2007 mid term

2007 mid term - ER 102 MIDTERM EXAMINATION March 6, 2007

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ER 102 Harte/Hallstein/Fripp/Bushey MIDTERM EXAMINATION March 6, 2007 This exam is closed books and notes but you may use a 2 sided crib-sheet. The problems are assigned points that add up to 80. By coincidence, you also have 80 minutes to do the exam, so you would be wise to allocate your time accordingly -- roughly one minute per point. Show all your work so you can get partial credit for “right idea but wrong answer”. If you need a number that you can’t find or remember or derive, define a symbol for it and express your answer in terms of that symbol. Then take a guess at its value -- it can’t hurt -- and substitute it in. If you don’t have time to complete a problem but think you know how to do it, describe the steps; that way we have an excuse to give you partial credit. Circle or underline your final numerical answer. Please write your answers in a bluebook.
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ER 102 Harte/Hallstein/Fripp/Bushey Spring, 2007 Midterm Examination 1. The metabolic rates of all creatures, from whales to microorganisms, scales roughly in
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