Quiz 3PHYS2011M
Name_
9 November 2012
F 2i 3 N . The particle is
j
1) A force acts on a particle, which is initially at rest; the force is
j
initially at d i 0.25i 0.50 m . After t=2.0 seconds, the particle is located at
d f 4.25i 2.50 m . How much work h
Quiz 2PHYS2011M
Name_
8 October 2012
1) The police find a car at a distance w=30 m from the base of a cliff of height h=110 m. How fast
was the car going when it went over the edge?
2) Two blocks are fastened to the ceiling of an elevator as in this figur
Quiz 1PHYS201
Name_
12 September 2012
1) Evaluate this integral:
t 1
t3
2
0 2 3t dt
t
2) A truck covers 30.0 m in 4.50 s while smoothly slowing down to a final speed of 2.80 m/s. (a)
Find the truck's original speed (b) Find its acceleration. (c)Now, wri
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Exam 3-PHYS 201-Fall 2010
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. Chad & Kaisa are on a spinning merry-go-round. Chad is on the outside edge and Kaisa is near the center of
the merry-go-ro
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Exam 2-PHYS 201-F11
Multiple Choice
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1. Which of these statements best describe Aristotles view of the natural world:
a. all objects are propelled by a mystical
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Exam 3-PHYS 201-F11-Chapters 10, 11, 15, & 13
Multiple Choice
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1. When a car travels around a curve, what force provides the centripetal force?
a.
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the frictional
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Exam 2-PHYS 201-F12-Ch 3 & 4
Multiple Choice
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1. Consider these vectors. Which of these represents the vector for B-A ?
a.
b.
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c.
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d.
2. A student adds two v
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ID: A
Exam 3-Fall 2009-PHYS 101
Multiple Choice
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1. What happens when a spinning figure ice skater moves her arms out away from her body?
a.
b.
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her m
ame: _ Class: _ Date: _
Exam 3-PHYS 201-F12-Ch 5-8
Multiple Choice
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1. Which of the following is an example of a nonconservative force?
a. gravity
b. magnetism
c. friction
d.
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ID: A
Exam 1-PHYS 101-Fall 2009
Multiple Choice
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1. The standard unit of measure for the SI unit of time is based on which of these:
a.
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characteristi
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Exam 2-PHYS 201-F10
Multiple Choice
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1. Which of these statements about projectile motion is true:
a. The y-component of the velocity is zero at the top of the traj
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ID: A
Exam 2-PHYS 101-Fall 2009
Multiple Choice
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1. Consider this figure of a roller coaster:
At which of these points is the speed of the car the grea
ame: _
Exam 1-PHYS 201-F12
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_
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1. What is the area of this paper in square centimeters?
a. 6 cm2
c. 600 cm2
2
b. 60 cm
d. 6000 cm2
2. Consider this equation. Th
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Exam 1-PHYS 201-F10-Chapters 1-3A
Multiple Choice
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1. Which answer has the appropriate significant figures for this mathematical operation:
1.0 0.01
3.4
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a. 0.003
c. 0
ame: _
Exam 1-PHYS 201-Fall 2011-16 September 2011
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. Which of these is the appropriate answer for this mathematical operation:
3.4
+ 6.72
1.24
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a. 9.46
d. 9
Exam 4PHYS 201
Chapters 14, 15, 18
26 November 2007
Name_
1) (15 pts) Four children, each of weight 200 N, make a log raft by lashing together logs
of diameter 0.3 m and length 2.0 m. How many logs will be needed to keep them afloat
in fresh water? Assume
PHYS 201-1M
Exam 4: Chapters 18 & 19
18 November 2005
Name_
1) (20 pts) At 20 Celsius, a rod is exactly 20.05 cm long as measured on a ruler that
is 20.11 cm long. Both the rod and the ruler are placed in an oven at 270
Celsius, where the rod now measures
Exam #4
PHYS 201-1M
17 November 2006
Name_
Answer each of the following questions. Circle your final answer. Full credit will be
given only for the correct answer. For errors in the calculations but where the method is
correct, only one point will be dedu
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ID: A
Exam 3-PHYS 201-F08
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. The multiple choice problems are worth 2
points each for a total of 20 points.
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1. A uranium nucleus is at r
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ID: A
Exam 2-PHYS 201-08F
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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8
8
8
8
F
d
1. A force = 3.0i + 4.0j N acts over a displacement = 2.0i + 3.0j m. If the work done is +6 J,
Exam #3
PHYS 201-1M
25 October 2006
Name_
Answer each of the following questions. Circle your final answer. Full credit will be
given only for the correct answer. For errors in the calculations but where the method is
correct, only one point will be deduc
Exam 3PHYS 201
Chapters 8,9,10
24 October 2007
Name_
1) (20 pts) Derive the moment of inertia (I) for a solid cylinder of radius R, length L, and
mass M.
2) (20 pts) A roller coaster car has a mass of 1000 kg. It tops the first hill in this figure
with an
Exam 2PHYS 201
Chapters 4-7
3 October 2007
Name_
r
1)(15 pts) The velocity v of a particle moving in the xy plane is given by
r
r
v = (3.0t 2.0t 2 )i + 7.0 , with v in meters per second and t (>0) in seconds.
j
a) What is the acceleration when t=2.0 secon
PHYS 201-4M
Exam 3
Chapters 10, 11, 12, 14, 15
Name_
4 November 2005
1. (25 pts) The function x = (5.0) cos[(3 )t + / 3] gives the simple harmonic motion
of a body. At t=5.0 s what are the [Reminder: be sure your calculator is in radians
mode.]
a) Displac
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _
Exam 1, PHYS 201, 08F
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_
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1. Which of these is the standard for the kilogram?
a. a fraction of the mass of the Earth
c. the mass of 3x1
Exam #1
PHYS 201-1M
13 September 2006
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Answer each of the following questions. Circle your final answer. Full credit will be
given only for the correct answer. For errors in the calculations but where the method is
correct, only one point will be ded
Exam #2
PHYS 201-1M
4 October 2006
Name_
Answer each of the following questions. Circle your final answer. Full credit will be
given only for the correct answer. For errors in the calculations but where the method is
correct, only one point will be deduct
Exam #1
PHYS 201-1M
19 September 2005
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given only for the correct answer. For errors in the calculations but where the method is
correct, only one point will be ded
Exam #2
PHYS 201-1M
12 October 2005
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Answer each of the following questions. Circle your final answer. Full credit will be
given only for the correct answer. For errors in the calculations but where the method is
correct, only one point will be deduc
Exam 1PHYS 201
Chapters 1-3
9 September 2007
Name_
1) (10pts) Gold, which has a mass of 19.32 g for each cubic centimeter of volume, is the
most ductile metal and can be pressed into a thin leaf or drawn out into a long fiber.
a) (7) If a sample of gold,