Math374
Final Exam
2011 May 3
Name:
Do not turn the page until instructed.
Directions:
1. Write your name on this page.
2. Show your work unless instructed otherwise. Answers without supporting work are incomplete and are marked accordingly.
3. You may us
Math374 Quiz #2 8 September 2011
i, [2 points] What c0nc1usion(s), if any, can be reached from the foiiowing given hypotheses?
If Sam does not rush, then Sam will be late. If Sam is late, then Sam will be red. Sam is
net late.
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Math374
Quiz #4 13 October 2011
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1. A sequence of. geometric designs is dened recursiveiy. The rst design D1 is a square. The
nth design i')n is obtained by dividing a square into four quadrants. The upper left and lower
right quadrants are sc
Math374
Test #1
11 February 2011
Name:
This test has 6 pages, each worth 10 points. The test is scored out of 50 points. Your
lowest scoring page is dropped.
1. [3 points] Translate the following argument into a single w. Hypotheses: If the refrigerator
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Math374
Test #2
2011 March 21
Name:
Directions: This test has 6 pages, each worth 10 points. The test is scored out of 50 points. Your
lowest scoring page is dropped. Unless explicitly stated, answers to counting problems do not need
to be simplied.
1. [5
Math374 Test #2 18 October 2011
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This teat has 63 Pom-t5 (10 iis per page) 13:11; is scored out of 58 points. Scares are
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Name:
1. [4 points] Expresss 1+4 + 9 ~+'~ - - - +~ in sigma simmation notation (Z
Math374
Test #3
2011 April 20
Name:
Directions: This test has 6 pages, each worth 10 points. The test is scored out of 50 points. Your
lowest scoring page is dropped. Unless explicitly stated, answers to counting problems do not need
to be simplied.
1. [3