Math 131, Exam 1, September 19th
This exam should have 16 multiple choice questions, and two hand-written
questions. Each multiple-choice question is worth 5 points; each hand-written
problem is worth 10 points.
Mark your ID number on the six blank lines
Mathematics 131
Exam 1
4 February 2014
Directions: This exam should consist of eighteen questions: the rst 16 are worth 5
points apiece, and the last two questions are worth 10 points apiece. Write your name and
student ID number at the top of this page.
Mathematics 131
Exam 3
8 April 2014
Directions: This exam should consist of seventeen questions: the rst 15 are worth 5
points apiece, and the last two questions are worth 15 points apiece, for a total of 105 points.
Make sure your name and student ID num
Mathematics 131
Exam 2
4 March 2014
Directions: This exam should consist of eighteen questions: the rst 15 are worth 5
points apiece, and the last three questions are worth 10 points apiece, for a total of 105
points. Make sure your name and student ID nu
Mathematics 131
Practice Exam 2 Solutions
6 March 2013
Directions: The real exam will consist of sixteen multiple choice questions and two
hand-graded questions. Multiple choice questions are worth ve points apiece. The two
hand-graded questions are worth
Mathematics 131
Exam 3
8 April 2014
Directions: This exam should consist of eighteen questions: the rst 15 are worth 5
points apiece: and the last three questions are worth 10 points apiece, for a total of 205
points. Make sure your name and student ID nu
Math 131, Exam 2, October 17th
This exam should have 16 multiple choice questions, and two hand-written
questions. Each multiple-choice question is worth 5 points; each hand-written
problem is worth 10 points.
Mark your ID number on the six blank lines on
1. y t * 211/2. Put ;g(4) :: (1/5 in lowest. terms, where a, and b are
positive integers. W hat is a, + b?
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2. y = (1 _ (1)2)(51)3 w 3:1; + 1). Find y(2).
(A) 4.00
(B) 100
(C) -11:
(a) 111
(E) .13
(F) 112
(G) M113
(H) 113
xi (1)414
(J) 114 3
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Math 131, Exam 3, November 14th
This exam should have 16 multiple choice questions, and two hand-written
questions. Each multiple-choice question is worth 5 points; each hand-written
problem is worth 10 points.
Mark your ID number on the six blank lines o