I would start by just studying the various kinds of remediation techniques (page 28 of the event guide gives a list of these) and what kinds of chemicals they're effective on (the event guide linked to a table here that's pretty useful). If the event guide is accurate, the regional test shouldn't ask for anything more specific than chemical types (Halogenated VOCs, non-halogenated VOCs, explosives, etc.).Does anyone have any tips on how to prepare for part 3 for this event? seems easy yet confusing?
Basically, it's the same with different numbers and they don't give you the answers. Also, with a real map you would be able to find distance Y, but I tried using trig by holding a ruler to my monitor, and it doesn't work; I found somewhere that distance Y is a free point given to you.http://groundwater.beehere.net/#getting-started
Is this the simulation we'll be getting at the competition? (With different numbers, I mean)
It doesn't seem too complicated as it leads you through each step. Or will the proctors give us a similar simulation that does not lead us through each step?
Also, under "Gradient", how do we determine Distance Y from the map? I have to click "Reveal Distance Y" each time because I can't figure it out.
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