PetroneA--Test 2

PetroneA--Test 2 - Math 52 DE Summer 2006 TEST 2 This is...

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Math 52 DE Summer 2006 T EST 2 This is Page 0. Instructions: (a) Getting the test : Save this test to your hard disk. Rename the file “name.doc” where “name” is your last name. Then log off the Internet and print a copy of the test. (b) Doing the test : Do all the problems in pencil or pen on the test paper--just like you would do in an ordinary class. There should be enough space after each problem to write your solution on the test paper. Plan to spend about 1 hour on the problems. Be sure to show all your work. The idea is to show enough work so that I can follow your train of thought. The more work you show the more partial credit you will get: no work = no credit . The prose text in your answers (when there is any) should be in correctly spelled and punctuated complete sentences. Please remember : Form counts for 10% of your grade. (c) Rules : The test is open book and calculators are allowed . However, you may not discuss the test questions with anyone (except the instructors). Please be sensitive to the special problems of distance learning. If there is any chance that someone else taking this class will use the same computer as you, you must remove your test file when you are finished. See the GWU Code of Academic Integrity : http://www.gwu.edu/~ntegrity/code.html (d) Preparing for submission : When you are done solving the test problems, you must then type your answers. The 5 hour time limit should leave you at least 4 hours for that purpose. Please type your paper in MS Word following the typing conventions discussed in Lecture 1. Do this by editing downloaded test document (you may want to make a back-up copy before you start). The idea is that
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