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M1426%20Spr08%20FXA - Math 1426 Final Exam Version A Spring...

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Math 1426 Final Exam – Version A Spring 2008 Print your name legibly as it appears on the class rolls: Last ______________________________ First _____________________________ ID Number: __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Check the appropriate section: 001 – Dr. Shan 004 – Dr. Krueger 007 – Mr. Smith 010 – Mr. Martines 013 – Dr. Lin **Fill in your scantron exactly as below** Turn cell phones off and put them out of sight. Turn off all beepers and alarms. Do not write below this line ________________________________________________________________________________ ( ) 1 1 2 n k n n k = + = ( )( ) 2 1 1 2 1 6 n k n n n k = + + = ( ) 2 2 3 1 1 4 n k n n k = + =                   Part I total (48 points) Your score 3 × ______ =______ 17 (11 points) 18 (10 points) 19 (10 points) 20 (10 points) 21 (11 points) Part II total (52 points) Final Exam Total (100 points)
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Math 1426 Final Exam – Version A Spring 2008 Page 1 of 7 The square brackets following an exam question number refer to a section/problem number in the text. Problem numbers preceded by the symbol ~ are modeled on that problem from the text, but not identical to it. Problem numbers without the symbol are identical to or very close to the problem from the text. INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART I: Write your answers for these questions on a scantron (form 882-E or 882-ES) 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.
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