APSC 2008 midterm solution

APSC 2008 midterm solution - The University of British...

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UBC APSC 160 - Fall 2008 Midterm Examination Page 1 of 10 The University of British Columbia APSC 160: Introduction to Computation in Engineering Design Fall 2008. Midterm Examination. Friday, October 17 , 2008. th Examiner: Jeremy T. Hilliker Last Name: First Name: Student #: Signature: Lab Section: (give date/time if unknown) Q# Awarded Of Marker 1 12 2 25 3 18 4 14 5 14 6 6 7 10 Total 99 Duration: 60 minutes. Length: 10 pages (including cover page and reference page). Complete the above fields in ink (pen). NO AIDS! No papers, notes, books, texts, or any type of electronic equipment is allowed including cell phones, calculators, or sound/image players/transmitters/receivers (see rules #4a). No questions except for errors or ambiguities (see rules #2). Use the backs of facing or same page if you run out of space. Clearly indicate where the solution is if you use backs of pages. All questions are independent except where explicitly noted. Always use good programing practices to get full marks (you may omit comments). Rules governing formal examinations: 1. Each candidate must be prepared to produce, upon request, a UBCcard for identification. 2. Candidates are not permitted to ask questions of the invigilators, except in cases of supposed errors or ambiguities in examination questions. 3. No candidate shall be permitted to enter the examination room after the expiration of one-half hour from the scheduled starting time, or to leave during the first half hour of the examination. 4. Candidates suspected of any of the following, or similar, dishonest practices shall be immediately dismissed from the examination and shall be liable to disciplinary action: a. having at the place of writing any books, papers or memoranda, calculators, computers, sound or image players/recorders/transmitters (including telephones), or other memory aid devices, other than those authorized by the examiners; b. speaking or communicating with other candidates; and c. purposely exposing written papers to the view of other candidates or imaging devices. The plea of accident or forgetfulness shall not be received.
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