*** The P112 Final Exam
is 2-4:30 PM on Friday afternoon, December 9 in Baker 200.
be comprehensive, covering the entire course—new material since Prelim Exam #2 (~ 2/3)
+ review of earlier material (~ 1/3).
More details will be given at lecture.
Seating will be
assigned by recitation section.
Please bring your Cornell ID card.
All cell-phones and
CD/tape players must be turned off and kept out of sight during the exam.
conflicts or special needs please contact Prof. Cohen (firstname.lastname@example.org) ASAP.
Chapter 13 (sections 13.5 thru 13.8)
Chapter 14 (intro., sections 14.1 thru 14.3)
Chap. 13: Qs #Q13.7, Q13.12, Q13.13, Q13.14, Q13.15, Q13.16, Q13.18, Q13.19
(not turned in) Chap. 13: Es & Ps: #13.31, 13.33, 13.41, 13.49, 13.55, 13.88, 13.91
Chap. 14: Qs #Q14.3, Q14.4, Q14.5, Q14.6, Q14.9, Q14.16, Q14.20, Q14.23
Chap. 14: Es & Ps: #14.7, 14.13, 14.21, 14.51, 14.63, 14.71
Due Friday, Dec. 2 at lecture:
#13.54 [Driven Oscillations]
[Hot Air Balloon]
[Block & Beaker on Scales]
[Mutiny on the Canal]
A barge hauling a cargo of scrap metal is floating at rest on the
water inside a canal lock whose doors are both closed.
The crew, unsatisfied with their
working conditions, decides to mutiny.
They throw all the cargo overboard, whereupon it
sinks to the bottom of the lock and remains there.
After the cargo is thrown overboard, is
inside the lock lower, higher, or the same as it was when the cargo was all in