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443 Final Math Exam Information June, 2009 1 Final exam Thursday, June 11, 8:30-10:20 in SWS B012 (our usual classroom). Bring your own paper to write on. Usual rules for notes. No take-home problem required for the exam. Extra Credit take-home problem for the nal. (a) (Worth up to 12% of the total number of points on the nal.) Compute the curvature in cm2 of one of my crocheted models of the hyperbolic plane....

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