2018-1.pdf - MA 16500 EXAM 1 INSTRUCTIONS VERSION 01 Your name Student ID Your TA’s name Section and recitation time 1 You must use a#2 pencil on the

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MA 16500 EXAM 1 INSTRUCTIONS VERSION 01 September 17, 2018 Your name Your TA’s name Student ID # Section # and recitation time 1. You must use a #2 pencil on the scantron sheet (answer sheet). 2. Check that the cover of your exam booklet is GREEN and that it has VERSION 01 on the top. Write 01 in the TEST/QUIZ NUMBER boxes and blacken in the appropriate spaces below. 3. On the scantron sheet, fill in your TA’s name (NOT the lecturer’s name) and the course number . 4. Fill in your NAME and PURDUE ID NUMBER , and blacken in the appropriate spaces. 5. Fill in the four-digit SECTION NUMBER . 6. Sign the scantron sheet. 7. Blacken your choice of the correct answer in the space provided for each of the questions 1–12. While mark all your work on the scantron sheet, you should show your work on the exam booklet. Although no partial credit will be given, any disputes about the grade or grading will be settled by examining your written work on the exam booklet. 8. There are 12 questions, each worth 8 points. The maximum possible score is 8 × 12 + 4 (for taking the exam) = 100 points. 9. NO calculators, electronic device, books, or papers are allowed. Use the back of the test pages for scrap paper. 10. After you finish the exam, turn in BOTH the scantron sheet and the exam booklet . 11. If you finish the exam before 7:25, you may leave the room after turning in the scantron sheets and the exam booklets. If you don’t finish before 7:25, you should REMAIN SEATED until your TA comes and collects your scantron sheet and exam booklet.
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