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152sp11Exam2Memo

152sp11Exam2Memo - MA 15200 Exam 2 Memo Exam 2 8:00 P.M...

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MA 15200 Exam 2 Memo Exam 2 8:00 P.M. Tuesday, March 8 th , 2011 LOCATION: ELLIOTT HALL OF MUSIC, First Balcony Please Note: Only a TI 30-XA calculator may be used at the exam. If you bring any other calculator, you will not be allowed to use it and may have to complete the exam without a calculator. You are responsible to know how to use this calculator. Proctors or instructors will not explain at the exam how to do any operations on the TI 30-XA. You may not share a calculator with another student. (If a friend loans you his/her calculator once he/she is finished with the exam that is fine.) The instructors may not loan calculators to students. If any student is caught using an unapproved calculator; the exam will be collected, the student will be dismissed, and the score will not count. The student will be asked to see the course coordinator the next day. 1) Exam 2 covers Appendix sections B, C, D, E, and F and sections 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.1, part of 2.8, 2.1, 2.2, and part of 2.3. This is the material covered in lessons #12-22 . 2) There are fifteen multiple-choice problems on the exam. The exam will be machine graded. No partial credit will be given. You will be allowed 60 minutes to take the exam. 3) The exam is self-explanatory. No questions will be allowed unless a student believes there is a typographical or printing error. 4) Reviewing/Studying for Exam: The following are appropriate review problems . These problems are found in the textbook in the chapter review exercises at the end of chapters 1 and 2. The answers are provided at the back of the book. Answers to Appendix problems are provided at the end of this memo.
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