Physics_7A_-_Spring_2006_-_Lin_-_Midterm_2

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University of California at Berkeley Physics 7A Lecture 1 Professor Lin Spring 2006 Second Midterm Examination April 3, 2006, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Print Name _____________________________ Discussion Section # ___________ Signature _______________________________ Discussion Section TA _________ Student ID# _____________________________ This exam is closed book, but you are allowed one 8.5" x 11" (double-sided) page of handwritten notes. You may use a calculator, however NO wireless calculators are allowed. Anyone using a wireless calculator will forfeit their exam and automatically receive the score of zero. You may use g = 10 m/s 2 . a) Write your name, Discussion Section #, GSI name and SID# on the top of all materials you intend to hand in and want to be graded. b) Remember to circle all of your final answers. c) Express all numerical results to 3 significant figures. Cross out any work you decide is incorrect, with an explanation in the margin. Read through the entire exam to start. Work to maximize your credit — try to obtain at least partial credit on every part of every problem. Do your work clearly so we can easily follow. Show all work, using the front and back sides of this exam paper. If you do not show relevant work for any part of a problem, you will not be awarded any credit, even if the answer is correct. If you recognize that an answer does not make physical sense and you do not have time to find your error, write that you know that the answer cannot be correct and explain how you know this to be true.
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