MATH 3360-001
Exam III
July 1, 2003
Answer the problems on separate paper. You do not need to rewrite the problem statements on
your answer sheets. Do your own work. Show all relevant steps which lead to your solutions.
For no question (except question 12
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Danielle Singleton
Professor Wall
English 1302
September 8th, 2016
Hand Me Down by Grace Paley
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In the sweater and bones of old age
I stopped reading to look at him
I take his hand
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Danielle Singleton
SPCH 1315 N07
Mark Bohlman
11/18/16
TOPIC: Polar Bear Endangerment
Introduction
I.
Attention Getter
II.
Introduce the Subject
Polar bear endanger is due to global warming.
III.
Give the audience a reason to listen.
The global polar bear
Math 1321-D01 Spring 2017
Review 3
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know how to graph these functions using a calculator. You also need to know the values of the
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MATH 3360
Exam I
February 16, 2000
Answer the problems on separate paper. You do not need to rewrite the problem statements on your answer
sheets. Do your own work. Show all relevant steps which lead to your solutions. Retain this question sheet for
your
MATH 3360
Exam II
March 29, 2000
Answer the problems on separate paper. You do not need to rewrite the problem statements on
your answer sheets. Do your own work. Show all relevant steps which lead to your solutions.
Retain this question sheet for your re
MATH 3360-001
Exam II
June 20, 2003
Answer the problems on separate paper. You do not need to rewrite the problem statements on
your answer sheets. Do your own work. Show all relevant steps which lead to your solutions.
For no question (except question 7)
MATH 3360-001
Exam I
June 9, 2003
Answer the problems on separate paper. You do not need to rewrite the problem statements on your
answer sheets. Do your own work. Show all relevant steps which lead to your solutions. For no
question (except question 4) i
MATH 3360
Final Exam
May 9, 1995
Show your work for each problem. You do not need to rewrite the statements of the
problems on your answer sheets. Each problem is worth 10 points.
Section I. Do any four problems.
1.
Which elements of Z15 are zero divisors
MATH 3360
Exam II
August 9, 1994
Show your work for each problem. You do not need to rewrite the statements of the problems
on your answer sheets.
1.
Let (1 2 4) 0 S4. (a) Find *< (1 2 4) >*. (b) Find [S4:< (1 2 4) >].
(c) Find < (1 2 4) >(1 3 2).
2.
Let
MATH 3360
Exam II
April 3, 1995
Show your work for each problem. You do not need to rewrite the statements of the
problems on your answer sheets.
1.
Find d = (42,315) and write d as a linear combination of 42 and 315.
2.
Prove or disprove: If (a,b) = 1 an
MATH 3360
Exam I
July 25, 1994
Show your work for each problem. You do not need to rewrite the statements of the problems
on your answer sheets. Each problem part will be weighted at the same value.
1.
For each ordered pair of integers ( a,b) let
(i) For
MATH 3360
Exam I
February 15, 1995
Show your work for each problem. You do not need to rewrite the statements of the
problems on your answer sheets.
1.
Assume that a : S 6 T and : T 6 U. Consider the following statement:
If is not onto, then Ba is not inv
MATH 3360
Final Exam
May 8, 2000
Answer the problems on separate paper. You do not need to rewrite the problem statements on
your answer sheets. Do your own work. Show all relevant steps which lead to your solutions.
Retain this question sheet for your re