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The information posted here have associated course/class numbers from the University of Calgary. However, some of these courses are no longer offered or the content has been significantly changed. You can still use this database for information. Please read the title and any descriptions provided below to navigate to what you need. For example, if you need information on general Geology, try GLGY 201 questions database.

Science (non-Geology)

ANTH 201 – Anthropology – Primatology & Human Evolution


Exam(s):
Final

ANTH 303 – Anthropology – Business In Cultural Context


Exam(s):
Moidterm I
Midtrem II
Final

BIOL 205 – Biology – The Organization and Diversity of Life


Exam(s):
Midterm I
Midterm II
Midterm III
Final Exam

CPSC 217 – Computer Science – Intro for Multidisciplinary Studies


Exam(s):
Midterm and Final (Basic mode)

Arts

ECON 201 – Principles of Microeconomics


Exam(s):
Midterm
Final Exam

ECON 203 – Principles of Macroeconomics


Exam(s):
Midterm I
Midterm II
Final Exam

GEOG 213 – Geography World Affairs


Exam(s):
Midterm I
Midterm II
Final Exam

Geology

GLGY 201 – Principles of Geoscience


Exam(s):
Midterm
Final

GLGY 203


Exam(s):
Read under GLGY 201, 311 and 323

GLGY 311 – Minerals and Rocks


Exam(s):
Midterm | Final

Resources:
All Lab Samples
Photomicrographs of Minerals
Ore Minerals and Rocks
Types of Ore Deposits
Mineral Identification Chart

GLGY 323 – Geochemical Processes


Exam(s):
Final

GLGY 341 – Structural – Mechanical Principles


Exam(s):
Midterm (Basic mode)
Final

Resources:
Construction of Mohr Circles
Stereographic Projection
Stress and Failure Envelope Analysis
Fault Displacement Vectors
Geometry of Folds

GLGY 381 – Stratigraphy and Sedimentation


Exam(s):
Midterm I & II
Final

Resources:
Midterm Lab Samples
Final Lab Samples

GOPH 355 – Exploration Geophysics


Exam(s):
Midterm I & II (Basic mode) | Final

GLGY 401 – Physical Hydrogeology


Exam(s):
Midterm
Final

GLGY 423 – Mineralogy II


Exam(s):
Midterm
Final

Resources:
Mineralogy Media Library
Lab Final Exam Cheat Sheet-v2.7 (PDF file)
Interference Figures

GLGY 443 – Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology


Exam(s):
Midterm – Igneous
Final – Metamorphic

Resources:
Petrology Media Library
Mineral Identification Chart v 3.7

GLGY 449 – Petrophysical Techniques


Exam(s):
Midterm

GLGY 461 – Sedimentary Petrology


Exam(s):
Midterm

Resources:
Sedimentary Petrology Media Library

GLGY 491 – Paleobiology and Evolutionary Theory


Exam(s):
Midterm I (Basic mode)
Midterm II (Basic mode)
Final

Resources:
Microfossils
Paleobiological Hierarchy
Introduction to Paleobiology (includes an id steps chart)
Evolutionary Family Trees in Paleobiology

GLGY 527 – Ore Deposits


Resources:
Ore Minerals

GLGY 535 – Early Earth Evolution


Exam(s):
Midterm
Final Exam

GLGY 561 – Sequence Stratigraphy


Exam(s):
Final Exam

GLGY 571 – Engineering Geology


Exam(s):
Midterm

GLGY 577 – Petroleum Geology


Exam(s):
Midterm

GLGY 597 – Geostatistics


Exam(s):
Fundamental Questions

Resources:
Equations

GOPH 559 – Geophysical Interpretation


Exam(s):
Midterm
Final Exam


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Alberta Driver’s Licence Class-5/7 GDL Quiz

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Anthropology 201 Final-University of Calgary

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Anthropology 201 Midterm II -University of Calgary

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Anthropology 201-University of Calgary

