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Physics 7A — Section 3 (Stabler) Spring 2001 SECOND MIDTERM EXAMINATION Please do all your work on the front and back pages of this exam. Write your name
on all pages. These problems, like those on the previous exam, are at the same level as the homework.
The only difference is that your answers are to be algebraic, not numerical. You must
attempt all three problems. If you become stuck on one, go on to another and return
to the ﬁrst one later. You should Show all your reasoning, since partial credit will be
allotted. Remember to circle your ﬁnal answer. 36’ ~ ‘3’
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