Physics 33 MidTerm #1
Name
________________________
Friday, October 19, 2000
This test is closed book, closed notes.
No calculators, please.
You may use a 3” by 5”, handwritten note card.
•
For numerical calculations,
you must use only those values provided on this test paper
.
Some of these numbers have
been approximated for ease of calculation.
electron charge e
=
– 1.6 x 10
–19
C
electron mass m
e
=
9 x 10
–31
kg
Coulomb constant k
=
9 x 10
9
Nm
2
/C
2
•
If
any
numerical values are given in a problem, a numerical answer is expected. You do not need to convert fractions
to decimals, and you can leave any
π
’s in answers as
π
.
•
For numerical calculations involving natural logs, use the following table:
•
For full credit, you must explain or show how your answers are obtained.
Do not state the result of a homework,
inclass, or textbook problem without proof!
•
What to do if you run out of room on a page:
FLIP your test and write on the back.
(Which means you shouldn’t
write on the back of the page on which you just ran out of room!)
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 Spring '09
 Kesten
 Physics, Solar System, Electric charge, 31 kg, 1011 m

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