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UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Physics B for Engineers PHY1013S BSc( Eng ) CLASS TEST 1: 12 th September 2017 TIME: 90 MINUTES FULL MARKS: 35 Answer Question 1 (Multiple Choice Questions) on the separate sheet provided. Answer all other questions in the answer book provided. When finished, detach the MCQ sheet from the question paper and place it inside the front cover of your answer book. Question 1 (Multiple Choice Questions, 15 marks) Choose that answer which in your opinion is the correct or best answer and make a cross in the appropriate response box. If you are sure of your answer, then also make a cross in the box containing the question mark. Use only a PENCIL when making your crosses. If you wish to change your selection, erase the original pencil mark completely. 1.1 A ball moves with simple harmonic motion between points K and L (distances are in metres). If the magnitude of the acceleration of the ball at point M is 5.00 m/s 2 , then the
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