Question 2 - NAME BLAZER ID Write your name also in the back of the last page PH202-1C Test 4(Apr 21 2008 10:00am-10:50am You may not open the

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NAME BLAZER ID Write your name also in the back of the last page. PH202-1C Test 4 (Apr. 21, 2008, 10:00am-10:50am) You may not open the textbook nor notebook. A letter size information may be used. A calculator may be used. However, mathematics or physics formula programmed in a calculator may not be used. Write down, reasoning, calculation and answer in the blank space after each problem. Use the back- side of the sheet if necessary. Answers in symbolic mathematical forms without numerical calculation are allowed without penalty. If you prefer numerical calculation, you do not have to complete the final line of calculation. In this case, your answer should be one numerical equation which the instructor can enter to a calculator. (Mathematical procedure written in words is not considered as a solution.) Answers without reasonable explanation or mathematical derivation will receive no point. Partial credit may be given to correct reasoning and mathematical procedures even if your final answers are wrong. However, if the final answer is too obviously wrong, a partial credit may not be given. Important Physical Constants:
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2009 for the course PHYSICS 2212 taught by Professor Geist during the Fall '09 term at Georgia Perimeter.

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