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Chapter 11

Preview

• Multiple Choice

• Short Response

• Extended Response

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Multiple Choice

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

A. to the left

B. to the right

C. to the left or to the right depending on whether the

spring is stretched or compressed

D. perpendicular to the motion of the mass

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Multiple Choice

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

A. to the left

B. to the right

C. to the left or to the right depending on whether the

spring is stretched or compressed

D. perpendicular to the motion of the mass

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

position, the restoring force is 7.0 N. What is the spring

constant?

F. –5.0 10–2 N/m H. 5.0 10–2 N/m

G. –2.0 101 N/m J. 2.0 101 N/m

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

position, the restoring force is 7.0 N. What is the spring

constant?

F. –5.0 10–2 N/m H. 5.0 10–2 N/m

G. –2.0 101 N/m J. 2.0 101 N/m

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

passes through the equilibrium point?

A. elastic potential energy

B. gravitational potential energy

C. kinetic energy

D. a combination of two or more of the above

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

passes through the equilibrium point?

A. elastic potential energy

B. gravitational potential energy

C. kinetic energy

D. a combination of two or more of the above

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

at maximum displacement?

F. elastic potential energy

G. gravitational potential energy

H. kinetic energy

J. a combination of two or more of the above

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

at maximum displacement?

F. elastic potential energy

G. gravitational potential energy

H. kinetic energy

J. a combination of two or more of the above

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

mass-spring system?

A. mass

B. spring constant

C. amplitude of vibration

D. All of the above affect the period.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

mass-spring system?

A. mass

B. spring constant

C. amplitude of vibration

D. All of the above affect the period.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

what is the period of the oscillation?

F. 8 s H. s

G. 4 s J. s

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 1–6 on the information

below.

A mass is attached to a spring and

moves with simple harmonic motion

on a frictionless horizontal surface.

what is the period of the oscillation?

F. 8 s H. s

G. 4 s J. s

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 7–10 on the information

below.

A pendulum bob hangs from a string and

moves with simple harmonic motion.

7. What is the restoring force in the pendulum?

A. the total weight of the bob

B. the component of the bob’s weight tangent to the

motion of the bob

C. the component of the bob’s weight perpendicular to the

motion of the bob

D. the elastic force of the stretched string

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 7–10 on the information

below.

A pendulum bob hangs from a string and

moves with simple harmonic motion.

7. What is the restoring force in the pendulum?

A. the total weight of the bob

B. the component of the bob’s weight tangent to the

motion of the bob

C. the component of the bob’s weight perpendicular to the

motion of the bob

D. the elastic force of the stretched string

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 7–10 on the information

below.

A pendulum bob hangs from a string and

moves with simple harmonic motion.

8. Which of the following does not affect the

period of the pendulum?

F. the length of the string

G. the mass of the pendulum bob

H. the free-fall acceleration at the pendulum’s location

J. All of the above affect the period.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 7–10 on the information

below.

A pendulum bob hangs from a string and

moves with simple harmonic motion.

8. Which of the following does not affect the

period of the pendulum?

F. the length of the string

G. the mass of the pendulum bob

H. the free-fall acceleration at the pendulum’s location

J. All of the above affect the period.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 7–10 on the information

below.

A pendulum bob hangs from a string and

moves with simple harmonic motion.

9. If the pendulum completes exactly 12

cycles in 2.0 min, what is the frequency of

the pendulum?

A. 0.10 Hz

B. 0.17 Hz

C. 6.0 Hz

D. 10 Hz

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 7–10 on the information

below.

A pendulum bob hangs from a string and

moves with simple harmonic motion.

9. If the pendulum completes exactly 12

cycles in 2.0 min, what is the frequency of

the pendulum?

A. 0.10 Hz

B. 0.17 Hz

C. 6.0 Hz

D. 10 Hz

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 7–10 on the information

below.

A pendulum bob hangs from a string and

moves with simple harmonic motion.

10. If the pendulum’s length is 2.00 m and

ag = 9.80 m/s2, how many complete

oscillations does the pendulum make in

5.00 min?

F. 1.76 H. 106

G. 21.6 J. 239

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 7–10 on the information

below.

