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Unformatted text preview: I. The intensity ef' a certain seund wave is fiflt] iii-35511111. If its intensity is Iewered by 10 def-i231; the new intensity {in ytviemzt is: IA = Geofiwfi...‘ f :14: 4 a A . (E? 5 flittoefithE£——‘ C} see 39" I“ U} see , -_ L» L 5 e1 [2 :2.» m“ “:33 s m -1 ._ e. A 3 b‘finhfen 523,194 : IE/f ML) “=3 Ii!- a Lflw/Ml 2. The lempenttttrt: tiI'rt mules mi an ideal diaiuttttc gas is increased by fiTut constant vuh|11|u_ The energy Q Hbsuflted as heat. eimnge.:‘u‘f.,.l in internal energy. tutti wurk W dent: by the gas are git-en by: mutant; “kw-M :5“:- w :0 M Q— {Stfllrtfi‘flfi til-En“ — ti, It’— ti . ,- LJ-tfi-‘ltnsst1sk'tt i5.-’2iiiH.—’i?'_ w H a E?“ a 1' "EAT .t Q .- {statuses Mt... H-"Etnfi’r‘t'z‘l W "RAT 1 Q “”4 D} L} {5.-"l}iikflii". Fifi-““— {it"i'liik‘t‘ti'i’ ‘ti :1 {33. I151 at; H16) E] Q — {sztiiRfiJZ dim. = fl, FF: ---{5!2‘iiiRt‘sT @1552. L1 E “Rabi-T I“ 1'- 3. PM It simple hnnmmie osciilntflr. A.) the frctjtteltey increases tfthe amplitude lfi. Increased E} the i'retaueney deereases il'tlte amplitude is inereased the frequency is:independent efthe value ef the ampiitude pfllenIiai and kinetic energy are equal at ail times E} the angular frequency is equal m tsT, where t" is the pelted 4. 213 em3 efan idea-1 .gas is initiallyr at {3°C. It. is heated at eenstant pressure to MT. It will nett' occupy-a mien-1e ef: A} afificm‘ new; =3 3: =33; @ 2?3 £111" 1} 1; 283cm” _ t ' J ETECITF «1,1113% '5. - ( "r 1) 233?.) H 293m 11:11»: iii if; f—Vtif—fiAJ: H "“ asst:- TE:LEE\L :1 133%; Page I’. 5. A gut; flewe Lhruugh-a hut-ileum} pipe. Pressure gauges are leeated at three positiu'ns (It. B. and C} in the pipe where the radius of the pipe has different values: r.-u rm and mg. The three gauges; shew the inllnwittg readings: gauge at shun-‘5 lt‘lt’l lri’zt. gauge B ehewe 11!] hPe. and gauge IL‘ shows 9t! kPe- Rank the redii of the pipe at peiele A, B. and (3, item smalleel 1U largest: I Fm“ mun-en...“ it, la"- ‘ e' 1 it} $222.; I: Wm = w Jim“ = tat-homema- Q It: .:_ m e :-H h. t. pflfg ~53. 1:; cu; 4.1.1; TL":1'I3‘.:TA IE] tit ‘1 re‘i rn F9?“ m“"*i'fl ‘6‘“ x 1 L “311$th :3 Afi-‘AA Afififi-‘fi ‘1." (“fire ‘MU- A “it” E5. fl pttt‘littulm‘ syfitem abserbs- lee J ul" heat during :1 Pflriflti when it {Ines Bill] .1 el'wnl'i-t mt its envirnnntent. What is the change in the internal energy {if the system during, 1th at Eight” 41E“: Q 42$ G “that: D} IU'DJ H 1 lat-J: (Ner‘l- fiflN-Lh-fi Efifim‘h t: u -. AWE @4th ,. 4%.! T. When a 5kg titties-t is: atlaehett the spring that Is lineal le the eeiling, the spring stretehes by CL] rn to a new equilibrium position. lithe ntese is then pulled demenrd tie; the string is stretched} by 0.0:? In [rem this; equilibrium and then released. ellnwing it In nseillnte up and deem. whet appmximflteiy is the perieel ef the nseillatieue'.’ (Remember. it —. 1M.) 11720.13 Ft. Elillfi .. _:_ _| tilt. @ eerie "‘3‘: it“ a '3 W3 _ 2W- 3““ 1-333 xeeim 3 4L- 1 "'- '_'— m 3.15 . Z=flfg e... taut-h e35 -_ 5:3 e I ' —--*' 5 Jfiwwflg 2 I! nkzlemfs ID 5|r-t film fiat-35 8. A hlnek'efmetefiai ef‘unlenewn tiefisitjf fleets en watertwhieh has density lflflfl legit-:13}. Ahnut 3fl% 0f the trelurrte of the black is ebeve the water Im'el. The detteity :31" the- hleek is aheut: _ . . A} we kgr'm; Venn =V- \Iieg. View: *D-N (:9 = tvmkflihfir 13) 41:11::me Tim}: ?' 