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MA 15400 FINAL EXAM Wednesday, August 3 rd , 1:00 PM Location: WTHR 104 1) The final exam is cumulative (comprehensive) and covers every lesson and all topics or types of problems covered during the semester. There is a balance of questions; majority will not come from lessons covered since exam 3. 2) There are 30 multiple-choice problems on the exam. No partial credit will be given. Double check answers before turning in your exam. 3) The exam is twice as long as regular exams. Therefore, you will have twice as much time, 120 minutes . The time pressure on students to finish the exam in the two hours is little different than what you have experienced on the midterm exams. The majority of students will easily be finished well before the allotted 2 hours is over. 4) The following are appropriate review problems . The PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR THE FINAL found on the course web page (www.math.purdue.edu/ma15400). Answers are provided on the last page of these questions.
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Unformatted text preview: • All of the old exams ; those on the webpage and those used this semester. • Any of the homework problems . I would recommend looking at every homework problem from this semester. • Any of the quiz problems. • Any previous review problems provided on the exams 1, 2, or 3 memos. These memos are still located on the course web page. • These additional review problems for topics since exam 3: Pgs. 792-3: 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 12, 14, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 27 5) The official formula sheet will be provided for you on the final exam (do NOT bring your own). These formulas are posted under ‘other information’ on the MA 15400 web site: www.math.purdue.edu/ma15400. No other formulas will be provided. 6) You may only use a one-line or two-line scientific calculator on this exam. Calculators will be checked. If you bring any other calculator or forget to bring a calculator; you may have to take the exam without a calculator!...
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