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Unformatted text preview: NAME:_______________________________ LAB SECTION ________________ Page 1 of 6 EAS 1600 - INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES < Answer all Questions < Show your work < Relevant formulas, etc, are included at the end of the exam < Place your name on each page < This is a closed-book exam; all are expected to comply with Georgia Tech Honor Code I am aware and in compliance with the Georgia Tech Honor Code Signature: ____________________________________________________________ NAME:_______________________________ LAB SECTION ________________ Page 2 of 6 Answer questions 1 - 7 by completing each sentence by inserting one of the following into the blanks: “increase”, “decrease”, or “remain the same”. 1. [5 Pts] As the population FIRST moves from rural areas to urban areas the birth rate will __ remain the same __________. 2. [5 Pts] As the frequency of a wave of electromagnetic radiation increases, its wavelength will __ decrease __________. 3. [5 Pts] As the population FIRST moves from rural areas to urban areas the death rate will ___ decrease _________. 4. [5 Pts] As the temperature of a star increases its radiative flux will __ increase _______. 5. [5 Pts] As the temperature of a star increases, the albedo of an orbiting planet will __________ remain the same ___. 6. [5 Pts] As the concentration of greenhouse gases in a planet’s atmosphere increases, the planet’s effective temperature will tend to __ remain the same ___....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course EAS 1600 taught by Professor Jimstjohn during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.
- Spring '08