Physics 101: Intro to Physics Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Jane is using a 14 cm long screwdriver to assemble a bookcase. She applied a force of 45 N to rotate the screw 180 degrees. How much work did she do?

Question 2 2. What will occur when a force is applied to the center of an object?

Question 3 3. Josh is measuring the distance travelled by a car using meters per seconds. Josh is using _____ units.

Question 4 4. 4 kilometers = _____ millimeters.

Question 5 5. What happens to an electrical force field as the particles get closer?

Question 6 6. What is the electric field strength from a 3 coulomb charge with a distance of 0.4 meters? (k = 9 × 109)

Question 7 7. The following graph describes an object in _____.

Question 8 8. Find the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of a planet with a mass of 3.5 * 10^24 kg and an average radius of 4.5 * 10^6 m.

Question 9 9.

Complete the following nuclear equation:

Pu-240 → _____ + U-236

Question 10 10. Which of these is true about Beta plus decay?

Question 11 11. Distance is a scalar, while displacement/position is a vector. What does this mean?

Question 12 12. Using the following graph, calculate the average velocity from 0 to 4 seconds.

Question 13 13. In a heating curve graph, phase changes are _____.

Question 14 14. Calculate the difference in the length of an object with a length of 1.25 m when the temperature changes from 10 C to 52 C (the coefficient of expansion is 7.8 × 10-6).

Question 15 15. In which of these types of waves is the vibration of the wave at a right angle to the direction the energy is going?

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