 

Dr.
Sheldon Cooper Entrance Exam  Dr. Cooper gives each of his
student a test before they get to sit in his lectures. You
need a 80 or better to stay, Each question is worth 5 point,
and You have 20 minutes to complete the test (but it should take
no more then 10 minutes, for even the most average student).



 How
many nanometers are there in a centimeter?
 In
physics, what letter is used to represent the speed of light in a
vacuum?
 What
is the heaviest noble gas?
 Newton's
First Law of Motion describes what phenomenon?
 Named
for a 19th century English physicist, what unit of measurement is
defined as the energy exerted by the force of one newton acting to
move an object through a distance of one meter?
 The
lowercase of what letter of the Greek alphabet is used to denote
diverse phenomena such as the photon, the third angle in a triangle,
the heat capacity ratio in thermodynamics, a type of high frequency
electromagnetic radiation?
 What
element, whose atomic number is 8, is the most abundant element in
the earth's crust, making up almost half the crust's total weight?
 What
is the electrical resistance offered by a currentcarrying element
that produces a drop of one volt when a current of one ampere is
flowing through it?
 The
letter K stands for what element on the periodic table?
 If
you were to apply a net force of one Newton on a 200 gram object,
what would be the acceleration of the object?
 Noting
how light from objects that are moving away from the observer tend
to shift to the red end of the spectrum, what scientist first
established that the universe is expanding?
 A
temperature interval of one degree Fahrenheit is equal to an
interval of 5/9ths of a degree Celsius. At about what temperature do
the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales converge?
 According
to Bernoulli's Principle, an increase in the speed of a fluid occurs
simultaneously with a decrease in what?
 In
classical mechanics, what is defined as the product of an object's
mass and velocity?
 What
term for an elementary particle and a fundamental constituent of
matter gets its name from a line in James Joyce's 1939 novel "Finnegans
Wake"?
 The
mathematical constant e is defined as the base of the natural system
of logarithms, having a numerical value of approximately what?
 The
lowercase version of what Greek letter is used to symbolize the
coefficient of friction in classical physics?
 With
an atomic number of 9, what chemical element is the lightest element
of the halogen series? It gets its name from a Latin word meaning
"stream" or "move freely.
 According
to the standard model of Big Bang cosmology, approximately how old
is the Universe?
 In
quantum mechanics, the physical constant used to describe the sizes
of quanta – denoted as h – is named after what German physicist?

 
