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1 Name: ______________________________ (please print) Student Number: DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST BOOKLET UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. THIS IS A CLOSED-BOOK, NO-NOTES EXAM. • Please sit according to the seating chart. • Include the correct sign and units (S.I.) on all problems. • You may use a non-graphing calculator that does not do calculus. Please bring one. • Partial Credit will be given on most problems, as long as you show your work. Answers without sufficient documentation of how the work was done may not be given full credit. • The mean is often quite low on my exams. If you are having difficulty, don’t freak out. Many parts of problems can be done independently, so if you get stuck, see if you can do another section. The questions are not arranged in order of difficulty. • Only exams written in permanent ink will be re-graded upon request. Re-grade requests must be submitted within one week of when the corrected exams are available. • If you run out of room and need to write on the back of a page, leave a note to the grader
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Unformatted text preview: on the problem page regarding where she/he can find your work. Equations that may be useful: work = force ± dist ² F gravity = mg F spring = k spring (x - x ) ± P = ² gdx ³ Ideal Gas: PV = nRT = Nk B T C P- C V = nR Van der Waals: P + a n 2 V 2 ± ² ³ ³ ´ µ ¶ ¶ V · nb ( ) = nRT work P ± V = ± P ² dV V i V f ³ |work| electric = QV V = IR, I = Q/t E photon = h · ± Energy flux = ² T 4 where ² = 5.67 x 10-8 J/m 2 sK 4 dU = dq + dw (1 st Law) C V = (dq) V /dT and C P = (dq) P /dT H = U + PV giga = G = multiply by 10 9 mega = M = multiply by 10 6 kilo = k = multiply by 10 3 milli = m = multiply by 10-3 micro = μ = multiply by 10-6 nano = n = multiply by 10-9 pico = p = multiply by 10-12 femto = f = multiply by 10-15 “I attest that I have neither given nor received any aid on this exam.” ___________________________________ your signature...
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