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Final_Study_Guide[1] - Philosophy 110 Instructor: Anthony...

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Philosophy 110 Instructor: Anthony Ferrucci December 2009 Final Exam Study Guide Overview of the exam: The final exam is worth 150 points or 30% of your grade. It will be cumulative in a way, there will not be any emphasis on what we did in the beginning of the course, but nonetheless, those concepts play heavily into the later chapters. There are two parts to the final. The first part is a 50 question multiple choice/true false section, no fill-in the blank or short answer. The second part of the exam will be logic based where you must demonstrate your competence with chapters 8 and 9. You are allotted two and half hours for the exam but you certainly will not need more than an hour and fifteen minutes or so. The point being, with time your ally, take your time and answer each question to the best of your ability. You do not need a scantron for the exam. *Note: As with both of the quizzes and the midterm, if you need clarification on any of the material, come and see me immediately. I have
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course PHIL 110 taught by Professor Kay during the Spring '07 term at S.F. State.

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