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Final-practice - Instructions Before you do anything else check to see that your exam has all 7 numbered pages If it does not raise your hand and

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Instructions Before you do anything else, check to see that your exam has all 7 numbered pages. If it does not, raise your hand and ask for a new exam. This exam will be computer-graded. You must use a num- ber 2 pencil to Fll out the bubble sheet; if you do not have apenc i l ,borrowonefromtheproctors . On the bubble sheet you must fll in one oF the small circles in each column where you make an entry .T h ec om p u t e r cannot read your ordinary writing. You must Fll in the following items: Your name, as it appears on your ID card. Your student ID number in the STUDENT # columns. The exam number (which is handwritten on the top right of this sheet) in the CODE columns. You can leave the other columns blank. Now answer the questions and Fll in your answers on the bubble sheet. There are 30 questions, and you have 60 min- utes. ±or each question, select the single best answer from among the choices listed; giving more than one answer will be marked wrong. Note that in some questions all of the choices may be true statements, but only one will properly answer the question. If you are unsure, it is best to guess an answer because a wrong answer is no worse than no answer. Raise your hand if you have any questions.
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Angular vs. actual size (small-angle formula): D = αd 206265 arcsec Kepler’s Third Law, with M in Solar masses, a in AU, and P in years: P 2 = a 3 M Kepler’s Third Law, with M in Earth masses, a in km, and P in seconds: P 2 =10 - 4 × a 3 M Newton’s Second Law of Motion: F = ma Newton’s Law of Gravity: F = Gm 1 m 2 r 2 Wien’s Law: λ peak = 0 . 0029 m K T Stefan-Boltzmann Law: F = σT 4 σ =5 . 67 × 10 - 8 Wm - 2 K - 4 Temperatures: T F = 9 5 T C +32 T C = 5 9 ( T F - 32) T K = T C +273 Doppler eFect: Δ λ λ 0 = v c Volume of a sphere of radius R : V = 4 3 πR 3 Density: density = mass volume Typical speed of molecules of mass m in a gas at temperature T : v gas = ± 3 kT m k =1 . 38 × 10 - 23 kg m 2 s - 2 K - 1 Escape speed for planet of mass M and radius R : v esc = ± 2 GM R Center of mass: r 1 M 1 = r 2 M 2 2
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1. The Roche zone is the region a) where graviational resonances clear a gap in the ring sys- tem. b) around a planet in which a moon is torn apart by tidal forces. c) of a giant planet where strong counter-rotating winds are seen. d) between Mars and Jupiter where many asteroids are found. e) around a planet in which large moons are found. 2. The Cassini division is the broad gap between Saturn’s outer ring
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course PHYSICS 109 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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Final-practice - Instructions Before you do anything else check to see that your exam has all 7 numbered pages If it does not raise your hand and

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