Quiz 1 2006 key

Quiz 1 2006 key - c Dr Donald Bourque d Dr Lisa Elfring 7...

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Quiz 1 Fall 2006 Bio 181, Sections 7, 8H Key Correct answers are highlighted in Bold font. 1. True or False: The final exam can be taken anytime during finals week. False: We have a common final and it is very important that you plan to take it at the designated time! 2. True or False: You can make up missed midterrn exams any time you want. False! Unless you have a dean’s excused absence or a documented medical excuse, you will not be able to make up a midterm exam . 3. True or False: You may use your cell phone or PDA to look up answers during the midterm exams. False! No electronic devices will be allowed during examinations. 4. True or False: The midterm exams, but not the final, are open-book, open-note. True! 5. True or False: The final exam will be cumulative. True! 6. The instructors for this course are: (Choose all correct answers) a. Dr. Robert Leonard b. Dr. Susan Jorstad
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Unformatted text preview: c. Dr. Donald Bourque d. Dr. Lisa Elfring 7. When is the best time to study for this class? a. A few days before the exams b. The night before the exam c. Regularly, and at least after each lecture d. No need to study, the exams are open-note. 8. What kind of subatomic particles are MOST important for chemical bonding? a. Quarks b. Protons c. Electrons d. Neutrons 9. Which of the following is true of the strength of chemical bonds: a. Ionic > covalent > hydrogen b. Hydrogen > covalent > ionic c. Covalent = ionic = hydrogen d. Covalent > ionic = hydrogen 10. Why does solid ice float in liquid water? a. Because liquid water is less dense than the solid b. Because all liquids are less dense than their solids c. Because liquid water is more dense than its solid d. Because all liquids are more dense than their solids...
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