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Unformatted text preview: Plzys 116 Prelim 1 ' Fall 2007 Your Name: SD\ 0‘45 Section Number: ______________ Section Instructor: Problem Points Your Score
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 There are 4 problems in this exam. The total number of points is 100.
 Make sure that your capy is complete (11 numbered pages) before starting.  The exam is closed book. No graphing calculators are allowed! The last
numberedpage of the exam contains formulae that you may find useful.  You must show your work to receive full credit. Correct answers without justification
will only receive partial credit. " Two blank pages are attached at the end of the exam. They may he used for scratch
paper, but will not be graded unless you clearly refer us to some Clearly Indicated
item there.  You may remove the equation sheet. You do not need to hand it in Witl‘ the rest of the
exam. Phys 116 Prelim 1 Fall 2007 1. [25 points] A block with mass m on a horizontal frictionless table is attached to a central pivot by a
massless rope of length L The block twirls about the pivot with a constant speed v. (a)
a) [2 points]
Draw the force diagram for the block in this initial conﬁguration, which is shown as
viewed from above in Figure (a). Clearly label each force. In the diagram, you do
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L. Phys 116 Prelim 1 Fall 2007 The string is cut, and a second block, also with mass m, is installed at the middle of the
rope and both blocks twirl as shown in Figure (b). Again, the outer block has speed v. c) [4 points] .
Draw the force diagram for each block in this new configuration, shown in Figure (b).
Clearly label each force. In the diagram, you do NOT need to calculate the magnitudes of the forces, nor break them into components. 7r“. U. :rou ‘51—
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2. [30 points] Having watched (too?) many episodes of This Old House, you decide that you could
SUpply your dormitory’s bathroom with a much nicer sink and vanity than Cornell
provides. You buy some sheets of plywood and a new sink and load them into your
friend ’s truck as shown. You’ve secured the plywood, but have simply rested the sink on tap of the plywood, as shown in the figure below.  The plywood rests at an angle 9 with respect to horizontal, the length of the plywood is
L, and the highest end of the plywood is a distance h above the road. The mass of the
sink is M, and the coefficient of friction between the sink and the plywood is it When
leaving Home Depot, in your enthusiasm you rapidly accelerate forward from rest with
acceleration of magnitude a, as indicated. The sink begins to slide up the plywood. Y \ a) '[4 points]
Draw a diagram showing all the forces acting on the sink, clearly labeling each
forces. In the diagram, you do NOT need to calculate the magnitudes of the forces, nor break them into components. Phys 116 Prelim 1 Fall 2007 b) [6 points]
Using the coordinate system shown in the system, write the equations for the
acceleration of the sink in the horizontal (x) and vertical (y) directions in terms of
6, L, h, M, p, a, and constants of nature. You may introduce alternate coordinates if
convenient, but their relationship to x and y must be explicit and clear. Your results should incorporate any constraints in the problem. ) A
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with mass Mn. An upward force of magnitude F is applied. a) [6 points] Draw three diagrams depicting the forces acting on each of
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