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MAT 265 – Calculus for Engineers-I Student Name : Instructor : Instructor Student ID : Exam # 2 (Form A) Class Time : Honor Statement By signing below I confirm that I have neither given nor received any unauthorized assistance on this exam. This includes any use of a graphing calculator beyond those uses specifically authorized by the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences and my instructor. Furthermore, I agree not to discuss this exam with anyone until the exam testing period is over. In addition, my calculator’s memory and menus may be checked at any time and cleared by any testing center proctor or School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences instructor. Signature Date Instructions: 1. The exam consists of two parts: multiple choice, worth 70%, and free response (show your work), worth 30%. Please read each problem carefully. 2. There are 14 multiple choice questions worth 5 points each. Please circle your answer choice on the exam AND fill in the answer grid on the last page. 3. Provide complete and well-organized answers in the free response section. 4. Answers in the free response section without supporting work will be given zero credit. Partial credit is granted only if work is shown. 5. No calculators with Qwerty keyboards or ones like the Casio FX-2, TI-89, TI-92, or TI- n spire that do symbolic algebra may be used.
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