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**understand the basis for the ground-water flow equations and the significance of simple boundary conditions including: constant head, no-flow, constant flux and phreatic surface****be able to apply the well hydraulics solutions for confined, leaky, and unconfined aquifers to predict drawdown (including consideration of boundaries and multiple pumping wells)****estimate transmissivity using the Theim equation****estimate transmissivity and storage parameters using the Theis equation and its modifications for leaky, unconfined, and long time pumping (Jacob method) conditions for both pumping and recovery situations****use the well hydraulics equations and associated analyses to design a pumping test**

**estimate hydraulic conductivity for a transient unconfined aquifer test**

**estimate hydraulic conductivity from slug test data****understand the concept of head loss in a well and how that will effect calculations using the well hydraulics equations****understand fundamental concepts of chemistry****use and convert common units of concentration of chemical species in water****be able to evaluate the quality of a water chemistry analysis (charge balance, measured/calculated TDS)****present water chemistry information in various formats****plot a ground-water analysis, in mg/L, on a Piper diagram, and classify it using the Piper classification system****use water analyses to understand the flow system****understand and evaluate alkalinity**

**evaluate states of chemical equilibria****calculate a saturation index for a given ground water to determine if a water is saturated with respect to a given mineral****determine activity coefficient of a water sample****determine ionic strength of a water sample****use water analyses to determine the Eh/pH conditions****determine the potential for scaling and corrosion given water quality**

You may bring 3 pieces of paper with you to the exam with as much written on them as you wish, both sides, small print etc. Creating such a sheet helps you study and provides the equivalent of an "open-book" exam without the problem of spending too much time paging through the book. You can bring your sheets from exam 1 as well.