Chaa. 1 Questions and Probl~rrrs 29 Here photograph\ and ichernatics of the equiprnenr along with the feed rate\. reactor sizes. and principal renotlons are also discussed in the PRS. CIUEST1ONS AND PROBLEMS I wish I had an answer for that, because I'm getting tired of answering that question. Yogi Berra. New York Yankees Spnrrs Illi~str(lterl, June 1 I, 1 984 The subscript to each af the problem numben ind~cates the level of difficulty: A, leaxt difficult: D. most dlfficulr. In each of the questions and problems below, rather than just drawing a box around your enwer. write a sentence or two describing how you solved the problem, the assurnp- tions you made, the reasonableness of )our answer, what you learned, and any other facts that you want to include. You may wish no refer to W. /.trunk and E. 8. White. The El~ntenrs SMe. 4th Ed. (New York: Macrnillan, 2000) and Joseph M. Williams, Stvke: Ten Lessons in Clarity & Gmcc, 6th Ed. (Glcnview, Ill.: Scott, Foresman, 1999) to enhance the quality of your sentences.
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