Pre-Review_Exercise Math Energy

Pre-Review_Exercise Math Energy - Math Review: Pre-Review...

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Math Review: Pre-Review Exercise MAP-UA 203 NATURAL SCIENCE I: ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT SPRING 2012 PRE-REVIEW EXERCISE NAME: ______________________________________ DATE: _______________________ LAB SECTION (day/time): _____________________ INSTRUCTOR: _________________ Instructions: This exercise provides practice with several types of quantitative reasoning skills that we will use in the course. Complete this exercise and submit it to your lab instructor at the beginning of the math review session next week. Your answers must be written neatly, arranged in a logical sequence, and include all appropriate units – these qualities will be considered when grading your assignment. It is advisable to work out the answer on scrap paper first before submitting the final version. Attach another blank sheet of paper if you need extra space for your calculation Question: Our discussions about the air we breathe, the ozone layer, and global warming will involve concepts of volume and concentration. In this regard, it is useful to know the volume of the atmosphere as well as
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course CHEM 300 taught by Professor Harrybrenner during the Spring '12 term at NYU.

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