1d3-2009-test1-solutions - Physics 1D03 Name Version 1...

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Physics 1D03 October 20, 2009 Version 1 Instructors: N. McKay (sections C01, C03) W. Okon (sections C04, C05, C06) D. Venus (section C02) Name_________________________________ Student Number:________________________ Mac email:[email protected] Instructor:______________________________ This test has 14 questions and 8 pages, plus a formula sheet attached after page 8. Make sure your paper is complete. Write your name and student number on this test paper before you begin. There are nine multiple-choice questions worth 2 marks each, and four long-answer problems worth 3 marks each. Only the McMaster standard calculator is allowed. Notes are not permitted. A sheet of formulae is attached at the end of this test. Do not write solutions on either side of this sheet; they will not be marked. Answers for the multiple-choice questions (Part A) must be marked on the optical scan sheet, using an HB pencil. Before you begin, print your name on the optical scan sheet and code your student number in the spaces provided on the scan sheet as well. You must code your student number correctly, and correctly answer the first question (which asks for your test version) to receive full marks. Long-answer problems (Part B) are to be answered directly on this test paper in the spaces provided. Clear and complete solutions are required for full marks. PLEASE DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA 2—10 (18) 11 (3) 12 (3) 13 (3) 14 (3) Total (12)
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Page 2 of 8 Part A (multiple choice): Mark the letter corresponding to the best or most nearly correct answer on the optical scan sheet. Each correct answer is worth 2 marks. An incorrect answer or unanswered question counts as zero marks.
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