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ME 200 – Thermodynamics I Name: ______________________________ Fall 2010 (Last) (First) Thermo Number: _____________________ CIRCLE YOUR LECTURE BELOW Div. 1 – 7:30 am Div. 2 – 8:30 am Div. 3 – 10:30 am Naik Mongia Frankel Div. 4 – 1:30 pm Div. 5 – 3:30 pm Lopez Pourpoint EXAM 1 INSTRUCTIONS This is a closed book and closed notes exam . Answer as many questions as you can in the allotted time. Do not hesitate to ask questions if you do not understand a problem statement. For your own benefit, please write clearly and legibly. Maximum credit for each problem is indicated below. To receive full credit for a problem, you must follow instructions, show all work, and write the answers in the appropriate boxes. For Problems 1 and 2, significant credit will be given if you start with the basic equation(s), list all assumption(s), and illustrate the method by which you propose to solve the problem correctly. Some parts of Problem 3 will be given no partial credit. Do not write on the back of any page. Material on the back of a page may not be graded. If additional pages are needed, ask for additional pages. Insert the extra pages in their proper order and staple them to the exam. The use of PDAs, Blackberry-type devices, cell phones, laptop computers, or any other sources of communication (wireless or otherwise) are strictly prohibited during examinations. Doing so is cheating. If you bring a cell phone or other communication
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