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### MSU-MTH457-THexam-1

Course: MATH DEPAR 457, Spring 2012
School: Michigan State University
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1 EXAM INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS MTH 457-001 SPRING 2012 PROF. GABOR FRANCSICS D310 WELLS HALL, 353-7962, francsic@math.msu.edu DEADLINE: 12:30PM Wednesday, February 29, 2012 Name: Signature: There are eight problems. These problems are similar to homework problems, problems in the textbooks, and problems solved in lecture. Write down the details (all the details)! Use Excel or Mathematica for...

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