PHYS 180.002 Hour Exam #1
Spring
2010
(name)
For problems marked OSE, start with an Otficial Starting Equation.
1. (2 points)
Howdo
you feel about physics?
(A)  dread
it. (B) lt's OK. (C)  look
forward
to it.
(D) I am enthusiastic
about
it. (E) I am fanatical
to the point
of human
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counted
as correct).
2. Multiple
choice
and short answer
time.
(48 points)
2.1 (8 points)
lf the net
force on an object
points
in the
y
direction,
then
(A)
the
position
n'lust point
in the
y direction
(B)the velocity
of the object must point
in the
y direction,
( (C)the
acceleration
of the object must point
in the y direction,
(D) the velocity must
lilnO
mostly
towards
the general
areaof the y axis, although
not necessarily
exactly
along
the
y axis, or (E) the acceleration
must
tend mostly
towards
the general area of
the
y axis, although
not not necessarily
exactly
along
the y axis.
2.2 (10 points) Velocity
andacceleration:
{A)
The velocity
of an object
is the derivative
of the acceleration
with respect
to time,(Elhe acceleration
of an object
is the derivative
of the velocity with respect
to time,
(C)
the acceleration
of an object
is the integral
of the
velocity with respect
to time, (D) the velocity of an object
is the derivative of the
acceleration
with respect
to position,
(E)
the acceleration
of an object
is the derivative
of
the position with respect
to time.
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 Spring '10
 Farley
 Physics, Derivative, Acceleration, Velocity, Automobile, acceleration notradial acceleration

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