Principles of Physics I
PHY1321
PHY1331
Instructor: Dr. Andrzej Czajkowski
Supplemental Final Exam
December 16 2010
Closed book exam
10 pages
33 questions of equal value
15 correct answers pass the test!
Duration: 3 hrs
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PHY13
PHY1331A
I MIDTERM TEST
October 3, 2012
Duration: 100 min
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PART I Multiple choice. (48% of the test grade). Enter all your answers in the scantron sheet.
1. Two balls are thrown from a height of 20 m. Ball one is thrown u
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Assignment 10: Thermodynamics I: Ideal Gas Law, Thermal Expansion, Calorimetry
Released: Friday Nov 23
1
Due Friday Nov 30, 2PM
An automobile tire is i
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Assignment 2:
KINEMATICS 2-D Motion
Assigned:
1
Sept 20 14:30
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Due: September 28 10:00
An artillery shell is fired with an initial velocity
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Principles of Physics I
PHY1321
MIDTERM 1
Fall2015. Oct 17
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CLOSED BOOK TEST
TIME: 100minutes
Part 1. In the scantron sheet to answer all MC questions below. (Best 6 count towards 48% of your test mark)
1
A container with a one-liter ca
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ASSIGNMENT 2: Pressure, Ideal Gas Equation,
First Law of Thermodynamics, Heat Transport.
Calorimetry
Released: Sept 23,
Due: Sept 30
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6PM
Problem
1kg of ice at -30C is mixed with 1kg of steam at150C inside the thermally insulted
container. Find the final phase and the temperature of this system once the
equilibrium is established.
Specific heat of water
c(water)
4186
J/(kgC)
HIGH SCHOOL MATH REVIEW:
Self-test (Try to solve these problems within 70 minutes). Solutions and discussion will
be provided during the first DGD.
1Solve three equations below:
2x-y-9 = 0
4y+x = 8
2x+6z=3
2
When will two linear equations have no solution
PHYS-2326: University Physics-II
SOLUTION TO SIMILAR PROBLEMS
Ch-21
ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS
Chapter 21: THE KINETIC THEORY OF GASES
11. In a period of 1.00 s, 5.00 1023 nitrogen molecules strike a wall with an area of 8.00
cm2. Assume the molecules move with
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The methods used to solve each problem are outlined below. The number solutions may vary.
Assignment 1: Electric Current Resistance and Circ
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ASSIGNMENT 3:,
First Law of Thermodynamics,
Heat and Work in Gas Processes
Kinetic Theory of Gases
Released: Sept 30,
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Due: Oct 7
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NAME:
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6PM
1
A sample of an id
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CLASS:
Assignment 5:
Potential Energy, Linear Momentum, Impulse
PHY_
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Assigned: Oct16 12:00
Due: October 19
14:00
Due to short time given as well as t
PHY 1321 PHY1331
Principles of Physics I
Dr. Andrzej Czajkowski
Fall 2012
Assignment 1
Released: Fri Sept 14th
1
Due Friday 21st 10 AM
By algebraic manipulation of the first two kinematic equations for one-dimensional motion:
2) x f = x i + v i t + 1 at 2
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Assignment 3: Forces I.
Lows of Dynamics
Assigned:
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Sept 28 12:00
Due: October 5 10:00
1
A bag of cement of weight of Fg hangs from thr
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Assignment 4:
Centripetal Force. Concept of Work
Assigned:
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NAME: _
Oct 5 12:00 Due: October 12 10:00 sharp!
1
A coin placed 30.0 cm from the cent
PART II
In youcuexam booklet solve 4 ouT of 5 pgoblemsmbwglow. IndicaTe clearly which questions are To be
wheels.
Each quesTion has The same weighT (13 poinTs)
Qualiry of The soluTion ( clariTy, communication, and neaTness) will be facTored in The fina
Experiment 5: Conservation of Momentum
PHY1321 Group No. 21
Demonstrator:
Kristina
Lab Partners:
Jennifer Ho
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October 27, 2011
Department of Physics
University of Ottawa
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to examine the loss of kinet
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Principles of Physics I
PHY1321
PHY1331
Instructor: Dr. Andrzej Czajkowski
Final Exam
December 13 2012
Closed book exam
10 pages
33 questions of equal value
15 correct answers pass the test!
Duration:
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Principles of Physics
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Assignment 9: FLUIDS
Released: Saturday Nov 18 11:30AM
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PHY1321
I MIDTERM TEST
OCTOBER 2
Student's name_
Student#_
Closed book test
Duration: 100minutes
PART 1 ( 48% of the test grade)
ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS USING SCANTRON SHEETS
All questions are of the same point value. Attempt all questions. Best 6 co
THERMODYNAMICS SUMMARY
3
Probability of finding the speed of a particle in the range (v;v+dv )is:
1
2kT 2
v MP =
m
1
p = r < v2 >
3
Gaussian Integrals:
+
- ax
e dx =
0
+
2
x e
3 - ax 2
1 p
2 a
dx =
0
1
2a 2
Change
+
1
v rms
1
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=
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8kT 2
v av
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