· This exam is open book, open notes, and you may use a scientific-graphing calculator. You may not ask

another person for help
in solving any of the problems on the exam.

· The exam has a time limit of 2 hours and 30 minutes.

· For each problem, you must show work that supports your answer
- - NO CEDIT for unsupported work.

You may use a calculator to check
your work but you must include the mathematical methods needed to

obtain any answer you give just as if you didn't have a
calculator.

· Simplify and give exact answers whenever possible. Decimal
approximations to answers that can be given exactly

will not receive
full credit.

· There are 11 problems on the exam worth 10 points each. A
complete (perfect) exam consists of 100 points.

Therefore, you have the
opportunity to earn up to 10 points of extra credit on the exam.

· Solve the problems in the order that is easiest for you. Skip
problems that you find harder and come back to them later.

· RELAX AND GOOD LUCK!

Proctor Information:

· After the exam is over, please make and keep a photo copy of
the students exam and mail the original to

Juha Pohjanpelto, Department
of Mathematics, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR 97331.

· Contacts for Juha Pohjanpelto -- Phone: (541) 737-5156;
E-mail:
juha@math.orst.edu

· Once I receive the exam by mail I will contact you and you can
destroy your copy of the exam.

· Thank you for your help.