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Unformatted text preview: UCLA Math 33A Lee 2, \Winter 2008 Midterm 2 Feb 29, 2008 Last name: First and middies Names:
UCLA ID number: Section (circle one): 2A WONG, WANSHUN Tuesday
2B WONG, WANSHUN Thurséay
2C KWON, SOONSIK Tuesciay
2E) KWON, SGONSIK Thursday Instructions: 0 Fiﬁ in your name and eircie your section above.
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