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Unformatted text preview: j- - ' " Physics 2014 ~ Exam 1- Spring 2011 Ro \ Name: ~ L<. yr'v- .' ,..- -~ e lle f:l! Instructions: .-_.--'-"'-'- - - - ---- .... - ,his closed-book 50 minute exam may be supplemented by a valid reference sheet I submission. Incorrect name, seat, or lab section information will receive a IO-point P~.. , . h ) , • • • .;l;iole or pen responses will earn zero credit. Record all work in pencil using proper written English. Good Luck! ! } . Section 1 - Conceptual Physics [ 2 Points Each 1 Instructions: Questions are g;rouped into related situations. Circle or provide each question's best answer. I) Regarding physical quantities '( it v, ii): • Objects in 'free-fall' experience no gravitational ac ion (true ~ • An object's instantaneous velocity is ( never / 0 mes always) equal to its average velocity . • Physical quantity algebraic signs may be descri e WI out usin a coordinate system ~ ~e ). • Graph slopes may be ( positive only / negative only / ithefpositive negal! ). • Acceleration implies an object's velocity ( increases / decrease Ii g / remains constant ). • Areas under a graph may be ( positive only / negative only keith trSitiV"e-ortfegati ). f • Objects with tangential accelerations are in UCM ( true ~) ....
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course PHYS 2014 taught by Professor Nandi during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.
- Spring '08