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1 Quiz Correct answer = 2 points Incorrect answer = 1 point
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Toledo - PHYSICS - 1

Quiz 2 Correct answer = 2 points Incorrect answer = 1 pointDevice ID 12C1A 14D508 15AA6F 15AA8C 15AA9A 15AADA 15AAE4 15AB09 15C9CF 15CA59 20271 2640 2F0F 354B1 356CF 3BFAC 3C2E3 3CA5C 3CAA6 3D067 3D06E 3FD48 3FE30 40100 408BA 42B55 42B87 4334F 451DF

Toledo - PHYSICS - 2140

Quiz 2 Correct answer = 2 points Incorrect answer = 1 pointDevice ID 12C1A 14D508 15AA6F 15AA8C 15AA9A 15AADA 15AAE4 15AB09 15C9CF 15CA59 20271 2640 2F0F 354B1 356CF 3BFAC 3C2E3 3CA5C 3CAA6 3D067 3D06E 3FD48 3FE30 40100 408BA 42B55 42B87 4334F 451DF

Toledo - PHYSICS - 1

Phys 2140 Midterm Exam 1 Instructor V. G. Karpov 09/13/07Your name here _1. The electric potential in space between two flat parallel plates 1 and 2 is given (in volts) by V=1500z2 where z (in centimeters) is the perpendicular distance from plate

Toledo - PHYSICS - 2140

Phys 2140 Midterm Exam 1 Instructor V. G. Karpov 09/13/07Your name here _1. The electric potential in space between two flat parallel plates 1 and 2 is given (in volts) by V=1500z2 where z (in centimeters) is the perpendicular distance from plate

Toledo - PHYSICS - 1

Updated results of Midterm Exam 170605040Count3020100 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12Gradeclicker written click Total 12C1A 5 4 9 14D508 4 5 9 1530D4 2 6 8 15aa6f 4 6 10 15aa9a 2 6 8 15AADA 2 4 6 15AAE4 4 5 9 15AB09 2 6 8 15c9cf 2 6 8 15CA59

Toledo - PHYSICS - 2140

Updated results of Midterm Exam 170605040Count3020100 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12Gradeclicker written click Total 12C1A 5 4 9 14D508 4 5 9 1530D4 2 6 8 15aa6f 4 6 10 15aa9a 2 6 8 15AADA 2 4 6 15AAE4 4 5 9 15AB09 2 6 8 15c9cf 2 6 8 15CA59

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

PHYS 6980/8980 Spring 2006Syllabus Draft 1Time: TBD Instructor: Dr. N. D. Morrison E-mail: ndm@astro.utoledo.edu Room: TBD Oce: Ritter Observatory 205, 530-2659 Oce hours: TBDWeb page: http:/astro1.panet.utoledo.edu/~ndm/6980.html and also see

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

PHYS 6980/8980 Spring 2006Syllabus Draft 3Time: MWF 12:0012:50 Instructor: Dr. N. D. Morrison E-mail: ndm@astro.utoledo.edu Room: MH 4012 Oce: Ritter Observatory 205, 530-2659 Oce hours: MTWR 34 PMWeb page: http:/astro1.panet.utoledo.edu/~ndm/

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

PHYS 6980/8980 Spring 2006Homework Assignment 11. In the course le folders on MyUT you will nd a Ritter chelle spectrum of the A0Ib e supergiant star Leo (HD 87737). Aperture 8 shows the stars H prole, which has been normalized to the continuum.

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

PHYS 6980/8980 Spring 2006Homework Assignment 2Due March 3, 20061. In the HW2 folder, in the Files section, for this course in MyUT you will nd a le sirius-sed.fits. It contains the spectral energy distribution of the star Sirius from 1000 to 70

Toledo - PHYS - 1

Chapter 28: Circuits - ExamplesStudy Fig. 28-4 in the text to see how the potential changes from point to point in a circuit.Note the net change around the loop is zero.Kirchhoffs RulesJunction Rule:What goes in, MUST come out!i1 i2 iin j

