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MA 15400 Exam 1 Memo, Summer 2011 1. Exam 1 is during the regular class time on Friday, June 24 th 2. The exam consists of 10 non-multiple-choice questions. 3. You will have the whole 60 minutes to complete the exam. If you arrive late to class, you will only have the remaining minutes of class time to complete the exam. 4. The day prior to the exam (Thursday, June 23) is a review class. The following problems will be good review problems to discuss on that day. (Other questions, such as ones from old exams or homework, may be asked as well.) The best way to prepare for the exam is to review all homework problems . Chapter 6 Review Problems, page 433: 1, 2, 4, 7, 11, 13, 17, 20, 22, 23, 24, 26, 29, 30, 32, 36, 39, 41, 43, 46 5. The only calculator allowed is a one-line or two-line scientific calculator . (See document on the course web page.) Graphing calculators, other multi-line
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Unformatted text preview: calculators, programmable calculators, or cell phones cannot be used. 6. The formulas that will be provided are the three Pythagorean Identities. 7. Lessons covered on the exam include lessons 1 through 8. Sections in the book are 6.1 through 6.5. 8. Exams from previous semesters are available on the course web page. These problems may not represent every type of problem that may appear on your exam. They are good for review purposes, but are not a guarantee of what may or may not appear on your exam. Be aware that each semester’s exam 1 may cover different lessons, so some old exams 1 may have questions that will not appear on your exam and some old exams 2 may contain problems that will be on your exam . 9. You need to bring pencils, your calculator, and/or an eraser with you. 10. Do not forget to bring your homework 8 to turn in on Friday....
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