Reflection and Refraction
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1. A car slows down from 35 m/s to 10 m/s. It travels 198 m during this time. Find the magnitude
of the cars deceleration, assuming it is constant.
Know: v0 = 35 m/s, v = 10 m/s, x = 198 m, x0 = 0. Unknown: a. Use the equation
to get
= 2.84 m/s2.
2
2
2
2

Chapter 1 Problems
12.
(I) Write the following as full (decimal) numbers without prefixes on the units:
(a) 286.6 mm, (b) 85 V, (c) 760 mg, (d) 62.1 ps, (e) 22.5 nm, (f) 2.50 gigavolts.
Grading: 6 pts
17.
(II) A typical atom has a diameter of about 1.0 10

Since I am a transfer student, I did not have the opportunity to take the strength finder test at freshmen
orientation. However, I think that I have a pretty good idea of what my top five strengths are. I think my
strengths are:
1) Perseverance
2) Determi

A common stereotype of scientists is the mad scientist whose entire life revolves around his
research. Often stereotypes arise out of generalities about their subjects as a group. Do you think
this part of the mad scientist stereotype is accurate, i.e. do

PHYC 151 (MWF 11:40) Final
Dec 16, 2015 NAME _
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complete the test. Show work for all problems.
Potentially Useful Formulas
Kinematic Equations
v v 0 at
1
x x 0 v0

PHYC 151 (MWF 11:40) Test 2
Oct 26, 2015
NAME _
This is a closed book, closed notes test. You may use a calculator. You have until 12:35 PM to
complete the test. Show work for all problems.
Potentially Useful Formulas
Kinematic Equations
v v 0 at
1
x x 0

I do not think that all scientists have the personality traits that we came up with last week. Take Dr.
Andrew Wakefield for example. This is the doctor who falsely claimed that vaccinations cause autism in
children. Scientists have the trust and faith of

Of the important personality traits and habits of good scientists which the class has identified,
which are also good traits or habits for Christians to have?
Why do you think it is that many of the desirable traits of scientists and Christians are simila

PHYC 151 Midterm 1 Study Guide
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The topics you need to know for Midterm 1 are listed below with some sample problems. You do not need
to turn in the solutions. Do practice as many of these problems as possible (along with homework
problems and

PHYC 151 (MWF 11:40) Test 3
Nov 20, 2015 NAME _
This is a closed book, closed notes test. You may use a calculator. You have until 11:35 PM to
complete the test. Show work for all problems.
Potentially Useful Formulas
Kinematic Equations
v v0 at
1
x x0 v0

Chapter 3
Projectile Motion
Motion can be separated into x and y components. Each component is then treated by itself.
Usually its the y-direction which determines the time of flight. How far the projectile goes
vxt
horizontally is then simply
.
First dec

Determining the Speed of Sound
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Measurement: Length, Mass, Volume, Density,
and Time
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Centripetal Acceleration
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Introduction to Electrical Circuits: Ohms Law
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PHYC 151 Midterm 1 Study Guide
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to turn in the solutions. Do practice as many of these problems as possible (along with homework
problems and

1. A car slows down from 35 m/s to 10 m/s. It travels 198 m during this time. Find the magnitude
of the cars deceleration, assuming it is constant.
Know: v0 = 35 m/s, v = 10 m/s, x = 198 m, x0 = 0. Unknown: a. Use the equation
to get
= 2.84 m/s2.
2
2
2
2

Chapter 5
Centripetal Acceleration and Centripetal Force
1. A point on a wheel rotating at 5.00 rev/s is located 0.200 m from the axis. What is the
centripetal acceleration?
- For centripetal acceleration, a = v2/r.
- You are given r = 0.200 m.
- v = 2r/T