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. \.  J! (15 pts) Problem 1: Multiple choice conceptual questions. Fill in your answers on the bubble sheet. 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. 1.6. 1.7. 1.8. 1.9. You have two balloons, one ﬁlled with air and one ﬁlled with helium. If you put both balloons into a tub of liquid nitrogen,
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a. conservation of energy b. conservation of (regular) momentum 0. conservation of angular momentum d. conservation of mass/volume @ probability f. none of the above 1.11. As an airplane ﬂies horizontally at a constant elevation, the pressure above a wing is the pressure below the
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seconds per point instead. How much better is my signaltonoise ratio likely to be?
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e. 8 times better 1.15. First, heat is added to a gas while keeping its volume constant, increasing its temperature to 2.5x the original value. Next,
the gas is compressed to 40% of its original value while keeping the temperature constant. Which of the following diagrams best represents the two processes on a standard P—V diagram?
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aluminum ring. Both are at 50° C. If you heat up only the ring, how hot does it need to get (°C)? (b) A typical 100 W incandescent light bulb has a tungsten ﬁlament which is at a temperature of 3000 K. Typically, of the 100 W
that goes into the bulb, 97.4 W of heat is conducted or convected away, and only 2.6 W is radiated as light (and most of that is
invisible infrared light—now you see why incandescent lights are so inefﬁcient). If you assume the emissivity of the ﬁlament to be
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(0(3) (n__ot the absolute pressure P). What was the density of the liquid? Vmuﬁéwe lrvu r.“ “2:. p “()(QSSWF‘ alga 2 ‘00 JV m L\ h gauge pump bottle Thermo Exam 1 — pg 9 “Sr (11 pts) Problem (a) A 3 kg block of metal is suspended from a scale and immersed in water as in the A ﬁgure. The dimensions of the block are 12 cm x 10 cm x 8 cm. What will be the reading of the spring
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= 0 eV; state 2 = 0.2 eV; state 3 = 0.5 eV. (The conversion between eV and joules is found on page 1 of the exam.) If the
temperature is 1000 K, what is the probability twat the azmris in the 10 est energy state? ~20J
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