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Course: MGMT 306, Spring 2011
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SCIENCE MANAGEMENT (MGMT 306) Spring Review Problems for Exam 1 Reminders: - The exam is on February 14, Tuesday, 6:30 7:30 p.m. in EE129 or EE170. Room and seating assignments will be announced on Katalyst. - The exam will be closed book and notes. You may bring a single 8.5 x 11 sheet of crib notes written on both sides to use in the exam. - Students who are eligible for a make-up exam or need extra time must...

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