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Exam3A1 - CSE115 EXAM#3 VERSION A1 FALL 2009 PRINT YOUR...

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[ CSE115 EXAM #3, VERSION A1 ] FALL 2009 1 PRINT YOUR NAME (last, first): ____________________________________________ Signature: ____________________________________________ Person #: ____________________________________________ Check your recitation/lab section A1 T 9:00 10:50 B1 T 13:00 14:50 C1 T 15:00 16:50 A2 W 11:00 12:50 B2 W 15:00 16:50 C2 W 13:00 14:50 A3 R 13:00 14:50 B3 R 15:00 16:50 C3 R 9:00 10:50 A4 F 14:00 15:50 B4 F 10:00 11:50 C4 F 8:00 9:50 B6 T 17:00 18:50 C6 T 17:00 18:50 This examination has 8 pages. Check that you have a complete paper. Each candidate should be prepared to produce, upon request, his or her SUNY/UB card. This examination has 7 questions. Answer all 7 questions. READ AND OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING RULES: Write the following, in ink, in the space provided above, your name, surname/last name/family name first, followed by a comma (‘,’) then your first name/given name your usual signature, and your UB person number, All of your writing must be handed in. This booklet must not be torn or mutilated in any way, and must not be taken from the examination room. Show all of your work in arriving at an answer, unless instructed otherwise. Partial credit will be awarded as appropriate. Candidates are not permitted to ask questions of the invigilators, except in cases of supposed errors or ambiguities in examination questions. CAUTION Candidates guilty of any of the following, or similar, dishonest practices shall be immediately dismissed from the examination and shall be liable to disciplinary action.
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