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Unformatted text preview: Phys 151 Fall 04 Quiz 1 Name: Signature: ID: 1. The circles below represent the locations of two cars traveling in the same direction on parallel tracks. At which point or points are the two cars moving with the same speed? A B C D E A. A B. B C. C D. D E. E F. C & D G. between A & B *H. between B & C I. between C& D J. between D&E 2. The graph below shows the motion of two objects X and Y. Do the two objects ever have the same speed? If so, when? Location Time A B C D A. Yes, at A B. Yes, at B C. Yes, at C D. Yes, at D *E. No, never Phys 151 F04 Pop Quiz 2 Name: Signature: Sect: 1. Which of the following closely describes what is usually-defined as uniformly-accelerated motion? *A. a parked car rolling down a hill after the parking brake fails B. a sprinter in a 100-m race C. a car driving up a hill at a steady 45 mph D. a bowling ball going down the lane E. none of the previous F. all of the previous 2. A toilet malfunction occurs in an airplane and an "object" falls (not thrown!) from an airplane and is observed to take 15 s to reach the ground. If air resistance can be neglected, at about what height was the observed to take 15 s to reach the ground....
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course PHYS 151 taught by Professor Lim during the Winter '10 term at Drexel.
- Winter '10