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EECS 314 Fall 2005 Exam 2 Alexander Ganago November 7, 2005 Thursday November 10, 2005, 1:30 – 3:00 PM Students will take the exam in the following rooms, according to the first letter of their last names: 220 Chrysler Auditorium (our lecture room) – A through N 1301 EECS O through S 1005 EECS – T through Z Students whose doctors recommend “1 ½ time” on the exam will take it in 4122 EECS. Instructor: Alexander Ganago [email protected] Exam rules Under the Honor Code, do NOT discuss this exam with anybody until 5 p.m. Friday November 11, 2005, or until the scores are posted 1. The exam costs 20% of the total course grade and includes 20 multiple-choice questions, each of which brings 1point if answered correctly thus 1 point = 1%. 2. You will be given 80 minutes to work on the exam (besides the time you need to fill in your name and UM ID number on the answer sheet). If you have a class right after the exam, plan to arrive early for an earlier start. 3. You must sign the attendance form before you take the exam. 4. The answers to the exam should be written on the standard sheet for multiple-choice questions provided by the University of Michigan. 5. Bring your calculators, good 2B pencils and erasers! 6. The exam will be graded automatically; the scanning machine will evaluate your answers based on the darkest spots on your answer sheet. If you believe your answer sheet gets so dirty that the machine might misread your answers please ask your instructor for a blank sheet. Note that the machine cannot accept “double answers” such as “A and E.” 7. This exam booklet lists all questions and provides workspace. You may keep it for reference. If you need more workspace, ask your instructor for extra pages. 8. Calculators are allowed. 9. PDA, cell phones, and laptop/notebook computers are not allowed on the exams.
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