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Unformatted text preview: Name ______________________________ BILD3 Final Exam Fall 2005 Instructions 1. Be sure to write your name, student ID and section on the first page. 2. Write in pen (or your exam will not be regraded). 3. No points will be given to any answer that is illegible. 4. Show your work for partial credit, when appropriate. 5. On the short answers, explain your answers and give key terms and concepts for full credit. 6. Use this top page to cover your answers. 7. You will have the full 3 hours. This exam has three parts worth 300 points total. Be sure to allocate your time among these sections wisely. Part 1: Multiple choice (90 points total) Part 2: Matching and fill-in-the-blank (80 points total) Part 3: Short answer (130 points total) ____________________________________________________________________________________ _ Do not write below this line. Part 1 _________________ (90 pts) Part 3 34._________________ (17 pts) Part 2 _________________ (20 pts) 35. _________________ (31 pts) _________________ (36 pts) 36. _________________ (22 pts) _________________ (24 pts) 37. _________________ (16 pts) 38. _________________ (21 pts) Extra credit 39. _________________ (19 pts) _________________ (10 pts) 40. _________________ (4 pts) TOTAL _________________ (300 points) 1 Name ______________________________ Section _______________________ Final exam: version 1 (day & time) Student ID _____________________ PART 1: Multiple choice (90 points total) Questions 1-30. Clearly WRITE your answer in the blanks provided. Each multiple choice question is worth 3 points. _____ 1. Radioisotopes are used to date rocks and the fossils. If an organism died 17,100 years ago, how much C 14 remains in comparison to C 12 ? (Half life of C 14 is 5700 years.) A. 1/2 B. 1/4 C. 1/8 D. 1/16 E. 1/32 _____ 2. Louis Pastuers experiments in 1862 concluded that: A. Life can spontaneously arise. B. All life comes from existing life. C. The early building blocks of life existed in earths early environment. D. Early earth had a reducing environment. E. Extraterrestrial life likely exists. _____ 3. Wegners theory of continental drift was supported by the following observations except : A. shapes of continental land masses. B. fossil remains within rocks on what are now separate continents. C. even worldwide distribution of all terrestrial species. D. glacial scraping matched across continents. E. upwelling of magma in regions where continental plates move apart. _____ 4. If a population experiences no migration, is very large, has no mutations, has random mating, and there is no selection, which of the following would you predict? A. The population will evolve very slowly....
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