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Unformatted text preview: loop iteration, 3 pts for determining the sum 8) 5 pts 2 pts for recognizing the arithmetic series, 3 pts for summing and getting the answer 9) 7 pts 3 pts for determining how many times the inner loop runs for each outer loop iteration, 3 pts for simplifying the sum, 1 pt for the answer 10) (2 pts each) Give them 2 pts if their answer is correct, 1 pt if they have worked towards an answer but missed something, 0 pts if it's blank or there's no real work towards an answer 11) (6 pts each) 2 pts for working out two "iterations" of the formula, 2 pts for the guess for k iterations, 2 pts for plugging in the approriate k and getting a result....
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- Spring '08