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I. For the pressuredepth relationship for a uid, what is assumed?
a) The pressure increases with depth.
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Phys 122 College Physics II Exam Practice
Due: 26 November 2007 1. If you blow across the top of a sheet of paper, the paper will lift due to Bernoulli's Principle. a) Find the pressure difference above and below the paper when air flows over the up
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II. Thermodynamics C. Laws of Thermodynamics 1. Systems, states, and processes a. System: quantity of matter enclosed by boundaries or surfaces (real or imaginary; described using macroscopic properties (T,
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III. Oscillations and Waves B. Continuous media 3. Standing waves and resonance Standing wave: waveform which does not appear to move Node: point of medium which remains stationary (y = 0) at all times Ant
PHYSICS EXPERIMENTS 122
Temperature & Thermometers
Warning: Liquid nitrogen may be
used. University regulations require
students to have splash proof safety
goggles, long pants, and closed toe
In this experiment you build a thermo
P11.2. Prepare: Use the definition of efficiency in Equation 11.2 where e is given as 60% and the electrical
energy is 600 J.
Solve this for chemical energy and plug in the values.
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Phys 122 College Physics II Final Exam
22 August 2007 Problems
1. A tropical hurricane can be thought of as a gigantic heat engine. The hurricane draws in heat (warm, humid air) from the ocean surface at 28C. The warm air cools as it rises and water
Note: Many of the problem numbers in the 2nd and 3rd editions of the textbook are the
same. In cases where they differ, the 2nd edition problem number is also shown in (bold).
E.g., In Ch 11, Problem 53 in the 3rd edition corresponds to