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Course: PHY 122, Spring 2009
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122 Physics Assignment 1 Fall 2009 Individual and Workshop Problems are due at 12:00 pm, Wednesay, September 16, in the locker near the door of B&amp;L 106. Note to look for your TA/TI's name on the locker. Reading Assignment: Read Giancoli Chapter 21-22. Workshop Questions: These are the questions you will discuss in Workshop, but no need to be handed in. Q1-1. When you walk across a carpet while wearing...

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122 Physics Assignment 1 Fall 2009 Individual and Workshop Problems are due at 12:00 pm, Wednesay, September 16, in the locker near the door of B&L 106. Note to look for your TA/TI's name on the locker. Reading Assignment: Read Giancoli Chapter 21-22. Workshop Questions: These are the questions you will discuss in Workshop, but no need to be handed in. Q1-1. When you walk across a carpet while wearing rubber-soled shoes and then touch a metal doorknob, you may receive a small electric shock. Explain this sequence of events in terms of flow of electrons. (Note: friction of rubber on cloth produces a negative charge on the rubber.) Q1-2. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Question 9. Q1-3. Giancoli, 21, Chap. Question 21. Workshop Problems: These are problems that you'll work together in Workshop. You should read and try to solve these problems before the Workshop. It should be handed in together with the Individual Problems P1-1. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Problem 11. P1-2. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Problem 43. P1-3. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Problem 49. Individual Problems: You are expected to reach the solution individually, although conceptual discussions among peers or in the workshop are allowed. P1-4. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Problem 10. P1-5. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Problem 35. P1-6. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Problem 46. P1-7. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Problem 48. P1-8. Giancoli, Chap. 21, Problem 50. 1
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