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Final exam study_guide_etx_135_2010-1

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Study Guide for ETX 135 Final Exam 2010 Dear Students – The Final Exam will focus on the basics that you would have to understand to answer problems such as those on the midterm, homework, and quizzes, as well as key concepts from the lectures. The following is an indication of what will be stressed in the Final. You should be able to: Describe the steps in risk assessment and what each step entails. Describe how a risk assessor approaches hazard identification, what types of data are evaluated, the basic Hill criteria and what they are used for during Hazard Identification. Define points of departure, the differences among them and why you’d use one over another. Calculate a simple Reference Exposure Level, Reference Dose, or Reference Concentration, using data tables or BMDS results. Understand time adjustment factors for various RELs (acute, 8 hour, chronic) and use of various uncertainty factors when needed.
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