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Unformatted text preview: Math 102 Final Exam (3:30 - 6:00 pm, Dec 18, 2004) Last Name : First name : Student # : Signature : Circle your section # : 101 (Israel), 102 (Israel), 103 (Li), 104 (Jilkine), 105 (Pugh) I have read and understood the instructions below: Please sign: Instructions: 1. No notes or books are to be used in this exam. A scientific calculator that is non-graphing, non-programmable, and has a small-screen is allowed. 2. There are 15 pages (including this cover page) in the exam. Justify every answer, and show your work. Unsupported answers will receive no credit. 3. You will be given 2.5 hrs to write this exam. Read over the exam before you begin. You are asked to stay in your seat during the last 5 minutes of the exam, until all exams are collected. 4. At the end of the hour you will be given the instruction “Put away all writing implements and remain seated.” Continuing to write after this instruction will be considered as cheating . 5. Academic dishonesty: Exposing your paper to another student, copying material from another student, or representing your work as that of another student constitutes academic dishonesty. Cases of academic dishonesty may lead to a zero grade in the exam, a zero grade in the course, and other measures, such as suspension from this university. Question grade value 1 10 2 10 3 10 4 8 5 12 6 10 7 10 8 10 9 10 10 10 Total 100 Math 102 Final Name: Question 1: [10 marks] The function x ( t ) = at 2- bt 3 + c describes the position of an object that is moving in a straight line. Let this straight line be the x-axis. a, b, c are positive constants. Distance is measured in meters ( m ) and time is measured in seconds ( s )....
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math102_2004 - Math 102 Final Exam (3:30 - 6:00 pm, Dec 18,...

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