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\begin{document}
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\begin{Question}{10}
Let $\vec{f}(x,y,z) = (y^2z, y^3, xz)$, let
$V \subseteq \mathbb{R}^3$ be given by $-1 \le x \le 1$,
$-1 \le y \le 1$, $0 \le z \le 2$, and let $S = \partial V$ be the
boundary of $V$. What is the value of the following surface
integral? [Hint: use the divergence theorem.]
$$ \iint_S \vec{f} \cdot \vec{n}\,\, dS$$
\end{Question}
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\begin{Answer}
$2\pi$
\end{Answer}
\begin{AnswerTrue}
8
\end{AnswerTrue}
\begin{Answer}
$\infty$
\end{Answer}
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\begin{Question}{5}
How many inversions are there in the list below?
\begin{center}
\includegraphics{exampleFigure.pdf}
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\end{Question}
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\begin{Answer}
15
\end{Answer}
\begin{Answer}
17
\end{Answer}
\begin{AnswerTrue}
19
\end{AnswerTrue}
\begin{Answer}
21
\end{Answer}
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\begin{QuestionMultipleAnswers}{7}{Yes;No}
For which of the inputs below does the following circuit produce an
output of 1?
\begin{center}
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\matrix[column sep=7mm]
{
\node (i0) {$x$}; & & \\
& \node [xor gate] (a1) {}; & \\
\node (i1) {$y$}; & & \node [and gate] (o) {};\\
& \node [or gate] (a2) {}; & \\
\node (i2) {$z$}; & & \\
};
\draw (i0.east) -- ++(right:3mm) |- (a1.input 1);
\draw (i1.east) -- ++(right:3mm) |- (a1.input 2);
\draw (i1.east) -- ++(right:3mm) |- (a2.input 1);
\draw (i2.east) -- ++(right:3mm) |- (a2.input 2);
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\end{center}
\end{QuestionMultipleAnswers}
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\begin{AnswerTrue}
$(x,y,z) = (1,0,1)$
\end{AnswerTrue}
\begin{Answer}
$(x,y,z) = (0,0,0)$
\end{Answer}
\begin{AnswerTrue}
$(x,y,z) = (0,1,0)$
\end{AnswerTrue}
\begin{Answer}
$(x,y,z) = (1,0,0)$
\end{Answer}
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