Toledo - PHYS - 1

Chapter 27 ReviewChapter 28: RC CircuitsNow lets combine resistors and capacitors in a simple series circuit. What has changed? The capacitor will accumulate charge until the voltage across it (VC) is equal to the battery voltage. But this takes t

Toledo - PHYS - 1

Chapter 30: Current LoopChapter 30: Dipole & SummaryChapter 31: Electromagnetic InductionChapter 31: Faradays LawLoop in Changing Magnetic FieldChapter 31: Faradays LawChapter 31: Faradays LawChapter 31: Faradays LawChapter 31: Induct

Toledo - PHYS - 1

Summary for R, C, L SeparatelyELI the ICE man{ { {vR and iR are in phase1 with X C = CVR = I R RVC = I C X CiC leads vC by 90VL = I L X Lwith X L = LvL leads iL by 90i(t) = I sin(dt ) = dtResonance Plot: I vs Peak at = 1

Toledo - PHYS - 1

Series RLC Circuit 1. The currents areall equal.2. The voltage dropsadd up to the applied emf:= vR+ vC + v LBecause of the phase differences, the amplitudes do not add, but in the phasor diagram, this means that the vertical components do

Toledo - PHYS - 1

Chapter 36: Interference of Waves Waves: Light Sound water electron atom etc.Review of Waves (Ch. 17)Wavelength = Frequency = f Velocity = v = f E = E0 sin(kx t ) v = f = / kk= 2 = 2 fInterference of Two Waves(Review Chapter 1

Toledo - PHYS - 1

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

1The University of Toledo Department of Physics and AstronomyCollege of Arts & Scienceshttp:/www.physics.utoledo.eduNumber 10 June 2005Department Chairs CommentsComments from the ChairWhen I wrote for the Waves last year, I was looking forw

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 / PHYS 5810 Fall 2004SyllabusTime: MWF 3:003:50 PM Instructor: Dr. N. D. Morrison E-mail: ndm@astro.utoledo.edu Prerequisite: PHYS 3070 or PHYS 3320 Required Text: B. W. Carroll and D. A. Ostlie, An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics (

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810/PHYS 5810 Problem Set 1, due Friday, 10 September 2004 In all problems, please show your reasoning clearly. 1. For the case of a superior planet, derive from rst principles the relationship between the planets synodic period (as seen from t

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 2, due Friday, 24 September 2004 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly. 1. For an observer at Cambridge, Massachusetts (latitude 42o 22 , longitude 71o 10 W), calculate the hour angle of the Su

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 3, due Friday, 8 October 2004 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly. In the text: 1. 2.8 Compare your answers to other numbers that you may know, such as escape speed from the surface of the Ea

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 4, due Friday, 22 October 2004 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly. 1. The V magnitude of Sirius is 1.47, and that of Thuban is 3.64. Which star is brighter? How many times brighter? 2. In th

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 5, due Friday, 5 November 2004 In your solutions to the following problems from the text, show your reasoning clearly. 5.1 Radial velocities and space velocities of stars are usually expressed in km s1 . 5.3 5.7 5.8 (a) and (b)

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 6, due Monday, 22 November 2004 (note change of day) In your solutions to the following problems from the text, show your reasoning clearly. 6.1 Start by proving: d = sin dd 6.8 6.9 7.3 7.4 (a) only Express your answers in M . F

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 7, due Friday, 3 December 2004 In your solutions to the following problems from the text, show your reasoning clearly. 8.6 8.13 8.15 9.5 9.7

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ASTR 4810 / PHYS 5810 Fall 2005SyllabusTime: MWF 1:001:50 PM Instructor: Dr. N. D. Morrison E-mail: ndm@astro.utoledo.edu Room: MH 4012 Oce: Ritter Observatory 205, 530-2659 Hours: T 2:006:00 PMWeb page: http:/astro1.panet.utoledo.edu/~ndm/4810

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810/PHYS 5810 Problem Set 1, due Friday, 2 September, 2005 In all problems, show your reasoning and all your work clearly, and include a diagram of the appropriate portion of the celestial sphere. Ignore refraction of light by the Earths atmosp

