# Team Homework

A How-To Guide
Writing Mathematics is a key part of the introductory precalculus and calculus courses at the University of Michigan (Math 105/115/116). The objective of this website is to prepare students to organize and present mathematics in the rigorous manner expected of them in these courses.

Conclusion is a buzz word often thrown around, so it is important you understand what this word means in the context of the introductory mathematics courses.

**Conclusions** are the results of your computations as well as *insightful* observations about these results.

Often this includes

- discussing the validity of your results
- interpreting these results in the context of the problem
- comparing your results with your intuition when faced with a real world problem

Additionally a conclusion communicates to the grader that you had understood the problem.

Below is a video tutorial discussing how to present your conclusions.