Phys 0174 - CEx _14A (practice final exam-part A)

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Phys 0174 Fall 2008 P. Koehler Max total score: 100 My total score: 0 Do all of your work in this shaded area. Answer 1a: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 1b: units ? 5 points earned: 0 r points from the origin to Point B which has le (in degrees) that vector must make with the l be included in the Final Examination on e problems on your own. Look up any vant equations.) d points (5). The program does not give partial the solutions. DO NOT TURN IN THIS B C
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Answer 2a: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 2b: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 3a: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 3b: units ? 5 points earned: 0 ver a massless, le θ=37.0° with μ s =0.290 and sitive answer means m 1 accelerates up the incline.) peed of the ball is 23.0 m/s and its initial direction is 31.0° ore all effects of air friction. ating? θ m 2 m 1
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Answer 3c: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 3d: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 4a: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 4b: units ? 5 points earned: 0 the two positions where its deflection is θ m ? th L=1.15m. e steel ball m deflection swing, what is T 0 , L m g while F ass M=2.50 kg and radius R=7.50 cm. This pulley is . (Note: I=(1/2)*M*R 2 ) ched to m1 and tension T2 in the string attached to m2 θ m
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Answer 5a: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 5b: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 5c: units ? 5 points earned: 0 Answer 6: units ? 5 points earned: 0 worker n the position B, A to position B, a distance d=2.75 m down the ramp? A to position B, a distance d=2.75 m down the ramp?
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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 _14A (practice final exam-part A) -...

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