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Stat 217 First Exam Spring 2008 Instructions 1. Do not start this exam until instructed to do so. 2. Use a separate blue book for every exam problem. Only one prob- lem within each blue book will be graded. 3. Put your name, the course number, and the problem number on every blue book you hand in. Books without this information will not be graded. 4. You may use the Help sheet (appendix H) and a calculator. 5. Please write clearly and use proper notation. If you are calculating something, make it clear what you are calculating. It is advisable to write down explicitly what you want to find and use the methods we have developed to find it. 6. You should simplify all sums and integrals; all the information you need to do so is provided. 7. Remember also that your reasoning is an essential part of your re- sponse. Correct reasoning with a wrong answer is worth more than no reasoning and a right answer. An answer alone is not enough.
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