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Unformatted text preview: MAT 21B—A, Spring 2007, Prof. Opmeel'
Wednesday Apr. 25, 2007. MIDTERM EXAM 1 NAME (print in CAPITAL LETTERS, last name ﬁrst): _______ ID#: __________________________ _..'_ Instructions: 0 Read each question carefully and answer in the space provided. If the space provided
is not enough, please continue on the opposite (blank) side and CLEARLY INDICATE this. 0 YOU MUST GIVE CLEAR AND REASONABLY COMPLETE ANSWERS TO CEIVE FULL CREDIT. Answers like ’yes’ or ’no’ or ’2’ will be awarded no credit.
Proper notation and (mathematical) readability of your answers play a role in deter mining credit.
. Calculators, books, notes or similar things are not allowed. 0 The numbers between brackets refer to the number of points (out of 100) for that
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