Practice Test No. 4

Practice Test No. 4 - Physics 142 000 Spring 2008 Practice...

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1 Physics 142 000 Practice Test No. 4 Name Spring 2008 ID There is no partial credit on multiple choice questions. Please circle one number (1, 2, 3…) for each question to indicate your response. All questions have the same value. You must have your own calculator; you may not share a calculator with anyone. You are allowed four 4 × 6 inch index cards with your own hand-written notes on both sides. I pledge, by signing below, that I will faithfully abide by the provisions and spirit of the Emory College Honor Code in my completion of this Test. Signature Date 1. When the adjective “proper” is used in the special theory of relativity, it means 1. correct. 2. exact. 3. measured by a moving observer. 4. measured by a real person. 5. not moving with respect to the observer. 2. The word “special” in special relativity refers to 1. uniform motion. 2. absolute motion. 3. accelerated motion. 4. stationary frames of reference.
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2008 for the course PHYS 142 taught by Professor Coleman during the Spring '08 term at Emory.

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Practice Test No. 4 - Physics 142 000 Spring 2008 Practice...

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