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Course: PHYS PHYS-102, Fall 2009
School: Bilkent University
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GENERAL PHYS-102: PHYSICS II Midterm I, Mar. 10, 2007 Duration: 120 minutes NAME....ID No.. Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Total Instructions: 1. Read questions carefully. If you do not understand meaning of English words, ask your assistant for explanations. 2. Write solution with clarity and necessary comments (explanations). 3. Use legible writing especially in formulas. 4. Do not forget to check your results by means...

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Bilkent University - PHYS - PHYS-102
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Bilkent University - PHYS - PHYS-102
Bilkent University - PHYS - PHYS-102
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