Conquering Math – Exam Tips

Water distribution math is not complicated, if you don’t let it intimidate you. Here’s a few pointers to help you prepare for, and ace, the math portion of your water distribution certification exam.

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Distribution Question

The term drawdown, is best defined as

A
The distance from a well that the normal water level is affected by the cone of depression.
B
The distance from the ground to the pumping level
C
A change in water elevation from normal level to pumping level
D
The water level in a well after a pump has operated for a period of time

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    Water distribution math is not complicated, if you don't let it intimidate you. Here's a few pointers to help you prepare for, and ace, the math portion of your water distribution certification exam.