Fundamentals of Computer Science I: Media Computing (CS151.02 2007F)

Policies for the Final Examination

1. This is a closed book examination. You may not rely on notebooks, papers, textbooks, computers, colleagues, or anything similar. You may, however, refer to one 8.5 x 11 inch, double sided, hand-written, set of notes that you brought to this exam.

2. This is also a paper examination. Answer all problems in pen or pencil on the examination sheets.

3. There are four problems on this examination.

Four correct or mostly-correct solutions will earn you an A. Three correct or mostly-correct solutions will earn you a B. Two correct or mostly-correct solutions will earn you a C. One correct or mostly-correct solution will earn you a D. Zero correct or mostly-correct solutions will earn you an F. Failure to attempt the exam will earn you a 0.

Partially-correct solutions may or may not earn you a higher grade, at the discretion of the grader.

4. Many of the problems ask you to write Scheme code. Although you need not write correct working Scheme code, your code should be of sufficient quality that I can be confident that you would be able to make it work correctly with minimal effort when given access to DrScheme.

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