CF230F05 - MTH 230 COMMON FINAL EXAMINATION Fall 2005 YOUR...

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Unformatted text preview: MTH 230 COMMON FINAL EXAMINATION Fall 2005 YOUR NAME: __________________________ INSTRUCTOR:__________________________ INSTRUCTIONS 1. Print your name and your instructors name on this page using capital letters. Print your name on each page of the exam. 2. This exam consists of this cover page and 10 additional pages containing 10 problems. Be sure your exam is complete before beginning work. Do not separate the pages of this exam. 3. Show your work . Work and/or explanation is required on all problems unless otherwise stated; if done well it may result in more credit. Answers accompanied by insufficient, unclear, or incorrect work may receive little or no credit. 4. The points assigned to a problem may not be distributed equally among the parts of a problem. 5. Do not use books, notes, or other references. You may use a TI-82 through TI-86 or equivalent calculator. You are NOT permitted to use calculators capable of symbolic differentiation or integration (such as the TI- 89, TI-92, HP-39, or HP-48), portable computers, cell phones, or any other device capable of storing or receiving information. 6. Do not submit scratch paper. Try to solve each problem in the space provided. If you need more space, use the back of this page or other blank space. Be sure to tell on the original page where your additional work can be...
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2010 for the course CS 240 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Wright State.

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CF230F05 - MTH 230 COMMON FINAL EXAMINATION Fall 2005 YOUR...

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