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Final_2005a - PHYSICS 218 FINAL EXAM PHYSICS Fall 2005...

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PHYSICS 218 FINAL EXAM PHYSICS 218 FINAL EXAM Fall, 2005 513-516 __________________________________________________________________ You have the full class period to complete the exam. Formulae are provided on the last page. You may NOT use any other formula sheet. When calculating numerical values, be sure to keep track of units. You may use this exam or come up front for scratch paper. Be sure to put a box around your final answers and clearly indicate your work to your grader. All work must be shown to get credit for the answer marked. If the answer marked does not obviously follow from the shown work, even if the answer is correct, you will not get credit for the answer. Clearly erase any unwanted marks. No credit will be given if we can’t figure out which answer you are choosing, or which answer you want us to consider. Partial credit can be given only if your work is clearly explained and labeled. Put your initials here after reading the above instructions: Name:______________________ Signature:____________________ Student ID:__________________ E-mail:______________________ Section Number: _____________
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Part 1 (35) ___________ Problem 2 (30) ___________ Problem 3 (25) ___________ Problem 4 (30) ___________ Problem 5 (35) ___________ Problem 6 (20) ___________ Problem 7 (25) ___________ Total (200) ___________
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Part I. Conceptual Questions (5 pts each) Circle the correct answer 1. A ball is thrown up in the air. At the highest point the ball reaches, (a) its velocity is zero (b) its velocity is horizontal (c) its velocity is vertically down (d) its velocity is vertically up 2. If an object is in simple harmonic motion, its:
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2012 for the course PHYS 218 taught by Professor Safonov during the Spring '06 term at Texas A&M.

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