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Rice University PHYS 102 Final_07_MC_Solutions

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Physics 102 spring 2007: final exam multiple-choice questions: the circuit on the left in the gure below contains a battery of potential v and a variab
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Rice University PHYS 102 exam2_07

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Rice University PHYS 102 Exam2_2002

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Rice University PHYS 102 Exam2_w_Solutions_Complete

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7 Mar 2019
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What happens to the brightness of lightbulb 1 when the switch s is closed: the brightness increases, the brightness remains the same as before the swit
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Rice University PHYS 102 Exam1_w_Solutions_Complete

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Rice University PHYS 102 FinalExam_06_FR_KEY

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Rice University PHYS 102 FinalExam_06_MC_KEY

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7 Mar 2019
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Physics 102 spring 2006: final exam multiple-choice questions. For questions 1 and 2, refer to the graph below, depicting the potential on the x-axis a
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Rice University PHYS 102 FinalExam_No_Solutions

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7 Mar 2019
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Physics 102 spring 2006: final exam multiple-choice questions. For questions 1 and 2, refer to the graph below, depicting the potential on the x-axis a
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Rice University PHYS 102 Final_2002

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7 Mar 2019
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Rice University PHYS 102 Final_2004_Solutions

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Rice University PHYS 102 Final_Exam_Complete_Solutions

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Rice University PHYS 102 exam1_07

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7 Mar 2019
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Physics 102 spring 2007: exam #1 multiple-choice questions: two small conducting spheres attract one another electrostatically. This can occur for a va
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