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Unformatted text preview: MA
15300Y
 
 Exam
1
Information
 
 For
students
with
proctors
off­campus:
 Exams
will
be
sent
out
to
proctors
at
5pm
on
Wednesday,
June
22
and
must
be
 returned
to
me
by
email
or
fax
by
5pm
on
Friday,
June
24.
Exams
returned
late
will
 not
be
accepted.
 This
is
a
one‐hour
exam,
and
you
must
schedule
a
time
with
your
proctor.
 If
you
do
not
know
your
proctor
personally,
you
must
bring
a
photo
ID
with
you
to
 your
appointment.
 
 For
students
taking
the
exam
on­campus:
 You
will
receive
instructions
via
email.
If
you
have
not
yet
informed
me
that
you
 need
to
take
the
exam
on
campus,
you
must
do
so
ASAP.
 
 This
is
a
60­minute,
15­question,
closed
book
and
notes,
multiple­choice
exam
 covering
Lessons
1­7
(including
both
1
and
7).
I
will
only
collect
the
answer
 sheet
on
the
front
page,
so
make
sure
you
answer
all
questions
on
that
page.
 The
formulas
provided
on
the
exam
are
the
factoring
formulas
for
sum
and
 difference
of
cubes,
and
the
volume
and
surface
area
of
a
cylinder,
sphere,
or
cone,
if
 needed.
You
are
responsible
for
knowing
all
other
formulas
used
on
homework
 problems.
 Bring
a
one‐
or
two‐line
scientific
calculator
with
you
to
the
exam.
You
will
not
be
 allowed
to
use
a
multi‐line,
graphing,
or
programmable
calculator,
so
do
not
bring
 one.
You
will
also
be
required
to
put
away
cell
phones,
PDA’s,
etc.
for
the
duration
of
 the
test.
Please
review
the
calculator
policy
on
the
course
webpage
at
 www.math.purdue.edu/MA15300Y.
 Exam
1
Review
Problems:
 Page
49:
#3,
4,
14,
15,
17,
18,
19,
22,
24,
25,
30,
33,
44,
46,
47,
48,
52,
53,
54,
64,
65,
 69,
71,
72,
79,
81,
83,
88;
 Page
119
#2,
3,
4,
45,
60,
62,
63,
67,
70,
71,
73.
 All
answers
for
review
problems
are
in
the
back
of
the
book.
Old
exams
and
answers
 are
available
online.
WARNING:
coverage
can
vary
from
one
semester
to
the
next,
so
 be
cautious
about
using
old
exams
to
study.
They
are
a
great
place
to
find
problems,
 but
ANY
topic
covered
by
any
homework
problem,
through
the
Lesson
7
 assignment,
is
fair
game
for
the
exam.
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