A pendulum bob hangs from a string and

moves with simple harmonic motion.

10. If the pendulum’s length is 2.00 m and

ag = 9.80 m/s2, how many complete

oscillations does the pendulum make in

5.00 min?

F. 1.76 H. 106

G. 21.6 J. 239

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 11–13 on the graph.

A. transverse wave C. electromagnetic wave

B. longitudinal wave D. pulse wave

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 11–13 on the graph.

A. transverse wave C. electromagnetic wave

B. longitudinal wave D. pulse wave

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 11–13 on the graph.

F. A H. C

G. B J. D

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 11–13 on the graph.

F. A H. C

G. B J. D

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 11–13 on the graph.

A. A C. C

B. B D. D

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 11–13 on the graph.

A. A C. C

B. B D. D

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 14–15 on the passage.

wavelength as a second wave with an amplitude of

0.53 m. The two waves interfere.

interference is constructive?

F. 0.22 m

G. 0.53 m

H. 0.75 m

J. 1.28 m

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 14–15 on the passage.

wavelength as a second wave with an amplitude of

0.53 m. The two waves interfere.

interference is constructive?

F. 0.22 m

G. 0.53 m

H. 0.75 m

J. 1.28 m

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 14–15 on the passage.

wavelength as a second wave with an amplitude of

0.53 m. The two waves interfere.

interference is destructive?

A. 0.22 m

B. 0.53 m

C. 0.75 m

D. 1.28 m

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Base your answers to questions 14–15 on the passage.

wavelength as a second wave with an amplitude of

0.53 m. The two waves interfere.

interference is destructive?

A. 0.22 m

B. 0.53 m

C. 0.75 m

D. 1.28 m

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

16. Two successive crests of a transverse wave 1.20 m

apart. Eight crests pass a given point 12.0 s. What is the

wave speed?

F. 0.667 m/s

G. 0.800 m/s

H. 1.80 m/s

J. 9.60 m/s

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

16. Two successive crests of a transverse wave 1.20 m

apart. Eight crests pass a given point 12.0 s. What is the

wave speed?

F. 0.667 m/s

G. 0.800 m/s

H. 1.80 m/s

J. 9.60 m/s

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Short Response

17. Green light has a wavelength of 5.20 10–7 m and a

speed in air of 3.00 108 m/s. Calculate the

frequency and the period of the light.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Short Response

17. Green light has a wavelength of 5.20 10–7 m and a

speed in air of 3.00 108 m/s. Calculate the

frequency and the period of the light.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

18. What kind of wave does not need a medium through

which to travel?

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

18. What kind of wave does not need a medium through

which to travel?

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

19. List three wavelengths that could form standing

waves on a 2.0 m string that is fixed at both ends.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

19. List three wavelengths that could form standing

waves on a 2.0 m string that is fixed at both ends.

1.3 m, 1.0 m, or other wavelengths such that n =

4.0 m (where n is a positive integer).

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Extended Response

20. A visitor to a lighthouse wishes to find out the height

of the tower. The visitor ties a spool of thread to a

small rock to make a simple pendulum. Then, the

visitor hangs the pendulum down a spiral staircase in

the center of the tower. The period of oscillation is

9.49 s. What is the height of the tower? Show all of

your work.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

Extended Response

20. A visitor to a lighthouse wishes to find out the height

of the tower. The visitor ties a spool of thread to a

small rock to make a simple pendulum. Then, the

visitor hangs the pendulum down a spiral staircase in

the center of the tower. The period of oscillation is

9.49 s. What is the height of the tower? Show all of

your work.

Answer: 22.4 m

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

21. A harmonic wave is traveling along a rope. The

oscillator that generates the wave completes 40.0

vibrations in 30.0 s. A given crest of the wave travels

425 cm along the rope in a period of 10.0 s. What is

the wavelength? Show all of your work.

Standardized Test Prep

Chapter 11

21. A harmonic wave is traveling along a rope. The

oscillator that generates the wave completes 40.0

vibrations in 30.0 s. A given crest of the wave travels

425 cm along the rope in a period of 10.0 s. What is

the wavelength? Show all of your work.

Answer: 0.319 m

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