## Structure of the Exam

The exam will cover sections 1, 2, 3, and 6 in Chapter 1. There will be a few (3-5) short answer questions testing your understanding of definitions, and two slightly longer "proof" questions. One will involve applying the concept of a **cut**, and the other will involve the **least upper bound** property. Proofs will be graded for both correctness/completeness and style/clarity. In particular, I am looking for "long sentence" style proofs and correct logical order.

A solution to problem 38, and submissions to the glossary, will also be factored into your exam grade.

## Resources

The only authorized resource for the exam will be the Glossary created by the class. I will print this out and provide copies to the class.

## Preparing for the Exam

To prepare for the exam, add/edit the Glossary. Make sure that you can do all problems on the sample exam. Review proof-writing techniques.

## Grading

This exam is worth 10% of your final grade. Part of your exam grade will go to your submissions to the glossary, and part will go to submission of a solution to problem 38. In full, the exam will be scored out of 100 and each section will be worth:

**Short answer:**25-35 points**Proofs:**40-50 points**Problem 38:**20 points**Glossary:**5 points

*Up to five bonus points may be given for additions to the glossary above and beyond the required amount (2).*