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Unformatted text preview: PHYS1200 PHYSICS II EXAM 2A Oct 29, 2008 NAME __SOLUTION KEY___ Exams for each section are given in the rooms listed. If you are in the wrong section, move to the right one immediately. Circle your section number below. SECTION EXAMINATION INSTRUCTOR Section time NUMBER ROOM 1 DCC 308 Gubanova MR 8:00 A.M. 2 DCC 308 Gubanova MR 10:00 A.M. 3 DCC 324 Schroeder MR 10:00 A.M. 4 DCC 308 Persans MR 12:00 NOON. 5 DCC 308 Persans MR 12:00 NOON 6 SA 3303 Garcia MR 2:00 P.M. 7 DCC 308 Persans MR 2:00 P.M. 8 DCC 324 Strnisa MR 4:00 PM 9 DCC 318 Lewis TF 10:00 A.M. 10 DCC 318 Lewis TF 12:00 NOON 11 SAGE 3303 Stillman TF 12:00 NOON. 12 SAGE 3303 Korniss TF 2:00 PM There are 7 different pages in this quiz, including the cover page. Check now to see that you have all of them. Place your name on every page. CREDIT GRADE PART A 40% PART B 30% PART C1 15% PART C2 15% TOTAL 100% All work and answers must be given in the spaces provided on these pages. Work must be shown for part B. You are permitted the use of one 8 ½ x11" sheet of notes. Use of any other materials will result in a zero for this examination. You may use a calculator for math functions. Collaboration on this exam will result in zero grade for all students involved. Answer questions in the space provided. Use the back of pages if more space is needed. Show your work logically and neatly. On questions or explanations, use complete sentences. Ambiguous or unclear answers will be graded as incorrect. NAME ______________________________ PART A . Each question is worth 4%. In the space provided, to the left of the question number, write the letter corresponding to the best answer to the question. Use the following graph for multiple choice problems 14....
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