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it 1 1D Motion1. During a relay race, runner A runs a certain distance due north
and then hands off the baton to runner B, who runs for the same distance in a
direction south of east. The two displacement vectors A and B can be added together
to give a resultant vector R. Which drawing correctly shows the resultant vector? A
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c01/sat_c01_q1_01/sa
t_c01_q1_01_2.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####C# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c01/sat_c01_q1_01/sa
t_c01_q1_01_3.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####D# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c01/sat_c01_q1_01/sa
t_c01_q1_01_4.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET #####2. The drawing on below shows a
displacement vector A (450.0m along the -y axis). In this x, y coordinate system
the scalar components are Ax=0m and Ay=-450.0m. Suppose that the coordinate
system is rotated counterclockwise by 35.0, but the magnitude (450.0m) and
direction of vector A remain unchanged (see the right drawing). What are the scalar
components, Ax' and Ay', of the vector A in the rotated x', y' coordinate system? #
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c01/sat_c01_q2_05/sa
t_c01_q2_05_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####AAx'=-450 cos 35o m and Ay'=-450 sin
35o m BAx'=+450 cos 35o m and Ay'=-450 sin 35o m CAx'=+450 sin 35o m and
Ay'=+450 con 35om DAx'=+450 sin 35om and Ay'=-450 con 35om EAx'=-450 sin
35o m and Ay'=-450 cos 35om ##3. Three runners start at the same place. Shaun
runs 4.0 km due east and then runs 1.0 km due west. Mark runs 3.0 km due east. Jeff
runs 2.0 km due west and then runs 5.0 km due east. Which of the following is true
concerning the displacement of each runner? A#Shaun's displacement equals Mark's
displacement, but Jeff's displacement is different. ##B#Mark's displacement equals
Jeff's displacement, but Shaun's displacement is different. ##C#Shaun, Mark, and
Jeff have the same displacements. ##D#Shaun, Mark, and Jeff have different
displacements. ##E#Shaun's displacement equals Jeff's, but Mark's displacement is
different. ##4. The average acceleration is zero when __________ A#the magnitudes
of the initial and final velocities are the same, and the directions of the initial
and final velocities are different. ##B#both the magnitudes and the directions of
the initial and final velocities are the same. ##C#the magnitude of the final
velocity is greater than the magnitude of the initial velocity, and the direction
of the velocity remains constant. ##D#the initial and the final velocities have
different magnitudes and different directions. ##5. Which one of the following
statements is not true? A#In the absence of air resistance the motion of a baseball
dropped from rest from the top of a building is an example of free-fall. ##B#In the
absence of air resistance the motion of a baseball after being thrown straight
upward from the ground is an example of free-fall. ##C#The equations of kinematics
apply to free-fall motion. ##D#Near the earth's surface the acceleration due to
gravity has the approximate magnitude of 9.80 m/s2, points downward when the motion
is downward, and points upward when the motion is upward. ##E#In free-fall motion
near the earth's surface the acceleration is the acceleration due to gravity. ##6.
The graph that accompanies this problem shows a three-part motion. Rank the
velocities of three parts, A, B, and C, in ascending order (smallest first). #
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c02/sat_c02_q3_08/sa
t_c02_q3_08_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####AvC, vA, vB BvA, vC, vB CvA, vB, vC DvC,
vB, vA EvB, vC, vA ##7. For the motion described in the graph that accompanies

this problem decide whether the moving object is accelerating, decelerating, or


moving at a constant velocity.# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c02/sat_c02_q3_09/sa
t_c02_q3_09_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####AAccelerating BMoving at a constant
velocity CDecelerating DThere is insufficient information for an answer. ##Unit 2
2D Motion8. The drawing shows projectile motion at three points along the
trajectory. The speeds at the points are v1, v2, and v3. Assume there is no air
resistance and rank the speeds, largest to smallest. (Note that the symbol ">"
means "greater than.") # INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c03/sat_c03_q1_01/sa
t_c03_q1_01_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####Av1 > v3 > v2 Bv1 > v2 > v3 Cv2 > v3 > v1
Dv2 > v1 > v3 Ev3 > v2 > v1 ##9. At a certain point along the path in projectile
motion, the projectile has a velocity v whose scalar components are vx=+30m/s
and vy=+40m/s. As the projectile moves along the path, what would be its minimum
speed? # INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c03/sat_c03_q1_02/sa
t_c03_q1_02_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####A0 m/s B30 m/s C40 m/s D# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c03/sat_c03_q1_02/sa
t_c03_q1_02_f1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET #####10. Each drawing shows three points
along the path of a projectile, one on its way up, one at the top, and one on its
