exam2-F03 - Name _ Exam #2 Physics I Fall 2003 If you would...

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Name ________________________________________________________________________ Exam #2 Physics I Fall 2003 If you would like to get credit for having taken this exam, we need your name (printed clearly) at the top and section number below. Section # _____ 1 M/R 8-10 (Bedrosian) _____ 2 M/R 10-12 (Bedrosian) _____ 3 M/R 12-2 (Bedrosian) _____ 5 T/F 10-12 (Washington) _____ 6 T/F 12-2 (Hayes) _____ 7 T/F 2-4 (Hayes) _____ 8 M/R 2-4 (Schroeder) _____ 10 M/R 12-2 (Shannon) If we catch you cheating on this exam, you will be given an F in the course. Sharing information about this exam with people who have not yet taken it is cheating on the exam for both parties involved. The Formula Sheets are the last two pages. Detach carefully for easier reference if you wish. 1 Questions Value Score Part A 16 Part B 16 C-1 16 C-2 16 C-3,4 16 C-5 12 C-6 8 Total 100
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Name ________________________________________________________________________ On this exam, please neglect any relativistic and/or quantum mechanical effects. If you don’t know what those are, don’t worry, we are neglecting them! On all multiple-choice questions, choose the best answer in the context of what we have learned in Physics I. On calculation questions, show all work to receive credit. Part A – Warm-Ups – 16 Points Total (4 at 4 Points Each) Write your choice on the line to the left of the question number. ______ 1 . For a block of mass m to slide without friction up the rise of height h shown, it must have a minimum initial speed of: A. B. C. D. E. 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 gh gh gh gh gh ______ 2 . The sketch shows two coins, labeled A and B , on a horizontal disk which rotates at constant angular velocity . The coins are held in place by glue, so they rotate at the same rate as the turntable. The coin that has the greater centripetal acceleration (magnitude) is: A) coin A B) coin B C) need to know the direction of rotation D) need to know the masses of the coins E) both have the same acceleration ______ 3 . In the International System of Units (also called the SI or Metric system) which of the following units is used to measure angular momentum? A)
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PHYS 1010 taught by Professor Schroeder during the Spring '07 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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