Phymid1 - Simon Fraser University Physics 101 Fall 2008...

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Simon Fraser University Physics 101 Fall 2008 Midterm Exam 2 - version A Friday, November 14, 2008 Time allowed: 50 minutes Last Name:________________________ First Name:________________________ SFU Stud ID #:_____________________ Instructions: Please write your name and student number and fill it in on the optically readable scan cards given to you for your responses to questions in Part I. No books or aids other than the formula sheet provided in this exam are allowed. Only Aurex SC 6108 or Aurex 6145 calculators are permitted. No cellphones or PDA’s are permitted to be out during the examination. No communication of any sort with other students nor looking at other student’s papers is permitted during the examination and will result in a mark of zero and possible further disciplinary action by the University. Part I : Multiple Choice Questions: 5 marks each Answer all questions. Please carefully fill in the box corresponding to the correct answer on the optically readable cards. No credit will be given for answers circled on this sheet. Q1. To increase the moment of inertia of a body about an axis, you must: (a) increase the angular acceleration. (c) decrease the angular velocity (b) increase the angular velocity. (d) place part of the body farther from the axis (e) make the body occupy less space Q2. The total angular momentum of a system will be conserved if:
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHYS 101 taught by Professor Vighen during the Fall '08 term at Simon Fraser.

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Phymid1 - Simon Fraser University Physics 101 Fall 2008...

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