s2006exam2 - Physics 140 Hour Exam 2 FRIDAY PLEASE NOTE...

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Physics 140 Hour Exam 2 March 14, 2006 FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2006: PLEASE NOTE CREDIT IS BEING GIVEN FOR * Problem 15 (Version A) answers B OR D * Problem 26 (Version A) answers B, C, OR E THIS WILL BE REFLECTED IN YOUR GRADE, NOT YOUR ON-LINE EXAM QUESTIONS Please do not open this exam book until you are told to do so. You will need 1. A #2 pencil 2. One scantron answer sheet 3. One exam question booklet On the scantron answer sheet: 1. Use a #2 pencil . Do not use a mechanical pencil or pen. Darken each circle completely, but stay within the boundary. If you decide to change an answer, erase vigorously: The scanner sometimes registers incompletely erased marks as intended answers, and this can adversely affect your grade. Light marks or marks extending outside the circle may be read improperly by the scanner. Be especially careful that your mark covers the center of its circle. 2. This Exam Booklet is Version A . Mark the A circle in the TEST FORM box near the middle of your answer sheet. DO THIS NOW! WE WILL ASSESS A 1 POINT (RAW SCORE) PENALTY FOR FAILURE TO DO THIS . 3. Print YOUR LAST NAME in the designated spaces at the left side of the answer sheet, and then mark the corresponding circle below each letter. Do the same for your FIRST NAME INITIAL . 4. Print your NETWORK ID in the designated spaces at the right side of the answer sheet, starting in the left-most column, and then mark the corresponding circle below each character. If there is a letter "o" in your NetID, be sure to mark the "o" circle, and not the circle for the digit zero. If and only if there is a hyphen "-" in your NetID, mark the hyphen circle at the bottom of the column. When you have finished marking the circles corresponding to your NetID, check particularly that you have not marked two circles in any one of the columns. 5. Do not write in or mark the circles in any of the other boxes (STUDENT NUMBER, DATE, SECTION, SCORES, SPECIAL CODE). 6. Mark only one answer per question . 7. When told to do so: Check to make sure that the test booklet is complete. There are 11 numbered pages, including this cover sheet. 8. If you understand the statement below, please sign ( DO NOT PRINT ) your name in the space provided. If you do not understand, please ask the professor for clarification. Academic Integrity— Giving assistance to or receiving assistance from another student or using unauthorized materials during a University Examination can be grounds for disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from the University Page 1 of 8 pages (45 Problems)
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Physics 140 Hour Exam 2 March 14, 2006 1) Suppose you are standing on a bathroom scale when you are flying in a jet airplane. For a moment the scale reads less than your actual weight. During that moment, it's exerting an upward force on you that is A) greater than your weight.
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course PHYS 140 taught by Professor Perdekamp/pitts during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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