4_1 - Clickers - Line integrals and conservative forces

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Energy 2 Did you start reading Ch 4 for today? A) Yup, 4.1 and 4.2 B) Sort of... parts of it C) No, but I plan to (after the exam!) D) No, I tend to just read what I have to for solving homework problems E) (None of these something else best describes my answer here) 3 When I do read for class, I usually A) Read the Taylor assignment (only) B) Read the online lecture notes (only) C) Both the above! D) Mix of the above (but not really both, usually) E) Other: none of the above really describes my answer. 4 In which of the following situations is nonzero net work done on the specified object? (Consider a finite but short time interval) I- A book is pushed across a table at constant speed II- A car goes around a corner at a constant 30 mph III- An acorn is falling from a tree (still near the top) A) i only B) ii only C) iii only D) i and iii only E) Other/not sure 5 A) Done with page 1 (pretzels), got it!...
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