Anthropology 201 – Introduction to Primatology and Human Evolution. The Midterm I only covers materials from Chapter 1 to 4. The subjects include Adaptation by Natural Selection, Genetics, Modern Synthesis and Speciation and Phylogeny. Spending on your professor and class number, some or all questions may or may not appear on your exam. Disclaimer: While …

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Anthropology 303 Final-University of Calgary

Anthropology 303 – Business In Cultural Context Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact …

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Anthropology 303 Midterm II-University of Calgary

Anthropology 303 – Business In Cultural Context Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact …

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Anthropology 303-University of Calgary

Anthropology 303 – Business In Cultural Context Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact …

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Biology 205 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Basic concepts: cell structure and functions, diffusion, permeability, energy, enzymes, cell division, cell cycle, mitosis, meiosis, caner, chromosomes, DNA and RNA replication / translation / transcription, mutations, genetic diseases, inheritance, molecular genetics, proteins, amino acids, polymers, etc. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for …

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Biology 205 Midterm II-University of Calgary

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Biology 205 Midterm III-University of Calgary

Basic concepts: molecular biology, DNA, RNAs, chemical bonds, importance of water, chemical reactions, organic compounds, carbohydrates, lipids, cholesterol, proteins, amino acids, fats, steroids, emulsifiers, etc. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof …

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Biology 205-University of Calgary

Basic concepts: basic biological themes, hierarchy of organisms, diversity and domains, genetics and evolution, adaptations, fossil record and early life, geology, reproduction, genome and speciation. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof …

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Canadian Citizenship Test

This Canadian Citizenship Test (Exam) Questions and Answers are created for practice only. There is no time limit on this practice citizenship test. However, during the government exam, you will be required to complete it in a set time interval. If you find the English language which this practice Canadian citizenship test is written to …

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Communications Studies 201-University of Calgary

This is an introductory level Communications Studies course. Therefore, the concepts are geared towards someone who never have studied the subject. These are for the entire course and not specifically written for any classes. Following materials are based on wonderful notes provided by Dr. Richard Sutherland and his TAs during Fall 2010 season. If you …

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Computer Science 217 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Computer Science 217 – Introduction to Python Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact …

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Computer Science 217-University of Calgary

Computer Science 217 – Introduction to Python The database of questions will be available online for future students up to 10 years (published August 2012) or till the database crash or when Python 3 language rules are significantly updated. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no …

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Computer Science 217-University of Calgary-Basic

Computer Science (CPSC 217-UCAL) Final Exam 1. Which of the following operation is most destructive in used improperly? A. inf = open (“file_name.txt”, “r”) B. inf = open (“file_name.txt”, “e”) C. inf = open (“file_name.txt”, “w”) D. inf = open (“file_name.txt”, “a”) 2. Which type of data sorting technique is built into Python 3 functions …

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Economics 201 Final Exam-University of Calgary

The final exam is cumulative but with greater emphasis on the last half of the class. The following quiz only cover the materials after the midterm exam. However, please try both quizzes when studying for the final. Go to: Midtrem I Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Ronald Schlenker during Summer …

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Economics 201-University of Calgary

Economics 201 is the Principles of Microeconomics class. Depending on the Professor, the exams format may or may not be multiple choice. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites …

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Economics 203 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Economics 203 is the Principles Of Macroeconomics class. Depending on the Professor, the exams format may or may not be multiple choice. This quiz only covers materials from Chapters 9, 10, 11, 14, 15 and 16 from 6th Canadian Edition of Principles of Macroeconomics by Mankiw, Kneebone and McKenzie. You may try Midterm I and …

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Economics 203 Midterm II-University of Calgary

Economics 203 is the Principles Of Macroeconomics class. Depending on the Professor, the exams format may or may not be multiple choice. This quiz only covers materials from Chapters 7 and 8 from 6th Canadian Edition of Principles of Macroeconomics by Mankiw, Kneebone and McKenzie. You may try Midterm I and Final exams for questions …

