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Instructor(s):
Field/Hirschfeld
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
PHY 2048
Final Exam
April 26, 2008
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.
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At the end of the
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or black
ink
. Do not
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(6)
Hand in the answer sheet separately.
Where needed use
g
= 9
.
80 m/s
2
1. An elevator is moving upward with constant acceleration. The dashed
curve shows the position y of the ceiling of the elevator as a function
of the time t. At the instant indicated by the intersection of the solid
lines, a bolt breaks loose and drops from the ceiling. Which curve best
represents the position of the bolt as a function of time?
t
y
(1) B
(2) A
(3) C
(4) D
(5) E
2. Three vectors are arranged to form the right triangle as shown in the
diagram (they are also shown separated from the triangle to make clear
their directions). The vector
~
V
3
is equal to:
(1)
~
V
2

~
V
1
(2)
~
V
1

~
V
2
(3)
~
V
1
+
~
V
2
(4)
~
V
1
cos
θ
(5)
~
V
1
cos
θ
3. A man rides a Ferris wheel with a radius of 8.0m that makes 1 revolution every 20 s. When he is at the top, one diameter
above the ground, he releases a ball. How far from the point on the ground directly under the release point does the
ball land?
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