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Unformatted text preview: University of Ottawa MAT 1332B Final Exam April 22, 2010. Duration: 3 hours. Instructor: Robert Smith? Family Name: First Name: Take your time to read the entire paper before you begin to write, and read each question carefully. Remember that certain questions are worth more points than others. Make a note of the questions that you feel confident you can do, and then do those first: you do not have to proceed through the paper in the order given. • You have 3 hours to complete this exam. • The exam consists of two parts: – Part A contains 10 multiple choice questions. You must enter your answer in the table provided on page 2 of this exam. There are no part marks for multiple choice questions. There are extra pages at the end of the exam to solve multiple choice questions. These pages will not be marked, but you have to hand them in. – Part B contains 7 long-answer questions. The correct answer requires justification written legibly and logically: you must convince me that you know why your solution is correct. Draw boxes around your final answer. • This is a closed book exam, and no notes of any kind are allowed. The use of cell phones, pagers or any text storage or communication device is not permitted. • Only the Faculty approved TI-30 calculator is allowed. • The correct answer requires justification written legibly and logically: you must convince me that you know why your solution is correct. Answer these questions in the space provided. Use the backs of pages if necessary....
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