way down. Which drawing correctly represents the acceleration a of the projectile
at these three points? A# INCLUDEPICTURE
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c03/sat_c03_q1_04/sa
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c03/sat_c03_q1_04/sa
t_c03_q1_04_3.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####D# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c03/sat_c03_q1_04/sa
t_c03_q1_04_4.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####E# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c03/sat_c03_q1_04/sa
t_c03_q1_04_5.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET #####11. Suppose Ball 1 is at a height of
19.6 m when it reaches the top of its trajectory. At the instant Ball 1 is at the
top of its trajectory, Ball 2 is released from rest at the same height. How much
time does it take for either ball to reach the ground? Note that the vertical
component y of the ball's displacement points downward, in the -y direction. #
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c03/sat_c03_q1_07/sa
t_c03_q1_07_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####A2.0 s B4.0 s C6.0 s D1.0 s E0.50 s. ##
12. An object is moving at a constant velocity. All but one of the following could
be true. Which one cannot be true? A#No forces act on the object. ##B#A single
force acts on the object. ##C#Two forces act simultaneously on the object. ##
D#Three forces act simultaneously on the object. ##Unit 3 Newtons Laws & Force
13. Which one of the following descriptions violates Newton's first law of motion?
A#A child is sitting in the back seat of a car and is not wearing a seat belt. The
car is traveling forward, and the driver suddenly applies the brakes. The child
flies forward against the rear side of the front seat. ##B#A small suitcase is at
the front of the overhead luggage compartment on an airplane. When the airplane
begins its takeoff, the suitcase slides to the rear of the compartment. ##C#A glass
of water is sitting on a table in the dining car of a train. The train brakes as it
nears the station, and the glass slides forward. ##D#A rabbit's foot is hanging on
a chain from the rearview mirror of a car. As the car accelerates, the rabbit's
foot swings toward the windshield. ##14. Two forces act on a moving object that
has a mass of 5kg. One has a magnitude of 12N and points due south, while the
other has a magnitude of 37N and points due north. What is the acceleration of the
object? A#5m/s2 directed south ##B#10m/s2 directed south ##C#5m/s2 directed
north ##D#10 m/s2 directed north ##E#50m/s2 directed north ##15. Which one of the
following is true, according to Newton's laws of motion? Ignore friction. A#A
sports utility vehicle (SUV) hits a stationary motorcycle. Since it is stationary,

the motorcycle sustains a greater force than the SUV does. ##B#A semi-truck crashes
all the way through a wall. Since it collapses, the wall sustains a greater force
than the truck does. ##C#Sam (18 years old) and his sister (9 years old) go ice
skating. They push off against each other and fly apart. Sam flies off with the
greater acceleration. ##D#Two astronauts on a "space walk" are throwing a ball back
and forth between each other. In this game of "catch" the distance between them
remains constant. ##E#None of the above is true, according to the third law. ##16.
In another solar system a planet has four times the earth's mass and two times the
earth's radius. Your weight on this planet is _______ times your earth-weight.
Assume that the masses of the earth and the other planet are uniformly distributed.
A#1 ##B#2##C#0.111 ##D#0.444 ##E#0.222 ##17. The apparent weight of a passenger in
an elevator is greater than his true weight. Which one of the following is true?
A#The elevator is moving upward with an increasing speed or moving upward with an
decreasing speed. ##B#The elevator is moving upward with an increasing speed or
moving downward with an increasing speed. ##C#The elevator is moving upward with a
decreasing speed or downward with a decreasing speed. ##D#The elevator is moving
upward with an increasing speed or moving downward with a decreasing speed. ##E#The
elevator is moving upward with a decreasing speed or downward with in increasing
speed. ##18. The drawings show identical blocks at rest on three different
inclines, each block held in place by static friction. Rank the forces of static
friction in the three cases in ascending order (smallest first). # INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c04/sat_c04_q2_06/sa
t_c04_q2_06_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####AB, C, A BA, C, B CB, A, C DA, B, C EC,
A, B ##19. The drawings show three identical blocks sliding along horizontal
surfaces. Each block has a different mass, as indicated. The coefficient of kinetic
friction in each case is the same. Which block has the greatest deceleration? #
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c04/sat_c04_q2_09/sa
t_c04_q2_09_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####AA BB CC DThe deceleration is the same in
each case. ##20. A certain object is in equilibrium. Which one of the following
statements is not true? A#The object must be at rest. ##B#The object has a constant
velocity. ##C#The object has no acceleration. ##D#No net force acts on the object.
