The text and the solution of a representative sample exam can be downloaded from the Learn@WU platform. The exam will take place in the last session of the course (for details including date, time and place see the course catalogue on the homepage of WU. Make sure to have with you a pocket calculator and the "List of Formulas for the Exam" (included in the course materials; only the original list without any modifications or additions may be used).
You are allowed to use pocket calculators that are able to solve numerical differential equations, to calculate standard deviation and mean. E.g., you are allowed to use the following calculators:
Texas Instruments: TI-30 series, TI-34, TI-106, TI-BAII PLUS;
Sharp: EL-500M, EL-501W, EL-509W, EL-510R, EL-520G, EL-520W, EL-531W,
EL-531WH, EL-531X, EL-733A, EL-735;
Casio: FX-82, FX-82ES Plus, FX-82 MS, SL-82SX, FX-83GT Plus, FX-85MS, FX-86DE PLUS, FX-92B, FX-115D, FX-220, FX-350MS, SL-450L, FX-992s;
HP: HP 10 Bii, HP 12C, HP 17 Bii Plus;
KARCE Kc 186 Scientific Calculator;
Sencor SEC 183
You are not allowed to use pocket calculators that have a memory function (with add-ins), calculators that calculate matrices, calculators that perform symbolic differentiation, calculators that include financial mathematical functions, calculators that can be programmed or calculators that can solve linear equations. Mobile phones with calculator function, laptops and tablet PCs are not allowed either. Examples of pocket calculators that are not allowed:
Texas Instruments: TI-68, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83 Plus, TI 84 PLUS, TI-89, Voyage 200;
Sharp: EL-506W, EL-512 H, EL-546L, EL-546X, EL-5120, EL-9450, EL-9650/9600c, EL-9900;
Casio: FX-50 FH, FX-570ES, FX-991ES, FX-991MS, FX-3650, FX-4500PA, FX-4800P, FX-5500LA, FX-7400G Plus, FX-9750G Plus, ClassPad 300, Algebra FX20 Plus, FX 1.0 Plus, CFX-9850GB Plus;
Even though use of the EXCEL Solver is an integral part of this class, you will not use a laptop or the EXCEL Solver during the exam. So you do not have to apply the Solver at the exam. However, you may be required to describe verbally how you would operate with the Solver.