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CODE - 0 - 2084 10710 PHYS 0110 Introduction Midterm Exam 1 1 Name: 5 pt Which of the following equations must be incorrect by dimensional analysis? (x = distance, v = velocity, a = acceleration, t = time, m = mass, F = force) 1. A F/m = v/t B 2F = mv 2 /x C 2x/t = at D v 2 t2 = x/a E v 2 /(t2 a2 ) = cos 5 pt A tennis ball is lobbed over the net. Ignore air resistance. Which of the following is true during...

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