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Problem 3
Grading notes:
No points for unused formulas
If you used DSideal from your cheat sheet, there was a maximum of 4 points total. The point of the problem was to work
out the entropy integral.
It was okay if you used any corr
Solutions Midterm 1 Spring 2006 Smoot
1. [25 points] Short Questions
(a) [5 points] Circle T or F for True or False
T F (i) A microscopic description of a system includes the details of the kinetic properties
of each degree of freedom, e.g. motion and rel
Physics 7b
Midterm Exam #1
Fall 2004
Name:_Disc. Section_ SID_
#1_
#2_
#3_
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Mw of O2 = 32 g/mol, kb=1.38x10-23J/K, NA=6x1023
The weight of a 1kg mass on the Earths surface is 2.2pounds.
The relative weight of each problem is indicated next t
PHYSICS 7B, Section 2 Spring 2013
Midterm 1, C. Bordel
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
7pm-9pm
Show your work and always present your symbolic solution
before the numerical solution.
Problem 1 First law (20 pts)
n moles of an ideal monatomic gas initially at p
Department of Physics
University of California, Berkeley
Mid-term Examination 1
Physics 7B, Section 1
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm, 22 February 2006
Name:
SID No:
Discussion Section:
Name of TA:
Problem 1
Problem 2
Problem 3
Problem 4
Problem 5
Problem 6
Score:
1
An
Midterm 1 Review Problems
Alison Saunders
September 24, 2013
Some problems adapted from Giancoli.
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Probability distribution
Consider a speed distribution of N gas molecules that goes like
f (v ) = Cv 2 e
12
v
5
,
where C is a constant. You may nd the int
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MIDTERM 1 - PROBLEM 4 SOLUTION
1. Part A
What condition must be satised at the junction between materials 1 and 2?
The rate of heat ow must be uniform throughout each component. As heat ow into
the junction must equal heat ow out of the junction, the he
Department of Physics
University of California} Berkeley
Mid-term Examination '1
Physics 7131 Sectiona 2 and 3
6:30 pm 8:30 pm: October 4, BUGS
Name;
SID No:___________________________________________
Diammsion Sectimn: _____________________________
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1.1
Problem 1
Part a
We want to nd the lengths of the two rods given the initial lengths, a change in temperature, and their
coecients of linear expansion. To do this, we use the formula l = l0 T , so that the nal length is given
by lf = l0 (1 + T ).
If
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MIDTERM 1 - PROBLEM 4 SOLUTION
1. Part A
What condition must be satised at the junction between materials 1 and 2?
The rate of heat ow must be uniform throughout each component. As heat ow into
the junction must equal heat ow out of the junction, the he
McKee problem # 2
February 28, 2011
The key thing to notice is that the wind from the chinook is fast so it does not
exchange heat with its surrounding. This means that the process is adiabatic [5 pts.].
Also, we are told that the air molecules are diatom
Department of Physics
University of California, Berkeley
Physics 7b Section 2
Spring semester 2007
Mid-term examination 1
Tuesday Feb. 20, 6:00 8:00 PM
Solutions
1) (15 points) A cabin in the sierra mountains has walls, floor and ceiling of total area
200
Physics 7B: Thermodynamics Sunday Review Session
Alex Povilus
[email protected]
September 25, 2013
In order to get the most out of your review session, I would suggest that you try to solve these problems
beforehand. Since we are not using numerical so
First we will plot the function (Note that after
f
v
v0
= 1, the function is zero):
v
A
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
v
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
v0
a)
Since this is a speed distribution, we know that:
N
=
f (v )dv
0
v0
Av 2 dv
=
0
=A
3
v0
3
where N is the number of particle
First we will calculate the electric eld due to the thick ring (this is almost identical to the derivation on
page 574 of the book):
Since there is radial symmetry all the components of the electric eld tranverse to z from an element dq
on the ring cancel
Physics 7B, Speliotopoulos
First Midterm, Fall 2012
Berkeley, CA
Rules: This midterm is closed book and closed notes. You are allowed two sides of one-half sheet of
8.5 x 11 of paper on which you may write whatever notes you may need. You are also allowed
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Department of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Sciences
Computer Science Division
CS61B
Fall 2011
P. N. Hilfinger
CS 61B: Introduction to Programming, Part II
General Course Information
Instructor:
Paul N. Hilfinger, 787 Soda H