Math136/Stat219 Fall 2008
Sample Final Examination
Write your name and sign the Honor code in the blue books provided.
You have 3 hours to solve all questions, each worth points as marked (maximum of 100).
Complete reasoning is required for full credit.
You may cite lecture notes and homework
sets, as needed, stating precisely the result you use, why and how it applies.
Important
note: If you wish to use a result that is contained in an Exercise in the course
notes that was not assigned for homework or proved in lecture, you must prove
the result yourself (i.e. you cannot just site the Exercise number.)
You may consult the following materials while taking the exam:
1. Stat219/Math136 Lecture notes, Fall 2008 version (the required text)
2. Kevin Ross’s Lecture slides posted in Coursework
3. Homework problems and solutions posted in Coursework
4. Your own graded homework papers
5. Your own notes taken during lecture
Use of any other material is prohibited and constitutes a violation of the Honor
Code.
This includes, but is not limited to: other texts (including optional and recommended
texts), photocopying of texts or notes, materials from previous sections of Stat219/Math136,
the internet, programming formulas or other results in a calculator or computer, consultation
with anyone during the exam (except for the Instructors or Teaching Assistants).
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