# Extenuating CircumstancesWatch

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#1
I had excruciating pain in my back followed by a feverish condition. The pain affected my daily activities, as i could not get things done, i felt the pain with each movement. In light of the aforementioned extenuating circumstances i hope to be pardoned for late coursework submission

Do you think this is strong enough, as i dont really know how to go about this?
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3 years ago
#2
(Original post by sweetE)
I had excruciating pain in my back followed by a feverish condition. The pain affected my daily activities, as i could not get things done, i felt the pain with each movement. In light of the aforementioned extenuating circumstances i hope to be pardoned for late coursework submission

Do you think this is strong enough, as i dont really know how to go about this?
You need evidence and to notify your university as early as possible for extenuating circumstances/deadline extensions.

Do you have a doctors note and did you talk to your university about the problem when it occurred (remember if you were in work you'd have to phone in if you weren't going to get to work because of illness/pain - the same is true for university)
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#3
Yes, i do have a Doctor's sick note and i have also informed my department tutor concerning this. But i have to comment on the sick note myself which is why i asked if that is solid enough
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3 years ago
#4
(Original post by sweetE)
Yes, i do have a Doctor's sick note and i have also informed my department tutor concerning this. But i have to comment on the sick note myself which is why i asked if that is solid enough
hopefully you can write an essay and exaggerate a little bit.
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#5
Alright. Thanks alot
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#6
Need help with this pogram

function y = SVprice(Model,PutCall,param,T,K, S,r,q,x,w)
% Build the integrands for P1 and P2;
for k=1:length(x);
int1(k) = w(k) * SVintegrand(x(k),Model,param,S,K ,r,q,T,1);
int2(k) = w(k) * SVintegrand(x(k),Model,param,S,K ,r,q,T,2);
end
% The integrals
I1 = sum(int1);
I2 = sum(int2);
% The probabilities
P1 and P2P1 = 1/2 + 1/pi*I1;
P2 = 1/2 + 1/pi*I2;
% The call price
CallPrice = S*exp(-q*T)*P1 - K*exp(-r*T)*P2;
% The put price by put-call parity
PutPrice = CallPrice - S*exp(-q*T) + K*exp(-r*T);
% Output the option price
if strcmp(PutCall,'C')
y = CallPrice;
else
y = PutPrice;
end
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