Math 132 Name (Print):
Fall 2014
Exam 2
11/12/14
Time Limit: 75 Minutes
This exam contains 9 pages (including this cover page) and 10 problems. Check to see if any pages
are missing. Write your name on the top of this page.
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MATH 132 1 1/15
EXAM 2: ALGEBRAIC REASONING
Instructions: Complete all problems. N o calculators. You only need to give explanations
for your answers where you are asked to do so. If you need extra room, write on the backs
MATH 132 a 5/15
FINAL EXAM
Instructions: Complete all problems. No calculators. You must provide thorough expla-
nations for your solutions in order to receive credit. Explain any nonobvious steps. Graphs,
diagrams, and tables can be used, but should be
MATH 1 32 1 2/ 1 8
FINAL EXAM
Instructions: Complete all problems. You must show your work in order to receive
credit. Explain any nonobvious steps. Diagrams, models, and charts can be used, but should
be clearly labeled. If you need extra room, write on
Math 132 Final Exam
December 15, 2003, 7:45 am
Mrton Balzs
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1. I drove my car for one corner, here is the distance traveled as a function of time:
time (seconds) distance (feet)
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1
3
2
12
3
27
4
48
5
75
6
107
7
143
8
183
9
227
10
275
11
325
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Math 132 Name (Print):
Fall 2014
Final Exam
12/14/14
Time Limit: 120 Minutes
This exam contains 10 pages (including this cover page) and 11 problems. Check to see if any pages
are missing. Write your name on the top of this page. .
You may not use your
Math 132 Exam #2 April 25, 2014
Name:
Complete all problems. You must show all your work, and it must be
organized in order to receive credit. Explain any nonobvious steps.
Diagrams, models, and charts can be used, but should be clearly labeled. If
you
Math 132 Exam #1 March 3, 2014
Name:
Complete all problems. You must show all your work, and it must be
organized in order to receive credit. Explain any nonobvious steps.
Diagrams, models, and charts can be used, but should be clearly labeled. If
you nee
Exam 2 Math 132 1
Instructions: Complete all problems. You must provide thorough explanations for your solutions
in order to receive credit. Explain any non-obvious steps. Diagrams and charts can be used, but
should be clearly labeled (i.e. if you have a
Math 132 First In-class Exam
October 29, 2003
Marton Balazs NAME:
1. (6 points) I have just missed the bus at Bus Route 0, and the next bus comes after 1/6 hours
(=10 minutes). Once I am on the bus, it travels with an average speed of 15 miles/hour. On
Name:
Exam I Math 132
0 Show all of your work, and clearly indicate What your nal ansWer' is.
If there are two apparent answers for one question, you will receive no
credit for that problem.
0 Leave numbers as exact answers. % is ne7 but .333 is not a
MATH 132 Fall 02
Final Exam Problem 3: An investment of $20,00
0 earned 5% each year for 6 years, then it
lost 10% for each of the next 3 years.
What is it worth now?
Problem 4: You ip 4 coins and are paid $5 if you get 3 or more heads or 3 or
more ta
Math 132 Final Exam Name: Page 1 of4
are as a function of the length d of its diagonal.
London in 7 hours. The Concorde does it in only 4 hours, because it ies
he average speed of the Boeing 777?
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