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Unformatted text preview: PHYSICS 126 THIRD EXAM April6, 2000 007 3 008 4 I se print your name: \- (Firs| Circle your discussion section: Section Meets Instructor at Grafe Gray Gray /1 (o = s-/-t,5) Section 0t2 013 014 016 017 1 t2 l l 2 3 o{Uht ruA.L (Last) Meets Instructor at Hegyi Hegyi Grafe Gray Grafe Instructionp: This is a closed-book, 9g-minute exam. You may refer to a 3" by 5" note card and use a calculator' There are twenty multiple-choice questions for which no partial credit can be grven. RECORD YOUR Al{swERS ON rrn rvrecrm.[E--scAl.0.IED SI{EETS, USING A #2 PENCIL. At the end of the exam, turn in your answer sheet and your copy ofthe exarn, in the indicated piles by your instructor's name at the front of the room. You will get your exam back in discussion section' ' in your name, your student ID number, and your discussion section number by blockinqg{!. appropriaq: bryfes on the left side ofthe scantron sheei. AL50, IN TI{E COLUMN MARKED "FORIyI,' INDICATE TI{E VERSION NTJMBER OF YOIJR EXAIvI. Your exam version number is I Finally, before turning in the answ€r sheet, sigR your narne, put in the course number uP126* and write today's date, "04-06-00.' Possibly Useful Constants: "kilo" (k) = 103 "Megd'(M) = 106 *milliu (m) = l0'3 micro" (p) = to-6 electronic charge e= 1.60x lQ'le C mass of electron= 9.ll x l0'3I kg speed of light c = 3.00 x l0t m/s For each questiorl choose the one best answq and bubble in the corresponding letto on the Scantron answer shea.- l. When light incident upon the surface of a lake enters the water, there is a change in t/ (,e{the frequency and the wavelength pftne speed ofthe ligtrt" the frequency, and the wavelength '(C) only the speed of the light [email protected] speed of the light and the wavelength @-the speed of the light and the frequency 2. Which one of the following statements about a plane mirror is incorrect? (A) the macnification is +l @jltt" imale is real @he image is the same size as the object (D) the image is always upright @) the image and object distances are equal in magnitude 3. A light bulb is embedded in the bottom of a swimming pool filled with water (n = 1.33). The only rays of light that will emerge from the water af,e rhose emitted at an angle 0 with respect to the vertical that is (A) greater than29.2o @) less than 37.3o (C) at least 40.5o @less than 48.8o \pf greaterthan 13.7' atOaa 11 ,t-/^, It,>3 4. Given a real object, it is impossible to form (A) a virtual image with a concave [email protected] image with a convex mirror !{ofnim4ge smaller than the object with either kind of mirror an inverted image with a concave mirror inverted image with a @nvex mirror 5. The figure shows 5....
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