NLN Exam...Physics questions

  1. Anyone remember the physics questions? What did they involve?
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  3. by   JDLAStew
    Ha! I'd love to say I did so I could help you but I guessed C on them--which doesn't really help with the memory. I do remember there was a question about how much does a typical person weigh in Newtons. I remember that one cause I guessed and got it wrong. I'm pretty sure the correct answer is 50. ha! Who knows. But that's the only physics type question I had that I can remeber. Piece of advice--know about ohms, electricity, amps, volts and how their circuitry relates to amount of energy they put off. Yeah, it's crazy, but sadly, it was on there. Sorry I couldn't help more!
  4. by   Batman24
    I wouoldn't know the answer to that either. 50 sounds good to me. lol I think the weight in kilograms would need to be multiplied by 9.8 which is the constant, but how would we know the kilos to multiply it by without them providing the initial weight?! Yikes.

    I found this physics site that might be good practice. I haven't taken the test yet, but figured it couldn't hurt any.