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1) Professor Rogers has found that the grades on the nursing final exam are normally
distributed with a mean of 64 and standard deviation of 11.
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The Bureaucracy
Political Parties
Interest Groups
1) The largest of the government
corporations is the
a. Tennessee Valley Authority
b. Bank of the United States
c. US Postal Service
d. Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation
e. Environm
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Our Three Branches
1) The chairman of the standing
committees of Congress are chosen
a. By the voters
b. According to a strict seniority
system
c. By the president
d. By the leaders of both political
parties
e. By the leaders of t
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Statistics Review 5 ame: MC Period:
Types of Problems using Normal Distributions:
o What is the percentage/proportion/probability of being below x?
0 Use z-score formula to find the zscore. Then nd the percent fro
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PH131 Written HW #7: Due 10/21
In Figure below, a ball of mass m is connected by means of two massless strings, each of length
L, to a vertical, rotating rod. The strings are tied to the rod with separation d=L, and are
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PH131 Written HW #10: Due 11/11
A block (m=2.0 kg) is held at position A, compressing a spring (k=1170N/m) by a distance of
25cm. When released, the block will travel down the track toward a circular loop of radius
R=1.0
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PH131 Written HW #8: Due 10/28
The figure below shows three forces applied to a trunk that moves leftward a distance d over a
frictionless floor.
d=3.00m
F1=5.00N
F2=9.00N
F3=3.00N
=60.0
A) During the displacement, what
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PH131 Written HW #4: Due 09/30
Two highways intersect as shown in the figure below. At the instant shown, a police car P is
distance, dP = 800 m, from the intersection and moving at speed VP = 80 km/h. Motorist M is
dist
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PH131 Written HW #5: Due 10/07
The mass of the block in the figure below is m and the angle .
A)
B)
C)
D)
Find a model for the tension in the rope. (2 pts.)
If the cord is cut, find a model for the magnitude of the resul
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PH131 Written HW #3: Due 09/23
Adam Vinatieri (Kicker for the Indianapolis Colts) attempts a 55.0 meter (60 yard) field goal.
m
He kicks the ball with an initial speed of v0 27.0 (60 mph), at an angle of 30o above
s
hori
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PH131 Written HW #6: Due 10/14
Assume that the cord between B and the knot is horizontal. Find the maximum weight of block A for
which the system will be stationary.
a) Draw and label all forces on mass A, mass B, and th
PH131 Written HW #10 Fall 2015
A block (m=2.0 kg) is held at position A, compressing a spring (k=1170N/m) by a distance of
25cm. When released, the block will travel down the track toward a circular loop of radius
R=1.0 m. After passing through the loop,
PH-131
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2. Clearly indicate your answers for all multiple-choice
PH131 Written HW #8 Fall 2015
The figure below shows three forces applied to a trunk that moves leftward a distance d over a
frictionless floor.
d=3.00m
F1=5.00N
F2=9.00N
F3=3.00N
=60.0
A) During the displacement, what is the model for the net work done
PH131 Written HW #6 Fall 2015
Assume that the cord between B and the knot is horizontal. Find the maximum weight of block A for
which the system will be stationary.
a) Draw and label all forces on mass A, mass B, and the knot. (3points)
b) Model the syste
PH131 Written HW #9 Fall 2015
A block of mass m is dropped onto a relaxed vertical spring that has a spring constant k. The block becomes
attached to the spring and compresses the spring a distance d before momentarily stopping.
m=250g
k=2.5 N/cm
d=12 cm
PH131 Written HW #5 Fall 2015
The mass of the block in the figure below is m and the angle .
A)
B)
C)
D)
Find a model for the tension in the rope. (2 pts.)
If the cord is cut, find a model for the magnitude of the resulting acceleration of the block. (2 p
PH131 Written HW #7 Fall 2015
In Figure below, a ball of mass m is connected by means of two massless strings, each of length
L, to a vertical, rotating rod. The strings are tied to the rod with separation d=L, and are taut.
A) Draw and label all the forc
PH131 Written HW #3 Fall 2015
Adam Vinatieri (Kicker for the Indianapolis Colts) attempts a 55.0 meter (60 yard) field goal.
m
He kicks the ball with an initial speed of v0 27.0 (60 mph), at an angle of 30o above
s
horizontal. Neglecting the effects of ai
PH131 Written HW #2 Fall 2015
Ball A is tossed vertically upward from the top of a 40.0 m tall building with a speed of 20.0 m/s as shown in
the figure below. At the same instant Ball B is tossed vertically upward from ground level with a speed of 30.0
m/
PH131 Written HW #4 Fall 2015
Two highways intersect as shown in the figure below. At the instant shown, a police car P is
distance, dP = 800 m, from the intersection and moving at speed VP = 80 km/h. Motorist M is
distance, dM = 600 m, from the intersect