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Supply-Demand

Economics 203-University of Calgary

Economics 203 is the Principles Of Macroeconomics class. Depending on the Professor, the exams format may or may not be multiple choice. This quiz only covers materials from Chapters 5 and 6 from 6th Canadian Edition of Principles of Macroeconomics by Mankiw, Kneebone and McKenzie. You may try Midterm II and Final exams for questions …

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Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act

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Geography 213 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Geography 213 – Geography World Affairs Regions covered in Midterm I: South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Ocean. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and …

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Geography 213 Midterm II-University of Calgary

Geography 535 – Geography World Affairs Regions covered in Midterm II: Middle America, South America, Southwest Asia, North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. The in-class exam also will be in multiple choice format. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of …

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Geography 213-University of Calgary

Geography 535 – Geography World Affairs Regions covered in Midterm I: Europe, Former USSR and Middle America. The in-class exam also will be in multiple choice format. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes …

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Geologic Time Scale (2010)

Geology 201 Final Exam-University of Calgary

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Geologic Time Scale (2010)

Geology 201-University of Calgary

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Geology 202 Final Exam-University of Calgary

GLGY 202 – Applications of Geoscience Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me …

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Geology 202-University of Calgary

GLGY 202 – Applications of Geoscience Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me …

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Geology 311 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Mr. William Matthews. You may download the PDF version of the entire exam here. Some of the lab samples and mineral data | Click here Mineral Identification Mineral Identification chart with few minerals for first and second year students. If you would like to download the …

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Geology 311-University of Calgary

Go to: Final Exam Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Mr. William Matthews Some of the lab samples and mineral data | Click here Basic Mineralogy Concepts Mineral Identification Mineral Identification chart with few minerals for first and second year students. If you would like to download the PDF file, please right …

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Geology 323 Final-University of Calgary

← Back to Exams and Quizzes Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Rajeev Nair during Winter 2012.FAQ | Report an Error Concepts and Additional Questions for Winter 2012 Final -What is secular equilibrium? -Which step defines the rate of uranium decay once it has reached secular equilibrium? -How isotopic fractionation is …

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Geology 323 Midterm II-University of Calgary

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Geology 323-University of Calgary

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Geology 341 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Bernard Guest during Winter 2013.FAQ | Report an Error Information is provided “as it is” and sanuja.com takes NO responsibility for the accuracy. 5 point questions: Contrasting two concepts Andersonian and non-Andersonian deformation In Andersonian faults, both maximum and minimum principal stresses are horizontal or …

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Geology 341-University of Calgary

Go to: Final Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Bernard Guest during Winter 2013.FAQ | Report an Error Structural Geology Concepts Strong skills in geometry, trigonometry, calculus, spatial visualization and sometimes structural engineering is very helpful in this field of study. Use of Stereonet Key terms: Strike: azimuthal (bearing) relative to …

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Geology 341-University of Calgary-Basic

Geology (GLGY 341-UCAL) Midterm Exam 1. What is the fault separation distance between a stratigraphic section? A. fault distance B. stratigraphic separation C. unit separation D. unit distance E. fault separation 2. By referring to the following matrix, if F33 is the only (and one and only) one that underwent change, what type of strain …

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Geology 381 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me as soon as possible. Please indicate …

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Geology 381 Midterm II-University of Calgary

Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me as soon as possible. Please indicate …

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Geology 381-University of Calgary

Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me as soon as possible. Please provide …

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Geology 401 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me as soon as possible. Please indicate …

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Geology 401-University of Calgary

This class is an optional Geology course. Since it is a 400-level class, I assume that you have the prior background in first (and second) year Physics classes and Geology classes(381). Go to: Final Exam Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Edwin Cey during Fall 2013.FAQ | Report an Error

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Geology 423 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Go to: Midterm Exam You may download this exam as a PDF file here. Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Sytle Antao during Fall 2013. FAQ | Report an Error. Point group animation test run Lab final cheat sheet

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Geology 423-University of Calgary

Go to: Final Exam This class is an extension of Geology 311 – Minerals and Rocks. Most of the fundamental content is same for both classes. Therefore, I recommend that you read the following pages; Geology 311 Geology 311 – Final Most of the questions in the following quiz are key concepts in this class. …

