What to expect on a quiz...

Professor: Erika L.C. King
Email: eking@hws.edu
Office: Lansing 304
Phone: (315) 781-3355

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Types of questions you might see

Note that this is NOT meant to be an exhaustive list, but should give you a good idea of they types of questions I typically will ask on short quizzes throughout the semester. The quiz is meant to be 10-15 minutes long and so you should be able to answer most of these quickly.

  1. Draw a graph with property A and property B.
  2. Draw a graph with property A but without property B.
  3. Define the term "blah".
  4. State the theorem about "blah" and "blah"; or complete the statement of a theorem.
  5. Given this graph, find a "thingamajig".
  6. Given this graph, does it have property C.
  7. Give an example of a graph with property A and B or explain why no such example exists.
  8. Provide a short proof of a statement.


Hobart and William Smith Colleges: Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Erika L.C. King