Past Exam for PHYS 117 - Introduction to Physics with Griffin at Maryland (UMD)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
Class:PHYS 117 - Introduction to Physics
University:University of Maryland
Term:Fall 2000
  • Minimal Size
  • Horizontally
  • Similarities
  • Ultraviolet
  • Experiences
  • Temperature
  • Centripetal
  • Acceleration
  • Point Sources
  • Surroundings
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Final Exam, Physics 117, Sat. 12/16/00 Physics 117 Fall 2000 {12/16/00} A) GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS Prof. James J. Griffin 405-6115/6118 (This is the Instructions cover-page: Page 1 of 19) This exam consists to 120 questions worth 2 points each for a total of 240 points. ALL ANS\\t'ERS MUST BE ENTERED INTO THE NCS ANSWER SHEET PROVIDED IN CLASS BY MEANS OF HEAVY BLACK MARKS WITH A NUMBER #2 PENCIL. (Only a pencil mark will work; the machine cannot read inked answe~s no matter what color or how dark!) The questions are numbered from 1 to 120, and your single one-letter answer to each question is to be recorded by darkening the corresponding letter-circle at that question number. Turn over the answer sheet for answer blanks #101 to #120. Only the computer readable answer sheet is to be handed in. Keep this exam for your future use. ********* B) PREPARE YOUR ANSWER SHEET: 1) NE\V: SIGN your personal signature into the top margin above the NAME box. 2) PRINT YOUR NAME, FAMILY NAME ...

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