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Math 326  Exam 1  14 Sept 2010
Rules of the Exam
1. There are 10 problems. Each problem is weighted equally. Complete all prob
lems.
2. Work individually. Do not cheat. Do not look at anybody else’s paper.
3. Computers, Cell Phones, Portable Electronics should all remain OFF.
4. You may use any of the formulas provided in the table of logical equivalences or
rules of inferences on page 2. Otherwise, you should show all your work clearly.
Student Conduct Certiﬁcation
This certiﬁcation must be signed or your exam will not be graded.
I certify that I have read and understand the rules of the exam, and further, that
the work shown in this examination is my own and that it has been completed in
accord with the California State University Northridge student conduct code. I also
understand that failure to abide by the student conduct code is subject to discipline
as provided in sections 41301 through 41304 of Title 5, California Code of Regulations.
Sign here:
Problem
Points/Total
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/10
2
/10
3
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4
/10
5
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/10
7
/10
8
/10
9
/10
10
/10
Total
/100
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Table of Logical Equivalences.
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