Williams Exam 3 Version A

Williams Exam 3 Version A - CHEM 1310 A/B General Chemistry...

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CHEM 1310 A/B: General Chemistry Georgia Institute of Technology Exam 3, Chapters 13 - 15 November 18, 2009 Williams Section Print Name: ________________________ ________________________ Last Name First Name Teaching Assistant ______________________ Section ________________ "Having read the Georgia Institute of Technology Academic Honor code, I understand and accept my responsibility as a member of the Georgia Tech Community to uphold the Academic Honor Code at all times." "Students are expected to act according to the highest ethical standards. The immediate objective of an Academic Honor Code is to prevent any Students from gaining an unfair advantage over other Students through academic misconduct." " Students must sign the Academic Honor Agreement affirming their commitment to uphold the Honor Code before becoming a part of the Georgia Tech community. The Honor Agreement may reappear on exams and other assignments to remind Students of their responsibilities under the Georgia Institute of Technology Academic Honor Code." "In order for an Academic Honor Code to function, members of the Georgia Tech Community must not tolerate violations of it by anyone. Community members are at their discretion to use any of three options to report suspected Honor Code violations " I have read and understand my responsibilities under the GT Academic Honor code. Signature ____________________________________ 1. This exam has 20 multiple choice questions that are equally weighted at 5 points each. 2. A calculator and a crib sheet (8.5 x 11, front only) are permitted for use during the exam. 3. Complete the scantron card and include your name, your TA, your lecture professor, your GT ID (bubble in the appropriate numbers), and the exam version. All of this material must be submitted to receive credit. 4. Cell phones must be shut off during the exam. 5. A maximum of 50 minutes is allowed for the exam. 6. When you are finished submit your exam to your TA, show your buzz card or other photo ID for identification. 7. You may not leave the exam room until 25 minutes have lapsed. 8. A periodic table is provided at the end of the exam. 9. Only the answers submitted on the scantron card will be graded. 10. There is to be no communication with anyone other than the teaching assistant or instructor until you leave the classroom. 11. Each item is equally weighted at 5 points each. Points will be deducted for not completing the scantron card including version, bubbling in your correct student ID, or identifying your teaching assistant.
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Chem 1310, Sections A&B Exam 3 November 18, 2009 Exam Version A, Williams Initially, a warm brick (the system) is placed in a cold pool of water (the surroundings).
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