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Review for Final Exam Exam Conditions This will be an in-class, timed exam. You will not work in groups. The exam will be printed without room for working the problems. You will work all problems on separate paper. I will bring some blank paper (perhaps used on one side) and some graph paper. You might want to bring your own. Expect to see roughly half a dozen problems or questions similar to things we have done in class or on graded homework, but nothing that requires a computer. (That is, no Excel spreadsheets and no statistical trials.) There will be some potentially large and technical algebraic computations. These you must be able to do by hand, although a graphing calculator could handle some of the root finding. You can use any books or notes that you like. A hand held calculator is allowed (up to TI-92 in terms of features), but a laptop or other computer is not. You will probably have to sketch some graphs. Bring whatever drawing tools you like to use, and your own graph paper if you don’t like mine.
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