PHYS1211 Exam 2

# PHYS1211 Exam 2 - PHYS 1211 University of Georgia Prof...

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PHYS 1211, Exam #2 March 10, 2011 Initials: (2) Section I : [15 points] The six figures below labeled A-F are of blocks held stationary against a vertical wall by a horizontal pushing force. (a) Rank the blocks on the basis of magnitude of the normal force acting on them. Place the letter corresponding to the block with the greatest normal force acting on it in the leftmost box below, and continue in decreasing order to the right. If two blocks have the same normal force, put their letters in the same box . It’s possible that some boxes will be left blank. That’s OK; only the relative rank order matters. Greatest [Please use capital letters] Least B, F C, E A D (b) Rank the blocks on the basis of magnitude of the static friction force acting on them. Place the letter corresponding to the block with the greatest friction force acting on it in the leftmost box below, and continue in decreasing order to the right. If two blocks have the same friction force, put their letters in the same box . It’s possible that some boxes will be left blank. That’s OK; only the relative rank order matters.
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## This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course CHEM 1212 taught by Professor Suggs during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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