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ENV4001_s11_q1a - ENV 4001 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS...

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p 1/7 ENV 4001: E NVIRONMENTAL S YSTEMS E NGINEERING Spring 2011 University of South Florida Quiz #1 Civil & Environmental Eng. Wednesday, February 16 Prof. J.A. Cunningham Instructions: 1. You may read these instructions, but do not turn the page or begin working until instructed to do so. 2. This quiz contains three questions, with a total of 40 points possible. Some questions might have multiple parts. The point value of each question is indicated. 3. Unit conversion factors and other potentially-useful information is provided on the back of this page. 4. Answer each question in the space provided. If you need more space, work on the back of the page. 5. Show your work and state any important assumptions you make. I cannot award partial credit if I can’t follow what you did. 6. Report a reasonable number of significant digits in your answers. 7. Include units in your answers. An answer without proper units is not correct! 8. You are allowed to use your text book, your course notes, or other printed materials. You may not receive help from another person. 9. A hand-held calculator is recommended. Other electronic devices are not permitted. 10. Time limit: 40 minutes. Stop working when asked. If you continue working after time has been called, you will be penalized at a rate of 1 point per minute. 11. Don’t cheat. Cheating will result in appropriate disciplinary action according to university policy. More importantly, cheating indicates a lack of personal integrity.
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