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BE 1300 Final Exam December 14, 20121 Final Exam for BE 130010:40 AM to 1:10 PM NAME (Print)_____________________________ID#____________________ Quiz Section (Time, Day, and TA's name):______________________ CLOSED BOOK/CLOSED NOTES/ CELL PHONE OFF Nothing except this exam, your calculator (devoid of programmed equations) and a pen may be on your desk or in your line-of-sight at any time. Please turn off cell phones. Do not use pencils on your exam papers. Any scratch work may be done on the reverse sides of this exam. However, credit for anything on the reverse side of the exam will not be given unless you specifically mention that the problem is continued on the back of the page. College policy states that anyone giving or receiving information during an exam will be given an immediate failing grade for the course. I understand and agree to abide by the above rules. SIGNATURE(Do not print):____________________________________ NO EXAM WILL BE GRADED WITHOUT A SIGNATURE. Of problems 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16, only four will be graded. DRAW A LINE BELOW THROUGH THE PROBLEM THAT YOU DO NOT WANT GRADED.If you fail to do that, we will grade problems 12, 13, 14, and 15. Problem 1-10 ____ /30 Problem 11 ____ /10 Problem 12 ____ /15 Problem 13 ____ /15 Problem 14 ____ /15 Problem 15 ____ /15 Problem 16 ____ /15 TOTAL ______ /100
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BE 1300 Final Exam December 14, 20122 Problems 1-10 are multiple choice. Put a circle around your choice(s) in each problem. Each question is worth three points. Do all of these. Problem 11 is worth 10 points. Do this problem. Problems 12-16 are each worth 15 points. Only four of them will be graded. Please indicate clearly, on page 1, which one you do not want us to grade by drawing a line through it. If you fail to do that, we will grade only problems 12, 13, 14, and 15.
BE 1300 Final Exam December 14, 20123 Equations and Formulas Electrical resistivity = RA/LElectronic charge: 1.60210-19 Coulomb Speed of light in a vacuum: 3108 m/s Planck's constant: h= 6.6310-34J s = 4.1310-15eV s Photon Energy: E= hννλ = cFor FCC unit cell a = 21.5R and the APF is 0.74 For BCC unit cell a = 4R/3½ and the APF is 0.68 Sphere volume Vs = (4/3)πR3
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