Physics 52 Proficiency Test 4s_2

Physics 52 Proficiency Test 4s_2 - Zeroth Law First Law...

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Physics 52 Proficiency Test 4(Sample) (Time: 5 minutes) 25 points By Todd Sauke Name ________________________ Section # ________ For the following items, indicate which law(s) of thermodynamics the item violates. In the Escher print above, water flows down the channels, until reaching the top, where it cascades down, turning a water wheel to extract work, and beginning the cycle again. The law(s) of thermodynamics violated above are (circle as many as apply): Zeroth Law First Law Second Law None of these (over)
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The drinking bird toy is said to repeatedly dip its beak into a glass of water, then straighten back up, repeating over and over. The law(s) of thermodynamics violated above are (circle as many as apply):
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Unformatted text preview: Zeroth Law First Law Second Law None of these ______________________________________________________________________ Bh skara's wheel was invented in 1150 by Bh skara II, an Indian mathematician, in an attempt to create a perpetual motion machine. The wheel consisted of curved or tilted spokes partially filled with mercury. Once in motion, the mercury would flow from one side of the spoke to another, thus forcing the wheel to continue motion. The law(s) of thermodynamics violated above are (circle as many as apply): Zeroth Law First Law Second Law None of these...
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