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ECSE 2500 S11 Exam 3a - Exam 3v1 ECSE-2500 Engineering...

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Page 1 Exam 3v1, 5/16/2011, ECSE-2500, Engineering Probability, RPI (Eng Prob Spring 2011) 5/18/2011 1:49:14 PM http://www.ecse.rpi.edu/Homepages/wrf/pmwiki/EngProbSpring2011/Exam3v1 To print higher -resolution math symbols, click the Hi-Res Fonts for Printing button on the jsMath control panel. E XAM 3 V 1 , 5 / 16 / 2011 , ECSE - 2500 , E NGINEERING P ROBABILITY , RPI ECSE-2500 Engineering Probability, RPI, Spring 2011 Home Page (for grader use only) Finish order _________ Grade _______________ /60 NAME: __________________________________________________ EMAIL:___________________________ RIN:_________________ There are eight pages with eight questions. Answer any six questions. (If you answer more, then we will grade the first ones.) We record the order in which you hand in your exam the better to keep track of the exams, and sometimes to plot scatterplots of order vs grade. (There is never any significant correlation.) Your order does not affect your grade. This exam is closed book but a calculator and two 3-sided letter-paper-size note sheets are allowed. You may not use other computers or communication devices, or share material with other students. For full points, your answers must be simplified as much as reasonable. Since this conflict exam is earlier than the regular exam, please turn in any notes that you made.
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