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Exam 1 Review What can I bring to the exam? You may have one 8 ½ by 11 sheet of paper with whatever handwritten notes you wish to put on it front and back. You may have “clean” scratch paper for doing computations. You may have a calculator. You may have a table of the normal distribution. Use blank spaces on the exam paper or scratch paper to do your computations. Your proctor will return the exam and any scratch paper you use to the Division of Continuing Education. How long do I have to take the exam? The exam is 50 minutes. Practice Exam Questions I ’ve provided a question or two with points that I would assign to them to indicate how I would test your understanding of the main ideas of each lesson. This is just a sample. Other types of problems may be on the exam. However, if you can work most of these problems without looking at the answers, then you should be ready to take the exam. If not, then do more review before attempting the exam. Lesson 01: Databases Lesson one talks about the structure of a spreadsheet database. What do the rows of the spreadsheet database represent? What do the columns of a spreadsheet data base represent? What are the types of variables that we can have in a database? What are the common ways to summarize information in a database?
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