**Location:**223 Gregory Hall**Time:**Wednesday, April 25, 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM

- The quiz will cover all content from the beginning of the course until the day of the quiz. Review the class schedule for a detailed list of topics and readings. For Quiz II, emphasis will be placed on topics seen after Quiz I.
- The quiz will measure your understanding of the course concepts. This includes core
`R`

programming concepts seen in class.

- You will be given a full
**50 minutes**to write the quiz. - The quiz may contain a combination of multiple choice and free-response questions.
- The review problems posted on the course website are a good indicator of the type of questions to expect. Be prepared to perform similar calculations.

**Writing utensil**.- Please no red pen.

**Calculator**. A graphing calculator is useful but not necessary. Your calculator should be able to perform:- Combinations.
- Exponents.
- Logarithms.
- Etc.

- All answers must be reasonably simplified. Answers cannot contain combinations, they must be calculated.
- Where appropriate, decimals answers should contain
**four**significant digits. - Where appropriate, final answers must be written in the space provided.
- Grading will be done as follows:
- A correct answer, supported by correct calculations and explanations will receive
**full credit**. - An incorrect answer supported by substantially correct calculations and explanations will receive proportionally appropriate
**partial credit**. - A correct answer, unsupported by calculations, explanation, or algebraic work will receive
**no credit**.

- A correct answer, supported by correct calculations and explanations will receive
- If you arrive late,
*you must find a seat before you are given an quiz*. Find a seat and raise your hand. **Do not mark on your quiz after time has been called.***Failure to adhere to this policy will likely result in an quiz grade of 0.*- Anything you write in a few seconds after time has been called could gain you at most 1-2 points because of the partial credit policy. So, is it worth the risk?
- With one minute left, the most important thing you can do is check that your name and NetID are on your quiz

**Do not speak to your classmates until you have left the room after you have completed the quiz**. This continues to apply after time has been called.

In short, **donâ€™t cheat**. Keep your eyes on your own quiz Any violation will be punished as harshly as possible.