Here are 25 problems, each worth 4 points .
In true / false problems, the answers are: A) True, B) False
Solve the problem. (Use g = 9.8 m/sZ.)
W
1) A skydiver reaches a "terminal velocity" of 120 km/ h. If the skydiver
what is the magnitude of the d
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Physics 105
Lab Final
Name: _
11/30/07
Show all your work, I cannot give partial credit without it. Work may include formulas and
graphs saved in Excel. Make sure to include the proper units in all of your answers and on the
axes of your pl
Chapter 8
What, if anything, is wrong with the force diagram for a
bicycle that is accelerating toward the right?
1. It does not draw each object
separately.
2. It draws interactions between one
body and itself.
3. It fails to identify all relevant
forces
Physics 2A Final Examination
You have 3 hours to answer 39 multiple-choice questions on the exam. There are 26
conceptual questions worth 1 point each and 13 quantitative questions worth 2 points each.
This is a closed-book exam, no books or notes are all
Chapter 9
The carts change of momentum is
1. 30 kg m/s.
2. 20 kg m/s.
3. 10 kg m/s.
4. 10 kg m/s.
5. 30 kg m/s.
The carts change of momentum is
1. 30 kg m/s.
2. 20 kg m/s.
3. 10 kg m/s.
4. 10 kg m/s.
5. 30 kg m/s.
A 10 g rubber ball and a 10 g clay ball a
Physics 2A Final Examination
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You have 3 hours to work 4 problems and answer 25 multiple-choice questions on the exam.
Make sure you have a complete test with 15 pages.
This is a closed-book exam, no books o
PHYSICS I FINAL
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) The number 0.003010 has
A) 7 significant figures.
C) 4 significant figures.
B) 6 significant figures.
D) 2 significant figures.
PHSX 211 Final Exam
Here are 40 problems, each worth 5 points.
In true/false problems, the answers are: (A) True, (B) False
In all multiple choice problems there is the fth choice (E) "None of the above", unless explicitely
stated otherwise. You can selec
Organic
Chemistry
William H. Brown
Christopher S. Foote
Brent L. Iverson
13-1
Nuclear Magnetic
Resonance
Chapter 13
13-2
Molecular Spectroscopy
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)
spectroscopy: a spectroscopic technique that
gives us information about the nu
Chapter5
Energy
FormsofEnergy
Mechanical
Focusfornow
Maybekinetic(associatedwithmotion)or
potential(associatedwithposition)
Chemical
Electromagnetic
Nuclear
Slide 10-3
Slide 10-4
Slide 10-5
Reading Quiz
1. If a system is isolated, the total energy of the
CHAPTER 11
COLLISIONS
Problem
8.
Explosive bolts separate a 950-kg communications satellite from its 640-kg booster rocket. If the
impulse of the explosion is 350 N s, at what relative speed do the satellite and booster separate?
Solution
Impulses of the
PHYSICS 120
Practice Review 2
Honors pledge
On my honor, I pledge that the work on this test is my own and that I have neither
given nor received any unauthorized help.
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You have 50 minutes to complete this exam.
In order to receiv
Chapter 11
A child slides down a playground slide at constant
speed. The energy transformation is
5. There is no transformation because energy
is conserved.
A child slides down a playground slide at constant
speed. The energy transformation is
5. There is
Questions and Problems
Conceptual Questions
1. [BJ] Brake shoes in cars are made of a material that can tolerate very high temperatures without being damaged. Why
is this so?
2. [BJ] When you pound in a nail with a hammer, the nail gets quite warm. Descri
Workshop Exercise Packet l
Exercise 1 Motion Diagrams and the Particle Model
Draw a motion diagram for the motion described below.
Use the particle model to represent the object as a particle.
Six to eight dots are appropriate for most motion diagrams.
Nu
Newtons Interpretation of Acceleration
The Definition of a Force
Qualitative and Quantitative
Newtons 3 Laws for Motion
A catalog of Forces (and how to identify them)
Equations of Motion
Free-Body Diagrams
Definition of a Force
While Kinematics gives a fa
Circular Motion
Centrifugal Acceleration
Uniform Circular Motion
Angular Position
Angular Velocity
Non-Uniform Circular Motion
Angular Acceleration
A Note on Directions of Velocities and Accelerations
in Circular Motion
Angular Kinematics
Centripetal
Relative Motion
The key step to understanding relative motion is to ask the question:
Whos moving anyway?
Imagine you and your best friend are lost at sea and each clinging to
your own pontoon.
If there is nothing else around you, and the water current
Accelerated Motion
Rate of Change of Velocity (Acceleration)
Average Acceleration
Instantaneous Acceleration
Position Velocity Acceleration
Plotting Acceleration
The Kinematics Equation
Constant Acceleration
Freefall
Inclined Planes
Projectile Motion
Aver
Uniform Motion
Position
The Particle Model
Coordinate Systems
Changes in Position
Displacement (Net motion)
Distance (Length of Path)
Rate of Change in Position: Velocity
Velocity and Speed
Instantaneous Velocity
Relating Position Velocity
Problem Solving
Applying Newtons Laws: Gravity and Resistance
Gravity
Freefall
Inclined Planes
Projectile Motion
Resistance
Friction
Drag
The Force of Gravity
Newtons
equation for the force of Gravity, determined experimentally, says that the force is
linearly depe
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Chem 112A: Experiment #2 Post-Lab
I. Post-Lab Analysis:
Describe problems that may have occurred and possible solutions. How and why did the outcome differ
from that predicted in your prelab r
Chapter 4: Forces & Newton's Laws
Example Questions r Problems
&
r
r r
r
Fnet =F1 +F2 +L +Fn
r F
a = net
m
v
v
FAB =- FBA
Example 4.1
a. Forces are shown on three objects. For each figure, draw and label the net (i) net force
vector and (ii) acceleration.