Physics 360
Review 4
The test will be similar to the previous tests. Calculators will not be allowed, the Unit #3
material will be divided into three different parts, there will be one problem from the Unit #1
test, one from the Unit #2 test, and one from
Physics 360
Review 3
The test will be similar to the second test in that calculators will not be allowed and that the Unit
#2 material will be divided into three different parts. There will be one problem from the Unit #1
test and one from the Unit #2 tes
Physics 360
Review 2
The test will be similar to the first test in that calculators will not be allowed and that the Unit #2
material will be divided into three different parts. However, there will also be one problem from
the Unit #1 test repeated here.
Physics 360
Review 1
Note that calculators will not be permitted in this exam.
This test will consist of three parts:
I. Qualitative Questions
(4 problems, 10 points each)
Understand the following basic ideas. Be sure to be able to describe them in terms
Physics 360 Winter 2006
Exam #3
Instructor: Lawrence Rees
CID: _
Score: _
Calculators are not permitted
Nothing written on the colored cover sheet from the testing center will be graded.
Be sure your test has seven pages excluding the colored cover she
Physics 360 Winter 2006
Exam #2
Instructor: Lawrence Rees
CID: _
Score: _
Calculators are not permitted
Nothing written on the colored cover sheet from the testing center will be graded.
Be sure your test has seven pages excluding the colored cover she
Physics 360 Exam #1
Winter 2006
Instructor: Lawrence Rees
CID:_
(Please do NOT put your name on this exam.)
Section I. Qualitative Questions
1. Describe the degrees of freedom of a diatomic gas. Which degrees of freedom are available at
low temperature? a