Math 4B Midterm Exam - EXAM 1(VERSION 4 Math 4B May 1 2015...

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EXAM 1 (VERSION 4) Math 4B May 1, 2015 Name: By writing my to abide by the UCSB honor code. Indicate which section you attend: ( ) Thursday, 8-8:50, Eric Ling ( ) Thursday, 4-4:50, Eric Ling ( ) Thursday, 5-5:50, Eric Ling ( ) Thursday, 6-6:50, Eric Ling ( ) Thursday, 8-8:50, Lan Liu £*) Thursday, 5-5:50, Lan Liu ( ) Thursday, 6-6:50, Lan Liu ( ) Thursday, 7-7:50, Lan Liu Read all of the following information before starting the exam: You may use the back of the exam for scratch paper. No calculators, phones, notes, pagers, beepers, GPS devices, Siri’s, Wolfram Alpha’s, VHS players, Roombas, etc., are allowed during the exam. Show all work, clearly and in order, if you want to get full credit. I reserve the right to take off points if I cannot see how you arrived at your answer (even if your final answer is correct). Circle or otherwise indicate your final answers. This test has 6 problems for a total of 50 points. Good luck! 7 i H to r 7 6 lo
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