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Unformatted text preview: Name _______________________ Student ID _______________ Score______ _____ last first Physics 131, Winter 2009 Exam 1 Q0 Phys 131-E1 FWI09.docx ============================================================= READ THIS ENTIRE PAGE NOW Do not open the exam before 9:00. You will have 50 minutes after that to complete the examination. Cell Phones are not allowed during the Exam =========================================================== Before the exam begins: Print your name, and write your student ID number in the spaces on this page (above). During the exam: Important! When the exam begins, print your name at the top of each and every page. Do this first when you are told to open your exam. • If you are confused about a question, raise your hand and ask for an explanation. • If you cannot do one part of a problem, move on to the next part. • This is a closed book examination. You may have one sheet of paper upon which you have written your name and useful information. You should turn in the page with your exam. • You may use a calculator, but not a computer or other programmable device. • Please turn off your cell phone unless you are expecting an emergency call. • If you need more space than is available to answer any part of a problem, use the back side of the same page to complete your answer. Clearly indicate to the grader that you used the back side. Do not use scratch paper; it will be ignored. • Show your work in enough detail so that the grader can follow your reasoning and your method of solution. Circle your answers, and state units if appropriate. For numerical answers 2 significant figures ( e.g., 1.2s, 6.1x10 2 m) will be sufficient unless otherwise stated in the problem. Part A: Problem 1. 1D Motion [22 pts] ___________ Problem II. Rope Swing [12 pts] ___________ Part B: Problem I. Displacement and acceleration [15 pts] ___________ Problem II. Diving Whale [6 pts] ___________ Problem III. Forces [6 pts] ___________ Problem IV. Circular Motion [9 pts] ___________ Total [70 pts] ___________...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course PHY PHYSICS 13 taught by Professor Mylander during the Spring '09 term at Cal Poly Pomona.
- Spring '09