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ENV4001_spr10_q2a - ENV 4001 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS...

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p 1/7 ENV 4001: E NVIRONMENTAL S YSTEMS E NGINEERING Spring 2010 University of South Florida Quiz #2 Civil & Environmental Eng. Wednesday, March 24 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, each with a point value of 20 points. Select any two and skip the third one . The total points possible is 40. 3. If you attempt all three problems, make it clear which ones you want me to grade. Otherwise, I will grade whichever two I feel like; it might not be the ones you had hoped! 4. To maximize your partial credit, show all your work and state your assumptions clearly. I can only assign you partial credit if I can follow what you are doing. 5. Answer each question in the space provided. If you need more space, attach a separate sheet of paper with your name on it. (Hopefully I remembered to bring my stapler….) 6. You are allowed to use your text book, your course notes, or other printed materials. You may not receive help from another person. 7. A hand-held calculator is recommended. Other electronic devices are not permitted. 8. 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. 9. Don’t cheat. Cheating will result in appropriate disciplinary action according to university policy. More importantly, cheating indicates a lack of personal integrity. 10. Please print your name legibly in the space provided below, and turn in this quiz at the end of the period.
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