Physics 110 Spring 2014
Hour Exam #1
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Short answers (2.5 pts each for a total of 25 pts): Answer a
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Hello welcome! I will be teaching you, on how to "Use the LSMG3' correctly and more precisely.
First off you need to make sure you have a low sens. Yes I said it, 'low sens' xD. Why? because
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Physics 110 Third Hour Exam
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Part I Short answers: Answer all questions with only one response in the margin.(3 pts each for
a total of 30 pts). Note: for partial credit write a clear
Answers to Practice Exam #1
1. a) 16.1 m/s
b) 0.83 sec
c) 5.1 m
2. a) 15 m/s
b) 2 m/s2 to the right
c) 2.86 N to the right source is the 5 kg block
3. a) 35.1 N/m
b) 1.75 m/s2 at the amplitude
c) 0.15
Part II: Problems: Show all work and/or reasoning for full credit. Please answer all parts. (70
points total individual points for parts shown)
1. A 5 kg block slides down a 30o rough inclined plane w
Physics 110 Spring 2014
Hour Exam #2
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Short answers (2.5 pts each for a total of 25 pts): An
Physics 110
Equation List
Final Exam
= m /V
v=
E = KE + PEgrav + PEspring =
constant
x
t
a=
Fx =
F = ma
v = vo + at
v = v + 2ax
L v
Reynolds R =
2
o
1
Ff = C Av 2
2
F f = fv
F = -kx
x(t ) = A cos( t
Answers to Practice for Final Exam
1.
a. 98 m/s
b. 490 m
c. 24 m/s2 up; F = 1920 N up
2.
a. inelastic
b. 1.74 m/s
c. 0.15 m
d. 609 J
3.
a. 3 rad/s
b. 20 N
c. 30 s
d. 1350 J
4.
a. 1090 N
b. 4
c. 0.52 m
Exam #1 Practice Problems
1. A 0.2 kg ball is thrown vertically downward at 8 m/s from the top of a 10 m tall cliff.
(Neglect air resistance.)
a) Find the velocity with which the ball hits the ground.
Physics 110
Assorted Practice Problems for Final Exam
1. An 80 kg novice skydiver is flying in a plane at an altitude of 3000 meters. Reluctant
to jump on his own, he is pushed out of the plane by the
Physics 110
Practice Problems for Exam 3
Problems
1. A uniform cylinder of 0.5 kg mass and 5 cm radius lies on an inclined plane with a 30o
angle of inclination.
a) Draw a carefully labeled free-body
Part II: Problems: Show all work and/or reasoning for full credit. Please answer all parts. (70
points total individual points for parts shown)
1. A 5 kg block slides down a 30o rough inclined plane w