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Chem101Second exam - Chemistry 101, Section 001, Friday,...

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Chemistry 101, Section 001, Friday, Oct. 16, 2009 Second Examination page 1 Do not open until told to do so by instructor.
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Chemistry 101, Section 001, Friday, Oct. 16, 2009 Second Examination page 3 Instructions Read the instructions. Read, understand, and sign the pledge on the answer sheet, now. Put your name and PID on the answer sheet, now. Write your answers on the answer sheet provided. Stop working when told to do so by the instructor. Turn in only the answer sheets. Other sheets will not be graded. There are 20 questions. Each question is worth 5 points. Make sure you have all the questions and an answer sheet. Unless noted otherwise, limit each answer to 25 words or fewer (-1 point for every word over the limit). Numbers and units do not count as words. If I cannot read your answer it is wrong. Calculators are not allowed. Except where indicated, full credit will be given for setting up the problem, showing the dimensional analysis (including the units of the answer), and giving the number of significant figures in the answer. Please take these sheets and the periodic table with you when you leave the exam. Important information:
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