# Wright State University Lake Campus/2015-1/Phy1110/1120

**Student Study Materials for the OpenStax College exams hosted by Quizbank**

Students are advised to open the quizzes online, but also download the PDF files for hard copy printing. See **#About permalinks**.

**Live links for Spring 2015 are at the bottom of this page**

1st semester equations: http://en.wikiversity.org/w/index.php?title=Physics_equations/Sheet/First_semester&oldid=1423354

Solutions to most exam questions: http://www.wright.edu/~guy.vandegrift/openstaxphysics/quiz_solutions/quiz_solutions.htm

## First Semester

edit## PDF study guides

editThese study guides are *PDF* files that should be downloaded and saved for use if the internet ever becomes unavailable. They also have 100% secure images. To download the file, click "Original file" (just above the Summary) after you click the link to the pdf file.

All questions that might be on the exam are taken from these study guides (in pdf format):

Study guide for Test 1 for Test 2 for Test 3 for Test 4 for Final Exam

- Solutions to most exam questions are worked out are available at:

### Test 1 (first semester)

editThese are permalinks to the quizzes. The number questions randomly selected from each quiz is also indicated:

2 questions from: **Physics equations/02-One dimensional kinematics/Q:definitions**

3 questions from: **Physics equations/02-One dimensional kinematics/Q:equations**

5 questions from: **How things work college course/Motion_simple_arithmetic **^{[1]}

3 questions from: **Physics equations/03-Two-Dimensional Kinematics/Q:2Dmotion** ^{[2]}

2 questions from: **Physics equations/03-Two-Dimensional Kinematics/Q:SmithTrain**

### Test 2 (first semester)

edit7 questions from: **How things work college course/Conceptual physics wikiquizzes/Velocity and acceleration** ^{[3]}

1 question from: **Physics equations/04-Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws/Q:forces**

2 questions from: **Physics equations/04-Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws/Q:sled**

2 questions from: **Physics equations/04-Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws/Q:tensions**

1 question from: **Physics equations/05-Friction, Drag, and Elasticity/Q:thirdLaw**

2 questions from: **Physics equations/06-Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation/Q:friction**

### Test 3 (first semester)

edit2 questions from: **Physics equations/06-Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation/Q:derive** ^{[4]}

1 questions from: **Physics equations/07-Work and Energy/Q:cart1**

2 questions from: **Physics equations/07-Work and Energy/Q:cart2**

2 questions from: **Physics equations/08-Linear Momentum and Collisions/Q:oneDcollision**

3 questions from: **Physics equations/09-Statics and Torque/Q:torques**

### Test 4 (first semester)

edit2 questions from: **Physics equations/10-Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum/Q:dynamics**

2 questions from: **Physics equations/11-Fluid statics/Q:buoyantForce**

1 questions from: **Physics equations/12-Fluid dynamics/Q:pipeDiameterChange**

1 questions from: **Physics equations/13-Temperature, Kinetic Theory, and Gas Laws/Q:rmsMomentumTransfer**

2 questions from: **Physics equations/14-Heat and Heat Transfer/Q:SpecificHeatEnergyConductivity**

2 questions from: **Physics equations/15-Thermodynamics/Q:heatEngine**

### Final exam (first semester)

editThe first semester final exam consists of one question randomly selected from each of the following quizzes. The exam has 16 questions.

**Physics equations/02-One dimensional kinematics/Q:equations****How things work college course/Motion_simple_arithmetic**^{[5]}**Physics equations/03-Two-Dimensional Kinematics/Q:2Dmotion****How things work college course/Conceptual physics wikiquizzes/Velocity and acceleration****Physics equations/04-Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws/Q:forces****Physics equations/04-Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws/Q:sled****Physics equations/04-Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws/Q:tensions****Physics equations/07-Work and Energy/Q:cart2****Physics equations/08-Linear Momentum and Collisions/Q:oneDcollision****Physics equations/09-Statics and Torque/Q:torques****Physics equations/10-Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum/Q:dynamics****Physics equations/11-Fluid statics/Q:buoyantForce****Physics equations/12-Fluid dynamics/Q:pipeDiameterChange****Physics equations/13-Temperature, Kinetic Theory, and Gas Laws/Q:rmsMomentumTransfer****Physics equations/14-Heat and Heat Transfer/Q:SpecificHeatEnergyConductivity****Physics equations/15-Thermodynamics/Q:heatEngine**

## Second semester

edit## PDF study guides

editThese study guides are *PDF* files that should be downloaded and saved for use if the internet ever becomes unavailable. They also have 100% secure images. To download the file, click "Original file" (just above the Summary)

All questions that might be on the exam are taken from these study guides (in pdf format):

Solutions to most exam questions are worked out are available at:

### Test 1 (second semester)

editThese are permalinks to the quizzes. The number questions randomly selected from each quiz is also indicated:

10 questions from **How_things_work_college_course/Waves_(Physics_Classroom)**

3 questions from **Physics_equations/16-Oscillatory_Motion_and_Waves/Q:amplitudes**

2 questions from **Physics_equations/17-Physics_of_Hearing/Q:echoAndstring**

### Test 2 (second semester)

edit2 questions from **Physics_equations/18-Electric_charge_and_field/Q:findE**

2 questions from **Physics_equations/19-Electric_Potential_and_Electric_Field/Q:KE%26PE**

2 questions from **Physics_equations/19-Electric_Potential_and_Electric_Field/Q:capacitance**

2 questions from **Physics_equations/20-_Electric_Current,_Resistance,_and_Ohm's_Law/Q:PowerDriftVelocity**

