Physics 132 midterm 1 solutions Fall 2010 Salik

Physics 132 midterm 1 solutions Fall 2010 Salik - PHY 132...

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PHY 132 Midterm-1 October 25, 2010 NAME: PART A: Multiple Choice Questions. 1. The hydrostatic pressure at a certain depth in the ocean is 2 atm. The pressure will be 4 atm if you go A) twice B) three times C) four times D) five times as deep. 2. A waitress fills your water glass with ice water (containing many ice cubes) such that the liquid water is perfectly level with the rim of the glass. As the ice melts, A) the liquid-water level remains flush with the rim of the glass. B) the liquid water level rises, causing water to run down the outside of the glass. C) the liquid-water level decreases. D) the liquid-water level may increase, decrease, or stay the same depending on the shape of the glass. 3. Three balls with identical spherical shape and volume are placed in water. For all the four cases shown in the figure, the water level is the same. If you weigh each of these four containers, how will the weights compare? A) All of them weigh the same B) W d > W a = W b = W c C) W d = W c > W a = W b D) W d > W c > W b > W a E) W a > W b > W c > W d 4. The figure shows a 50 kg lead cylindrical piston which floats on 0.68 mol of
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course PHY 132 taught by Professor Rainey during the Fall '07 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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Physics 132 midterm 1 solutions Fall 2010 Salik - PHY 132...

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