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13.06.2016 B Master of Science in Epidemiology Admission Test Summer Term 2016 Please note: This test consists of multiple-choice questions with Fve possible answers each. Only one of these is correct, so please do not choose more than one answer per question. You have 90 minutes to answer the questions. Good luck! IdentiFcation: ____________________ Name: _________________________ Signature: ____________________ Solve the following inequality for x. ln(a) - x > b where ln() denotes the natural logarithm. (Please mark one answer!) x > -b - ln(a) x > -b + ln(a)
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x < -b - ln(a) x < -b + ln(a) None of the above. A woman who regularly participates in a mammography screening program can reduce her risk to die of breast cancer by 25%. Within 10 years, 4 out of 1000 women die of breast cancer. How many women need to be screened in order to prevent one death? (Please mark one answer!) 100 1000 400 4000 4
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