bfinal_10 - Physics 9B-C Final Exam December 8, 2010

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Final Exam, 12/8/10 Page 1 of 2 Cole, UC Davis Physics 9B-C Final Exam December 8, 2010 Put
your
name
on
your
blue
book.

There
are
eight
problems
on
two
pages.

Work
problem
#
1
 and
the
next
7
problems
on
your
blue
book.

Please
put
each
problem
on
a
new
side
of
a
page.

 Except
for
problem
#1,
no
credit
will
be
given
for
answers
without
work.

Answers
must
have
 correct
units.

Good
Luck! [1]

 Record
the
answer
that
correctly
completes
the
sentence
in
your
blue
book. a)

An
ice
cube
is
floating
in
a
glass
of
water.

As
the
ice
cube
melts,
the
water
level
of
the
glass
 will
(increase
|
decrease
|
remain
the
same). b)

For
a
transverse
wave
on
a
string,
the
tangential
velocity
of
the
string
will
be
greatest
where
 the
(
slope
|
displacement
|
thickness
|
none
of
the
above
)
of
the
string
is
maximum. c)

A
Soliton
behaves
like
a
(
small
amplitude
wave
|
tsunami
|
particle
|
none
of
the
above
)
. d)
If
the
width
of
a
single
slit
is
doubled,
the
width
of
the
central
diffraction
maximum
will
 (
halve
|
double
|
quadruple
|
none
of
the
above
)
. e)
During
the
time
a
system
is
changing
its
phase
from
liquid
to
gas,
the
amount
of
heat
absorbed
 is
proportional
to
the
(
temperature
change
|
latent
heat
|
all
of
the
above
) . f)
If
the
radius
of
curvature
of
surface
on
a
lens
is
on
the
side
of
the
lens
in
which
light
is

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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course PHY 9B PHY9AFQ201 taught by Professor Stevn during the Winter '11 term at UC Davis.

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