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Math125-002 Fall 2009 Exam 2 Review Date: Wednesday, October 21 Book closed. Calculator and any notes may not be used. New sections covered: 5.3, 6.1–6.3, 7.1–7.2 Do not assume that the exam will contain only problems similar to those from quizzes. Average homework problem gives an example of expected difficulty of exam problems. Your preparation to the exam may consist of the two parts: 1. Review the basic notions and ideas. The list of these terms for Chapter 7 is given on p. 245. For Chapter 6, the book does not give such a list, so consider the following: principle of inclusion-exclusion (for two, three, and more sets; in particular for pairwise disjoint sets), the functions b c and d e , event, case, mutually exclusive events, the multiplication rule, the pigeonhole
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Unformatted text preview: principle (ordinary form and strong form). Try to dene each term in one clear sentence, then compare with the denition given in the Glossary in the end of the book. Clear understanding of concepts will help you to avoid confusion and nally to avoid mistakes when solving exam problems. 2. Review the examples given in the book, examples considered at the lectures, and homework exercises. If you have time for additional exercise, consider Review exercises for Chapter 6 (p. 204) No 3(b,d,c) 1 , 4, 5, 6, 8. Warning: do not consider this list of problems as a model for the exam. 1 A palindrome is a word that reads the same forward and backward. For example, ABCBA is a palindrome; ABCAB is not a palindrome....
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