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# midterm2_08 - Midterm 2 Page 1 of 2 UC Davis Cole Physics...

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Unformatted text preview: Midterm 2 Page 1 of 2 UC Davis, Cole Physics 9B-C Midterm 2 November 21, 2008 Put your name on your blue book. Put your name on your blue book. There are six problems on two pages.  Work problems on your  blue book.  Please put each problem on a new page (use front and back).  Except for problem #1,  no credit will be given for answers without work.  Answers must have correct units.  Remember  that the grader must be able to understand your solution to give you partial credit; therefore,   explain your solutions clearly and intelligently.  Incomprehensible work will receive no partial  credit.  Good Luck! [1]   Record the answer that correctly completes the sentence in your blue book. a)  An ice cube is floating in a glass of water.  As the ice cube melts, the water level of the glass  will (increase | decrease | remain the same). b) In the interference between two incoherent sources the resultant intensity Â is the sum of the  intensities of the individual sources  Â  =  Â 1   +  Â 2 . ( True | False ) c)  When a solid undergoes a phase-transition to a liquid, the heat absorbed is proportional to the   ( temperature change | mass | both of the above | none of the above) ....
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• Fall '08
• Cheng
• Physics, Work, University of California, Davis, Davis, California, largeranglethanredlight(True|False)., amplitudesfromthesingleslitsAandfindtheformulaforthe intensityasafunctionofandIø,theintensityatthecentral maximum, Putyournameonyourbluebook.Therearesixproblemsontwopages.Workproblemsonyour bluebook.Pleaseputeachproblemonanewpage

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