##21. A certain object is not in equilibrium. Three of the following statements
could possibly be true, and one must be true. Which one of the following must be
true? A#Only a single force acts on the object. ##B#A net force acts on the object.
##C#Only two perpendicular forces act on the object. ##D#Only three forces act on
the object. ##22. The drawing shows a block at rest on an incline. The mass of the
block is 8.0kg. What is the static frictional force that acts on the block? #
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c04/sat_c04_q3_04/sa
t_c04_q3_04_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####A8*10*cos 22o N B8*cos 22o N C-8*10*cos
22o ND-8*10*sin 22o NEThere is not enough information to calculate the frictional
force. ##Unit 4 Uniform Circular Motion23. # INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c05/sat_c05_q1_01/sa
t_c05_q1_01_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####Two cars are traveling at the same
constant speed v. Car A is moving along a straight section of the road, while B is
rounding a circular turn. Which statement is true about the acceleration of the
cars? ##A#The acceleration of both cars is zero, since they are traveling at a
constant speed. ##B#Car A is accelerating, but car B is not accelerating. ##C#Car A
is not accelerating, but car B is accelerating. ##D#Both cars a#r#e#
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#a#c#t#s# #o#n# #i#t#. # INCLUDEPICTURE
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"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c05/sat_c05_q1_05/sa
t_c05_q1_05_2.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ###C# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c05/sat_c05_q1_05/sa
t_c05_q1_05_3.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ###B# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c05/sat_c05_q1_05/sa
t_c05_q1_05_4.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ###D# INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c05/sat_c05_q1_05/sa
t_c05_q1_05_5.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET #####25. A car is rounding a circular curve
of radius r on a banked turn. As the drawing indicates, there are two forces acting
on the car, its weight mg and the normal force FN exerted on it by the road. Which
force, or force component, provides the centripetal force that keeps the car moving
on the circular path? # INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c05/sat_c05_q2_01/sa
t_c05_q2_01_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####AThe normal force, FN. BThe weight, mg,
of the car. CThe vertical component, FNcos
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phase in which the skier is in free-fall. At the right of the drawing are four
possible directions for the net force that acts on the skier. What is the direction
of the net force at A, B, and C? Assume that there is no friction or air resistance
at any point along the ski run. # INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c05/sat_c05_q2_06/sa
t_c05_q2_06_1.gif" \* MERGEFORMATINET ####A4, 3, 2 B3, 1, 3 C2, 3, 2 D2, 1, 3 E2,
1, 1 ##27. The drawing shows an extreme skier at bottom of a ski jump. At this
point the track is circular with a radius r. Two forces act on the skier, her
weight mg and the normal force FN. Which relation describes how the net force
acting on her is related to her mass m and speed v and to the radius r? Assume that
"up" is the positive direction. # INCLUDEPICTURE
"http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/courses/crs1000/art/qb/sat/sat_c05/sat_c05_q2_07/sa
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force F pushes in three different ways on a box moving with a velocity v, as the
drawings show. Rank the work done by the force F in ascending order (smallest
first). # INCLUDEPICTURE
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C#The force is zero, or the displacement is zero, or the angle is 90. ##D#The
force is zero, or the angle is 90. ##E#The force is zero, or the displacement is
zero, or the angle is 180. ##30. Air resistance is a non-conservative force. It
always opposes the motion of an object. An airplane flies from New York to Atlanta
and then returns to its point of departure. The net work done by air resistance
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#d#o#w#n# #h#i#l#l#.# #T#h#e mass of the rider and his bike is 50 kg. Sea level is
the zero level for measuring gravitational potential energy. Ignoring friction and
air resistance, what is the rider's total mechanical energy when he coasts to a
height of 1 m above sea level? A#100 J ##B#2500 J ##C#2600 J ##D#40 J ##33. A
90.0-kg skydiver falls straight downward with an open parachute through a vertical
height of 300 m. The skydiver's velocity remains constant. What is the work done by
the non-conservative force of air resistance, which is the only non-conservative
force acting? A#-270,000 J ##B#0 J ##C#+270,000 J ##D#Answer is not obtainable,
because there is insufficient information about speed.
