exam2-S06 - Name _ Exam #2 Physics I Spring 2006 If you...

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Name ________________________________________________________________________ Exam #2 Physics I Spring 2006 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. Your name should be at the top of every page. Section # _____ 1 M/R 8-10 (Bedrosian) _____ 2 M/R 10-12 (Hayes) _____ 3 M/R 10-12 (Eah) _____ 4 M/R 12-2 (Bedrosian) _____ 5 M/R 2-4 (Hayes) _____ 7 M/R 4-6 (Hayes) _____ 9 T/F 10-12 (Wilke) _____ 10 T/F 10-12 (Washington) _____ 11 T/F 12-2 (Yamaguchi) _____ 12 T/F 2-4 (Wetzel) _____ 14 M/R 12-2 (Eah) _____ 15 T/F 12-2 (Wilke) You may not unstaple this exam. Only work written on the same page as the question will be graded. Cheating on this exam will result in an F in the course. 1 Questions Value Score Part A 32 B-1 20 B-2 24 C-1 24 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 graphing and numerical questions, show all work to receive credit. For each question, please assume we have given you enough information to answer it. Part A – Multiple Choice – 32 Points Total (8 at 4 Points Each) Write your choice on the line to the left of the question number. Questions 1-4 below refer to the following situation: Professor Bedrosian is standing on a turntable holding a dumbbell at arm’s length in each hand and rotating as shown in Figure A. He then pulls the dumbbells closer to his body while continuing to rotate as shown in Figure B. The system consists of Professor Bedrosian, the turntable, and the dumbbells. The turntable is free to rotate and friction in its bearings can be neglected. All quantities are to be taken with respect to the axis of rotation. For each of the quantities listed in questions 1-4, put A if the quantity is greater in configuration A, B if the quantity is greater in configuration B, or C if they are equal . For vector quantities, we are interested in the magnitude.
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