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Physics 23

TEST 1 (4 pages)

question with OSE in front of it MUST begin with an Official Starting

Equation, with the math subsequently flowing from it for full credit. If

Test Total =

/ 200

you need more space to finish a question, write and circle BPP at the end of

the space provided and complete your work on the Back of Previous Page.

For Questions on this page, write the letter which you believe to be the best answer in the underlined space

provided to the left of the question number. On subsequent pages, draw a box around your answer to each

question. The expression for the final result must be in system parameters and simplified as far as possible. All

information and algebraic quantities that you use to solve the problem must appear in the figure. Neglect air

resistance. Calculators and notes cannot be used during the test. If you have any questions, ask the proctor.

vy

described in the velocity versus time graph shown in the figure. We can

say that its speed

A) increases. B) decreases. C) increases and then decreases.

t

D2)(10)The position of an object is given by x = at3 bt2 + ct, where a, b, and c are constants. The

instantaneous acceleration of the object at time t is

at 4 bt 3 ct 2

2

C) zero

D) 6at-2b

A) 3at -2bt+c

B)

4

3

2

A 3)(10) Which is the correct way to express F at right in unit vector notation?

A) Fx i + Fy j

B) Fx i Fy j

C) Fx i + Fy j

D) Fx i Fy j

B4)(10)A box of mass m is pulled with a constant acceleration a along a

horizontal frictionless floor by a wire that makes an angle of above the horizontal If T

is the tension in this wire, then

A) T = ma. B) T > ma.

C) T < ma.

D) Cant determine without having

an exact number for .

F

x

y

B5)(10)If you swing a bucket of water fast enough in a vertical circle, at the highest point the water

does not spill out because an outward force balances the pull of gravity on the water.

A) True

B) False

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8) A small block of mass M is sitting on the edge of a rough disk of radius R that is rotating about its vertical

central axis at a constant rate of rotation. The coefficient of static friction between the block and the disk is .

In addition to gravity, there is a constant blowing force of

y

magnitude B acting at an angle with respect to the horizontal on

the block from the upper right, as shown in the sketch.

x

(a)(10) Complete the diagram to the right so that it is a fullylabeled diagram appropriate for solving part (b) below; include a

free body diagram for the block with an appropriate x-y coordinate

system. Any algebraic quantities that you use in part (b) must

appear in the diagram.

B

ar

f = N

expression for the maximum tangential speed V that the edge of

the disk can have so that the block does not slide off when it is at

the position shown in the sketch. (Note: until this speed is

exceeded, the block moves with the same speed as the edge of the

disk on which it sits.)

W = Mg

Fy = May

By + Ny+ fy + Wy = 0

B sin + N Mg = 0

N = Mg + B sin

Summing the forces in the x-direction gives:

Fx = Max

where

ax = ar = MV2/R

B cos + N = MV2/R

B cos + (Mg + B sin) = MV2/R

V2 = R[ (Mg + B sin) B cos

V = ( R[ (Mg + B sin) B cos

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