UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Practice Final Exam
UIC Physics 105
Practice Final Exam
Fall 2014
Best if used by December 7
PROBLEM
Multiple
Choice
Short
Problem 1
Short
Problem 2
Short
Problem 3
Short
Problem 4
Short
Problem 5
Total
POINTS
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SP1. A 4 kg object is held stationary against the end of a horizon- initial Situation
tal spring that is compressed by 2 m. The spring has a stiffness k = 10 nim
("k") of 10 N/m. The object is then released and as a re
LPl. A block of weight 4.5 N is launched up an incline and on M = Hf?
to a platform at a height of h = 2.0 m by a spring with Spring a 8N 1,
constant k = 2000 N/m. 5
k . .
(a) If the spring is initially compressed by an amount d = 0.10 Ewa- - M!
m,
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems #05
Self-Study Problems
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
MCQ1: A force F acts on mass m1 giving acceleration a1. The same force acts on a different mass m2 giving
acceleration a2 = 2a1. If m1 and m2 are glued togethe
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems #06
Self-Study Problems
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
MCQ1: A steel ball is attached to a string and is swung in a horizontal circular path as
illustrated in the figure to the right. At point P , the string sudden
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems #08
Self-Study Problems
MCQ1: A meter stick on a horizontal frictionless table top is pivoted at the 80-cm
mark. A force is applied perpendicularly to the end of the stick at 0 cm, as shown
in the figure to th
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems #10
Self-Study Problems
MCQ1: An automobile moving at 20 m/s has the brakes applied, producing a net force of 8.0 kN. If the car travels
35 m before it stops, what is the mass of the automobile?
(A) 1000 kg An
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems #07
Self-Study Problems
MCQ1: A wheel rotating about a fixed axis has an angular position given by
measured in radians and t in seconds. The angular acceleration of the wheel is
(A) +1.0 rad/s2
0.22 = 0.4 rad
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems #09
Self-Study Problems
MCQ1: If two balls, each of mass 0.06 kg, moving in opposite directions with speed 4 m/s, collide and rebound
with the same speed, then the impulse imparted to each ball due to other is
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems #15
Self-Study Problems
MCQ1: What is the hydrostatic (or gauge) pressure on an object submerged in water at a depth of 15 m at or near
Answer (B):
sea level?
5
1.47 10 Pa
(A) 1.01 10 Pa
5
(B) 1.47 10 Pa
(C)
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems 13
Self-Study Problems
MCQ1: The transverse wave shown is traveling from left to right in a
medium as shown to the right. The direction of the instantaneous velocity
of the medium at point P is
(A)
Answer (A):
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems Set #12
Self-Study Problems
MCQ1: The position of a mass that is oscillating on a spring is given by x = (12.3 cm) cos[(1.26 s-1)t]. What is
the acceleration of the mass when t = 0.825 s?
(A) 10.1 cm/s2
Answer
UIC PHYSICS 105 Fall 2014 Self-Study Problems 14
Self-Study Problems
MCQ1: Two 340 Hz sound sources facing each other produce sound waves which travel at 340 m/s towards each
other. As a result a standing wave is produced between the sources. A person sta
Physics 105
Practice Problems for Final Exam
Spring 2016
Due to requests for additional practice problems to help in preparing for the final
exam, please find below a series of practice problems for the final exam.
Please note that the actual final exam w
SP16. A block oscillating on a spring has an amplitude of 20 cm. What will be the amplitude if
the maximum kinetic energy is doubled?
SP17. A wave pulse travels along a string at a speed of 200 cm/s. What will the speed be if:
(a) The strings tension is d
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y(x, t) = A cos (TX + 4.0m)
The equation of a transverse wave traveling along a very long string is given by
where x and y are expressed in meters and t is in seconds. "'*~ ~ - _
(a) In what direction is the wave traveling?
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