LONDON: C. J. CLAY AND SON, Per a CONTENTS. 1. The Examination in Sanitary Science, and Regulations for the Examination in 2. The Previous Examination. (With Answers to Arithmetic and Algebra Papers.) 3. The Final Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Music and Special Examination 4. The Second Special Examination in Theology, Moral Science, History, Law, and Modern Languages for the Ordinary B.A. Degree. 5. The Second Special Examinations in Applied and Natural Sciences for the Ordinary B.A. Degree; and M.B. Examinations. 6. The Carus Greek Testament Prizes (Bachelors und Undergraduates), Crosse Scholar- 7. The Second General Ecamination for the Ordinary B.A. Degree and the Previous Examination. (With Answers to Arithmetic and Algebra Papers.) 8. The Mathematical Tripos. Part III. 1885. 9. The University Scholarships and Chancellor's Medals, and the Bell and Abbott 10. The Indian Languages Tripos. 11. The Lightfoot Scholarships, and Tyrwhitt's Hebrew Scholarships. 12. The Classical Tripos. Parts I. and II. 13. The Final Examination for the Degree of Doctor of Music, and the Preliminary Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Music and Special Examination in 14. The Special Examinations in Law and History for the Ordinary B.A. Degree, The Chancellor's Medal for Legal Studies, the Law and Historical Triposes and 15. The Special Examination in Theology for the Ordinary B.A. Degree, and the Theological Tripos, Parts I. and II., 1885. The Special Examination in Moral Sciences for the Ordinary B.A. Degree, The Moral Sciences Tripos, and the Special Examination in Modern Languages for 17. The Special Examinations in Natural Sciences, in Mechanism and Applied Science, and Examinations for M.B. Degrees. tion. (With Answers to Arithmetic and Algebra Papers.) UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE. SANITARY SCIENCE EXAMINATION. TUESDAY, October 7, 1884. 9 A.M. to 12 m. PART I. PAPER 1. 1. How much solid and liquid excreta are passed by an average adult man per diem, and how much water-free solids does the amount represent ? How much per annum would a mixed community of 50,000 persons pass, and how much ammonia would be contained in the total bulk? 2. How do you determine the presence and amount of Alum in bread? How much must be present to condemn a sample of bread ? 3. What is the Composition of Milk? What are the usual adulterations, and how are they detected ? 4. What is the amount of cubic space required in Hospital Wards for ordinary cases ? Give the shape and dimensions of a ward for 20 beds. 5. What is the most accurate method of estimating the increase of population in a community ? Give an example. 6. What is known as “Poisson's formula” and how is it applied ? |