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### Review for Exam I, ATOC 1050, Fall 2008

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for Review Exam I, ATOC 1050, Fall, 2008 The exam is on Friday, Sept. 19. It is worth 100 points. Questions are multiple choice and true/false. It is over chapters 1-4 in Rauber plus the radiation supplemental notes. Expect to read charts, maps, and diagrams as well as answer questions over material covered in class. You will NOT be asked questions over material that we didnt cover in class. I made this review...

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