Physics 150
Test Bank III
Fall 2002
The rotational analog of mass in linear motion is
(A) moment of inertia.
(B) angular momentum.
(C) torque.
(D) weight.
(E) radian.
The symbol used in rotational motion that is the analogue of acceleration ( a) in linear
Physics 150 Exam I NAME:_ Useful Constants and Data g = 9.81 m/s2 Part I Multiple Choice Read each question carefully, and choose the best answer _ 1. The velocity-time graph shown at right indicates an object which (A) is moving at constant velocity in t
1. You need to load a crate of mass m onto the bed of a truck. One possibility is just to lift the crate
straight up over a height h, equal to height of the truck's bed. The force exert in this case is F1
and the work done in this case is W1. The other po
Sample MT1 (Spring 2008) Answers
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C (v is slope of x(t)
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D (two parts: use 4.2 0.6 s to get speed at top of flagpole using V eqn; then use
this speed to get launch speed using
PHYS 250 Sample Final Exam
1. A 3 kg block is moving to right with a speed of 4 m/s. Two seconds later it is moving to the left
with a speed of 8 m/s. What is its acceleration during this time?
A. 4 m/s2
D. -2 m/s2
B. 2 m/s2
E. -6 m/s2
C. 6 m/s2
2. Three
PHYS 250 Fall 2007 MT 1 (Form A) Answers
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A (v is zero, but a isnt!)
A (Y eqn; horizontal velocity irrelevant)
D (Fnetx = max => 450 N cos(38) 125 N = (311 N/g) ax)
C (spacing should