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### Final Exam Fall 2007 Solutions

Course: PHYS 221, Fall 2007
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Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
PHYSICS 221 Spring 2006 FINAL EXAM: May 2 2006 2:15pm-4:15pmName (printed): _ ID Number: _ Section Number: _ INSTRUCTIONS:Each question is of equal weight, answer all questions. All questions are multiple choice. Choose the best answer to each ques
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
PlaneAn airplane needs a minimum air speed of 100 miles per hour (Va) in order to land. The runway is at a 30 degree angle to a 25 mile per hour wind (Vb) which is blowing from the east. What is the speed relative to the ground of the airplane when
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
August28. Quiz for Tuesday, VersionA: are Two vectors givenasA:3i + 2j + k andB=2i+ 2i+ 2k. Whatisthe angle A between andB?-r-*:t)jSt\E\ cos = N*\* oN:R.r N?Rz + l-\.\5== CcrS-[A: 22,2&quot; VersionB: are Twovectors givenbyA:3i + j andB:2i-i.comp
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August30. Quiz for Thursday, VersionA: of A car hasa speed 50 km / hr. Whenthe driver breaksashardashe canit takes4 give the is seconds cometo rest. (a) Assumingthat the acceleration constant, to process? (b) How far doesthe car moveduringthe stoppin
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Quiz for Tuesduy,SeptemberI 1.A particle undergoescircular motion. It is 50 cm from the axis or rotation Version A: -Z1s-21t2. At t :2 s,what is the (a) and it moving in the x-y plane. 0(t) - 6 + 5(s-11t particle's velocity? (b) At t : 2 s, what is
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13. September Quiz for Thursday, VersionA: Thetotal forceon a 10kg mass givenby F - (4lD i. If the mass is starts att - 0 s, at rest,at the origin,what is its (a) velocityand(b) positionat t: 4 s?/=;iF: f :q\rrrr6L--?1 r2f= J-t: ,J \
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
25. September Quiz for Tuesday, uniform circularmotionon a A,Zkgmass,tied to a string,undergoes version A: periodofthemotion is 4 s' If The radiusof the circle islz5r*-uod the table. horizontal is the between massandthe table'what is a coefiicientof
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27. Quiz for Thursday,SeptemberHow fast would a 7A kg person have to climb stairs to conzumethe same Version A: amount of power as a 1000W light bulb? Give answerin km / h.= p=+{pr.o = rn?\&quot;1 =r ., ' r =(c&quot;tr\(tr ' \&quot;)t\t) TEKw d\t 6583- = \1.,0
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
October16. Quiz for Tuesday, aboutana:ris VersionA: A solidsphere with massl0 kg andradius15cm is rotated its thattouches edge. (a) Whatis the sphere's moment inertiaforthis rotation?(b) Ifa of pointinginto the page, forceof 15N is applied whatis the
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
30. October Quiz for Tuesday, A sphere VersionA: with a radiusof 20.0 cm anda massof 2.00 kg is hungsothat it point on its edge. What is the periodof the sphere's motionif it osc,iltalgg rotatesaboutawitha small amplitude? t- N FoPU&quot;t\CALi\EtJs
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Name: _ Section: _ Tuesday, November 6 Quiz 15A A positive point charge is brought near the tip of an uncharged metal bar. a. Explain what happens to the charges in the metal bar as the point charge is brought in. Sketch the final distribution of cha
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Quiz for Tuesday,November 27.Two solid, metal spheresare connectedby a thin copper wire and Version A: separated 5 m. A total chargeof +5 pC is placed on the two sphereI wire system. If by the radius of the larger sphereis 20 cm and the radius of t
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Worksheet A: Units, orders of magnitude.1. The bottle of peanut oil in your kitchen says: 709 cm3. You weight it in your kitchen scale and get 680 g. A few days after, the bottle is empty and you weight it. The scale reads 58 g. What is the mass in
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Worksheet B: Vectors.1. Let A = 2.0 i + 5.0 j - 1.0 k = (2.0, 5.0, -1.0) B = -1.0 i + j + 3.0 k = (-1.0, , 3.0) (Both notations will be used throughout the course). a. Find the magnitude of A.A=( 2.0 ) + ( 5.0 ) + ( -1.0 )2 22= 5.5b. Find
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Worksheet C: 1D motion1. The following graph describes the motion of a toy train. It starts moving forwards.vx (m/s) 4246810121416a. The speed of the train is zero at t = 0, 8 s and 16 s b. When does the train move forwards? 0 &lt;
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Worksheet D: Free fall and projectile motion.1. A person standing on a 3 m-tall elevator at rest tosses a coin vertically in the air. The coin leaves the person's hand at 1.5 m from the elevator's floor, with an initial speed of 4 m/s. Right at the
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Worksheet E: 2D motion.1-I. A particle moves along the trajectory shown below at constant speed in the clockwise direction. 3 1-3 v1 v3 v2 11-2 v1 v2va. On the figure, draw vectors to represent the velocity of the particle at points 1 and 3.
