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Physics 211
(Spring 2007)
Final Exam (May 10, 2007)
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Equations:
Kinematic equations: See table below.
Also useful
1
(
)
2
f
i
x
i
xi
xf
x
x
v t
x
v
v
t
=
+
=
+
+
Static friction:
μ
s
f
N
Kinetic friction:
k
f =
N
Scalar vector product:
cos
AB
θ
=
A B
g
Work done by constant force:
W
∆
= F
r
g
Standard form for a traveling wave:
(
29
( , )
sin
y x t
A
kx
t
=
 ϖ + φ
wave traveling to right
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A 4kg block is oscillating horizontally on a spring with spring constant k = 1875N/m.
The maximum speed measured for the block is v = 10 m/s.
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This document was uploaded on 10/29/2011 for the course PHSX 211 at MSU Bozeman.
 Spring '07
 GregoryFrancis

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