Midterm 2 Answer Keys

Midterm 2 Answer Keys - Midterm 2 Answer KeysFall 2011 If...

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Midterm 2 Answer Keys—Fall 2011 If you missed the midterm tonight due to illness or family emergency, and you have not already contacted me, you need to contact me immediately via the course email. The answer keys for all four forms of the exam are shown below. Each answer is referenced by its source (T or blank = Text; L=Lecture) and page number. You may appeal no more than TWO questions by following the instructions on the exam book. Your appeal must be an email (only one question per email so I can sort them more easily), sent to mar3023.prof@warrington.ufl.edu . Your appeal MUST identify the Test Form and Question number in the subject line and you MUST provide documentation--typically a page number from the text or my noteshells. The purpose of the appeal process is not to complain about tough questions; if the test was too difficult, I will be able to tell that from your scores. The purpose of the appeal process is to identify any "correct" answers that are in fact incorrect, and also to detect any questions that have more than one correct answer. Appeals must be received by 3:00 PM, Friday, November 4 , to be considered. Late or undocumented appeals will not be considered. If I grant an appeal, I will re-score the exam for that question for EVERYONE
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course MAR 3023 taught by Professor Lutz during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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