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• 37 multiplechoice and 12 numericalresponse questions, of equal value,
worth 70% of the examination
• 2 writtenresponse questions, of equal
value, worth a total of 30% of the
examination
This examination contains sets of
related questions. A set of questions
may contain multiplechoice
and/or numericalresponse questions.
A tearout Physics Data Sheet is included
near the back of this booklet. A Periodic
Table of the Elements is also provided.
Note: The perforated pages at the back
of this booklet may be torn out and
used for your rough work. No marks
will be given for work done on the
tearout pages. • Use only an HB pencil for the
machinescored answer sheet.
• Fill in the information required on
the answer sheet and the examination
booklet as directed by the presiding
examiner.
• Read each question carefully.
• Consider all numbers used in the
examination to be the result of a
measurement or observation.
• When performing calculations,
use the values of constants
provided on the tearout sheet.
Do not use the values programmed
in your calculator.
• If you wish to change an answer,
erase all traces of your first answer.
• Do not fold the answer sheet.
• The presiding examiner will collect
your answer sheet and examination
booklet and send them to Alberta
Learning.
• Now turn this page and read the
detailed instructions for answering
machinescored and writtenresponse
questions. Multiple Choice
Examples • Decide which of the choices best
completes the statement or answers
the question. Calculation Question and Solution
If a 121 N force is applied to a 77.7 kg
mass at rest on a frictionless surface,
the acceleration of the mass will be
2
_________ m/s .
(Record your threedigit answer in the
numericalresponse section on the answer
sheet.)
F
a=
m
2
121 N
= 1 .557 m/s
a=
77.7 kg
Record 1.56 on the
answer sheet
1 .56 • Locate that question number on the
separate answer sheet provided and
fill in the circle that corresponds to...
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2014 for the course PHYSICS Physics 30 taught by Professor Quinlan during the Fall '09 term at Centennial High School.
 Fall '09
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 Physics

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