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Sample Test 1 - Physics 221 Test #1 Sample Multiple Choice:...

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Physics 221 Test #1 Sample Multiple Choice: Answer each of the following by circling the correct letter. Be sure to read each question carefully and check your units. 1. Here’s an easy one to start you off. How many meters are in 2,500km? A) 2.500m B) 2.500 x 10 6 m C) 25.00m D) 0.002500m 2. How many liters of volume are equal to 27,300cubic centimeters? A) 27.3 liter B) 2.73 liter C) 0.273 liter D) 0.00273 liter 3. In SI units, a dime is about how thick? A) 1m B) 1cm C) 1mm D) 1 μ m 4. You grab the biggest watermelon you can find for the family picnic. It most likely has a mass of A) 10mg B) 125g C) 0.575kg D) 8.5kg 5. At the doctor’s office, a nurse draws a sample of blood for a test. The volume of the sample is most likely A) 2.0liters B) 2.0m 3 C) 2.0cm 3 D) 2.0quarts 6. From here to Dunn is about 11miles. How many kilometers would this be? A) 6.9km B) 402km C) 18km D) 11km 7. On a “run of the mill” day, the speed of sound is 1242kph. What would this speed be in miles/second? A) 345
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2008 for the course PHYS 221 taught by Professor Ezell during the Summer '08 term at Campbell.

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