Practice problems for 211 final exam

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Practice problems for 211 final exam. I WILL POST SOLUTIONS EARLY IN FINALS WEEK Your exam is 2 h long, so not much longer than the midterms. It will have no more than 4 conceptual and 4 show work problems. Approximately 2 of your show work problems will be shorter problems that cover the new material, and 2 will be more involved problems that use multiple concepts from anytime within the past quarter. Conceptual questions (you may have some on your final that are from the previous material but here the emphasis is only on new material): 1. Your toy sailboat got stuck in the middle of a small pond, and since it is cold outside, you need to find a way to get it closer to shore without going in after it. You have two objects - one is a round piece of clay and the other is a rubber ball. They both have the same mass. Assuming your aim and the strength of your throw is the same both times, will you have better success getting the boat closer to the shore if you throw the clay ball at it, or the rubber ball? Explain your
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2009 for the course PH 211 taught by Professor Demaree during the Spring '08 term at Oregon State.

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