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Geology 443 Igneous-University of Calgary

Igneous Petrology This is an “extension” of Geology 311 (Mineralogy and Rocks) at the University of Calgary. The foundation for these two particular subjects can be found in Geology 311 Midterm and Geology 311 Final pages. Other 300 and 400-level classes such as Structural Geology and Advanced Mineralogy will also help you out. On this …

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Geology 443 Metamorphic-University of Calgary

Metamorphic Petrology Visit this page for Igneous Petrology You may download this exam as a PDF file here. Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Igneous: Dr. Rajeev Nair and Metamorphic: Dr. David Pattison during Winter 2014. FAQ | Report an Error Study Questions (Dr. Dave’s questions) Additional contributors: Hue Jass, Shawn Sun, …

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Geology 449 Midterm II-University of Calgary

Petrophysical Techniques Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me as soon as possible. …

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Geology 449-University of Calgary

Petrophysical Techniques; Geology/Geophysics 449 Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me as soon …

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Geology 461 Final Exam-University of Calgary

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Geology 461 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Please note the materials prior to the midterm exam is not part of this quiz questions set. Refer to the midterm sample set here for materials before midterm. Final exam covers every dam thing we ever learned in this class. Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Rudi Meyer during Winter 2014.FAQ …

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Geology 461-University of Calgary

Sedimentary Petrology Go to: Final Exam The following quiz assumes that you have the background knowledge from GLGY 491. For additional questions specific to organisms, please check Geology 491 materials. Most concepts related to 491 class has been omitted from this quiz. Attention: Application questions Please be aware that you may come across difficult questions. …

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Geology 491 Final Exam-University of Calgary

GLGY 491 – Paleobiology Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me as soon …

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Geology 491 Midterm I-University of Calgary

Go to: Midterm II | Final Since it is a 400-level class, I assume that you have the prior background in first (and second) year Geology classes. Note that I have separated all Protistans related questions into a separate exam database (second quiz). You may download this exam as a PDF file here. You may …

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Geology 491 Midterm II-University of Calgary

This is a quiz database made by a student. While the class notes from the University of Calgary have been used as reference materials, this website has no affiliation to the University or the instructors involved. Please do not associate the information on this site with the University of Calgary. If you get an answer …

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Geology 491 Midterm II-University of Calgary-Basic

Question 1 What is the age of oldest organic matter? A ~ 2.7 billion years B ~ 4.5 billion years C ~ 3.2 billion years D ~ 3.8 billion years Question 2 Medusa stage of the organism in Phylum Cnidaria is characterized by asexual reproduction. A False B True Question 3 Which of the following …

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Geology 491-University of Calgary-Basic

Geology (GLGY 491-UCAL) Midterm I General Question 1 Pinacocytes and what other type of specialized cells make up the outer lining of a Porifera? A Amblyprocts B Porocytes C Scierocytes D Archaeocytes Question 2 The “Great Dying” is occurred at which boundary? A Permian – Triassic B Devonian – Silurian C Devonian – Carboniferous D …

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Geology 527-University of Calgary

Minerals List Mineral: Arsenopyrite Ore: Sulfide Chemical Formula: FeAsS Comodity of Interest: None -Arsenic byproduct of smelting Colour in TS: Very white with faint creamy to yellow to pink tint Pleochroism in PPL: Weak Anisotropism in XPL: Strong Notes: Orthorhombic shape and zoning commonly observed. Mineral: Azurite Ore: Oxide Chemical Formula: Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2 Comodity of Interest: …

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Geology 535 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Geology 535 – Early Earth Evolution Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me …

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Geology 535-University of Calgary

Geology 535 – Early Earth Evolution Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me …

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Geology 561-University of Calgary

Sequence Stratigraphy History 1748 – Neptunian TheoryIntroduced by Benoît de Maillet-Suggested that eustatic sea-level may be responsible for the topography of Earth (disproven later, but provided a “stepping stone” into sequence stratigraphy 1785 – Theory of the EarthIntroduced by James Hutton-Introduction of unconformities, erosion/deposition and uplift-James Hutton is the father of modern Geology 1838 – …

