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Slides Week 3 - TEST 1 TEST I STUES DAY, S EPTEMBER 23RD !...

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TEST 1 TEST 1 IS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 RD ! - Covers chapters 1 and 2. - 20 multiple-choice problems, no partial credit (3 questions are definitions !). - Seating chart will be posted outside room shortly before exam. - LEFT-HANDED? Email me ( mckinle@ indiana.edu ) – BEFORE THIS FRIDAY TO REQUEST A LEFT-HANDED DESK. - NO calculators of any kind allowed. No additional scrap paper allowed. - BRING YOUR STUDENT ID STUDENT ID TO THE EXAM!
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REVIEW SOURCES FOR THE EXAM: REVIEW SOURCES FOR THE EXAM: 1.) The Study Guide on the M118 Tools page of Oncourse contains two sample exams. Work both of these (if we have time, we will go over these in class on Thursday). 2.) The Course Syllabus contains suggested problems for all sections of the book. Work as many of these as you can. 3.) Review all notes, definitions, rules, etc. . 4.) Review all old Webwork assignments. 5.) Keep working new problems from the book over the material (if you get through all of the suggested problems, work those that have not been suggested!).
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EXP: Toss a six-sided die one time, note which number lands up. QUESTION: What are the chances that a “4” lands up?
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EXP: Toss a FAIR FAIR six-sided die one time, note which number lands up. Q1:
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