Questions for the Drama Exam: Installment 1
Be prepared to write about a page on each of these questions. Ill add about two more questions
next week.
1. Describe the additions made to Bottoms story in the film version of MND that we saw in class,
directed
Multiple-Choice Homework 15: Work
Problem 1: Consider the situation described in question 4 of the Self-Quiz at the end of Section 9.4 in your
textbook. What would the energy balance diagram look like if the system is limited to the cart alone?
Solution
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Multiple-Choice Homework 12: Forces
Problem 1: What would be the average force exerted by cart 2 on cart 1 during the collision illustrated by the
velocity vs. time graph in Figure 8.2 (a), if the mass of cart 1 was 0.2 kg?
Solution
(c) 16 N
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Multiple-Choice Homework 11: Interactions, part 2
Problem 1: True or false: the conversion of source energy into any other form of energy is always irreversible.
Solution
(a) True
This is covered in Section 7.14.
Problem 2: Consider the following process:
Multiple-Choice Homework 10: Interactions
Problem 1: Which of the following is true about potential energy? (If both (a) and (b) are true, choose (c); if
neither is true, choose (d).)
Solution
(b) It can be converted entirely into kinetic energy
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Solutions to Open Response Homework 13: Practice test for Exam 2
Problem 1
Problem: A dump truck is sitting at the top of a hill, and its parking brake disengages. It rolls down a hill and,
after reaching the bottom (on flat ground) collide
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Quiz 1
Math 2574-004
September 2, 2016
Instructions: Clearly show all your work to receive full credit. Enclose the nal answer in a -.
1. (3 pts) Find the center and radius of the sphere given lay the equation 2:2 + y2 + 22 4:1:
MATH 2603 Discrete Math
Exam 2: Emotions, Relations, and Algorithms
Wednesday, Mar. 16, 2016
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test. All electronic devices, includ
MATH 2603 Discrete Math
Exam 1: Sets, Propositions, and Mathematical Proof
Monday, Feb. 22, 2016
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test. All electronic device
MATH 2603 Discrete Math
Exam 3: Counting and Graphs
Wednesday, Apr. 27, 2016
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You will have 55 minutes to complete this exam. You may not use any calculator on this
test. All electronic devices, including cell phones,
MATH 2603 Quiz 7 (Combinations and Probability)
April 8, 2016
You have ten minutes to complete this quiz. Keep all work on the quiz itself. When you
have nished, turn your quiz upside-down and remain at your desk. Your quiz will be taken
up when time is u
MATH 2603 Quiz 6 (Basics of Counting Methods)
April 1, 2016
You have ten minutes to complete this quiz. Keep all work on the quiz itself. When you
have nished, turn your quiz upside-down and remain at your desk. Your quiz will be taken
up when time is up.
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Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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First Quiz (solutions)
29 Aug 2016
You do not have to simplify these numerical answers, but you must present your final answer using only numbers and the operations of addition, subtraction,
Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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Fourth Quiz (solutions)
16 Sep 2016
1. Find the rook polynomial of the following chessboard. Write it as a sum of terms
consisting of numbers times powers of x. Hint: pick a square whose remo
Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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Second Quiz (solutions)
7 Sep 2016
You do not have to simplify these numerical answers, but you must present your
final answer using only numbers and the operations of addition, subtraction,
Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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Fifth Quiz (solutions)
Due 23 Sep 2016
1. In the following equation, n is a nonnegative integer; the variables x1 , x2 , x3 , x4 and x5
are integers that must satisfy the given conditions. Wr
Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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Sixth Quiz (solutions)
5 Oct 2016
1. For each of the following first-order recurrence relations, find the solution that satisfies
the given initial condition.
(a) an = an1 + 3 , n 1 ,
a0 = 4
Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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Third Quiz (solutions)
Due 12 Sep 2016
You do not have to simplify these numerical answers, but you must present your answer
using only numbers and the operations of addition, subtraction, mu
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GENERAL GEOLOGY 1113-003 Spring 2016
Final Examination Study Guide
Henry Turner
Note that these are NOT questions, but rather this is an outline of topics that we have covered either in class or are
contained within the reading assignments. You should use
Econ 2013
TR 9:30
Spring 2016
Exam 1
Version
A
Turn off your cell phone or any other noise-making devices you have with you.
You are taking Version A of the exam. Please mark letter A on your scantron where it reads
Period.
Instruction: Select the alterna
Practice Exam for Final Exam
1. The one variable that stands out as the most significant explanation of large variations in living
standards around the world is
a. preferences.
b. productivity.
c. population.
d. prices.
2. Which of the following is human
Geology Review
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Is Geology a science?
What does science assume?
What is the goal of science?
Scientists collect data through _ and _
A tentative (or untested) explanation
A well tested and widely accepted view that the scientific communit
POB Exam 1 Review Answers
1. Discuss venomous fish: There are more venomous fish than all other poisonous vertebrates
combined. Each year there are over 50,000 cases of poisonous fish bites some result in blisters, others
are more severe and even fatal. T
Geology 2-10-16
How do we get different magma compositions?
- Sequence of crystallization/ melting of minerals
- Differentiation
- Partial melting
- Assimilation
- Mixing of magmas of different compositions
Magma evolution: changing in composition through