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__You must return the tear-off portion with the scantron form, but you can take the questionaire home. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) Find the center of mass of anindividual slice of a 23.0—in diameter pizza, if the pizza is cut into 6 equal ‘
slices. Q15 UPON INSPGC'ROM or bmamn A) 14.6 in from the tip along the bisector of the angle
B) 3.50 in from the tip along the bisector of the angle
C) —3.50 in from the tip along the bisector of the angle
D) 7.31 in from the tip along the bisector of the angle 2) A container explodes and breaks into three fragments that ﬂy off 120° apart from each other, with mass
ratios 1:5:4. if the ﬁrst piece ﬂies off with a speed of 10.1 m/s, what is the speed of the other two fragments? (Allfragments areinthe plane.) trqm I I (M Y m 5‘“ .. MN‘ ._ Wilex +yv\%\l3x<’\'©# '5 WNW " 12" "“ :5 . lUlM/EV‘ -— (5 v1+ avg-5m so
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opposite directions. If the speed of the first fragment is 1.0 m/ 3', ﬁnd the intemal energy released in e .1 \J ‘ explosion.' : LL‘LVL) :7 V7. 9-: :M/s I
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i m/ s at 38° north of east just after the collision, how fast was the car initially traveling? assume that the tWo vehicles have the same mass. 29) ~ 0
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towards If the collision is elastic, find the speed with which the ball bounces from the bus. CW5 P ‘ m' V}. * HV; = WW3, ‘r MV; APPM WWW?
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7) A rocket ejects 105 kilograms of fuel in the 90 seconds after launch. The exhaust speed is Uex = 2 km/ s. I )1? TIL
What is the maximum possible initial mass (including fuel) of the rocket if it is to lift off the ground? ‘I B) 2.3x105 kg at A) 3.4x105 kg 3 _
D) 1.5x105 kg i . C) the rocket cannot lift off __
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2008 for the course PHYS 2A taught by Professor Hicks during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.
- Spring '07