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Geology 571-University of Calgary

Geology 571 – Engineering Geology Soils – Part I (Midterm) Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Laurence R. Bentley during Fall 2014.FAQ | Report an Error Definitions and Key Concepts The following list is based on the information from Geological Engineering textbook by Luis I. Gonzalez de Vallejo and Mercedes Ferrer …

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Geology 577-University of Calgary

Introduction to Petroleum Geology Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, please contact me as soon …

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Geology 597 Equations-University of Calgary

Go to: Sample Questions Geology 597 – Geostatistics Equations Mean Variance Sample Mean Sample Variance Unbiased estimate of Population Variance Covariance Correlation Coefficient Gaussian Distribution Conditional Probability Semivariogram Semivariogram Properties Covariance Function Covariance Function Properties Correlogram Correlogram Properties Relationships between semivariogram, covariance function and correlogram Cross-covariance function Cross-correlation function Cross-semivariogram Indicator Semivariogram Indicator Covariance Function …

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Geology 597-University of Calgary

Geostatistics Geostatistics midterm and final exams are both written. The following is a compilation of sample questions made for both exams. Try to do them or find the answers by yourself and later check against the answers posted below. Click here for Equations Questions What steps are in cross validation procedure? Cross validation produces a …

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Geophysics 355 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Practice Questions – Topics 2 to 15 Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Kristopher Innanen during Winter 2014.FAQ | Report an Error Topic 8 – The convolution model 1. Convolve the following sequences at and bt using the method of reverse and shift. (a) at = {2, 3, 2} and bt …

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Geophysics 355-University of Calgary

Go to: Midterm II | Final Credits: Based on the excellent class notes provided by, Dr. Kristopher Innanen during Winter 2013.FAQ | Report an Error Intro to Geophysics Midterm I Concepts – Fermat’s and Huygen’s principles What are the two tenets of them? How does it related to wave propagation? – Different types of modules …

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Geophysics 355-University of Calgary-Basic

Geophysics (GOPH 355-UCAL) Midterm Exam I 1. A source is also know as…(more than one answer is possible) A. shot point B. receiver C. sensor D. geophone 2. Inline ONLY experiments are considered to be 2D experiments. A. True B. False 3. How do the geophones work? A. By measuring changes through amp fluctuations. B. …

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Geophysics 375 Final Exam-University of Calgary

Geophysics 375 – Natural Disasters and Critical Earth Phenomena Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, …

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Geophysics 375 Midterm II-University of Calgary

Geophysics 375 – Natural Disasters and Critical Earth Phenomena Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, …

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Geophysics 375-University of Calgary

Geophysics 375 – Natural Disasters and Critical Earth Phenomena Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz to an exceptional level. If you find an error, …

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Geophysics 559 Final Exam-University of Calgary

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Geophysics 559-University of Calgary

Geophysics 559-Geophysical Interpretation In class midterm will be mostly multiple choice; but there will be also written questions. Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. It takes several proof readings and rewrites to bring the quiz …

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Other Types of Quizzes

This page is for or rather hobby/interest type of quizzes. I will update the page with more items covering computer science, IQ tests to RC helicopters later this year. Enjoy the BlackBerry Quiz for now…. This is an addiction test. If you don’t have an addiction, obviously the right answer to ALL the questions should …

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Petrophysical Log Interpretation

Petrophysical (Well) Log Interpretation or Petrophysics Log Interpretation is a specialized area of science that deals with borehole data. In Canada, it is typically taught with physical core log interpretation and other geological and engineering fundamental concepts in most universities. Technical educational institutions and professional organizations offer courses in well log interpretation as a stand …

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Professional Exams

Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act Exam(s):Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act

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Programming Languages and Systems

You think you can answer few questions about programing languages? How about very specific questions? The following quizzes are made to test your knowledge. As always, i is just for fun and no data will be stored by sanuja.com. Feel free to report any errors. Currently only the PHP, MySQL, CSS and HTML quizzes are …

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World War II Quiz

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