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Note that the site's current policy on homework questions is found at

http://meta.physics.stackexchange.com/questions/714/how-do-i-ask-homework-questions-on-physics-stack-exchangeHow do I ask homework questions on Physics Stack Exchange?

which will always have the current version of the policy.


Many communities must deal with this question sooner or later, might as well get the ball rolling.

  • How should we deal with homework questions?

I find that the Mathematics.StackExchange site is handling things well. Here are some links to their deliberations on these matters. As a frequent user of that site, I must say that we have been fairly successful of handling these questions well: both supportive, but not too helpful to be destructive to the questioner.

How to deal with HW questions.

More policy about HW questions.

How to not give complete solutions.

Homework tags.

Update July 2014:

Math.SE votes on homework tag.

Result of voting.

Note that the site's current policy on homework questions is found at

http://meta.physics.stackexchange.com/questions/714/how-do-i-ask-homework-questions-on-physics-stack-exchange

which will always have the current version of the policy.


Many communities must deal with this question sooner or later, might as well get the ball rolling.

  • How should we deal with homework questions?

I find that the Mathematics.StackExchange site is handling things well. Here are some links to their deliberations on these matters. As a frequent user of that site, I must say that we have been fairly successful of handling these questions well: both supportive, but not too helpful to be destructive to the questioner.

How to deal with HW questions.

More policy about HW questions.

How to not give complete solutions.

Homework tags.

Update July 2014:

Math.SE votes on homework tag.

Result of voting.

Note that the site's current policy on homework questions is found at

How do I ask homework questions on Physics Stack Exchange?

which will always have the current version of the policy.


Many communities must deal with this question sooner or later, might as well get the ball rolling.

  • How should we deal with homework questions?

I find that the Mathematics.StackExchange site is handling things well. Here are some links to their deliberations on these matters. As a frequent user of that site, I must say that we have been fairly successful of handling these questions well: both supportive, but not too helpful to be destructive to the questioner.

How to deal with HW questions.

More policy about HW questions.

How to not give complete solutions.

Homework tags.

Update July 2014:

Math.SE votes on homework tag.

Result of voting.

4 replaced http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/ with https://math.meta.stackexchange.com/
source | link

Note that the site's current policy on homework questions is found at

http://meta.physics.stackexchange.com/questions/714/how-do-i-ask-homework-questions-on-physics-stack-exchange

which will always have the current version of the policy.


Many communities must deal with this question sooner or later, might as well get the ball rolling.

  • How should we deal with homework questions?

I find that the Mathematics.StackExchange site is handling things well. Here are some links to their deliberations on these matters. As a frequent user of that site, I must say that we have been fairly successful of handling these questions well: both supportive, but not too helpful to be destructive to the questioner.

How to deal with HW questions.How to deal with HW questions.

More policy about HW questions.More policy about HW questions.

How to not give complete solutions.How to not give complete solutions.

Homework tags.Homework tags.

Update July 2014:

Math.SE votes on homework tag.Math.SE votes on homework tag.

Result of voting.Result of voting.

Note that the site's current policy on homework questions is found at

http://meta.physics.stackexchange.com/questions/714/how-do-i-ask-homework-questions-on-physics-stack-exchange

which will always have the current version of the policy.


Many communities must deal with this question sooner or later, might as well get the ball rolling.

  • How should we deal with homework questions?

I find that the Mathematics.StackExchange site is handling things well. Here are some links to their deliberations on these matters. As a frequent user of that site, I must say that we have been fairly successful of handling these questions well: both supportive, but not too helpful to be destructive to the questioner.

How to deal with HW questions.

More policy about HW questions.

How to not give complete solutions.

Homework tags.

Update July 2014:

Math.SE votes on homework tag.

Result of voting.

Note that the site's current policy on homework questions is found at

http://meta.physics.stackexchange.com/questions/714/how-do-i-ask-homework-questions-on-physics-stack-exchange

which will always have the current version of the policy.


Many communities must deal with this question sooner or later, might as well get the ball rolling.

  • How should we deal with homework questions?

I find that the Mathematics.StackExchange site is handling things well. Here are some links to their deliberations on these matters. As a frequent user of that site, I must say that we have been fairly successful of handling these questions well: both supportive, but not too helpful to be destructive to the questioner.

How to deal with HW questions.

More policy about HW questions.

How to not give complete solutions.

Homework tags.

Update July 2014:

Math.SE votes on homework tag.

Result of voting.

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