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Stat 100A -Intro Probability Practice Midterm 1 J. Sanchez UCLA Department of Statistics MUST DO BEFORE STARTING EXAM UCLA ID ( ALL STUDENTS MUST SHOW UCLA ID. ONLY STUDENTS ENROLLED MAY TAKE THE EXAM): - - - - - - - - - LAST NAME (Please, PRINT): ------ (Put ID on your desk) FIRST NAME: - - - - - - - - -- FULL SIGNATURE (In English): - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (a) WRITE AND MARK YOUR NAME AND ID ON THE SCANTRON. Write on the top the color of your exam. (b) WRITE YOUR NAME ON BOTH SIDES OF THE CHEAT SHEET. (c) WRITE YOUR NAME, ID AND SIGNATURE ON THIS PAGE(ABOVE) (d) DO NOT DETACH ANY PAGES FROM THIS EXAM. EXAM MUST STAY STAPLED DURING THE WHOLE EXAM. (e) PUT ALL YOUR BELONGINGS INSIDE YOUR BACKPACK UNDER THE CHAIR. (f) ONLY ID, NUMBER 2 PENCIL AND PEN, ERASER, SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR, SCANTRON, EXAM AND CHEAT SHEET ALLOWED IN THE EXAM. (g) PUT DOWN THE TABLES ON YOUR RIGHT AND LEFT. ALL ITEMS MUST BE ON YOUR DESK. Other important Instructions–Read. Points lost for not following directions. Closed books, closed notes. Material covered is up to last day of lecture before the exam. Only scientific calculator allowed for computations. You may not use your phone or any other electronic device as calculator. Graphics calculators are not allowed. No exceptions. Phones and other electronic devices must be disconnected before you enter the classroom and not turn on again until you are out of the room. While in the classroom, they must be in your backpack and your backpack on the floor. Phones in pockets will lead to big loss of points in the exam. It is not worth the risk. October 10, 2016 1
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Stat 100A -Intro Probability Practice Midterm 1 J. Sanchez UCLA Department of Statistics Answer for multiple choice questions will be marked in scantron AND the exam. Work will not be read in multiple choice;Failure to mark your name, ID or some answers will result in point deduction from the exam grade. Left handed students must sit in a seat for left-handed students. The professor will tell students where to sit. Please, let the professor know that you are left handed once seated and she indicate where to move. ID must be ready to show BEFORE and at all times during the exam. NO ID, no exam. This midterm must show your individual work. Talking to others during the midterm, not adhering to the above, sharing information or breaking any other aspect of the student code of conduct at UCLA will not be tolerated and will be referred to the Dean of Students o ffi ce. You can not exchange papers or information. All your things must be on the floor. You may not use the empty seats next to you to put things. Put the tables down. Honor code applies. Cheat sheet can have only formulas and definitions, no solved problems, no examples of any kind, no proofs, no numerical examples, no intermediate steps and no drawings or graphs of any kind.YOUR NAME MUST BE ON CHEAT SHEET AT ALL TIMES. Be ready to show your cheat sheet when the instructor requests it. The cheat sheet must be written all in English. Cheat sheets that do not comply will result in lower grade in the exam. You may have two sides of an 11 by 8 sheet.
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