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Exam 2 - 13302 - Winter 2005 / Dr. Abramzon Name Instructions: Closed book – you may use ONE 3”X5” card with formulas, which you must turn in with the exam. Read each problem carefully. There are 3 problems, worth a total of 30 points. There is one bonus problem worth an additional 3 points. The exam problems tend to be written sequentially (the answer to part a is the input for part b, and so on). If you make an error on an early part that carries through the subsequent parts, you'll get full credit for the subsequent parts if you've applied the appropriate principles, equations, and methods to them. For this reason, it is critical that you show all of your work - don't just write down your answers Good luck! Problem 1 ___________ Problem 2 ___________ Problem 3 ___________ Bonus Problem ___________ Total :
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Question 1 The following circuit has three identical light bulbs connected to a battery. a) (3 points) How does the brightness of the three light bulbs compare?
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2008 for the course PHY 131 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '07 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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