Mathematical Thinking: Problem-Solving and Proofs (2nd Edition)

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MAT102F - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs UTM - Fall 2010 Final Exam Information 1. Time and location : The time and location of the nal exam can be found at https: // registrar. utm. utoronto. ca/ student/ examschedule/ finalexams. php . Please check this website for last minute changes. 2. Structure : The exam will be 2 two hours long, and will have two parts: PART I (40 marks): Ten short questions. Each question is worth 4 marks. PART II (60 marks) Six written questions. Each question is worth 10 marks. For most of the questions in Part I, you will be required to give a short answer with no justi cation or proof. In Part II, a detailed and careful proof and/or explanation will be required. 3. Aids permitted : None. You will need a PEN to ll in the rst page of the test, and a PEN or PENCIL to write down your answers. 4. Student card : You must bring your student card to the nal exam. 5. Material covered : Chapter 1 (omit the section on Inverse Image and Level Sets) 15%.
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