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\firstrule This exam consists of five problems. It is due at the beginning of
class on Monday, June~22, 2015.
\rule You may open the envelope containing the problems whenever you wish, but
when you do so you are beginning the exam. From then until class on Monday, you
are bound by these rules.
\rule You may not discuss these problems or other topics from this course with
anyone else after you begin the exam.
\rule If you have questions during the exam, including questions about these
rules, you may ask me (Brian) either in person or via e-mail. You may not ask
anyone else, including Michael.
\rule You may use the textbook, your course notes, your completed problem sets,
and the resources on the course Web page. You may use Maple, the pivoting tool
linked from the course Web page, and a calculator. You may not use any other
external resources or tools.
\rule Justify everything. The justification is often more important than the
answer itself. If you use Maple, include a printout. If you can't figure out
the answer, describe your thought process and what you have figured out;
partial credit will be given. Clearly state any assumptions you make.