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Unformatted text preview: rut/5;; R05; ExamZA Name: Section: [ certify that 1 have abided by the rules and the spirit off/7c) Duke Community Standard. Grading scores: MC P1 P2 P3 Total: 111 questions or problems not requiring numerical answers, express your answers in
terms of the symbols given, and standard constants such as g. . . 2
ll numbers are required, use g = 10 m/s . Record your MC answers: MC1__ MC2_ MC3 M01 MCS MC6 Multiple Choice: 4 Points Each 1. The driver of a car of mass 1200 kg encounters a speed hump on a level road. If the
curvature radius of the hump is 15 m, what is the fastest speed at which she can drive
over the hump without making the car lift off the road? A) 31.2 km/h
lg) 41.7 km/h
wﬂmﬁgégj? 44.1 km/h
D) 54.0 km/h
E) 62.4 km/h. 2. A race car can accelerate from rest to 30 m/s in 4.6 s. If the power output of the car remains constant, how long does it take the car to accelerate from 30 m/s to 60 m/s?
[Neglect air drag] A) 4.6 s.
B) 6.5 s.
C) 9.2 s.
D) 13.8 s.
E) 18.4 s. ,3 3. Which of the following objects reach the bottom of a 30° incline in the shortest time,
if they are released from rest at the top and roll downhill without slipping: A) A solid disk rolling downhill. B) A hoop rolling downhill. C) A can of Campbell split pea soup.
D) A solid sphere rolling downhill.
E) A hollow sphere rolling downhill. 4. What is the rotational kinetic energy of a solid sphere with mass 100 kg and 5 cm
radius, which rotates around its center once every 2 seconds? Mme 0493 J. a M a, Z, a '7" K
B) 0.986 J. Kwaéﬁﬂm 2*: gate iﬁi 5.,
C) 0.197 J. “ W «A a “t”
D) 0.394J a g kg W632 # a, M
E) 2.46.). a“ teas} » EA; 3 as??? “get 5. Ball A ofmass 0.4 kg is dropped from a height of5 m, and ball B of mass 0.2 kg is
dropped from a height of 10 m. Which object has the larger momentum / greater
kinetic energy when it hits the ground? [Neglect air resistance] A) Ball A has larger momentum. B) Ball B has larger momentum. C) Ball A has greater kinetic energy. D) Ball B has greater kinetic energy. E) Both balls have the same momentum. 6. A Honda Civic collides head on with a Chevrolet Suburban, which is twice as heavy
as the Civic. When the Sheriff arrives at the accident scene, he notices that both cars
came to a stop right where the collision happened. From this observation the police
officer can conclude that A) the Suburban had already come to a stop when the Civic hit it.
B) both cars traveled at the same speed. C) the Civic drove four times as fast as the Suburban. D) the Civic drove half as fast as the Suburban. E) the Civic drove twice as fast as the Suburban. ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2010 for the course PHYSICS 53L taught by Professor Mueller during the Fall '07 term at Duke.
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