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 2, due Friday, 16 September 2005 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly. 1. For an observer at Cambridge, Massachusetts (latitude 42o 22 , longitude 71o 10 W), calculate the hour angle of the Su

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 3, due Friday, 30 September 2005 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly.o 1. The obliquity of the ecliptic, , is equal to 23. 439. The coordinates of the star Sirius, epoch h 45m 9s and = 16o

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Problem Set 4, due Friday, 14 October 2005 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly. 1. The V magnitude of Sirius is 1.47, and that of Thuban is 3.64. Which star is brighter? How many times brighter? 2. If th

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810/PHYS 5810 Problem Set 5, due Friday, 28 October 2005 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly. -1. For those who missed problem 1 of Problem Set 4: The components of the binary star Sirius have V magnitudes o

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810/PHYS 5810 Problem Set 6, due Friday, 18 November 2005 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly. 1. Assume that two stars are in circular orbits about a mutual center of mass and are separated by a distance a.

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810/PHYS 5810 Problem Set 7, due Friday, 2 December 2004 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly. 1. The star Fomalhaut (A3V) has an apparent visual magnitude V = 1.19. (a) From Figure 8.15, estimate its distanc

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

ASTR 4810 Fall 2005 Solution to Problem 4 in Problem Set 2 In your solutions to the following problems, show your reasoning clearly means that you need to provide enough narrative to show understanding. A sequence of formulas is often not sucient, es

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

Toledo - PHYS - 1

PHYSICS 2130: Physics for Science and Engineering Majors I Classical Mechanics, Waves, and ThermodynamicsLECTURE SCHEDULE & SYLLABUS Spring 2006 LECTURERS: Thomas Kvale (10am) & Alvin Compaan (11am) OFFICES: MH 4023 (Kvale) & MH2017 (Compaan) HOURS:

Toledo - PHYS - 2130

PHYSICS 2130: Physics for Science and Engineering Majors I Classical Mechanics, Waves, and ThermodynamicsLECTURE SCHEDULE & SYLLABUS Spring 2006 LECTURERS: Thomas Kvale (10am) & Alvin Compaan (11am) OFFICES: MH 4023 (Kvale) & MH2017 (Compaan) HOURS:

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

PHYS 2140Physics for Students of Science and Engineering PART II: ELECTRONS AND PHOTONS Fall Semester 2006 Victor KarpovSyllabus Check out the syllabus carefully: the schedule of lectures, quizzes and exams, the grading system, and the homework.

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

Chapter 21: Charge and Coulombs LawIf you dont yet have syllabus and homework schedules please pick them up now.Chapter 21 Homework Find 2140 homepage (physics.utoledo.edu) Read Chapter 21 Note Checkpoints 3,4 Do Questions 1,2 Do Problems 2,

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

Chapter 22: The Electric FieldRead Chapter 22 Do Ch. 22 Questions 3, 5, 7, 9 Do Ch. 22 Problems 5, 19, 24 Do WileyPlus assignmentThe Electric Field Replaces action-at-a-distance Instead of Q1 exerting a force directly on Q2 at a distance, we

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

Chapters 22, 23: The Electric FieldReview: Electric Fields Definition of electric field: F = qE SI unit: newton per coulomb (N/C) Coulombs Law for a point charge Q: OR E = kQ/r2 F = kQq/r2 Principle of superposition (vector addition):NOTE! Pla

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

Gausss Law Chapter 23: Gausss LawHomework: Read Chapter 23 Questions 2, 5, 10 Problems 1, 5, 32 Gausss Law is the first of the four Maxwell Equations which summarize all of electromagnetic theory. Gausss Law gives us an alternative to Coulombs

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

OutlineElectric Potential Quiz Thursday on Chapters 23, 24. Potential as energy per unit charge. Third form of Coulombs Law. Relations between field and potential.Potential Energy per Unit ChargeJust as the field is defined as force per un

Toledo - ASTRO - 1

Review: Definition of PotentialPotentials and FieldsNote on tomorrows quiz: There will be 10 multiple-choice questions. Potential is defined as potential energy per unit charge. Since change in potential energy is work done, this meansV = E