# Test2_C_answers.pdf - EOSC 372-2015 VERSION C Name TEST-2...

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EOSC 372-2015 VERSION C TEST-2 Name: Stu #: Closed Book - no notes, laptops, or phones. Only a SHARP EL-510R or EL-510RN(B) calculator is allowed for calculations. You will hand in three (3) items!!! . When allowed, open the test, and: 1. Detach the Multiple-Choice “bubble sheet” (last page of this packet) and put your name and student number (ID number) on it. 2. Detach the Short Answer sheet (2nd last page of this packet) and put your name and student number (ID number) on it. 3. Put your name and student number on this exam booklet. Indicate Section 1 answers on the Multiple-choice “bubble” sheet . There is only one (1) best answer for each question. Each question is worth one (1) mark. There is no penalty for guessing. Write Section 2 answers on Short Answer sheet . They should ALL FIT on the sheet. You can use back of the Exam booklet for scratch work. Note there are marks for how you present the answer as well as for the answer itself in the Short Answer section. Formulas a centripetal = u 2 r D c = ln( I o ) - ln( I c ) k D cr = I o kI c f = 2Ω sin( φ ) F centrifugal = ρ Ω 2 r F centrifugal = ρ u 2 r F Coriolis = ρfu F Gravitational = - ρg F Gravitational = - GMm r 2 I = I o exp( - κd ) ¯ I D = I o kD mix [1 - exp( - kD mix )] ¯ I D = I o kD mix p = Z top bot ρgdz Δ p = 1 Δ η + g ( ρ 2 - ρ 1 ξ ∂p ∂x = ρfu ∂p ∂z = - ρg P gross = P max I I + K I P net = P max I - I c I - I c + K I r = u f τ = X O x = X I x σ = ρ - 1000 kg m - 3 1 kg m - 3 g 10 . m s - 2 A typical density ρ o 1000 kg m - 3 ρ a = 1 kg m - 3 Ω = 7 . 27 × 10 - 5 s - 1 Page 1 of 6

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EOSC 372-2015 VERSION C TEST-2 Section 1: Multiple Choice 1. In the horizontal the dominant force balance in the ocean is: (A) pressure gradients against gravity (B) pressure gradients against Coriolis force (C) friction against gravity (D) Coriolis against gravity (E) Coriolis against friction (F) pressure gradients against friction 2. A flow is to the North in the Southern Hemisphere. The Coriolis force is to the: (A) North (B) South (C) East (D) West (E) Straight up (F) Straight down 3. The earth spins and the moon is in orbit around it. So the earth bulges out at the from its spin, and at the because of lunary gravity.
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