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MAT 240
This IS NOT intended to be a complete list of possible questions but intended to give you an
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Chapter 3 Homework
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Complete the following table: (show work on back for each one for full credit!)
Frequency, (s-1)
5.67 x 1014 s-1
Wavelength, (m)
Energy, E (kJ)
120 m
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Chapter 2 Homework Practice
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8. Write each of the following events as a set and compute its probability
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