Practice Test 2 - TEST 2-PRACTICE Points 1 a Tectonic...

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Unformatted text preview: TEST 2-PRACTICE Points 1 a. Tectonic activity along a passive margin b. Tectonic activity along a strike-slip plate boundary c. Upwelling of hot magma d. The young age and low density of crustal rocks in California 2 a. III b. V c. VII d. IX 3 Index tests Compaction tests SPT blow counts Shear wave velocity 4 a unit depth direct runoff b unit area direct runoff c unit time direct runoff 5 A unit hydrograph (UH) developed for a 30-minute storm event S1 has a triangular shape (see fig) and produces a maximum discharge of 100 cfs. Runoff from the unit hydrograph event continues for 1 hr. A 60-minute storm event at an intensity 3 x the intensity of S1 would have The high frequency of earthquakes in California arises from (circle all that apply) Structural earthquake damage typically begins at Modified Mercalli Intensity Site Classes (A=hard rock, B=rock , C=soft rock, etc) for the ASCE-7 Seismic Load Analysis Procedure are differentiated primarily on the basis of The "unit'" in the unit hydrograph represents a b c d e 6 7 8 Binomial Distribution Poisson Distribution From the point of view of seismic design, assuming building separation is adequate in B, which building...
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