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Mathematics 170: Ideas in Mathematics Final study guide The final exam is on Thursday, July 2, from 4:20 to 5:55 pm. I plan to start and end promptly. There will be about ten questions. As you might expect, they’ll be shorter than the homework questions. Each problem will carry approximately equal weight; I’ll explicitly indicate the weights on the exam. The format of the exam will be similar to that of the midterm. In particular, the majority of the questions will ask you to compute things or give simple proofs; a substantial minority will ask for short written answers. The final exam is not cumulative. In particular, it covers material since the midterm, plus material from the day before the midterm (Wednesday, June 10) since what we did that day is not on the midterm. It will not include any material that I introduce in class on Wednesday, July 1; anything I introduce there is done for your own edification. I’ll devote roughly the last half of Wednesday’s class (somewhere between fifteen min- utes and half an hour) to your questions.
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