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Student ID#. 1Ba Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Oscillations, Waves, Electric
ity and Magnetism Midterm #2. Monday 12 May. 2008 Instructor: Steve Cowley Please do not write in this region —
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— Open book, open notes — no talking. Please write your answers in the space provided below. Partial credit is
given for answers that are on the right track so show your working. You may use rough paper but please put the‘
working on these sheets. Answers need not be more accurate than two signiﬁcant ﬁgures. If you don’t have much
time you will get almost all of the credit for writing down the right expression (with the right numbers inserted) and leaving the amour}.
No calculators or cell phones are to be used in the exam. Question 1. Listening to Moving Music. 20 points
Sound waves have a. velocity v = 340m/s and you may use the doppler formula derived in class (or the book). r _ Vile is l L V'ilfi" (a) You are standing (stationary) beside the road and a car comes towards you and passes you at velocity
34m/s. In the car the radio is broadcasting an electric guitarist playing a note with frequency 990 3‘1. Calculate the frequencies (of the guitar note) you hear before and after the car passes. 4 points
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