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### QBA II sample exam 1 with answers

Course: MANAGEMENT 222, Spring 2008
School: The University of Akron
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BUSINESS QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS II 6500:222 Sample exam 1 Professor Patankar Name:___________________________ Instructions: 1. Solve all problems 2. Show all work for full credit 3. 4. 5. Point allocation is indicated in the parentheses. Answers without supporting justification will not receive credit Calculators are permitted. 6. Return the exam and scantron to your instructor when you are finished and before...

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