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Exam #1 - example - Name 1(20 4(15 CHE 3170 Fall 20xx...

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Name: _____________________________ 1. (20) ___ 4. (15) ___ CHE 3170 2. (10) ___ 5. (20) ___ Fall, 20xx Exam #1 3. (15) ___ 6. (20) ___ Total ____ 1. ( 20 points ) Circle "T" if you believe a statement to be true; circle "F" if you believe it to be false. a) The "natural environment" may be defined as any ecosystem that has not been modified for human use. T F b) "Pollution" may be defined as any adverse affect on the quality of the natural environment. T F c) "Environmental Engineering" may be defined as that branch of engineering concerned only with design and operation of equipment and facilities to prevent damage to the natural environment. T F 2. ( 10 points ) As human population increases, the quantity of wastes generated will tend to increase. Consider what might happen if the population density in Melbourne doubled in the next twenty years: a) Describe one adverse affect of such an increase in waste generation on the environment (in Melbourne). b) Briefly describe one method that might be used to minimize the effect described in part (a). 3. ( 15
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