
Hi there,

I was just wondering if, take question 1 of assignment 2, we must just do th contrapositive, converse and inverse of the proposition as is...

or if we should simplify it aswell?
Re: Assignment2
May 19, 2008 09:44AM

They said "show one step", so I assumed no simplification was required.
Re: Assignment2
May 19, 2008 06:46PM
Well, that's what i thought...
But, I'll rather make sure about something, then submitting something I'm not sure about.
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Re: Assignment2
May 20, 2008 10:36AM
I kept thinking: "This is too easy. What's the catch?", but after doing the whole assignment, I didn't find any other trick questions or hidden twists. So my conclusion is that it really is as simple as it seems.
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