Practice Exam 1_2.pdf

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1 Prof. Mitchell PHY130 Practice Exam #1_2 Please enter your Student ID below the following statement: TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE I HAVE NOT CHEATED OR RECEIVED ANY HELP ON THIS EXAM : You have 50 minutes to answer the following questions. All questions that aren’t fully answered will still receive points for partial credit. Any question without work will receive zero credit.

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Part I. Multiple Choice (4 pts each) Instructions: Solve 6 of the following 8 problems. Please clearly circle one and only one answer for each of the following. Indicate which problems you would like graded. Show all of your work. Partial credit may be given if you include your work. Questions: 1. The rockets on a spaceship fire for 1.0 second, causing it to accelerate at -10 m/s 2 . If the final velocity of the spaceship is -10 m/s, what was its initial velocity? (a) 0.0 m/s (b) -20 m/s (c) -10 m/s (d) 20 m/s 2. A cart that is rolling at constant velocity on a level table fires a ball straight-up. When the ball comes back down, where will it land?
• Fall '17
• ian morrison
• Acceleration, Velocity, ball, a-c

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