2 questions from **Physics_equations/21-Circuits,_Bioelectricity,_and_DC_Instruments/Q:circuits**

### Test 3 (second semester)

edit6 questions from **Electric_Circuit_Analysis/Circuit_Analysis_Quiz_1/Electric_Circuit_Analysis_quiz_1**^{[6]}

2 questions from **Physics_equations/21-Circuits,_Bioelectricity,_and_DC_Instruments/Q:RCdecay**

1 questions from **Physics_equations/22-Magnetism/Q:forces**

1 questions from **Physics_equations/23-Electromagnetic_Induction,_AC_Circuits,_and_Electrical_Technologies/Q:spaceTetherAndSimpleLoop**

### Test 4 (second semester)

edit2 questions from **25-Geometric_Optics/Q:vision**

4 questions from **Physics_equations/25-Geometric_Optics/Q:image**

1 questions from **Physics_equations/25-Geometric_Optics/Q:thinLens**

1 questions from **Quantum_mechanics/Photoelectric_effect/Quiz**

4 questions from **How_things_work_college_course/Quantum_mechanics_timeline/Quiz**^{[7]}

3 questions from **Why_is_the_Sky_Dark_at_Night/quiz**^{[8]}

### Final exam (second semester)

editThe final exam consists of 16 questions, selected randomly form the following quizzes as shown below:

2 from **How_things_work_college_course/Waves_(Physics_Classroom)**

1 from **Physics_equations/17-Physics_of_Hearing/Q:echoAndstring**

1 from **Physics_equations/18-Electric_charge_and_field/Q:findE**

1 from **Physics_equations/19-Electric_Potential_and_Electric_Field/Q:KE%26PE**

1 from **Physics_equations/19-Electric_Potential_and_Electric_Field/Q:capacitance**

1 from **Physics_equations/21-Circuits,_Bioelectricity,_and_DC_Instruments/Q:circuits**

1 from **Physics_equations/22-Magnetism/Q:forces**

2 from **Physics_equations/23-Electromagnetic_Induction,_AC_Circuits,_and_Electrical_Technologies/Q:spaceTetherAndSimpleLoop**

2 from **Physics_equations/25-Geometric_Optics/Q:thinLens**

1 from **Quantum_mechanics/Photoelectric_effect/Quiz**

2 from **How_things_work_college_course/Quantum_mechanics_timeline/Quiz**

1 from **Why_is_the_Sky_Dark_at_Night/quiz**

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*[Commons]*.

### About the exams

edit- These exams are randomized selections from the questions on your study guide. Any questions on your exam not on these study guides were added by your instructor. Sample copies of these exams are available on Wikiversity at
*Quizbank/College_Physics*. - Your instructor may wish to add questions not on this testbank.

### For instructors

edit- You must be an instructor to obtain copies of the exams. They will be proved by OpenStax College.
- The exams are somewhat short in order to allow instructors to add questions not on the study guide.
- You might notice that these exams do not closely follow OpenStax College Physics. This exam bank was started in May 2014 for a calculus based course. In the future, a concerted effort will be made to make these questions more compatible with OpenStax College Physics.
- You need to compensate for the fact that students know exactly what is on the test. A few tips:

- The exams are short in duration to permit you to add questions. A very easy way to do this is to demand that students explain how they solved one of the problems.
^{[9]} - Students must not be allowed to write equation sheets. Effort to produce an equation sheet is underway at
*Category:Physics_equations/Sheet*. Fortunately, I have never had a problem with programmable calculators because programming the calculators requires far too much effort to be worthwhile.

- The exams are short in duration to permit you to add questions. A very easy way to do this is to demand that students explain how they solved one of the problems.

### Live (editable) links

editThe following links are to editable pages:

- Physics equations >> Physics_equations/Sheet/First_semester
- Quizbank and Quizbank/College_Physics
- Wikibooks:Physics_Study_Guide

### Live links

edit- Your journal is at User:Guy_vandegrift/sandbox/02

Solutions to most exam questions are at http://www.wright.edu/~guy.vandegrift/openstaxphysics/quiz_solutions/quiz_solutions.htm

## Footnotes

edit- ↑ See How things work college course/Motion simple arithmetic
- ↑ Slightly outside the scope of openstax College Physics:
*2Dmotion*requires equations of motion for free fall must be generalized to uniform acceleration in an arbitrary direction - ↑
*Might be outside the scope of openstax College Physics*The conceptual wikiquiz "Velocity and acceleration" covers concepts appropriate for students in*openstax College Physics*, and a Wikiversity resource covering this material would be easy to develop. - ↑
*Requires mastery of*This proof is given in**Geometrical proof of equation for uniform circular motion***openstax College Physics*, but students will need to see the proof in the notation of the quiz. Also, How things work college course/Conceptual physics wikiquizzes/Uniform circular motion could be developed into a quiz on this topic. - ↑ See How things work college course/Motion simple arithmetic
- ↑ The same quiz formatted differently is Electric_Circuit_Analysis/Circuit_Analysis_Quiz_1
- ↑ Does not entirely match openstax College Physics. Though not an exact match to openstax College Physics, the reading provided for this quiz is readable at this level.
- ↑ Does not entirely match openstax College Physics. Though not an exact match to openstax College Physics, the reading provided for this quiz is readable at this level.
- ↑ This is essential in the conceptual courses to prevent students from simply memorizing the answers. It doesn't take much to accomplish this on easy exams where high scores are the norm: One such question counting for 15% of the test will greatly impact the optimal preparation strategy. Convincing students that they need to adopt this strategy is not easy, however.