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Unformatted text preview: MCS @ UTM MAT133Y Term Test #3 Version 294579 January 30, 2009, 4pm Last Name (Family name) First Name (Given name) Student # Tutorial Information: CIRCLE your TA’s Name → Anurag Byron Charles Dave Lisa Maher Ravi M3 T5 M12 M5 M2 T2 M3 Tutorial day/time → W9 W1 M1 M6 T2 T5 M4 CIRCLE the appropriate one W10 W11 M2 W5 T3 T6 W9 T3 W6 W10 T4 Students are expected to have this tutorial information when writing the test. Your tutorial information is the same as what’s on ROSI, except for those students who made a change on Bb. WARNING: Up to 2% may be deducted from the test grade for missing or incorrect tutorial information. INSTRUCTIONS 1. Use a PEN to fill in your name and student number on this page . 2. Only TI-30X, TI-30XIIB or TI30XIIS calculators are allowed (with no lids or inserts). NO other aids are allowed. 3. The time allotted is 110 minutes. 4. PART I: For each question A to K, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate BOX provided. In all cases, you must show your work, even though only the final answer in the box will be graded. [33 marks, 3 marks for each ‘box’, with NO part marks for incorrect final answer or answers with NO work shown.] 5. PART II: For each question 1 to 4, you are required to show all your work. A correct answer obtained with false reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. You can use the back of page 11 for rough work. 6. There are 11 pages, including a formula sheet on page 11. Make sure you have all of them. 7. Budget your time. Good Luck! Question # Out of Score Part I 33 Part II #1 14 Part II #2 15 Part II #3 18 Part II #4 20 Total 100 MAT133Y5Y Term Test 3 - January 2009 - Version 294579 Page 2 of 11 PART I : For each question A to K, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate BOX provided. You: For each question A to K, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate BOX provided....
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