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Course: MATH 1ZZ5, Spring 2009
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1ZZ5 1st Math Sample Test #4 Name:___________________________________________ (Last Name) (First Name) Student Number:_____________________ Tutorial Number:____________________ This test consists of 20 multiple choice questions worth 1 mark each (no part marks), and 1 question worth 1 mark (no part marks) on proper computer card filling. All questions must be answered on the COMPUTER CARD with an HB PENCIL. Marks...

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