SERIES AND PARALLEL CIRCUITS
1. A 30.0 resistor is connected in parallel with a 20.0 resistor. The parallel
connection is placed in series with an 8.0 resistor, and the entire circuit is placed
across a 60.0 V difference of potential.
a. Draw the circuit.
Wave practice Problems
_ December 7, 2000
List the five properties of waves: 1. _ 3. _ 5. _ 6. Sound waves have a frequency of 250 Hertz (waves per second) and a wavelength of 1.30 meters. Find the speed of sound waves. _ 2. _ 4. _
7. Water waves in a sma
Universal Gravitation Assessment
1. Calculate the gravitational force between two 1.0 x 106 kg masses as the distance between the particles increases from 1 meter to 100 meters. Record these values in the table below: Distance (m) 1 2 3 4 5 Force (N)
2. U
Unit Conversions Practice
Make the following conversions:
1)
Convert 16.7 inches to feet
2)
Convert 25 yards to feet (there are 3 feet in a yard)
3)
Convert 90 centuries to years
4)
Convert 84 miles to kilometers (there are 0.6 miles in a kilometer)
5)
Co
Two Dimensional Problems
Mass (g A B C Mass (kg) FA Rank
1. Draw free body diagrams and label all forces that apply. A. C.
B.
2. Prove FA = FB
3. Calculate FA for A, B, and C.
Incline Planes Mass (g) D E F Mass (kg) Parallel force (Fgx) Perpendicular Forc
Sliding Mass Problems
Draw a force diagram and label the known information for each problem. Use your diagrams to write a valid equation for Newtons Second Law and solve for the unknowns. You will need to use other equations (form Chapter 5) to solve. 1.
Scientific Notation and Unit Prefixes
Make the following conversions: 1) 3.4 liters to milliliters 6) 45 meters to centimeters
2)
876 millimeters to meters
7)
11.7 grams to kilograms
3)
78,999 milligrams to grams
8)
0.0009 kiloliters to liters
4)
0.9 cent
Review for Chapters 20, 21 Match the problem with the correct formula/ information. 1. Calculate the number of electrons in a charged comb. 2. Calculate the distance between charged particles. 3. Calculate the field intensity knowing the potential differe
Refraction and Ray Tracing Assessment
1. An object is placed 30 mm in front of a lens. An image of the object is located 90 mm behind the lens. a. Is the lens converging or diverging? Explain your reasoning.
b. What is the focal length of the lens?
c.
On
Physics IH Review: Resistance and Circuits A Van de Graaf Generator contains 6.5 E11 extra electrons. You hold your knuckle 5 cm from the generator and a spark is observed. The duration of the spark is 2.4 milliseconds. 1. What is the magnitude of the ele
Name: _ Hour: _ Date: _
Physics: Scientific Notation
Part A: Express each of the following in standard form. 1. 5.2 x 103 2. 9.65 x 104 3. 8.5 x 102 4. 2.71 x 104 5. 3.6 x 101 6. 6.452 x 102 7. 8.77 x 101 8. 6.4 x 103
Part B: Express each of the following
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT Science concepts. The student knows simple examples of quantum physics. The student is expected to: (A) describe the photoelectric effect; and (B
Open-Closed Pipes/Strings Worksheet Open pipes:
Name _
Length Temp Velocity Open pipe:
3rd harmonic 3.4 m 18
2nd harmonic
4th harmonic 1.04 m
37 218 Hz 312 Hz
Fundamental Length Temp Velocity
5th harmonic 1.68 m
3rd harmonic 0.75 m 24
16 347.7 m/s 68.3 H
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON WORK AND ENERGY CONTENT STANDARD IV A
1. A concrete block is pulled 7.0 m across a frictionless surface by means of a rope. The tension in the rope is 40 N; and the n
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHSNON WAVES (5) Science concepts. The student knows the characteristics and behavior of waves. The student is expected to: (A) examine and describe a variety of waves propa
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON ATOMIC SPECTRA Science concepts. The student knows simple examples of quantum physics. The student is expected to: (A) describe the photoelectric effect; and (B) expl
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON CONTENT STANDARD IB, IE MOTION
1. Which one of the following expressions may be used to correctly find the angle in the drawing?
A)
= cos 1
B)
5 2
= tan 1
C)
5
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON MOMENTUM CONTENT STANDARD IV D
1. Jennifer is walking at 1.63 m/s. If Jennifer weighs 583 N, what is the magnitude of her momentum? A) 97.0 kg m/s D) 672 kg m/s E) 95
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON LIGHT AND OPTICS
1. A ray of light is reflected from two plane mirror surfaces as shown in the figure. What are the correct values of and ?
A) B) C) D) E)
Value of 26
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON HEAT (4) Science concepts. The student knows the laws of thermodynamics. The student is expected to: (A) analyze and explain everyday examples that illustrate the law
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON CONTENT STANDARD IC, ID FORCES
1. When the net force that acts on a hockey puck is 10 N, the puck accelerates at a rate of 50 m/s2. Determine the mass of the puck. A)
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON ELECTRIC FIELDS AND POTENTIAL
(3) Science concepts. The student knows forces in nature. The student is expected to (C) Identify and analyze the influences of charge a
Newtons 2nd Law Practice Assessment
Part A
1.
An applied force of 50 N is used to accelerate an object to the right across a frictional
surface. The object encounters 10 N of friction. Use the diagram to determine the normal
force, the net force, the mass
Metric Conversions Worksheet 1. 0.75 kg to milligrams
2. 1500 millimeters to km
3. 2390 g to kg
4. 0.52 km to meters
5. 65 kg to g
6. 750 micrograms to g
7. 0.25 megameters to cm
8. 23.8 fg to kg
9. 2.77 kg to mg
10. 2.90 cm to terameters
11. 45.6 microli
TYPICAL NUMERIC QUESTIONS FOR PHYSICS I REGULAR QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM CUTNELL AND JOHNSON MAGNETISM
(3) Science concepts. The student knows forces in nature. The student is expected to: (D) demonstrate the relationship between electricity and magnetism; (F
Magnetic Fields, Magnetic Forces, and Electromagnetic Induction Sample Problems
1. A wire 1 m long carries a current of 5 A. The wire is at right angles to a uniform magnetic field. The force on the wire is 0.2 N. What is the magnetic field strength? 2. N
Magnetic Fields and Forces Homework
1. A wire 0.10 m long carrying a current of 2 A is at right angles to a magnetic field. The force on the wire is 0.04 N. What is the strength of the magnetic field? What would its strength be if the wire is at an angle
Magnetic Field Assessment
1.
For each of the arrangements below, sketch the magnetic field lines surrounding the bar
magnets. Be sure to indicate the direction of the field lines.
N
S
N
N
2. The diagram below is a current carrying wire coming out of the p
Graphing Motion Assessment for AP-B
Use the graph of position versus time for a projectile (found on the next page) to complete the following:
1.
From the position vs. time graph on the next page: a. Find the time at which the speed is a minimum
b.
Find t