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Worksheet F: Newton's laws.1-I. Three identical blocks are pushed across a table at constant speed as shown below. The hand pushes horizontally. There is friction between the table and the bricks. We shall call the stack of two bricks system A and t
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Worksheet G: Free-body diagrams1. A 30-mg spider hangs from two threads from the ceiling as shown below. 40 30T1T2y xmga. Find the tension on each thread. x : T2 cos 30 - T1 cos 40 = 0 y : T1 sin 40 + T2 sin 30 - mg = 0 T2 = T1 2 equations
Iowa State - PHYS - 221
Worksheet H: Friction and dynamics of circular motion.1. A box of mass m = 1.2 kg sits on a plane whose inclination can be changed. The coefficients of friction between the box and the plane are s = 0.40 and k = 0.20.fs m mgNa. Draw the free
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Worksheet I: Work and energy.1. A 10.0-kg crate is pulled 15.0 m up along a frictionless incline as shown in the figure below. The crate starts at rest and has a final speed of 6.00 m/s.motorT N15 mmg a. Draw the free-body diagram for the cra
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Worksheet J: Conservation of energy.1. A small bead of mass m = 30 g hangs at one end of a string of length l = 10 cm. The other end is attached to the ceiling as shown in the figure below. The bead is pulled up, so the string makes an angle 0 = 70
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Worksheet K: Energy Diagrams1. A particle of mass m = 2 kg moves in a region of space with the following potential energy function.60 40 20 U (J) 0-20 -40 -60 0(part b) (part i) (parts f, g, h)24681012x (m) a. The force at x = 2 m
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Worksheet L: Linear momentum; center of mass1. A big, fat asteroid floats happily in space unaware that another asteroid of mass m = 200 kg is heading towards it at 150 m/s. The big asteroid is initially at rest. The collision breaks the big asteroi
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Worksheet M: Rigid body motion (I)1. Indiana Jones runs for his life escaping from a huge spherical rock of mass M = 5000 kg and radius R = 1.5 m that rolls down an inclined rectilinear cave. The rock started at rest at a height h = 4.0 m above the
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Worksheet N: Rigid body motion (II)1. Several forces F are applied to the 2D objects below. All forces have equal magnitude. All the objects have the same mass, uniformly distributed.[A]r(Same r for both) ddr[B]r = 0 for the vertica
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Worksheet O: Rigid Body Motion III: Angular Momentum. Statics.1. A stick (4.0 m long, 2.0 kg) hangs from a wall as shown below. One end of the stick rests against the wall and forms a 75 angle with the wall. A cable is attached to the stick at its m
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Worksheet P: Oscillations.1. You are baby-sitting little Nicole who plays with a toy of mass m = 0.200 kg that hangs at the end of a vertical spring of constant k = 9.80 N/m. The system is initially at rest and in equilibrium.k = 9.80 N/m m = 0.20
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Worksheet Q: Gravitation1. Uranus has a radius of 25,560 km and a surface acceleration due to gravity of 8.86 m/s2. Its moon Miranda is in a circular orbit about Uranus at an altitude of 104,000 km above the planet's surface. Miranda has a mass of 6
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Worksheet R: Coulomb's force. Electric field.1. Two positive charges q and Q (Q &gt; q) are held in place a distance d apart. Draw the electrostatic force exerted on each charge by the other. q d QTwo extra charges are added to the system as shown be
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Worksheet S: Gauss's law.1. Three spherical Gaussian surfaces enclose a charge +Q. In case C, there is another charge -6Q outside the surface.-6Q r +Q 2r +Q r +QCase ACase BCase CConsider the following conversation: Student 1: &quot;Since each
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Worksheet T: Electric potential.1. A metallic sphere of radius a is at the center of a metallic shell of radii b and c. The net charge of the sphere is q (q &gt; 0). The net charge of the shell is -3q. Using Gauss's law, one can prove that: E=0 (r &lt; a)
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Worksheet U: Capacitance.Two thin plates of area A with charges +Q and -Q are kept fixed at distance d from each other. The distance between the plates is much smaller than the sides of the plates. a. Write expressions for: The surface charge densi
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Worksheet V: Capacitor circuits.1. Three ideal capacitors C1 = 1.0 F, C2 = 2.0 F and C3 = 3.0 F are connected as shown in the figure below to a source that provides a potential difference V0 = 30 V.AC1 C B C2 V0 + - C3a. Compare the electric p
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Worksheet W: Resistor circuits1. A bulb A is connected with ideal wires to an ideal battery as shown below. a. Compare the potential difference across the bulb to the potential difference across the battery. AVA = Vbatteryb. Now two bulbs B and C
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Physics221Fall2007August28 Written HomeworkdueTuesdayequalslOa physicsis the stutce.Oneshake A unit of time usedin microscopic l-thanthereare (or less)shakes in a second are seconds.(a) How manytimesmore is the whereas universe years, haveexisted
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Physics221Fall2007Written HomeworkdueTuesdaySeptanber4this fails. In the vastmajorityof cases is fatal. a Sometimes skydiver'sparachute l-with deepsnow whenthe diver doessurvive,uzually associated Thereareraf,eoccasions of that the humanbody can
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221Fall2007 Phvsics11 September Written HomeworkdueTuesdayof a 1- You headdirecttyacross straightriver ofwidth 100r4 surimmingataspeed bankhavingbeenswept You arriveatthe opposite 1.5nrlsrelativetothe water. of a downstream distance 50 m. (a) How