Physics 131 Name
Final Exam
Fall 1997
Please work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or give explanations for
Physics 131 Name
Final Exam
Fall 2004
You may use two sheets of notes (8-1/2 x 11, both sides) and a standard calculator. No communication or photographic devices. No hats. Work the problems on separa
Physics 131 Name
Midterm
Fall 2004
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully and be sure to pay attention to
Physics 131 Name
Midterm
Spring 2004
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully and be sure to pay attention
Physics 131 Name
Midterm
Winter 2002
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully and be sure to pay attention
Physics 131 Midterm 1. 2. 3. 5.0 s (EC) 440 ft 11.5 degrees south of west
Answers to Exam Questions Spring 2004
Professor Mallinckrodt
b) 31.4 m/s, 67.5 above the horizonal (EC) 42 m
4. 5.
0.433 b) 1.
Physics 131 Midterm 1. 2. 3. 4. 1.2 m/s2 (EC) 167 m. 116 yds, 39 degrees west of north a) 41.4 degrees b) 7.38 m a) 44.0 N b) 0.249 (EC) 0.0312 5. 6.
Answers to Exam Questions Fall 2004
Professor Mall
Physics 131 Name
Midterm
Winter 2004
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully and be sure to pay attention
Physics 131 Midterm 1. 2. 125 m a) 244 m b) on the way down c) 125 m/s a) decreasing ! b) vi t = 3.00 m, N;
1 2
Answers to Exam Questions Winter 2000
Professor Mallinckrodt
3.
! at 2 = 6.00 m, 30 degr
Physics 131 Midterm 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 195 m 35.7 min
Answers to Exam Questions Winter 2002
Professor Mallinckrodt
b) 35.4 N, 40.3 degrees south of west c) 11.8 kg a) 24 m/s b) 51.7 m 0.473 (EC) 7.70 m
Physics 131 Midterm 1. 2.
Answers to Exam Questions Winter 2004
Professor Mallinckrodt
21.3 m, 20.1 degrees west of south a) 0.25 m/s2 b) 7.94 km/s c) 251 s
3. 4. 5.
15.8 m/s, 18.4 degrees below the h
Physics 131 Name PLEASE READ THIS FIRST:
Final Exam
Fall 2005
Time limit: 125 minutes You may use two sheets of prepared notes (8 x 11, both sides). Please remove hats and turn off and put away al
Physics 131 Name PLEASE READ THIS FIRST:
Midterm
Fall 2006
Time limit: 80 minutes Please remove hats and turn off and put away any communication devices. You may use one sheet of prepared notes (8 x
Physics 131 Midterm
Answers to Exam Questions Fall 2006
Professor Mallinckrodt
(Note: All answers obtained using g = 10.0 m/s2 as suggested in the exam instructions.) 1. 2. 3. 4. a)
ML2 T3
b) 6.00
ft
Physics 131 Name
Final Exam
Spring 2004
You may use two sheets of notes (8-1/2 x 11, both sides) and a standard calculator. No communication or photographic devices. No hats. Work the problems on sepa
Physics 131 Name
Final Exam
Winter 2004
You may use two sheets of notes (8-1/2 x 11, both sides) and a standard calculator. No communication or photographic devices. No hats. Work the problems on sepa
Physics 13101 Name
Second Midterm Exam
Winter 2000
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work
Physics 131
Final Exam
Winter 1998
Name Please work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or give explanations. M
Physics 13102 Name
Final Exam
Fall 1999
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple these sheets to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or g
Physics 131
Name
Final Exam
March 17, 1999
Please show all your work, including diagrams to define the quantities and coordinates, the algebraic equations, the substitution into those equations and th
Physics 131 Name
Optional/Practice Exam
Winter 1998
Please work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or give exp
Physics 131 Name
Midterm
Winter 1998
Please work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or give explanations for a
Physics 131 Name
Exam #2
Fall 1997
Please work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or give explanations for all
Physics 131 Name
Exam #1
Fall 1997
Please work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or give explanations for all
Physics 131 Name
Optional Exam
Fall 1999
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or gi
Physics 13102 Name
Midterm Exam
Fall 1999
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or g
Physics 131
Second Midterm
February 17, 1999
Please show all your work, including diagrams to define the quantities and coordinates, the algebraic equations, the substitution into those equations and
Physics 131
Name
Third Midterm
March 8, 1999
Please show all your work, including diagrams to define the quantities and coordinates, the algebraic equations, the substitution into those equations and
Physics 13101 Name
Final Exam
Winter 2000
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully. Show your work and/or g
Physics 131 Name
Final Exam
Winter 2002
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST: Work the problems on separate sheets of paper and staple this sheet to the front. Read each problem carefully and be sure to pay attenti