1015fall2007 test 1KEY

1015fall2007 test 1KEY - Name CHEM 1015 TEST 1 SEPTEMBER 6,...

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Name                                                                                                                                                                                                         CHEM 1015 TEST 1 SEPTEMBER 6, 2007 Read these questions carefully, choose the best answer to each, and fill in the appropriate dot on your opscan.  Use a  number 2 pencil.  You must hand in this test paper with your opscan if you wish to receive a grade for the test.  Make  sure you record your ID # correctly on your opscan AND write your name on the opscan and on the test as well.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1. Scientific knowledge is absolute and beyond argument. 1. true 2. false**** 2. In the opinion of your chemistry instructor, chemistry is the most complicated of sciences  with  respect to the numbers of variables addressed within experiments. 1. true 2. false***** 3. Thomas Sowell stated that, “Students are often in no position to judge relevance until  long after the fact.”  Your chemistry lecture instructor 1. completely agrees with Mr. Sowell and subsequently considers  it an important part of her job to determine ‘relevant’ topics  and ideas to present to her students. 2. agrees with Mr. Sowell somewhat, but also believes that  students enter the classroom as unique individuals who have  a good sense of what is personally relevant. ..or not.**** 3. strongly disagrees with Mr. Sowell.  She sees no value in his  statement. 4. The fact that 10 g of hydrogen always combines with 80 g of oxygen to form 90 g  of  water,  illustrates the law of                                                                                . 1. atomicity 2. multiple proportions 3. discontinuity 4. constant composition** 5. The fact that 20 ml of hydrogen combines with 160 ml of oxygen to form water   and that  20 ml of hydrogen  can also react with 80 ml of oxygen (under different conditions) to form  hydrogen peroxide, illustrates the law  of                                     . 1.
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