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Math 1426
Fall 2007
Final Exam  Version 1
Print your name legibly
as it appears on the class rolls:
Last ____________________________ First _________________________
ID Number:
__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
Check the appropriate section:
___
018 – Mr. Smith, MWF 8am
___
021 – Dr. Shan
___
024 – Mr. Smith, MW 1pm
___
027 – Dr. Epperson
___
030 – Mr. Martines
___
032 – Dr. Krueger
**Write and bubble on your scantron**
Name:
last name (space) first name
⇐
NOTE THE ORDER !!
ID number:
begin in Column A and write all 10 digits
Test No.
write 1 in Column K
Section:
write your 3 digit section number in Columns LN
Turn cell phones off and put them out of sight.
Turn off all beepers and
alarms.
Do not write below this line
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( )
1
1
2
n
k
nn
k
=
+
=
( )( )
2
1
1 2
1
6
n
k
n n
n
k
=
++
=
()
2
2
3
1
1
4
n
k
k
=
+
=
Part A total
(48 points)
Your score
3
×
____ =_____
17
(10 points)
18
(11 points)
19
(10 points)
20
(10 points)
21
(11 points)
Part B total
(52 points)
Final Exam
Total (100 points)
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View Full DocumentMath 1426 Fall 2007 Final Exam Version 1
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The square brackets following an exam question number refer to a section/problem
number in the text. Problems numbers preceded by the symbol ~ are modeled on that
problem from the text, but not identical to it. Problems numbers without the symbol are
identical to or very close to the problem from the text.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART A:
Write your answers for these questions on the
scantron provided and mark only one answer per question.
Your grade will be
determined solely by what you mark on your scantron.
Each of the questions in this
part counts 3 points, for a total possible score of 48 points. You may use an approved
calculator. You may write on this exam or request scratch paper if needed.
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