Ch13 - Q-Review-a Which version of mechanics did you have?...

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Q-Review-a Which version of mechanics did you have? 2)Other version here 3)Took mechanics at another college 4) Got AP credit for mechanics 5)Never took a mechanics course
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Q-Review-b Which of these arrows represents the vector < −4, 2, 0>? 1) a b 2) b b 3) c b 4) d b 5) e b 6) none of the above
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Q-Review-c What is the magnitude of the vector < 3, 5, −2 >? 1) 5.48 2) 6.16 3) 6.00 4) 30.00 5) 38.00
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Q-Review-d What is the unit vector in the direction of the vector < 3, 5, −2 >? 1) < 3, 5, −2 > 2) < 1, 1, −1 > 3) < 0.49, 0.81, 0.32 > 4) < 0.49, 0.81, −0.32 > 5) < 0.3, 0.5, −0.2 >
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Q-Review-e A proton is at location < 0, 3, −2> m. An electron is at location < −1, 0, −6> m. What is the relative position vector from the proton to the electron? 1) < −1, 3, −8 > m 2) < −1, −3, −4 > m 3) < 1, 3, 4 > m 4) < 1, −3, 8 > m 5) < 1, 0, 6 > m
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A proton placed at location A experiences an electric force in the direction shown below. What is the direction
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course PHY 303L taught by Professor Turner during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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Ch13 - Q-Review-a Which version of mechanics did you have?...

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