Physics 10 Final Review
1.
a. What is the equivalent resistance of the resistors R2 and R3 that are connected in
parallel?
b. What is the total current in the circuit above?
c. What is the voltage drop across R1?
d. What is the power dissipated in R1?
2.
Introductory Sociology/Soc. 1
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Fall 2016
5-6 pages
Essay Assignment 1
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Thesis should be in bold print.
Times 12 point font, double-spaced.
Cover pages are not necessary.
Use at least 8 course readings.
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Midterm 1 Materials
Chapter
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
Sections
3,4,5,6,7
1,2,3,4,5,6
1,2,3,4,5,6
1,2,3,4
1,2,3,4,5,6
1,2,3,4,5,6,7
1,2,3
Physics 10 - Practice Midterm 1
1) A freight train rolls along a track with considerable momentum. If it rolls at the same speed
b
Practice Midterm 2
Answer Key
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Formula Sheet
x
t
v
a
=
t
~
F = m~a
v =
(1)
(2)
(3)
p~ = m~v
(4)
~
p = F~ t
(5)
1
mv 2 + mgh
2
m1 m2
F =G 2
d
W = F d = KE
E=
efficiency =
total energy input
useful energy output
Power =
Energy
Time
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
16 RelativityMomentum, Mass, Energy, and Gravity
According to special relativity,
mass and energy are
equivalent. According to
general relativity, gravity
causes space to become
curved and time to undergo
changes.
16 RelativityMomentum, Mass, Energy, and
15 Special RelativitySpace and Time
Motion through space is
related to motion in time.
15 Special RelativitySpace and Time
Motion through space is
related to motion in time.
The first person to
understand the relationship
between space and time was
Albert
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Stats 10 Quiz 3 Practice Problems
Practice Version
Questions 1 to 5: Lets say that the weights of adult female Asian elephants (elephas maximus) follow a
normal distribution. The mean is 6000 pounds, with a standard deviation of 320 p
Midterm 1 (practice)
Physics 10
Name:
ID number:
Section:
1
In all problems, air resistance should be neglected
1. (30 pts) At t = 0, a ball is kicked from the ground level vertically
upward with an initial velocity of v0 = 20 m/s.
a) What is the speed of
Practice Midterm 2: Physics 10
1. Two billiard balls of mass 0.5kg and an unknown mass m2 collide. The first ball was moving
to the right with a speed of 2m/s and the second (m2) to the left with a speed of 4m/s. After
the collision the ball with unknown
Physics 10
Exam date: June 8, 2015
TA: David Perkins
Final Exam Study Guide
Please read this rst!
Dear students: here is the study guide for the nal. It is formatted a little dierently than that of the
midterm, but it should be easy to follow. This time a
Physics 10
Exam date: May 20, 2015
TA: David Perkins
Midterm 2 Study Guide
Please read this rst!
Dear students: Below I have compiled a list of relevant readings and problems from the text to prepare
you for the exam. Where possible, I identied odd questi
This is the BRIEF PREVIEW VERSION of the course syllabus.
A full version will be posted in the second half of September 2016.
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Sociology 1
Introductory Sociology, Fall 2016
TR 5-6:15, Haines 39
Instructor:
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Office: Haines Hall 211, (310) 79
Midterm 1 (practice)
Physics 10
Name:
ID number:
Section:
1
In all problems, air resistance should be neglected
1. (30 pts) At t = 0, a ball is kicked from the ground level vertically
upward with an initial velocity of v0 = 20 m/s.
a) What is the speed of
Introductory Sociology, Essay 2
7-8 pages, due Thursday, 12/1/2016, 5 pm
What part did race, class, gender and the media play
in the 2016 presidential election outcome?
What does the presidential election outcome say about our country's attitudes and
per
Math 31A-2, Fall 2016
Practice problems for Midterm 1
Disclaimer: The actual midterm may vary from this problem set in content and length. This
practice set should not be considered a comprehensive study guide.
1.
Definitions/things to know. Know the mean
Choose from these course readings to support your argument.
Newman, D. M. (2017). Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life (Brief Edition/
5th Edition). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. All chapters.
Course Reader
Fussell, P. (1992). A
8 Momentum
Momentum is conserved for all
collisions as long as external
forces dont interfere.
8 Momentum
The concept of inertia was
introduced and developed both
in terms of objects at rest and
objects in motion. In this chapter
we are concerned only wit
20 Gases
Gas molecules are far apart
and can move freely between
collisions.
20 Gases
Gases are similar to
liquids in that they flow;
hence both are called
fluids. In a gas, the
molecules are far apart,
allowing them to move
freely between
collisions. A g
18 Solids
Solids can be described in
terms of crystal structure,
density, and elasticity.
18 Solids
Humans have been
classifying and using
solid materials for many
thousands of years. Not
until recent times has
the discovery of atoms
and their interaction
Physics 133 Formulas
Remove these formula sheets from the exam packet and discard them after the exam.
r
v = f
= 2f =
v=
2
T
RT
M
= (10 dB) log
2
y(x, t) = A cos (kx t + )
v
, (n = 1, 2, 3, .)
2L
v
fn = n , (n = 1, 3, 5, .)
4L
d = m (m = 0, 1, 2, 3, .)
Physics 10, UCLA, Fall 2014, Prof. Bob Cousins, TA Eliot Hijano
Solutions to Homework Set 8 (by Makan Mohageg et alia)
Note: R=Review, J=Projects, C=Plug & Chug, N=Ranking,
E=Exercise, P=Problem, *=Turned in
From Chapter 24 of Hewitt (Numbers in parenthes
Physics 10, UCLA, Fall 2014, Prof. Bob Cousins, TA Eliot Hijano
Solutions to Homework Set 5 (by Makan Mohageg et alia)
Note: R=Review, J=Projects, C=Plug & Chug, N=Ranking,
E=Exercise, P=Problem, *=Turned in
From Chapter 9 of Hewitt (Numbers in parenthese
Physics 10, UCLA, Fall 2014, Prof. Bob Cousins, TA Eliot Hijano
Solutions to Homework Set 9 (by Makan Mohageg et alia)
Note: R=Review, J=Projects, C=Plug & Chug, N=Ranking,
E=Exercise, P=Problem, *=Turned in
From Chapter 25 of Hewitt (Numbers in parenthes
Physics 10, UCLA, Fall 2014, Prof. Bob Cousins, TA Eliot Hijano
Solutions to Homework Set 7 (by Makan Mohageg et alia)
Note: R=Review, J=Projects, C=Plug & Chug, N=Ranking,
E=Exercise, P=Problem, *=Turned in
From Chapter 23 of Hewitt (Numbers in parenthes