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Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Question about the Test

by enokoner
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enokoner
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Apr16-14, 11:45 PM
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I'm studying using the popular Lindenberg book. It suggest I have to memorize about 30 elements and their respective oxidation numbers. However, the book was written before they revamped the exam. Anyone know if I still have to memorize this?
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Apr17-14, 01:11 AM
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I doubt very much you have to memorize anything. They should provide all the information you need to solve the problems.


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