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FINAL TEST Course Name: Physics 12 Course Code: SPH4U Date: May 12 , 2019 Time: 2 Hours Student Name: INSTRUCTIONS 1. Check that your examination has 6 pages including this cover page. 2. Answer all questions IN the space provided for the problems & explanations. 4. Marks are indicated for each question in brackets for the problems. 5. Simplify all answers unless otherwise stated. 6. Physical data and equations could be provided as a separate page. 7. Calculators, except graphing calculators, are permitted. STRUCTURE of EVALUATION This exam has the following sections: Knowledge and Understanding (K) / 18 Thinking and inquiry (T) / 11 Communication (C) / 5 Application (A) / 6 Total number of questions: Mark: / 40 Percentage NOTE: Marks are indicated for each question in brackets for the problems. (K= Knowledge and Understanding, T=Thinking and inquiry, C=Communication, and A=Applications) Short Answer Questions: Show your work for every question:
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1- A river flows with velocity 8 m/s [N] relative to the bank. A boat travels with a velocity of 6 m/s [E] relative to the river. What is the magnitude of the velocity of the boat relative to the bank? (1, K/U T/I A) (a) 8 m/s (b) 10 m/s (c) 12 m/s (d) 14 m/s 2- A mover pushes a sofa across the floor of a van. The mover applies 475 N of horizontal force to the sofa and pushes it 1.2 m. The work done on the sofa by the mover is (a) 285 J (b) 396 J (c) 570 J (d) Not enough information is given to answer the question. (1, K/U) 3-
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