Exam_4_FORM_A_KEY - 1 F10 Chemistry 15...

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F10 Chemistry 15 FORM A EXAM 4 The University of Arizona              Wayne E. Wesolowski, Ph.D., L. Tori Lockett, Ph.D., Laura Van Dorn, Ph.D., Pollyanna Wikrent M.S.       THERE IS A 3-POINT PENALTY FOR ILLEGIBLE NAMES  or improper scanning information. DIRECTIONS: On the scan sheet   You must use pencil Write and bubble in your UA NetID (the part of your UA email address that is before the @ sign) starting  on the left Bubble in the corresponding test form, A or B Sign where indicated that you have read and understand the directions. Your signature also certifies that you  have used your calculator for numerical calculations only, and have not done anything to violate the academic  integrity code.  *Nothing on the actual exam paper is graded. Only the scan sheet is graded. Your answers will only be graded  if they are on the front and back of the scan sheet, as instructed below. Multiple Choice Questions   Bubble the letter on your scan sheet that corresponds to the choice that best answers the question. Unless noted, there is only one correct choice. If more than one choice is selected the question will be marked  as incorrect. 1
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For questions with numerical values as answers, if there is a slight difference between your answer and the  available choices select the answer that is closest to your calculated value. Always use the correct number of  significant figures and include units in your answer. NOTE:  All multiple choice questions are worth 4 points unless otherwise noted  (100 points total). 1. Which of the following solutions conduct electricity? A. CH 3 OH and water B. K 2 S and water C. C 6 H 12 O 6 and water D. CaCO 3 and water Covalent Soluble in water and produces ions Covalent Insoluble in water 2. The following picture is a representation of a solution of a soluble ionic compound and water. Water is represented by : Choose a possible solute that fits with the above representation? A.
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