PHY2130-Fall-2011 EXAM1-v2-w-key

PHY2130-Fall-2011 EXAM1-v2-w-key - PHY2130 EXAM #1...

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1 PHY2130 EXAM #1 September 21, 2011 Name (print):____________________, ____________________, ________________ Last (family) first (given) middle (if any) ID Number: _____________________________ Please circle your quiz section if you would like to get your exam back Instructions: 1) Print your name and ID number at the top. 2) Keep the cover of exam CLOSED until the exam has started! 3) Using a pencil, fill out the answer sheet boxes and bubbles with your name and identification number (include leading 0’s in ID number) before starting the exam (you do not need to include date of birth, grade, sex, etc.). 4) You will have 55 minutes to do the exam. 5) You will not get back your scantron sheet. You will get back the exam pages from your quiz instructor. The answers will be posted on the web. 6) You may use a calculator. Cellphones, PDAs, etc., cannot be used as calculator. 7) When you are finished with the exam, please bring your student ID, the answer sheet and the exam to the instructor. 8) You are NOT to use notes or books during the exam, or to communicate with another student, or to look at another student’s exam. Any violation can result in a grade of “zero” for this exam or a failing grade for this course. All questions carry 5 points each. Total points: 100. You need to get 100 points for full score.
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2 Possibly useful equations: Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Vectors and motion along a line o Displacement (change in position): f i rr r   . o Average velocity: av r v t o average speed = distance traveled/ Δ t o Average acceleration: av v a t o Constant acceleration equations: x fx ix x vvv a t   1 2 fi f x i x x xx vv t    2 1 2 ix x x vt a t  22 2 fx is x a x  o 2 9.80 m s g Chapter 3 Two-dimensional motion sin opposite hypotenuse cos adjacent hypotenuse tan opposite adjacent
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This note was uploaded on 12/23/2011 for the course PHY 2130 taught by Professor Rehse during the Fall '08 term at Wayne State University.

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