Math 1156, Mock Final Exam
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You must show your work if you wish to receive credit or partial credit.
Total : 400 pts
Non-graphing calculator is allowed.
You have 100 minute-'5 to ﬁnish this exam.
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Math 1156, Mock Midterm 3, 2012
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You must show your work if you wish to receive credit or partial credit.
Total : 100 pts
Non-graphing calculator is allowed.
You have 50 minutes to nish this exam.
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Math 1156, Mock Midterm 2
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You must show your work if you wish to receive credit or partial credit.
Total : 100 pts + 10 Bonus pts
Non-graphing calculator is allowed.
9 Pages 8for Questions and 1 Page for S
Mathematics of Disease Spread
The outbreak and spread of disease has been questioned and studied for many years. The ability to make
predictions about diseases could enable scientists to evaluate inoculation or isolation plans and may have a
signicant eec
M ATHEMATICS OF
D ISEASE SPREAD
Michael Schwemmer
schwemmer.2@mbi.osu.edu
Friday, November 2, 2012
W HY MODEL?
The modeling of infectious diseases is a tool which
has been used to study the mechanisms by which
diseases spread.
Modeling results can be used
Math 1156, Mock Final Exam, 2012
Name(print):
Recitation teacher:
Recitation time:
You must show your work if you wish to receive credit or partial credit.
Total : 400 pts
Non-graphing calculator is allowed.
You have 100 minutes to nish this exam.
Problem
Mathematical Spread of Disease
By Justin Cottone, Darius Shams, Ahmed Almanasseer, Alyssa LaVoy, Kylie Storts, and
Nicole Shoviak
We all contributed equally in doing this project
Background information:
The outbreak and spread of disease has been questio