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Final ExamPhysics 2110 Fall 2014Dec. 8, 2014Last Name:___________________First name:________________Circle your lecture timeTTH10:30 amZhang1:30 pmMesa3:00 pmMcElginMWF8:30 amCorbitt10:30 amPlummer11:30 amMesa12:30 pmMcElgin1:30 pmMesa2:30 pmRauBe sure to write your name. Please read the questions carefully. You may use scientific orgraphing calculators.A formula sheet is provided for this test. No other reference materials are allowed.You are strictly forbidden from having access to any electronic communications device during atest.This includes cell phones, pagers, smartphones and tablet or notebook computers.Youmay not use calculator software on such a device during the test.Any student found with such adevice will be assumed to be using it to cheat, and will be reported to the Dean of Students fordisciplinary action.Any student who observes another student using such a device during thetest should notify the instructor or proctor immediately.Please use complete sentences where explanations are asked for.Some questions are multiple choices. You should work these problems starting with the basicequation listed on the formula sheet and write down the steps. Although the work will not begraded, this will help you make the correct choice and be able to determine if your thinking iscorrect.Be sure to mark your final answer clearly.On problems that are not multiple choices, youmust show all of your work. No credit will begiven for an answer without explanation or work. These will be graded in full, and you areexpected to show all relevant steps that lead to your answer.YOU GET 120 min (2 hrs)This study resource wasshared via CourseHero.com
1. (6 pts.)Complete the following statement: An inertial reference frame is one in which:A.The frame is accelerating.B.Newton’s laws of motion are valid.C.The acceleration due to gravity is greater than zero m/s2.D.Newton’s third law of motion is not valid.E.The coordinate axes are rotating.2. (6 pts.)Two identical blocks are pulled along a rough surface as shown in the figure.Whichone of the following statements isfalse?

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