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Unformatted text preview: MA 26600 FINAL EXAM INSTRUCTIONS May 6, 2009 NAME INSTRUCTOR 1. You must use a #2 pencil on the marksense sheet (answer sheet). 2. If the cover of your question booklet is GREEN, write 01 in the TEST/QUIZ NUMBER boxes and blacken in the appropriate spaces below. If the cover is ORANGE, write 02 in the TEST/QUIZ NUMBER boxes and darken the spaces below. 3. On the marksense sheet, fill in the instructors name and the course number . 4. Fill in your NAME and PURDUE ID NUMBER , and blacken in the appropriate spaces. 5. Fill in the SECTION NUMBER boxes with the division and section number of your class. For example, for division 02, section 03, fill in 0203 and blacken the corresponding circles, including the circles for the zeros. (If you do not know your division and section number, ask your instructor.) 6. Sign the marksense sheet. 7. Fill in your name and your instructors name on the question sheets above. 8. There are 23 questions, each worth an equal amount of points. Blacken in your choice of the correct answer in the spaces provided for questions 123. Do all your work on the ques tion sheets. Turn in both the marksense sheets and the question sheets when you are finished . 9. Show your work on the question sheets. Although no partial credit will be given, any disputes about grades or grading will be settled by examining your written work on the question sheets. 10. NO CALCULATORS, BOOKS, OR PAPERS ARE ALLOWED. Use the back of the test pages for scrap paper. 11. A table of Laplace Transforms can be found on the last page of the question sheets. 1 1. The general solutions to ty y = t 2 e t is A. y = e t + c B. y = te t C. y = ce t + t D. y = te t + ct E. y = te t + t 2. The general solution of dy dx = 3 y 2 x y is A.  y x  = c  x  ( y 2 x ) 2 B.  y x  = c...
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course MATH 266 taught by Professor staff during the Spring '11 term at Purdue UniversityWest Lafayette.
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