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Unformatted text preview: FOUNDATIONS OF ANALYSIS SAMPLE EXAM #1 Directions. Please work as many problems as you can on the enclosed pages. The reader will read all of the problems and assign a numerical, grade be- tween 0 and 25, to each problem. The scores of the four problems with the highest grades will be added together to determine the examination grade. It is important to show your work on all problems except #3. Cor- rect answers on the other problems may not receive full credit if the reasoning and computational paths to the answers are not clearly in- dicated. (The readers of the exams will not assume responsibility for finding the next steps in haphazard presentations.) Please enclose each of your answers in a box. Please work without the aid of notes, books, computers, calculators, and other people. The course instructor may be in the room at the time of the exam- ination acting as a resource. The examination is being given on an honor system. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total 1 1. This problem consist of four parts. A correct response for each part will be assigned 8 points. The highest three scores will bepart will be assigned 8 points....
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