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No books, tables or calculators allowed. One 8 Y2"x11" sheet of notes is permitted. You must show work to get credit. All questions are worth 10 points with no partial credit. Circle t
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University of Pennsylvania Math 241 Fall 2008 Final Exam
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MATH 241, December 16, 2005.
Answer all the questions. Each problem counts as 15 points.
1. Find all values of the cube root of -4V2+i4V2. plane.
Draw a picture of the roots in the complex