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Unformatted text preview: Math 54 Professor K. A. Ribet Second Midterm Exam November 2, 2005 This exam was a 50-minute exam, which began at 2:10PM. There were 5 prob- lems, worth 6, 7, 5, 5, and 7 points, respectively. The maximum possible score was 30 pointssame as for the first midterm. I expect that the scores on this exam will be substantially higher than on the first midterm. Students who knew the material very well will probably be able to finish the exam and get essentially full credit on all the problems. These problems are not tricky or theoretical, as far as I can tell. (I am writing this enroute to NY and wont see students reactions to the exam until after Ive finished writing the solutions.) Please put away all books, calculators, electronic games, cell phones, pagers, .mp3 players, PDAs, and other electronic devices. You may refer to a single 2-sided sheet of notes. Your paper is your ambassador when it is graded. Correct answers without appropriate supporting work will be regarded skep- tically. Incorrect answers without appropriate supporting work will receive no partial credit. This exam has six pages. Please write your name on each page. At the conclusion of the exam, please hand in your paper to your GSI....
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