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0 0 DEPARTMENT OF ASTRONOMY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA AST-1002 Exam # 2 - Test Form A Section 1069 Fall, 2011 Periods: T4/R4-5 November 1, 2011 Special Code 05 Dr. Haywood Smith NAME (PRINT): Last, First, I The scores for this exam will be posted on the website of your instructor. Due to student privacy laws, the scores will be posted by the Fve digit code found in the upper left corner of each page. Each exam has a UNIQUE code number. However, other Astronomy sections use this exam format and may use the same exam code numbers. IT IS THERE±ORE IMPORTANT THAT YOU MAKE SURE THAT THE SCORE YOU READ BELONGS TO YOU. The instructor’s name and the exam number will be clearly marked on each exam score listing. As you turn in your exam, tear o² this page and save it for future reference. It will aid you in Fnding your score when the exam scores are posted. Also, should you have any questions about the exam after it is graded, the loss of this page will make it di³cult to Fnd your exam and delay possible ( but unlikely ) changes to your grade. Should you have any questions, this page MUST be brought with you as a means of identiFcation.
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0 DEPARTMENT OF ASTRONOMY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA AST-1002 Exam # 2 - Test Form A Section 1069 Fall, 2011 Periods: T4/R4-5 November 1, 2011 Special Code 05 Dr. Haywood Smith NAME (PRINT): SIGNATURE: Last,First,I ”On my honor, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this examination.” My signature above indicates my compliance with this statement. DIRECTIONS: (1) Print name on this page and sign it also (NO NAME = NO SCORE). (2) Code on the Answer Sheet: (IF INCORRECT, SCORE = ZERO) A. B. Test Number – See the top of your exam pages. (Use spaces 76-80 on answer sheet for this 5-digit number.) (3) Use a Black No. 2 pencil to record answers – Do not use ink. (ONLY ANSWERS RECORDED ON ANSWER SHEETS WILL BE SCORED.) (4) Answer ALL questions – ONE answer is correct per question. (Scoring formula = number of correct answers – DO NOT LEAVE BLANKS.) (5) Use margins or back of exam question pages for all scratch work. (6) Turn in all exam materials at the end of exam, INCLUDING THE EXAM QUESTION SHEETS. Put ±gure sheets (if provided with the exam) inside the question sheets. Hand in Green Answer Key SEPARATELY. >>>>> BEFORE YOU TURN IN YOUR EXAM <<<<< Have your student I.D. ready. Show the EXAM to the Proctor so she/he can check the exam code. NOTE: The answer ”NVA” found in some questions means ”NOT A VALID ANSWER”. If you give this response, you may consider that question will be graded automatically WRONG on your test. Your exam consists of 40 questions and begins on the next page. You may start as soon as you have carefully
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