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### M152_Exam3B_S06

Course: MATH 152, Fall 2008
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152, MATH SPRING 2006 COMMON EXAM III - VERSION B LAST NAME, First Name (print): INSTRUCTOR: SECTION NUMBER: UIN: DIRECTIONS: 1. The use of a calculator, laptop or computer is prohibited. 2. In Part 1 (Problems 1-10), mark the correct choice on your ScanTron form No. 815-E using a No. 2 pencil. For your own records, also record your choices on your exam! ScanTrons will be collected from all examinees after 90...

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