F03ex2 - Chemistry 230002 Second Examination Name(please...

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Chemistry 230–002 Second Examination October 23, 2003 Name (please PRINT LEGIBLY) (last) (first) Student ID # Problem Score 1. (a-d) /20 2. (a-f) /30 3. (a-e) /25 4. (a–c) /15 5. (a-b) /10 Total /100 Please observe the following. 1) Write LARGE and LEGIBLY. 2) Read each question carefully before answering. Many points are never awarded on every exam because students do not read the instructions. 3) Explanations muct be clear, coherent, and unambiguous to receive credit. 4) For questions with multiple parts, be consistent. Your answer to a later part will be graded based on the earlier part being correct, whether or not it actually is. For example, suppose I asked the following questions: (a) What is the hybridization of methane? (5 pts) (b) What is the H–C–H bond angle? (5 pts) Three students gave the following answers: Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 (a) sp 2 2 3 (b) 120° 109° Score: 0 pts + 5 pts 0 pts + 0 pts 5 pts + 5 pts Student 1 correctly answered (b) given her answer for (a). Student 2 incorrectly answered (b) given his answer for (a), even though (b) is formally correct. Student 3 correctly answered both (a) and (b) and got full credit for the question.
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This note was uploaded on 07/04/2008 for the course CHEM 230 taught by Professor Grossman during the Spring '08 term at Kentucky.

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F03ex2 - Chemistry 230002 Second Examination Name(please...

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