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Ans-162E3-F2007 - i 4 MATH 162 — FALL 2007 — THIRD EXAM...

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Unformatted text preview: i 4 MATH 162 — FALL 2007 — THIRD EXAM NOVEMBER 15, 2007 — l STUDENT NAME———————————— STUDENT ID INSTRUCTOR RECITATION INSTRUCTOR RECITATION TIME————+——— INSTRUCTIONS 1. Verify that you have 7 pages. 2. The exam has twelve questions, each worth 8. 3 points. 3 Fill 1n the blank spaces above. 4. Use a number 2 pencil to write on your mark-sense sheet. 5. On your mark sense sheet, write your name, your student ID number, the division and section numbers of your recitation, and fill the corresponding circles. _ 6. Mark the letter of your response for each question on this booklet and on the mark- _. sense sheet. ‘ 7. Work only on the spaces provided or on the backside of the pages. 8. No books, notes or calculators may be used. 4.4 2-5 as 4.1; sic g. C 7./l\ KC M 10.1) (1.3 do ...
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