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### Assignment 07 Solutions, P2207 F11

Course: PHYS 2207, Spring 2011
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' A/~"\$/..s: / ItJ '" Cornell University 2 - X ", K : :: " "'K U : ;:. " ""x k ~. K e h 1 5 ~ r .he v e h . 0 ".\$ f ~ scl..I(.c: e ~ t hl" A /I (c:rJ - 23- / 5 F iy""e. k t -ex+6oo e . 5 e v e5t;~.,? Q ~ +..~.,,~J.) ( Co t . YI') - ' r ~ 1 _1""l.. - '" I - ~~ W l. - M 1 - +- {.Jo . w ~~K F ~ P \ ~ 4,;t:/ F ~;-~r'l- ? i:: ( ..,,).) ( w A I ,,-f . fA./ D "'- I . / 0 w""l l . u w . U .J ... W t -- c=; --YVJ -. Fo t + -I.)~" .)c = A (~.) 2 F Jr/.). - F ~4)(/ -~- ~ A (rJ) ( ( CO""*Ci'lut"J. ) w) <5, "",2 I 1'\ ~X A (). I -=. I e -} "t-) . = :. 0 "'" l Q II. S',.,~ A...J ~ 1 .. W o \ f 2. fDDo . 5 e -I- -~~ =. (J . I, A e -fv"j n (tJ. I) It tap+- ~ l = ( ~ )( .-J~). ~i~~L_- A (( ) (e) ;s 2- l' a.5 "'J .J /0 Q.5 (2.,) - f,/t~ -;:.. -- --- 7 .r [ j,OJ (I/)} ~ I ". X I,-] ( f.lJ 2 = :: 1 0) I ,,{ Z , : :=:. iY/D L--r ,:37~J: Physics 2207, Fall 2011, Assignment 7 Solutions 11 Cornell University 9. Pendulum Note that g 2 0.9940 m/s 2 which is within 0.6% of exactly 1 m/s 2 . Furthermore g 2 0.9970 m1 2 /s or within 0.3% of exactly 1 m1 2 /s . The fractional error in the approximation for T is Tapprox Texact Tapprox 2 L (s/m1 2 ) g 1 1 (s/m1 2 ) 1 0.0030 . 2 Texact Texact 2 2 Lg This is a 0.3% error. We can use the approximation to determine the length corresponding to a period of 1 second. Since T 2 L (s/m1 2 ) , 2 T 1 1 L (m/s 2 ) 4 T 2 (m/s 2 ) 4 (1 s)2 (m/s 2 ) 0.25 m . In order to double the period to 2 2 seconds, increase the length of the pendulum by a factor of 4 to 1 m. Now suppose that we have a pendulum driven clock with a mass at the end of a brass bar. If the length of the bar is 1m then the period is 2s. (The half period is 1s.) The coefficient of linear expansion of brass is brass 19 10 6 /C . For a change in temperature T 10 C , the fractional change in the length of the pendulum is L brass T 1.9 10 4 . The fractional change in the period is L T L 1 1 9.5 10 5 or 0.34 seconds/hour. 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Chapter 6 Scheduling Schedule = a timetable for a plan and, therefore, cannot be established until the plan hasbeen developedOverview Estimating the duration for each activity Establishing the estimated start time and required completion time for the
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Chapter 6 key point review1. False2. False3. True4. True5. True6. True7. False8. False9. True10. False11. Estimated start, required completion12. Latest finish13. LF-EF14. Most critical15. Optimistic, pessimistic, most likely16. LF- Durati
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Exam1:StudyGuide03:55CriminalJustice:GoalsofCriminalJusticeSystem1.PreventingCrimepolice,courtsandcorrectionstodetercrime.2.DoingJusticerulesandproceduresthatprotectfairnessandprinciple3.ControllingCrimearresting,prosecuting,convictingandpunishing*
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Name: _Section: _Case Briefs Assignment_Format: double-spaced (12 pt. font, Times New Roman), one-inchmargins, typed, 5+ pages in length, pages numbered and stapledAcceptable sources of informationInternal and external citations format proper APA o
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1CCJS100 Section 01042/13/10Court Briefs AssignmentOver the course of Americas history there have been numerous landmark cases, whichhave paved the way for how many circumstances will be handled in the future. While some havebeen highly publicized i
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This study guide is offered to assist you in focusing on what can be expected on the firstexamination. There are a few ground rules you should be aware of in order tomaximize the time you have to take the examination.1. Be sure and bring an ample suppl
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CCJS 100 SYLLABUS: SPRING 2010 SEMESTERDr. Arnett GastonAdjunct Associate ProfessorDepartment of Criminology and Criminal JusticeUniversity of Maryland2220 Lefrak HallCollege Park, MD 20742E-Mail: agaston@crim.umd.eduOffice Telephone: (301) 405-46
