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Name__________________ Date_______________ Block___ Introductory Physics Final Review Packet Notes: You will be allowed to use one 8.5” by 11” sheet of paper (both sides) on the final, with any desired handwritten content. The exam will be part multiple- choice and part long-answer. On calculation problems, you must show your work. You must bring your own No. 2 pencil and your own calculator. Please sharpen all pencils in advance (of course). 1. How do you find ‘total distance covered’ from a distance-vs-time graph? 2. How do you find the average velocity from a distance vs. time graph? 3. How do you find distance covered from a velocity vs. time graph? 4. Draw a graph of distance vs. time for a car that stays stopped for 2 seconds and then goes forward at a constant speed for three seconds. 5. What does it mean if the distance line is horizontal on a distance-vs-time graph? 6. What does it mean if the velocity line is horizontal on a velocity-vs-time graph? 7. Draw graphs of position vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time for an object remaining at a constant position. 8. Draw graphs of position vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time for an object moving at a constant velocity. 9. Draw graphs of position vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time for an object moving with a constant positive acceleration. 10. Of the following physical quantities, make a table with the following columns(a) vector or scalar, (b) the standard metric units and special unit with abbreviation if applicable, (c) abbreviation, (d) definition, (e) equations if applicable: Distance, Time, Mass, Weight, Temperature, Velocity, Speed, Acceleration, Force, Momentum, Potential (gravitational) Energy, Kinetic Energy, Work, Power, Wavelength, Period, Frequency, Voltage, Current, Resistance 11. A parent wishes to measure a toddler’s height. Naturally, the parent wants to use the metric system. What tool should be used, and what units should be used, and what approximate height would be realistic (in those units)?
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