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Instructions:
1. Evaluate each exercise separately. Every situation is independent from one another.
2. You must show all calculations that led you to the result. If you do not include the computations not
You will receive full credit even if the result is correct.
*** NOTE *** IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO COMPLETE THE ENTIRE EXERCISE. INCLUDE ALL THE CALCULATIONS, PLEASE. THANK
*** NOTE *** IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO COMPLETE THE ENTIRE EXERCISE. INCLUDE ALL THE CALCULATIONS, PLEASE. THANK.
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