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MATH 135
Fall 2008
Midterm #2 Information
Date, Time and Location
Monday 10 November, 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m, in various rooms on campus.
Please note that the exam will be 90 minutes long, instead of the previously announced 75 minutes. (In
fact, we are giving you an extra 15 minutes to do the exam, rather than making the exam longer.) Please
note also that you will be required to stay for the entire exam.
Speciﬁc locations will be announced by 07 November.
Material Covered
Midterm #2 will cover Blocks IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, and part of Block IX of the course.
(That is, Midterm #2 will cover the material from the course up to and including Section 3.5 from the
textbook.)
Midterm #2 also covers the material from Assignments 4 to 7.
While material from Blocks I, II and III is not explicitly covered on this Midterm, you need to be able to
use this material in order to understand the material of Blocks V, VI, VII, and VIII.
Tutorials for November 10 and 11
There will be no MATH 135 tutorials on Tuesday 11 November (the day after the midterm).
There will be review and/or “question and answer” sessions on Monday 10 November (the day of the
midterm):
If you are in Lecture Section 001 or 002.
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...obtain special instructions from your instructor in class.
For all other sections.
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If your tutorial is normally on Monday at 3:30 or 4:30.
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...go to your MATH 135 tutorial at the normal time in the normal location.
If your tutorial is normally on Monday at 5:30.
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...go to RCH 101 at 4:30 on Monday.
If your tutorial is normally on Tuesday at 3:30.
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...go to MC 2066 at 3:30 on Monday.
If your tutorial is normally on Tuesday at 4:30 or 5:30.
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...go to RCH 101 at 4:30 on Monday.
Calculators
Only the Faculty approved calculators with the Pink Tie stickers will be allowed on the midterm.
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View Full Document Deﬁnitions, Theorems and Proofs
The Midterm may ask you to state deﬁnitions covered in class.
You will be asked to prove at least one of the following results from the course:
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course MATH 135 taught by Professor Andrewchilds during the Fall '08 term at Waterloo.
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