Practice Final Exam Physics 21
Spring 2012 Solutions
P1. Giambattista 13-83: An automobile driver fills his 18.9-L steel gasoline tank in the cool of
the morning when the temperature of the tank and the gasoline is 15C and the pressure is 1.0
atm. The can
Gerald Feldman - Physics 1021/25 Spring 2016
Practice Exam #3 Spring 2016
1
4 pt
A 65.8 kg person sits on a 3.52 kg chair. Each leg of the chair
makes contact with the floor in a circle that is 1.64 cm in
diameter. Calculate the pressure exerted on the fl
Gerald Feldman - Physics 1021/25 Spring 2016
Practice Exam #1 Spring 2016
1
4 pt
You jog at 5.99 mi/hr for 5.10 mi, then you jump into a car
and drive for another 5.10 mi. With what average speed must
you drive if your average speed for the entire 10.2 mi
Mark Reeves - Physics 1021/1025 Spring 201
PHYS 21/25: Practice Final Exam (Spring 2015)
1
4 pt The pV diagram is shown for a heat engine. The
heat ow for two of the stages is shown in the gure. The
horizontal axis is scaled in units of V = 200 cm3 and th
Gerald Feldman - Physics 1021/25 Spring 2016
Practice Exam #2 Spring 2016
1
1 pt
Water skiers often ride to one side of the center line of a boat,
as shown in the figure below.
1 pt
A water-skier lets go of the tow rope upon leaving the end
of a jump ramp
Math 1232
April 28, 2016
Practice Final Exam Solutions
1) Calculate the Taylor Series for cosx about a = 0
f n x
n
f n 0
n!
f n 0/n!
0
fx = cos x
f0 = cos 0 = 1
1
1
1
f x = sin x
f 0 = sin 0 = 0
1
0
2
f x = cos x
f 0 = cos 0 = 1
2
12
3
f x = sin x
f 0 =
Math 1232
April 19, 2016
Practice Final Exam
1) Calculate the Taylor Series for cosx about a 0
2) Find the series radius and interval of convergence. Test the end points.
2n
x 3 n
n0
5n
3) Find the sum: n2 1 n1
3 n1
7n
.
4) Integrate:
a) x 1 x dx
b)
dx
PHYS 1021 University Physics I Syllabus for Spring 2012
Department of Physics
The George Washington University
PHYS 1021 University Physics I
Spring Semester, 2012
(Section 10)
Course Time:
Monday and Wednesday 12:45 2:00 PM
Course Place:
101 Corcoran Hal
Example: baseball throw, slide 6
Range
R= (initial velocity/g) * (sin2theta )
Height
H= initial y + (v0^2*sin^2theta)/2g
Example: Baseball batting
V = v0 v0 cos theta0= 40.3
Example: Still Rings
-no forces in the x-direction, in y-direcion
t1=t2=t
linear
Practice Exam Phy 21
Spring 2012
Solutions
1. Rocket Launch: Walker 2-56 (Soln 63) (*): A model rocket rises with constant
acceleration to a height of 3.2 m, at which point its speed is 26.0 m/s. (a) How much time
does it take for the rocket to reach this
Centripetal Force Lab
Tezita Watts & John Riordan
02/28/12
Lab Procedure
1. Put on safety glasses.
2. Clamp the apparatus to the tablet using the C-clamp provided.
3. Detach the spring and verify that the freely hanging mass M is suspended directly
above
Phys1021 12, Spring 2016
Department of Physics
The George Washington University
PHYS 1021: University Physics I Section 12
Spring Semester 2016 (CRN 78340)
Meeting Place:
Monroe Hall, Room B33
Meeting Time:
Tues, Thurs 9:30 11:30 am; Fri 10:00 - 11:0