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Physics 2010 Fall 2003 Exam 3 Cover Page. Do not open the exam until you are instructed to do so. You will have 90 minutes to complete the exam. a) Write your name and student identification number into the boxes provided on the scantron sheet and bubble in the characters. b) Write your recitation section number into the blank section on the scantron sheet. c) When the exam begins, write your name, student number and lab/recitation section on Question A and Question B. Question A and Question B require a written solution and are worth 30 points each. You must show your reasoning to receive credit. Enter the answers to the 8 multiple choice exam questions on the scantron sheet by bubbling in the choices with a #2 pencil . Each multiple choice question is worth 5 points. Hand in only your scantron sheet and your solutions to Questions A and B. Useful constants: Acceleration of gravity near the surface of the earth: g=9.80 m/s 2 Useful Conversions: 1 mile = 1609 meters 1 minute = 60 seconds 1 hour = 3600 seconds 1 year = 3.156x10 7 seconds 1 km = 1000 meters 1 cm = 0.01 meters 1 u = 1 atomic mass unit = 1.67x10 -27 kg
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MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN THE CORRECT ROOM PHYSICS 2010 EXAM 3 LOCATIONS Exam Room Lab Section Time Week Days Instructor BESC 180 101 / 201 0200-0350 M Jialin Li BESC 180 102 / 202 0400-0550 M Paul Parazzoli BESC 180 103 / 203 0800-0950 T Jialin Li CHEM 140 104 / 204 1200-0150 T Martin Nagel CHEM 140 105 / 205 0200-0350 T Duong Nguyen CHEM 140 106 / 206 0400-0550 T Zeb Barber CHEM 140 107 / 207 0800-0950 W Paul Parazzoli CHEM 140 108 / 208 0200-0350 W Duong Nguyen CHEM 140 109 / 209 0400-0550 W Zeb Barber CHEM 140 110 / 210 1000-1150 R Brian Sawyer CHEM 142 111 / 211 1200-0150 R Javier Von Stretcher CHEM 142 112 / 212 0200-0350 R Brian Sawyer CHEM 142 113 / 213 0800-0950 F Martin Nagel DUAN G1B30 114 / 214 0200-0350 F Zeb Barber DUAN G1B30 120 1200-0150 M Fred Blanc DUAN G1B30 130 1200-0150 F Javier Von Stretcher DUAN G1B30 240 1000-1150 M Eric Baird DUAN G1B30 250 1000-1150 W Noah Finkelstein
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Question A Name: _______________________________________________________ Student Number: _______________________________________________ Lab/Recitation Section Number and Date/Time: _______________________ 30 point problem: Write the solution in the space provided below or on the back side of this page. Show your reasoning.
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