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Unformatted text preview: PHY 3221: Mechanics I Fall Term 2009 Final Exam, December 16, 2009 This is a closed book exam lasting 90 minutes. Since calculators are not allowed on this test, if the problem asks for a numerical answer, answering 2 + 2 is as good as 4, and 2 is as good as 1 . 4142 ... . There are six problems worth a total of 21 points, out of a maximum of 20 points. Each problem carries equal weight. The problems appear on the second and third page of this test. Begin each problem on a fresh sheet of paper. Use only one side of the paper. Avoid microscopic handwriting. Put your name, the problem number and the page number in the upper righthand corner of each sheet. To receive partial credit you must explain what you are doing. Carefully labelled figures are important! Randomly scrawled equations are not helpful. Draw a box around important results (or at least results which you think might be im portant)....
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 Spring '08
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 mechanics

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