inter phys-chem for the exam CD 4

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  1. According to the law of reflection, _____.

    A. when two waves meet, they reflect
    B. when a wave meets a boundary, the angle of the reflected wave is equal to the angle of the incident wave
    C. when a wave meets a boundary, the angle of the refracted wave will be equal to the angle of the incident wave
    D. when two waves meet, they interfere
    B. when a wave meets a boundary, the angle of the reflected wave is equal to the angle of the incident wave
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Wave A has an amplitude of 2, and wave B has an amplitude of 2. What will happen when the crest of wave A meets the trough of wave B?

    A. They will interfere to create a crest with an amplitude of 0
    B. They will interfere to create a crest with an amplitude of 2
    C. They will interfere to create a crest with an amplitude of 4
    D. They will bounce off each another.
    A. They will interfere to create a crest with an amplitude of 0
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Select all that apply.
    There is no sound in the vacuum of space. Why?

    A. Sound must travel through something that vibrates.
    B. There is no energy in space.
    C. There is no air to vibrate the human eardrum.
    D. Space is too full of light energy
    • A. Sound must travel through something that vibrates.
    • C. There is no air to vibrate the human eardrum.
  4. How long would it take for a sound impulse to travel through a copper rod 25 kilometers long?

    A. 0.071 sec
    B. 0.14 sec
    C. 7.1 sec
    D. 140 sec
    C. 7.1 sec
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Sound will travel fastest in air at _____.

    A. 10°C
    B. -5°C
    C. 0°C
    D. 15°C
    D. 15°C
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. A bumblebee buzzes past you at 3 m/s. The frequency of the hum made by its wings is 152 Hz. Assume the speed of sound to be 342 m/s. What is the observed frequency of the hum as the bumblebee approaches you?

    A. 153 Hz
    B. 149 Hz
    C. 155 Hz
    D. 150 Hz
    A. 153 Hz
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. You are standing at position X. Click on the diagram that shows your position when you perceive a sound higher than the actual pitch of the siren.
    A, B, or C?
    A
  8. An "F" tuning fork with a frequency of 349 Hz is used to test the "F" note of a piano. Three beats are heard. This means the piano key is _____.

    A. out of tune and has a frequency of 346 Hz
    B. in tune
    C. out of tune and has a frequency of 352 Hz
    D. out of tune and has a frequency of either 346 or 352 Hz
    D. out of tune and has a frequency of either 346 or 352 Hz
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. If the fundamental frequency of a musical instrument is 22 Hz, what is the frequency of the second harmonic?

    A. 44 Hz
    B. 33 Hz
    C. 11 Hz
    D. 22 Hz
    A. 44 Hz
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Nearly all light that strikes a(n) _________ object will pass through it
    transparent
  11. A object is placed in front of a convex mirror. The image that forms is _______.
    virtual
  12. An object is positioned in front of the focal point of a concave mirror. Choose the ray diagram that shows the proper positioning of the image.
    A or B?
    B
  13. White light is shining on a green grape. The grape _____.

    A. reflects green light
    B. absorbs green light
    C. transmits green light
    D. reflects all colors of light except green
    A. reflects green light
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. A _______ lens is used in a magnifying glass.
    Convex
  15. The object distance for a concave lens is 8.0 cm, and the image distance is 12.0 cm. The height of the object is 4.0 cm. What is the height of the image?

    A. 0.50 cm
    B. 18 cm
    C. 2.7 cm
    D. 6.0 cm
    D. 6.0 cm
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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