Final 1 - Physics 132 Final Exam Winter 2006 Name Time...

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AJM:1/1/07 Score /100 Physics 132 Final Exam Winter 2006 Name Time allowed: 125 minutes. You may use two sheets of notes (8-1/2 x 11, both sides) and a calculator. No brimmed hats; no communication devices. Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully and be sure to pay attention to any hints that are provided. There is no need to be “wordy” like I ask you to be on homework, but you must show enough work or give enough of an explanation to show me that you understand what you are doing. I give no credit for unsupported answers. Partially correct solutions will get partial credit, if I can figure out what you are doing, so use plenty of space and try your best to be reasonably neat and clear. All numerical answers must be given with an appropriate number of significant digits and appropriate , simplified units. Check your answers for physical reasonableness ; I deduct a small number of points for ridiculous answers that go uncommented upon. 1. The pipe organ at the Atlantic City Convention Hall features a 64' 9" long pipe called the “Diaphone Profunda” that operates as an open pipe producing a pitch that is supposed to be four octaves below “middle C.” a) [15] Assuming that the speed of sound is 340 m/s, what is the fundamental frequency of an open pipe of that length? [There are 12" in 1' and there are 2.54 cm in 1".]
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2008 for the course PHYSICS 132 taught by Professor Idontknow during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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