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Chapter6NotesCrim09/04/201013:07:00SEARCHANDSEIZURECONCEPTS:Search:Governmentofficialsexaminationandhuntforevidenceinoron personorplaceinamannerthatintrudesonreasonableexpectationsofprivacyReasonableExpectationsofPrivacy:TheObjectivestandarddeveloped
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Chapter8Notes:PretrialProcedures,PleaBargaining,andtheCriminalTrial14/04/201012:45:00(1)FromArresttoTrialorPlea Howlongafterawarrantlessarrestdoyougotocourtforyourinitialtrial?48 hours,tohearchargesbeingbroughtagainstthem Arraignment:Firstformalmeet
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Chapter9:PunishmentandSentencing 14/04/201016:06:00(1)TheGoalsofPunishment 4maingoals:o Retributiondeservedpunishment(eyeforaneye)o Deterrencetwotypes General:Punishmentofcriminalsthatisintendedtobean exampletothegeneralpublicandtodiscouragethe com
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Miranda v. ArizonaPaulFinkelman&amp;MelvinI.Urofsky,Mirandav.Arizona,inLandmarkDecisionsoftheUnitedStatesSupremeCourt(2003),availableinCQPressElectronicLibrary,CQSupremeCourtCollection,http:/library.cqpress.com/scc/lndmrk031136439345936(lastvisitedFebruar
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Points to Remember on Examination Day:1. Bring a supply of #2 pencils with erasers: pencils will not be distributed.2. If possible, please try and arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the examination in order toreceive your examination and scantron and
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28/02/201015:13:001)2)3)4)5)CRIMEXAM50Multiplechoices10questionsonthearticlesTypesofCrime:noconsensusonhowtodealwiththiscrimeVisible:(Malainse)(ordinaryorstreetcrime)Victimless:(malaprohibita)Vice:gambling,prostitutionPolitical:TreasonOrganiz
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Josh NavarroHisp 200Section 01031/31/10My Ecological FootprintAfter taking the quiz on my ecological footprint, I must say I wasnt particularlysurprised on how the results came out. The quiz told me that if everyone on earth livedmy lifestyle that
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Josh NavarroHisp 200Section: 01032/13/10Milagro Beanfield War ResponseAfter reading The Milagro Beanfield War, it as become evident that as the bigbusiness takes over, the little guy gets taken advantage of and stepped on. This is shownthrough Joe
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Hisp 2003/20/10Week Nine AssignmentWhen wandering around an urban area it is not uncommon to see a mini-park inwhich residents will either play sports with their friends or relax and take in the scenery.While these parks are places for all to enjoy,
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Hisp 2004/5/10Week 11 AssignmentDonovan Rypkemas piece, Oversimplification of Gentrification addressessome very important points about the idea of gentrification. He starts off with a greatpre-story about a British Mathematician who had one favorite
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BAM223Text:Essentials of Economics2nd Edition, 2009ISBN-13-978-0-13-608623-9Authors:Publisher:R. Glenn Hubbard and Anthony Patrick OBrienPearson/Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 07458700 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 9270104/09
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FixingHistoricPreservation:AConstructiveCritiqueofSignificancebyRandallMason08/03/201014:24:001)Theideaofsignificanceisimportanttothepracticeofhistoricpreservation2)Astatementofsignificancegatherstogetherallthereasonswhyabuildingorplace shouldbeprese
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Hisp 200Urban Diaries:-standard design models used to improve low-income areas-new method can transform real social and cultural patterns into physical form-improvisation starts by documenting these patterns of said area-improvisational design strate
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GED155Text:English for Careers: Business, Professional, &amp; Technical9th Edition, 2006ISBN: 0-13-118386-9Authors:Publisher:Leila R. SmithPrentice Hall700 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 9270108/09Phone: 714-547-9625Fax: 714-547-5777Challenge E
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