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Course: MATH 304, Fall 2008
School: Iowa State
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304 Final Math Exam Due 12/17/2003 This exam is due Wednesday, December 17, in my office, Carver 456, by 5pm. You may consult the texts for this course, the handouts, the homework solutions, your notes taken in lecture and your homework. Do not use any other books or papers or materials from a library or consult with any person other than myself. Please sign your name on your completed work and write, just...

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