There will be 5 problems, each worth 5 points. The due date will be set for Friday, September 22, 2016 at 11 p.m. Do not leave it to the last minute to upload your solutions. Excuses along the lines of `my computer broke down', `we had a power outage' will (usually) not be accepted.
As you will see from the instructions given by crowdmark, you can hand-write the solutions (use a different page for each problem), and then scan them or take a picture to create a pdf or jpg file for uploading. (A separate set of pages for each problem.) Scanning is available for free at many UofT libraries. Also, I have learned that there are now apps for smartphones to scan documents, generating a pdf that's much better quality than a jpg picture. Make sure that whatever you upload is readable -- you can use the preview option on crowdmark for that. According to the crowdmark instructions, you can double-check and resubmit anytime before the due date.
Alternatively, you are very much encouraged to type the solutions using LaTeX . In case you're unfamiliar with LaTeX, here is a pdf document with some instructions, produced using LaTeX, and here is its source file . You can rightclick to downlad the source file, rename it (just make sure it ends on .tex), and modify it.