ex2-10 - AMS 301.2 (Spring, 2010) Estie Arkin Finite...

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Estie Arkin Finite Mathematical Structures A Exam 2: Thursday, April 8, 2010 READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Do not start the exam until told to do so. Make certain that you have all 6 pages of the exam. You will be held responsible for any missing pages. Write your answers on this examination, using the backs of pages if needed. There may be problems that are solvable by inspection, but if you get the wrong answer and have shown no work, then I will assign NO partial credit. This examination is CLOSED BOOK and CLOSED NOTES. You may not use any books, papers, or materials other than your pen or pencil. You may use a 4 by 6 “cheat sheet”, which should be turned in with your exam. The following items should NOT be on your desk - turn them o± AND put them INSIDE your bag! calculator cell phone pager If I see any of these items, even turned o±, this will be considered cheating!!! Work carefully, and GOOD LUCK!!! Last (Family) Name (PRINT CLEARLY): First Name (PRINT CLEARLY): ID Number: Academic integrity is expected of all students at all times, whether in the presence or absence of members of the faculty. Understanding this, I declare that I shall not give, use, or receive unauthorized aid in this examination. I have been warned that any suspected instance of academic dishonesty will be reported to the Academic Judiciary and that I will be subjected to the maximum possible penalty permitted under University guidelines. Signature:
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