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Course: MATH 103, Spring 2007
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103 Exam Math #2-Solutions April 19, 2011 There are 11 problems and 2 extra credit problem. Good luck and have fun! Show me all youve learned ! 1. 10 points Alex, Judy, and Lois are dividing the 18 inch long sub which has a 12 inch vegetarian piece and a 6 inch meat piece. The sub is shown in the above picture. The three friends are dividing the sub using the lone-chooser method. Alex likes the vegetarian and...

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