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math110_final-practice-2011winter - Math 110 Winter 2011...

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Math 110, Winter 2011, Practice Final Exam Instructions Closed book, closed notes, except for one 8.5”-by-11” (or A4) sheet of paper, okay to use both sides. You may be required to turn in your note sheet with the exam, so write your name on it. 90 minutes are allowed for this exam. Clearly indicate your answer. You must show all relevant work and justify your answers appropriately. Partial credit will be given, but not without sufficient support. No calculators that have a QWERTY-type keyboard are allowed. The proctor's discretion is final. When appropriate, you must use the words "nominal" or "real" or “effective” When appropriate, you must properly use the word “point” as in “percentage point.” THIS PRACTICE TEST DOES NOT INCLUDE EVERY TOPIC THAT MIGHT BE ON THE REAL TEST! A good way to study is to make a list of all the types of problems we’ve talked about (in class, worksheets, the textbook, homeworks, and projects) and make sure you know how to do each type, and understand the connections between them. Name: _______________ I have worked on this exam in a completely honest fashion. I have neither given nor received help. Signature:______________________________________________ #1[4 pts] Suppose a study find that the number of art classes a student takes is strongly positively correlated to their income as an adult.
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