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Unformatted text preview: NAME: ——————————— Student Number: ————————- Quiz 3, Algebra I (MATH 235), Fall 2008. Date: November 19, 2008. Time: 16:30 - 18:00. Instructor: Prof. Eyal Goren. Instructions : Use of calculators, books and notes is not allowed. In multiple choice questions, in case you have changed your original answer, make sure there is no ambiguity as to your final answer. Use pages in the exam notebook for calculations. The exam sheet itself should re- main clean, except for noting the correct answers in the multiple-choice ques- tions. Write your name on the exam sheet. It must be returned to the instructor. Answer the following multiple choice questions. Each question is worth 10 points so you can accumulate a grade of 110 out of 100 for this exam. Unless otherwise specified, a question has a unique correct answer. In that case, a wrong answer gives you 0 marks, but there is no penalty beyond that. In questions where you are asked to circle all correct statements, circling a wrong answer, or not circling a correct answer, counts as a mistake. Each such mistake reduces the mark by 4 points, but youanswer, counts as a mistake....
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