Midterm2_fall2001 - Physics 10 midterm exam 2 November 16,...

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Physics 10 midterm exam 2 November 16, 2001 Physics for Future Presidents Last name____________________ First name___________________ SID___________ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Essay question: (do this question last, in your blue book or on the blank sheet) worth 20 points. Pick one of the following questions. Discuss the noticeable and/or important effects that arise from: (1) the cancellation of waves or (2) the different velocities of waves as they travel though different parts of the same material or (3) invisible light ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Multiple choice questions, worth a maximum of 30 points (1 point each) If the time between the S and P waves is 5 seconds, the distance to the earthquake is: ( ) about 5 miles ( ) about 1 mile ( ) about 25 miles ( ) about 1/5 mile To make clothes appear extra clean, manufacturers apply: ( ) infrared radiation ( ) electron beam ( ) ultraviolet radiation ( ) fluorescent dyes when a nuclear reactor loses its moderator ( ) the chain reaction stops ( ) the chain reaction increases ( ) the chain reaction is unaffected ( ) the radioactivity stops A mirage forms when the light near the ground is
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2010 for the course PHYS 10 taught by Professor Muller during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Midterm2_fall2001 - Physics 10 midterm exam 2 November 16,...

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