exam1_f10 - Name:_ Exam #1, Physics 1100, Fall 2010 Part A...

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Name:__________________________________ Exam #1, Physics 1100, Fall 2010 Print your name on every page and circle your section number below. Section Class Exam Room 1 Monday 8am, in 2c06, Adams, DCC308 2 Monday 10am, in 2c06, Adams, DCC308 3 Monday 12am, in 2c06, Wang, DCC330 4 Monday 10am, in 2c30, Eah, DCC324 5 Monday 2pm, in 2c06, Lin, DCC 318 6 Tuesday 10am, in 2c06, Wilke, DCC 318 7 Tuesday, 12am, in 2c06, Ciolek, DCC 308 8 Tuesday, 2pm, in 2c06, Wilke, DCC 318 9 Monday, 4pm, in 2c06, Zhang, DCC 308 10 Tuesday, 12am, in 2c30,Schroeder, DCC 308 11 Monday, 12am, in 2c30, Eah, DCC 324 You may detach the formula sheet, but leave exam pages attached. Cheating on this exam will result in an F in the course. Value Score Part A 60 Part B 20 Part C 20 Total 100
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Part A – (6 points each) Circle the letter of the correct answer. Numerical answers have been rounded to the digits shown. 1. If the standard deviation from the mean for a set of measured values is large it is safe to conclude that: A. The mean value is large. B. You made a mistake in the experiment. C. You measured too few data points. D. The deviations from the mean are mostly positive. E. None of the above. 2. An acceleration of 2 1.2 cm s is equivalent to how many Newtons per kg? A. 0.001 B. 0.01 C. 1.2 D. 120 E. None of the above. 3
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