DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
December 11, 2002
Time: 3 Hours
Professor: Circle One
[Mec. St. 4]
[Mec. St. 8]
S. Damaskinos [Comp.]
C. O'Donovan [Sftwr]
J. Vanderlcooy [Comp.]
G. Scholz [Civil]
R. Brezina (En vr .
Aids Permitted: Calculator, attached
ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS
Part A has 5 questions, worth 6 marks each; 2 questions per page;
question: 8 minutes
Part B has 7 questions, worth 10 marks each; 1 question per page;
question: 20 minutes
that yom booklet has 14 pages
(including 1 blank sheet at the back and this cover plus a
fonnula sheet), Questions are to be answered
on this paper, Use the space under each question
continue on back of ~ous
sheet and then on the blank sheet, and
indicate by writing
"continued at left" or "continued on page 12", Answers!!!!!!! include units where appropriate,
In Part A, the letter corresponding to each answer must be entered on your ~uter
sheet in dark
lead PENCn. only. Avoid erasures by checking answers before marking them. Mark your LD.
Number and Division Number in the space provided. Also (11llS IS IMPORTANT)
fill in the
ovals for your I.D. Number and Division. Do not mark "card number" colWDll. Check that
you have not missed, or put double marks in any row in the answer field.
Print Dame. etc.
. in the upper right part of your computer sheet and at the top of this page.
is no penalty for marking incorrect answers. However, credit may not be given fOT answers
without proper proof.
COMPUTER SHEETS Wll.
.L BE COLLECTED AFl'ER 2 1/2 HOURS
hI Part B, answers must be entered
in the boxes provided. These will be hand-marked,
marks will be given h"berally,
if your solutions clearly show correct
Ask a proctor to clarify a question
if you think that is necessary.
GOOD LUCK !
(NOTE: Assume all given data
to three significant figures
Moment of Inertia (about axes
throum centre of mass).
Cylinder or Disk (mass M, radius R, axis .l to radius) : Icy
Solid Sphere (mass M, Radius R) :
Hoop (mass M, radius R, axis .l to radius): b
Rod (mass M, length L. axis .l to length) 1cM
O/U) ML 2.