Examples Questions Exam 2 Spring 2008

Examples Questions Exam 2 Spring 2008 - CHEM 0110, Examples...

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1 CHEM 0110, Examples of Questions EXAM 2 Spring 2008 NAME – PRINT CLEARLY:_____________________________ ID #: SIGNATURE: INSTRUCTIONS By signing your name above you indicate that you agree to abide by the University’s Policy on Academic Integrity during this examination; that you value an honest and fair evaluation of all students; that you will neither tolerate nor participate in any action that might compromise that honesty and fairness. You may not refer to any notes other those attached to this examination. You may not use any preprogrammed calculator. Cell phones in your possession must be turned off until you leave the room. No PDAs or laptops are permitted. Code your last name, first initial, and your Student ID number on the bubble sheet. Indicate your answer to the multiple choice questions (1-10) on the bubble sheet using a #2 pencil. Do all your calculations on the exam pages themselves. These must be turned in: you will not receive credit for questions involving numerical problems unless you show your work and your work matches the coded answer on the bubble sheet. Turn in the exam and bubble sheet – bubble sheets with no exam will not be scored. A periodic chart and list of solubility rules are provided at the back of the exam packet.
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CHEM 0110 taught by Professor Petoud during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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Examples Questions Exam 2 Spring 2008 - CHEM 0110, Examples...

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