QUEENS COLLEGE
Math 618
Instructor: Alex Ryba
Department of Mathematics
First Midterm Exam Spring 2010
03.24.10 Solutions
6.30pm 7.45pm, Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Problem 1.
Let ABCDEF be a regular hexagon that is oriented clockwise (so that a rotation fr
QUEENS COLLEGE
Math 618
Instructor: Alex Ryba
Department of Mathematics
Final Exam Exam Spring 2010
05.24.10
6.15pm 8.15pm, Monday, May 24, 2010
Complete all of the following information.
STUDENT LAST NAME (PRINT):
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QUEENS COLLEGE
Math 618
Instructor: Alex Ryba
Department of Mathematics
First Midterm Exam Spring 2010
03.24.10
6.30pm 7.45pm, Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Complete all of the following information.
STUDENT LAST NAME (PRINT):
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LAST
QUEENS COLLEGE
Math 618
Department of Mathematics
Second Midterm Exam Spring 2013
05.13.13
Instructor: Alex Ryba
4.30pm 5.45pm, Monday, May 13, 2013
Complete all of the following information.
STUDENT LAST NAME (PRINT):
STUDENT First NAME (PRINT):
Cuny 1st
QUEENS COLLEGE
Department of Mathematics
Math 618
First Midterm Exam Spring 2014
Solutions
5.00pm 6.15pm, Wednesday, March 26, 2014
03.26.14
Problem 1.
(a) The combination of a clockwise rotation about (0, 0) by 120 followed by a clockwise rotation
about
Practice problems on Euclidean Geometry and Euclidean Transformations.
Problem 1.
Let ABC be a right triangle that is oriented clockwise and has angles of 90 , 30 , 60 at the vertices
A, B, C.
(i) Identify RC,120 RB,60 .
(ii) Identify RC,120 RB,60 RA,180
QUEENS COLLEGE
Math 618
Department of Mathematics
Second Midterm Exam Spring 2013
05.13.13
Solutions
4.30pm 5.45pm, Monday, May 13, 2013
Problem 1.
CHOOSE ONE OPTION ONLY, there is no extra credit for doing both. Either:
State and prove a theorem giving t
QUEENS COLLEGE
Math 618
Instructor: Alex Ryba
Department of Mathematics
Second Midterm Exam Spring 2010
05.10.10
4.30pm 5.45pm, Monday, May 10, 2010
Complete all of the following information.
STUDENT LAST NAME (PRINT):
STUDENT First NAME (PRINT):
LAST 4 d
Practice problems on spherical trigonometry.
Problem 1.
Find the missing sides and angles in each of the following cases for a spherical triangle ABC:
(a) a = 60 , = 90 , = 75 .
(b) = 65, = 85, = 90.
(c) a = 90, b = 60, c = 100.
(d) = 85, b = 95, c = 105.