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Practice Exam Midterm 2 Version 1
For each sub-condition in the following problem, write the algebraic answer. Thus a mistake in
one sub-condition wont affect the score in another one. Numerical mistakes carry 1 point
penalty, but maximum 3 points for the
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Solutions PHYS116A Midterm Exam 3 Version 1 (write this version on the
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For each sub-condition in problems A and B write the algebraic answer. Thus a mistake in one sub-con