AP Physics C
1988 Multiple Choice Questions
Electricity and Magnetism
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Homework # 3.
Problem 1.
a) Write an equation describing a sinusoidal transverse wave traveling on a cord in +x
direction with a wavelength of 10 cm, a frequency of 400 Hz, and an amplitude of 2.0
cm.
A=2.0cm
K= 2pi/10cm-1 =0.628cm-1
W=2pif =2pi(400s-1) =
Lab Report Light Intensity vs. Distance
By Cody Carroll and Michael Schulte
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to see if light spreads out in all directions, as it does from a point light
source, the intensity at a certain distance from the sou
Lab Report Electric Field Mapping
By Cody Carroll and Michael Schulte
Objective
The purpose of this qualitive activity is to introduce the concept of a field and to make the idea
of the electric field more concrete by examining several examples. Many rule
Lab Report Reflection and Refraction
By Michael Schulte and Cody Carroll
Objective
For the reflection portion of this lab you will experimentally confirm the Law of Reflection for a
flat, concave, and convex mirror.
For the refraction portion of this lab
Lab Report Standing Waves
By Cody Carroll and Michael Schulte
Objective
The objective of this lab was is test how to produce different types of standing waves with the
force sensor and a string that vibrates. The vibrating string will look like different
Homework #2 Waves
1. Suppose that a water wave coming into a dock has a velocity of 1.5 m/s and a wavelength
of 2 m. With what frequency does the wave hit the dock?
Answer:
f = v/ = (1.5 m/s)/(2 m) = 0.75/s = 0.75 Hz
2. How many times per minute does a bo
Lab Report Object and Image Distances for a Thin Lens
By Cody Carroll and Michael Schulte
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to test and find out what the relationship between an
objects distance and the image distance of a thin convex lens. Th
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Statistical Inference I: Precision and Accuracy
If mathematics is the language of science then statistics is the language of experimentation. In this
module we will be examining the meaning of accuracy and precision i
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001 10.0 points
The volume of an object as a function of time
is V (t) =
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001 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points
You drive a car 3 h at 49 km/h, then 3 h
Lab Report - Interference and Diffraction of Light
By Cody Carroll and Michael Schulte
Objective
The distances between the central maximum and the diffraction minima for a single slit are measured by
scanning the laser pattern with a light sensor and plot
Lab Report Standing Waves
By Michael Schulte and Cody Carroll
Objective
The objective of this lab was is test how to produce different types of standing waves with the
force sensor and a string that vibrates. The vibrating string will look like different
Physics for Engineers 2 (PHY 2044) Fall 2016
Prerequisite course required PHY 2048, MAC 2312
Instructor: Dr. G. Kreymerman
COURSE TEXT BOOK:
PHYSICSFORSCIENTISTANDENGINEERS,Vol-2,SixthEdition
Authors:PaulA.TiplerandGeneMosca
Publisher:W.H.FreemanandCompan
1993 Multiple choice
1.
In the absence of air friction, an object dropped near the surface of the Earth experiences a constant
acceleration of about 9.8 m/s 2. This means that the
(A) speed of the object increases 9.8 m/s during each second
(B) speed of t
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1988
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AP PHYSICS E&M: RELEASED EXAM 2004 MULTIPLE CHOICE
36. Three 1/2 F capacitors are connected in series as shown
in the diagram above. The capacitance of the combination
is (A) 0.1 F (B) 1 F (C) 2/3 F
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(E) 1/6 F
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Advanced Placement
Program
AP Physics C: Mechanics
Practice Exam
The questions contained in this AP Physics C: Mechanics Practice Exam are written to the content
specifications of AP Exams for this subject. Taking this practice exam should provide student
EXAM #1: SPRING SEMESTER 2015 PHY2049
23 February 2016 Instructor: Enrique del Barco
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a. For problems: Include the workout of the problem in the space below the question. A correct
answer without the development of the
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Exam 1 Review
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tested
Practice Quiz Six
4.
Gravitational Potential Energy Formula: mg(delta)h
Elastic Potential Energy Formula: 1/2kx2
x= mgsin(theta)/k
The problem is asking you for the TOTAL potential energy of the entire system including the
block, spring, and earth system.
Physics for Engineers 2 (PHY 2044) Fall 2016
Prerequisite course required PHY 2048, MAC 2312
Instructor: Dr. G. Kreymerman
COURSE TEXT BOOK:
PHYSICSFORSCIENTISTANDENGINEERS,Vol-2,SixthEdition
Authors:PaulA.TiplerandGeneMosca
Publisher:W.H.FreemanandCompan
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PLEASE READ:
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chapters 1 and 2.
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001 10.0 points
A standard object defined as having a mass
of exactly 5.