'l “.1. - =‘l'r'v _. fill-et- 1‘) ”"4 if Que trim] «a? “hi F;- 7" fink} wk 3 F ' ' i 3 "-0- . _ E] teee legit: W -. 400m: =3. “1.3 "igfl-‘a‘l M 1/9 Eli-1P = iofikaim" Page .1 9. Thu Item-(:51 tom:- pmduccd by n ppnain nrgan names from :1 SUI-m pipe with 1;:th undfi upun. II'LIJB spucd uI'Eflund is 341] mr'S. the frequency ol'thts tum:- i5 appmximuttfly: A": THE ‘pnznuwt. B)14Hz. £3 hiZCE-m‘t'fl‘i-vn 15.3.40“); 1'. EH H7; fi-—-——-3...-—3’r 5711;: “gm—Qiltfi £3.15: M - 33H: é”wuww** m on IE: It}. 't'he speed 01" Round in a given medium is Ififlfl mr's. r't snund wave of wavelength 2 :11 has wtml Ii'cqucnny In this medium? at]: 211m Hr Us: mum-1's. i=1” m mun-z. “‘5“. Q) 5mm]: wet) ==> ">1 "".Q In mmnu [it nulluul'thuttt: ‘2; fl :— ETD“ 1H1. 1.1-!!!- 1 1. What is tht: maximum pussihlu utfiuluucy ul'a huat unginu that upcratcs between 2m} K .tmd SDDK? ,. a 1r. m run TL'bbL Tut-+5 '* (firm: 1 a“ :5 “— 1- : - la“: 3 -i it ttt 1* = 9m t ww-w E) [1.91] TEA-L mmt Emuluq m5. it“ whi‘mufl Qfi‘“ML-j tam-mum w‘Hctn HAL hf“; LW tau-E- TWMAfihI-Mtth IE- A swim-nary source éinita a snund wave of ficquencyf. “'11. man travels tau-ram tht: sum-cc at exactly one-hatt‘thc meted nf mund. he wmllt‘i (Emmi a fi'cthnc-y ul': .5; flu Mot—H8. A f}? :v f k»:- fiqu'l’e <13)? 3:12 i ”r "" t_ TH]; E) 2fi3 5mm kit-Mu 5} -¥ ‘7?” U} 2f ‘ E) 11011: nfthrzsc v: S- (m) ”3' ‘t We: Page .1 13. For an oscillating mm cm a spring with amplitude l .[l :11? the distance ’r'rnm Iht: equilibrium pusiIiun [U 1111.: pusiliun sit-here this pfllufltinl allergy equals pile—third Ufthfl kinetic-energy (Le. where EEK-"3}. iE-I all , f 3* A] [Lil-H11 .. L 2 H [1.25 m 5.15“. ; “ft-K .31.,th é H.5UJI1 fun 1 ‘1ij Emil-ELIE _MWU"‘-tnt"" 1 a. as the,” mini is mg. :3- (ski) if: find-LEIHMJI) =2: fire?! 43:.) 3; AA; ‘35.,“ I4. 'l‘wn hlncks nl'tlic snmc Inniennl are labeled i't and H. Hlnclc A has three times the mass nl'blticl-L H. Initially him]: A is at 2m} It; and Much B is a! fiflfl K. The}; are then placed ”in then-nu] contact. and the cniiihinntitin is isnlntcd. Hitler it period of time, hnth hlncks. reach the- same tempcmttu'e. The final temperature ufbflth blacks is: 3tlt'lK HA:3Hi nzucp Tar-belch 1 ssnn C) was Hui; swim L3 is 2 HM he“: E“ Di ~15UK tn St‘JllK m‘¢{fl-u = Hf {'1' "TD awTrm:%{T'-m T =‘iT +31% sis-31;, s Tnc‘f; e:- fiF i. ramp-e: F a. “- 3'- final!- 15. Hfll'h liquids and gases are. classified as flutds because: A} they are easy In enmpress Bl they prism-ids timid thermal insulatiun fifwfis emu" gist—5- ice-5‘“ 70"” C Pascal's principle applies to bcth the}.I can flnw } they have Enwcr density than solids Iii. The displncenient 'nfn string carrying swiveling sinusninnl “five is given by 321;le — ymsintkt an -r gel 3. At that; r '— G, the displnecincnt (if the whip, in .r e U is y- 3 tie, a positive displacement equal tn mic-half Lhc amplitude}. and the- velneiiy Hi the string at this paint is negatis’e in, it is Innving in the wy-iilircc-tinn}. The phase constant giis: If! I - ;II- = "‘“ ‘- fl in mm us. w LT ' ,I :I 5n.-6 fitmflfio =3 17' NEIL} to 1}} 31132 Ht '"' E] none'nfihese in on: f‘ 9-0 =3)- ?“ 72;. Eran-I- Gun-.5 5314: D c. Page 5 ...
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