Question 1 of 19 6.0 PointsThe drinking water standard (MCL) for arsenic in water is 10 micrograms p

Question 1 of 19 6.0 PointsThe drinking water standard (MCL) for arsenic in water is 10 micrograms per liter. For aconcentration of 0.29 milligrams per liter arsenic, the corresponding hazard quotient (HQ) is(only put your answer in the blank; do not attempt to show your work):Question 2 of 19 6.0 Points3.9 milligrams per liter of copper equals 3,900 micrograms per liter of copper.TrueFalseQuestion 3 of 19 10.0 PointsChapter 3: What are the pathways of toxicant uptake by plants? Which is the most important forthe uptake of metals?Question 4 of 19 10.0 PointsChapter 3: Many organic contaminants cross the barrier of the skin because they are soluble inlipids.TrueFalseQuestion 5 of 19 10.0 PointsChapter 3: What are the principal pathways of chemical uptake by terrestrial animals includinghumans?Question 6 of 19 10.0 PointsChapter 3: In fish, which organs are involved in the regulation of electrolytes? Describe howthey function in freshwater and seawater.Question 7 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample EB-1 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 8 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample EB-2 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 9 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample EB-3 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 10 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample EB-4 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 11 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample SB-1 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 12 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample SB-2 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 13 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample SB-3 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 14 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample SB-4 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 15 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample SB-5 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 16 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample OR-1 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 17 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample OR-2 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 18 of 19 3.0 PointsThe hazard quotient for surface-water sample OR-3 relative to the human drinking watermaximum contaminant limit (MCL) is ? Provide your answer to two decimal places (X.XX).Question 19 of 19 12.0 PointsThe surface-water sites that exceeded the drinking water standard (MCL) are:A. EB1B. EB2C. EB3D. EB4E. SB1F. SB2G. SB3H. SB4I. SB5J. OR1K. OR2L. OR3