Phys 0174 - CEx _14B (practice final exam-part B)

Phys 0174 - CEx _14B (practice final exam-part B) - Phys...

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Unformatted text preview: Phys 0174 Fall 2008 P. Koehler Max total score: 100 My total score: Do all of your work in this shaded area. Answer 1a: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 1b: units ? 5 points earned: included in the Final Examination on Friday, ems on your own. Look up any equations you .) d points. The program does not give partial the solutions. DO NOT TURN IN THIS t of inertia e free N is applied to the block e string does not slip on the wheel. F m T Answer 2a: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 2b: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 2c: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 3: units ? 5 points earned: together to r to the plane Table 9.2) x to rims of radius R 2 =8.00 cm. clined at an angle pool at rest? he ramp to keep the spool from slipping while held at rest e ramp without slipping with its center of mass f the spool about its CM? (The CM of the spool is at its F Answer 4: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 5a: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 5b: units ? 5 points earned: ngth L=0.600 m hrough its center. d v=5.50 m/s hits en released? , which are the three nd the inner *R 2 .) leased from rest out slipping. x M M m r 1 r 1 r 2 Answer 5c: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 6a: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 6b: units ? 5 points earned: Answer 7a: units ? 5 points earned: mass has descended by a vertical distance h=1.25m from l by means of a ce of (3/4)L up ? A positive answer means that the direction of this force =340 km above its surface? T 3L/4 H Answer 7b: units ?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course PHYS 0174 taught by Professor Kohler during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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Phys 0174 - CEx _14B (practice final exam-part B) - Phys...

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