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### 21b Final Fall 2002

Course: MATH 21B, Fall 2002
School: Harvard
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__________________________________________ Name: Math 21b Final Exam Tuesday, January 14th, 2002 Please circle your section: Tom Judson Katherine Visnjic (CA) MWF 9-10 Andy Engelward Jakub Topp (CA) MWF 10-11 Andy Engelward Erin Aylward (CA) MWF 11-12 Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Total Points 20 10 6 10 12 12 6 8 10 6 100 Score You have three hours to take this final exam. Pace yourself by keeping track of...

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