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M1426 Sp10 M1A sol - Math 1426 Midterm 1 Version A with...

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Math 1426 Midterm 1 – Version A Spring 2010 with solutions Page 1 of 7 Print your name legibly as it appears on the class rolls : Last ____________________________ First _________________________ ID Number: 1 0 0 0 __ __ __ __ __ __ Check the appropriate section: 001 – Dr. Krueger 002 – Dr. Kirby 003 – Mr. Smith 004 – Dr. Zhang 005 – Dr. Korzeniowski Fill in your scantron: Turn cell phones off and put them out of sight. Turn off all beepers and alarms. Do not write below this line. ________________________________________________________________________ ____________ Part I total (48 points) Your score 4 × ______ =______ 13 (10 points) 14 (10 points) 15 (12 points) 16 (10 points) 17 (10 points) Part II total (52 points) Midterm 1 Total (100 points) NAME Last, first SUBJECT 1426 - YOUR SECTION # TEST NO. 1A DATE PERIOD Fill out your scantron EXACTLY like this. Write your name on your scantron in EXACTLY this order.
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Math 1426 Midterm 1 – Version A Spring 2010 with solutions Page 2 of 7 Verify that your exam has 17 questions on 7 pages. If any pages are missing, ask for another exam. The square brackets following an exam question number refer to a section/problem number in the text. Problem numbers preceded by the symbol ~ are modeled on that problem from the text, but not identical to it. Problem numbers without the symbol are identical to or very close to the problem from the text.
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