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Department of Physics
Physics 8.01T
Fall Term 2004
Practice Exam 1 Solutions
Concept Questions: Briefly answer the following questions.
1. When a car accelerates forward, which force is responsible for this accelerati
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
Physics 8.01 TEAL
Fall Term 2008
Exam 2 Solutions
Problem 1 (25 points). Circle your answer. There are five questions and each
question is worth 5 points.
Question A (5 points): The figure below
Lab 1
I.3.1
Error Analysis
Introduction
Physical quantities, length, mass, time, etc., are constantly being measured in the
laboratory. All experimentally determined quantities contain some degree of error or
uncertainty. It is important that the experime
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Department of Physics
Physics 8.01
Fall Term 2011
Exam 1 Solutions
Problem 1 of 4 (25 points): Cars on the road
At time t = 0 , two cars are next to each other, traveling in the same direction with initial
speed v0 .
Physics 8.01T
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
Fall Term 2005
Practice Problems Exam 2 Solutions
Problem 1 Mechanical Energy and Simple Harmonic Motion
Consider an ideal spring that has an unstretched length l0 . Assume the spri
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
Physics 8.01
Fall Term 2007
Concept Questions Exam 2: Solutions
Question Identical constant forces push two identical objects A and B continuously from
a starting line to a finish line. If A is i
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
Physics 8.01
Fall Term 2005
Exam 2: Solutions
Problem 1: (10 points)
(a) A simple pendulum consists of a rod of negligible mass pivoted at one end. The rod
has length l . A bob of mass m is place
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Physics Department
Physics 8.01
Fall Term 2006
Solutions to Exam 2
Concept Questions:
1. (4 points) (d), =
.
2. (4 points) (d). (Larger wheel has 4 greater I , requires 4 torque. As radius is 2
greater, torque require
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Physics Department
Physics 8.01
Fall Term 2007
Solutions to Exam 2
Concept Questions:
Question 1 (4 points) (c). Eliminate (e0, (f), (g) and (h) by dimensional analysis; (a) and
(b) do not involve Icm ; (d) gives a =
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Physics Department
8.01 Physics I
Fall Term 2009
Exam 2
Name
Section
Table and Group
Answers on problems 2-5 without work shown will not be given any credit. Comments
on how you are approaching the problem and what yo
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
Physics 8.01
Fall Term 2008
Practice Problems for Exam 2 Solutions
Part I Concept Questions: Circle your answer.
1) A spring-loaded toy dart gun is used to shoot a dart straight up in the air, an
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2011 - 2012 year (Fall) on Physics 1 course
1. Main information
Chair
The code and title of speciality
Year, semester
Cycle of dicipline
Number of credits
Teacher,lecturer (CSSE)
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The ratio of water vapor in a sample of air to the volume of the sample.
The temperature of - 273.16 or 0 K at which molecular motion vanishes.
The ratio of the total absorbed radiation to the total incident radiation.
The rate of change of veloc
Lab. No.2.
Study of kinematics and dynamics on the Atwoods machine
Objective:
to acquire skills in investigation of kinematical equations for straight line
and uniformly accelerated motions; to study main dynamics equation of
point particle and translatio
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Physics Department
8.01 Physics I
Fall Term 2009
Exam 1
Name
Section
Table and Group
Answers without work shown will not be given any credit. Comments on how you are
approaching the problem and what you are doing at a
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
Physics 8.01
Fall Term 2008
Exam 1 Solution
Problem 1: (25 points) Concept Questions: Circle the correct answer for the
following five questions.
A. (5 points): During a race on a straight track,
To be continued
Newton's Second Law
Applied to Uniform Circular Motion
The force causing
centripetal acceleration
is sometimes called a
centripetal force.
Please note that
centripetal force is not a
new kind of force.
Non-uniform circular motion
When the
Lecture #3
When was this picture on the Google?
Why?
The Laws of Motion
Applications of
Newton's Laws.
Linear air track
Every object persists in its state
of rest or uniform motion in a
The first Newtons law is hold
not always!
Only in inertial frame of r
The following report is written to help students in compiling their own reports for
labor class of the course Physics I. Note that this report does not represent a real
experiment and thus should be used only as an example of style and form. The
actual ex
SIW 1
P1. Sketch the sum of vectors
a)
b)
P2. Sketch the subtraction vector
P3. In this task a bird, a fish and a horse are pulling the car in the different directions. The components
of the forces are
What is the total force (or components of the total f
Practice for Physics 1: Vectors
Task 1.1
P1
1. Given two vectors,
a) A+B;
b) A-B;
c) AB;
d ) A B
2. Find the cosine of the angle between
P2
P3
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find:
Practice for Physics 1: Vectors
Task 1.2
P1
P2
P3
Define the gradient
Practice for Physics 1: Rotation of a rigid object about a fixed axis
Task 5.1
P1. Calculate the moment of inertia of uniform disk of mass m, radius r, axis through the center and
perpendicular to the plane of the disk
P2. A uniform stick of mass M and le
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
Physics 8.01T
Fall Term 2004
Exam 1 Solutions
Problem 1: (10 points) Concept Questions: Briefly answer the following
questions.
a) (5 points) Two people are running forward at the same speed. One
Concept Questions Exam 1 Solutions
What is your best estimate for the volume of the
earths atmosphere?
1) between 101 and 105 cubic meters
2) between 105 and 1010 cubic meters
3) between 1010 and 1015 cubic meters
4) between 1015 and 1020 cubic meters
5)
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
Physics 8.01
Fall Term 2006
Exam 1 Solutions
Part I Concept Questions: (20 points). Circle your answer. There are five questions
and each question is worth 4 points.
1) (4 points) A pendulum bob