Quiz4 - Physics 214 Quiz 4 4:30 PM T Bolton Name Instructions Print and sign your name on this quiz and on your scantron card In doing so you are

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Physics 214, Quiz 4 4:30 PM, April 16, 2010 T. Bolton Name Instructions. Print and sign your name on this quiz and on your scantron card. In doing so, you are acknowledging the KSU Honor Code: “On my honor as a student I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this assignment.” For two quick points , circle your studio instructor::: Lohman(TU 7:30) Bolton(TU 9:30) Van Domelen(TU 11:30) Murphy(TU 1:30) Lohman(TU 3:30) Farooq(WF 9:30) Van Domelen(WF 11:30) Work alone and answer all questions. Part I questions must be answered on the Scantron cards. Putyournameonyourcard . Co lorinthecorrectboxcomp lete lyforeveryanswerw ithapenc i l . If you make a mistake, erase thoroughly. Don’t forget to color in the boxes for your WID. If we have to correct this by hand we may take o f f ve points from your score! Part II
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Part I: All questions to be answered on your Scantron card (54 points total). 1. (3 points) If you strike a tuning fork and move it very slowly towards your ear, the main e f ect you perceive will be? (a) An increase in the frequency of the sound. (b) An increase in the intensity of the sound. (c) A decrease in the frequency of the sound. (d) A decrease in the intensity of the sound. 2. (3 points) Let “OOOOOOOOOO” denote a relatively low-pitched police siren and “EEEEEEEEEE” a relatively high pitched police siren. What would you hear from a police car sounding its siren as it approached you from the front and passed you moving in the opposite direction? (a) “OOOOOOOOOO”-“OOOOOOOOOO”! (b) “EEEEEEEEEE”-“OOOOOOOOOO”! (c) “OOOOOOOOOO”-“EEEEEEEEEE”! (d) “EEEEEEEEEE”-“EEEEEEEEEE”! 3. (3 points) Which statement is most correct for capacitors operating in AC circuits? (a) Capacitors are short circuits at low frequencies and open circuits at high frequencies.
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2010 for the course PHY 214 taught by Professor Timothybolton during the Spring '10 term at Kansas State University.

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Quiz4 - Physics 214 Quiz 4 4:30 PM T Bolton Name Instructions Print and sign your name on this quiz and on your scantron card In doing so you are

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