M118 Week 3

M118 Week 3 - EXAM 1ISONEWEEKFROMTODAY(Tuesday,9/18 EXAM Coverschapters1and2 ,nopartialcredit ,usingonlyyour LEFTHANDED

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EXAM 1 EXAM 1      IS ONE WEEK FROM TODAY!  (Tuesday, 9/18) - Covers chapters 1 and 2. - 15 multiple-choice problems, no partial credit. - Seating chart will be posted outside room shortly before exam,  using only your using only your         3-digit CLASS ID NUMBER as identification!!! 3-digit CLASS ID NUMBER as identification!!! . . - LEFT-HANDED?  Email Peter Mester ( pmester@indiana.edu ) –  BEFORE THIS FRIDAY (9/14) TO REQUEST A LEFT- HANDED DESK - ONLY one or two-line scientific calculators allowed!  No scrap paper allowed. - BRING YOUR  STUDENT ID STUDENT ID  TO THE EXAM!     (it must be your  STUDENT ID STUDENT ID driver’s licenses  and bus passes are NOT allowed!)
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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:  What are the chances that a “4” lands up? ….
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course MATH M118 taught by Professor Stevemckinley during the Fall '07 term at Indiana.

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M118 Week 3 - EXAM 1ISONEWEEKFROMTODAY(Tuesday,9/18 EXAM Coverschapters1and2 ,nopartialcredit ,usingonlyyour LEFTHANDED

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