F11P1CQuiz2A

F11P1CQuiz2A - Physics 1C Fall 2011: Quiz 2 Version A 1...

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Physics 1C Fall 2011: Quiz 2 Version A 1 10.17.11 Department of Physics Physics 1C Fall Quarter 2011 Dr. Paddock DO NOT TURN OVER THIS PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO PUT AWAY ALL BOOKS, NOTES, PHONES, COMPUTERS AND STUDY AIDS INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Print your full name below LAST NAME FIRST NAME MIDDLE INITIAL 2. Write your code number below ______________ . ENTER YOUR CODE NUMBER INTO THE “EXAM NUMBER” PART OF YOUR SCANTRON. If you do not remember your code number, or have some doubt about what it is, come up and see Forrest at the front of the room. 3. ENTER THE TEST VERSION IN THE “TEST FORM” BOX ON YOUR SCANTRON. 4. Flip over this page when instructed to begin the exam. 5. There are 10 problems ranging in difficulty. 6. All answers should be marked on the scantron form WITH PENCIL; no work needs to be shown. 8. An equation sheet is provided on the last page of the exam for reference. You may detach the equation sheet from the quiz. 9. Answer all questions. 10. When you have completed your quiz, turn in your scantron AND this copy of the quiz. GOOD LUCK! Version A
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Physics 1C Fall 2011: Quiz 2 Version A 2 10.17.11 Closed book. No work needs to be shown for multiple-choice questions. 1 . In a transverse wave on a spring, the coils of the spring vibrate: a. in directions parallel to the length of the spring . b. in directions anti-parallel to the length of the spring .
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