Exam_II_F_01 - Exam 2 Physics 211 Fall 2001 Name_ This exam...

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Exam 2 Physics 211 Fall 2001 Name_________________________ This exam consists of four questions, each with several parts. If you cannot do one part, move on to the next. Partial credit will be given on all parts of this exam. This is a closed book exam. You will need a calculator. Please remember to write your name above, and on every page. To receive full credit, you must show all your reasoning. Remember that arrows are a great aid in reasoning and that relying on plus and minus signs can be tedious and dangerous! Correct answers are not enough, and if fact, less important than your reasoning. Do not worry too much about errors in calculation, as I will look more for your understanding of, and your ability with, the concepts. Do not use the “kinematic equations” from the text. All problems can be solved with the concepts and equations below. Please ask if the wording of a question is not clear to you. Let g = 10N/kg on all problems. Please write your name on every page. 1
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Exam 2 Physics 211 Fall 2001 Name_________________________ [25 points] A 5 kg block compresses a spring 0.1 m and is then released from rest. The table is frictionless until point A with friction from there on. The block takes 0.5 seconds to come to rest after point A. The spring constant k = 3000 N/m. g = 10N/kg.
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course PHYS Physics 21 taught by Professor Larrywatson during the Fall '08 term at North Dakota.

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