8.02 Exam #1 Conceptual Review
Spring 2015
March 04, 2015
By: Jason Choi
1
Administrivia
Please check the exam room assignments to see what time/place your sections exam is
taking place.
Exam 1 covers all material up to W05D1 (up to the Faraday cage exp

8.01L EXAM 3
Newtons Second Law:
A FEW POSSIBLY USEFUL FORMULAE
F = m
a
Force due to gravity near the surface of the Earth: Fg = m .
g
Force due to a spring (Hookes law): Fs = k(l l0 ) where the direction is opposite to
the direction of displacement from

Young & Freedman 13/e Problem 2-96
To help visualize the problem lets sketch a graph of the athletes vertical position y(t) above the ground as
a function of time t. We take t = 0 as the beginning of the jump.
y
ymax
ymax /2
time
t1
tmax
t2
When the athle

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Physics Department
8.01L: Physics I
Fall Term 2014
Problem Set #2
Due by 9 AM on Friday, September 19 in the bins near Room 8-329. Please put your name
and recitation number clearly on the top page of your problem set

MIT Department of Physics
Physics 8.01L
Fall 2010
TOP TEN 8.01 PROBLEMS
These problems are intended to span the range of physics treated in 8.01. One
of these problems will appear, verbatim, on the nal exam. We believe that
a student who can solve all te