##34. Two identical cars
are traveling at the same speed. One is heading due east and the other due north,
as the drawing shows. Which statement is true regarding the kinetic energies and
momenta of the cars? # INCLUDEPICTURE
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the same momenta. BThey have the same kinetic energies, but different momenta. C
They have different kinetic energies, but the same momenta. DThey have different
kinetic energies and different momenta. ##35. A high-jumper, having just cleared
the bar, lands on an air mattress and comes to rest. Had she landed directly on the
hard ground, her stopping time would have been much shorter. Using the impulsemomentum theorem as your guide, determine which one of the following statements is
correct. A#The air mattress exerts a greater impulse, and a greater net average
force, on the high-jumper than does the hard ground. ##B#The air mattress exerts a
greater impulse, but a smaller net average force, on the high-jumper than does the
hard ground. ##C#The air mattress exerts the same impulse, but a greater net
average force, on the high-jumper than does the hard ground. ##D#The air mattress
exerts the same impulse, but a smaller net average force, on the high-jumper than
does the hard ground. ##E#The air mattress exerts a smaller impulse, and a smaller
net average force, on the high-jumper than does the hard ground. ##36. The drawing
illustrates an overhead view of a door and its axis of rotation. The axis is

perpendicular to the screen. There are four forces acting on the door, and they
have the same magnitude. Rank the torque
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board. The board is balanced on a support that serves as an axis of rotation.
Which statement best describes the picture?
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is at rotational equilibrium.
B - The bar will rotate
clockwise.
C - The bar will rotate counter clockwise.
D -Not enough information given to determine what it will do. ##39. Two objects
undergo an elastic collision. The table shows four possible sets of the initial and
final kinetic energies of the objects. Which is the only set that could occur?
Initial Kinetic Energies (Before Collision) Final Kinetic Energies (After
Collision) Object 1 Object 2 Object 1 Object 2 ##A15 J 0 J 10 J 9 J B8 J 6 J 10 J 4
J C8 J 6 J 16 J -2 J D3 J 8 J 2 J 6 J ##40. A particle is moving along the +x
axis, and the graph shows its momentum p as a function of time t. In each of the
four regions a force may, or may not, be applied to the particle. In which region
is the magnitude of the force largest and in which region is it smallest? #
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(largest), B (smallest) C - A (largest), D (smallest) D -C (largest), A (smallest)
E - A (largest), C (smallest) ##Unit 6 SHM & Fluid Dynamics41. You have two
springs. One has a greater spring constant than the other. You also have two
objects, one with a greater mass than the other. Which object should be attached to
which spring, so that the resulting spring-object system has the greatest possible
period of oscillation? A#The object with the greater mass should be attached to the
spring with the greater spring constant. ##B#The object with the greater mass
should be attached to the spring with the smaller spring constant. ##C#The object
with the smaller mass should be attached to the spring with the smaller spring
constant. ##D#The object with the smaller mass should be attached to the spring
with the greater spring constant. ##42. The drawing shows a graph of displacement
x versus time t for simple harmonic motion of an object on a horizontal spring.
Which one of the following answers correctly gives the magnitude v of the velocity
and the magnitude a of the acceleration at points A and B in the graph? #
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aB=0m/s2 BvA=maximum, aA=0m/s2, vB=0m/s, aB=maximum CvA=0m/s,
aA=0m/s2, vB=maximum, aB=maximum DvA=0m/s, aA=maximum, vB=maximum,
aB=0m/s2 EvA=maximum, aA=maximum, vB=0m/s, aB=maximum ##43. Which one
of the following graphs correctly represents the restoring force F of an ideal
spring as a function of the displacement x of the spring from its unstrained
length? A# INCLUDEPICTURE
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the drawings. The lengths of the pendulums are drawn to scale, and the masses are

either m or 2m, as shown. Which one has the smallest angular frequency of
oscillation? A# INCLUDEPICTURE
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to the same height with the same fluid. In which container, if any, is the pressure
at the bottom greatest? ##A#Container A, because its bottom has the greatest
surface area. ##B#All three contains have the same pressure at the bottom. ##
C#Container A, because it has the greatest volume of fluid. ##D#Container B,
because it has the least volume of fluid. ##E#Container C, because its bottom has
the least surface area. ##46. Two liquids, 1 and 2, are in equilibrium in a U-tube
that is open at both ends. The liquids do not mix, and liquid 1 rests on top of
liquid 2. How is the density
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