Physics 21
Spring 2013
Name:_ April 24, 2013
Test 3 (4 pages)
Total Score:_/120
Your solutions to problems 7-9 must begin with a Starting Equation from the equation sheet.
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Physics 21
Fall 2012
Final Exam (5 pages)
Name:_solution_ December 10 , 2012
Total Score:_120_/120
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Physics 21
Fall 2012
Final Exam (5 pages)
Name:_ December 10 , 2012
Total Score:_/120
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Physics 21
Name:_
Fall 2012
October 17, 2012
Test 2 (4 pages)
Total Score:_/120_
Your solutions must begin with any of the following Starting Equations (or their y-equivalent):
_1.(5) The potential
Physics 21 Fall 2012 Test3 (4 pages)
Name: 6C9 {date November 149 20.12 Total Score: / /120
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Physics 21
Fall 2012
Test 3 (4 pages)
Name:_ November 14, 2012
Total Score:_/120
Your solutions to problems 7-10 must begin with a Starting Equation from
the equation sheet.
_1.(5) A pumpkin is floati
Physics 21
Spring 2013
Final Exam (5 pages)
Name:_Solution_ May 16 , 2013
Total Score:_120_/120
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Physics 21
Spring 2013
Name:_ May 16 , 2013
Final Exam (5 pages)
Total Score:_/120
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Physics 21
Name:_
Spring 2013
February 20, 2013
Test 1 (4 pages)
Total Score:_/120_
Your solutions must begin with any of the following Starting Equations (or their y-equivalent):
_1.(5) The x-compone
Physics 21
Spring 2013
Name:_
Test 2 (4 pages)
March 21, 2013
Total Score:_/120_
Your solutions must begin with any of the following Starting Equations (or their y-equivalent):
_1.(5) A particle is