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MA 22100 and MA 22200 Final Exam Information The final exam is on Monday, Dec 12, 2011, at 8:00 am --10:00 am, in EE 129 and EE 170 . Instructor Room Boswell EE 129 Legg EE 129 Smith EE 129 Xue EE 129 Chagdes EE 170 Naughton EE 170 The final exam is a 150 point, comprehensive, multiple- choice exam. There are 25 questions on the exam. The only formulas provided are those listed on the formula sheet on the course webpage. Please bring photo ID to the final. You may not be allowed to take the final exam without it. You will need to write your name, 4-digit section number, and 10-digit Purdue ID number on your scantron. Your instructor will announce the 4-digit section number in class and at the final. Practice problems for the final are available on the course webpage. Please do not focus solely on these problems when you study for the exam. Look at all the homework problems, quizzes, class notes and midterm exams. Only one-line calculators are allowed on the final.
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Unformatted text preview: All other electronic devices must be turned off and put away during the ±nal. There is no partial credit on the exam. But you should show all of your work on every problem and circle your answer on the exam itself. In the unlikely event that anything happens to your scantron, the exam will be used as a backup. No regrades will be allowed for miscoded answer sheets. Final exam scores and letter grade estimates will be available on the course webpage 4 days after the exam. Course grades will be available on myPurdue. If you need to request an alternate Fnal, please contact your instructor as soon as possible . The only guaranteed reasons for an alternate ±nal without penalty are three ±nals in one day, two ±nals at the same time, special ADA cases, documented personal illness or documented family emergency. In some cases, an alternate ±nal may not be allowed at all....
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