10 - FALL SEMESTER 2006 Physics 2211 Test Form 420 Name_...

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FALL SEMESTER 2006 Physics 2211 Test Form 420 Name________________ Test Form = 3-digit number at the top of the first page of this test. Student Number = Your full 9-digit GTID# (Georgia Tech ID number) 1. Print your name, test form number and student number in the section of the answer card labeled “STUDENT IDENTIFICATION”. 2. Bubble in your test form number in columns 1-3, skip column 4, and bubble in your student number in columns 5-13. 3. For each question, select the answer most nearly correct, circle this answer on your test, and bubble it in on your answer card. Do not put any extra marks on the card. Scores will be posted on your class website. Quiz grades become final when the next test is given. Problem 1 : In a simple Atwood’s machine one mass is twice the other as shown. The acceleration of the 2M block is? (a) g/3 downward (b) g/3 upward (c) g downward (d) g/2 downward (e) g/2 upward answer: (a) 2 Mg – T = 2 M a T – Mg = Ma 2Mg – Mg = 3Ma Mg = 3 Ma g = 3a going down.
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Problem 2. Three blocks stacked vertically are accelerated
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