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# 1300_SP11_Exam3 - Math 1300 Spring 2011 Exam 3 6:30-7:30pm...

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Math 1300 Spring 2011 Exam 3 April 20, 2011 6:30-7:30pm No Work = No Credit Name: SOLUTIONS Student Number: Signature: Instructor: Section: Instructions: Answer all questions and show all of your work. Answers which are not justified with appropriate work will receive 0 points. Calculators are permitted, but graphing calculators are not permitted. Students who cheat will receive zero points on the exam and will be subject to the university’s disciplinary procedure for academic dishonesty. Cheating includes, but is not limited to, looking at any other student’s exam, looking at any books or notes during the exam, or using any electronic device for any purpose other than doing arithmetic. For example, you may not use cell phones, calculators, or any other electronic device during this exam to graph equations or obtain mathematical formulas. Question(s) Possible Score MC 55 11 12 12 18 13 15 Total 100 Multiple choice questions are worth 5.5 points each. There is no partial credit on the multiple choice questions. The three short answer questions are worth a total of 45 points. Partial credit will be given on the short answer questions. Scantron Instructions: ...show all work...show all work...show all work...show all work...show all work...show all work...

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Math 1300 Spring 2011 Exam 3 No Work = No Credit Name: SOLUTIONS Student Number: 1. Nine engineers apply for positions offered by a certain company. The company is going to hire 3 engineers in the production department and 2 engineers in the quality management department. In how many ways can this be done? 1. 30,240 2. 1260 3. 3024 4. 126 2. Eighteen people meet at a party. If they are all introduced to one another and all shake hands, how many handshakes will occur?
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