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School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
EM HW-g2 Gauss'laut d. A second point charge +q is placed to the right ofthe Gaussian surface as shown. i. Is the value of qgreater than, less than, ot equal to the value of @p in part c? Explain. / O, ie U ^*-^* -ll^*^ t*cfw_ \oooa-s*, c sinc4. -lla g-1.
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
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School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
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School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
CS14 - 1 Physics 2010 Solutions to CAPA Set #14 Fall 2011 1. In order for water to come out a pipe with outlet at height h, the pressure at ground level must be at least as great as the pressure coming from the weight of the water, P = gh, so t
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
ELECTRIC FIELD AND FLUX A piece ofpaperis folded into three equat trarts shown. as Puspective view Sidevielrt a. l How many srea vectorr are=needed todee$ibe the surface of the paper? $keteh the area vmtors on the side view diagram and label them Ay A2, e
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
2D Projectile Motion Concept Questions CT2D-1. A projectile is fired at an angle with initial velocity v0 from a table a height h above the floor. The projectile strikes the floor with a final speed v given by the formula . What is the correct formu
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RI-1 Phys2020 Exam 3 Review: Magnetism Currents cause magnetic fields (B-fields) FB = FB = q v B sin = q v B "right-hand-rule" When both E-field and B-field are present: Ftot = FE + FB qE B-field due to long straight wire: B = 0 I 2 r "modified right-
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RI-1 Phys2020 Exam 1 Review: Things to remember from Phys2010: algebra, units, trig skills (sin, cos, ) vector math, especially vector addition constant acceleration formulas: v = vo + a t , x = xo + vo t + (1/2) a t2, etc Fnet = ma problems, free-body di
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Review II - 1 Exam II Review Phys2020 Don't forget: Fnet = m a , KE = PE E-fields : E pt charge = Voltage: Vpt charge = Fon q = q E , kQ , r2 E tot = E1 + E 2 + . (E-fields add like vectors) kQ , r Vtot = V1 + V2 + . PE of q = q V , V = E x (voltages
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1 of 3 Phys2020 Final Exam Review Topics from PHYS2010 : algebra, trig, units, acceleration vs. velocity, vectors, Fnet = ma problems, free-body diagrams, conservation of energy Charges and E-fields Coulomb's Law: F = k Q1 Q 2 r2 E tot = E1 + E 2 + E3 +
School: Colorado
Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
Exam2 Review - 1 Phys2010 Exam 2 Review: From Exam I: algebra, trigonometry 1D Motion: x v ,a= , graphs, slopes t t constant acceleration formulas: v = v o + a t , etc v= Vectors! vector addition, vector components Chapter 3: Motion in 2D v , t a= Proje
School: Colorado
Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
RIII-1 Phys2010 Exam 3 Review: Chapter 6: Work and Energy work done by force F: WF = F d , work can be (+), (), or zero work-energy principle: Wnet = KE If no thermal energy generated, Emech = KE + PE = constant If thermal energy generated, KE + PE + Ethe
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JohnHebson 3509 PHYS4450 TermPaperProgressSummary Tobehonest,Ihavenotspentverymuchtimesofaronthistermpaper.Ihavehada prettyjampackedpastcoupleweekswithmidtermsandpapers.Ihavehoweverbeenreading somegeneralarticlesaboutplatetectonicsandthehistoryofthem.From
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Hebson 1 John Hebson 4-28-09 PHYS 4450 Term Paper Drifting Through History Our world is an amazing place. Over the past four and a half billion years or so, it has evolved from an almost molten blob of rock into the green and fertile place, flourishing wi
School: Colorado
Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
Announcements You just woke up inside a boat with no windows. The boat is on the surface of a perfectly still lake. How can you determine if the boat is moving at a constant speed or if it is standing still relative to the shore? Reading for Friday: TZD
School: Colorado
Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
Galilean velocity transformation u x . -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 . -3 -2 -1 v 3 . x 0 1 2 3 . If an object has velocity u in frame S (note: velocities have a direction!), and if frame S is moving with velocity v along the positive x-axes of frame S, then the positio
School: Colorado
Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
Announcements What we found so far: Reading for Wednesday: Review 1.9-1.12 and 1.13 Simultaneity of two events depends on the choice of the reference frame HW2 due Wednesday noon. L R v Joel -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3. Tom G1B30 G1B20 Phys help room (G2B90) Joel
School: Colorado
Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
The famous Michelson-Morley Experiment tests if the speed of light in all inertial frames Announcements Reading for Wednesday: TZD 1.10 1.11 Homework #2 Will be posted this afternoon A is the same in all directions. Register your clicker! (myCUinfo) B
School: Colorado
Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
2130 MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS KYLE MCELROY Today Relativity Quantum mechanics So called Modern physics Day 1: Why are we here? Whats this class about ? What do we need to do ? How do we plan on doing it ? Introduction Why the class is as it is Struc
School: Colorado
Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
1 2 Announcements Joel Two firecrackers sitting on the ground explode. Joel is standing twice as far from firecracker 1 as from firecracker 2. He sees the explosions at the same time. Which firecracker exploded first in Joels reference frame? A. Both expl
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
2D Projectile Motion Concept Questions CT2D-1. A projectile is fired at an angle with initial velocity v0 from a table a height h above the floor. The projectile strikes the floor with a final speed v given by the formula . What is the correct formu
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
Phys 11120, page 1 Final Exam solutions - Physics 1120 - Fall, 2007 1. A balloon of mass M has been positively charged ( its charge is +Q) and is held up to the ceiling. The ceiling polarizes, so the balloon sticks to it. The friction coefficient be
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2
Examination 3, Version 0001 Physics 2020 - Fall 2007 Name (print last, first) _ Student ID# _ Do not open the exam until you are told to do so. This exam consists of 20 multiple-choice questions, worth 5 points each, 100 points total. Fill in the bub
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
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School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
CS14 - 1 Physics 2010 Solutions to CAPA Set #14 Fall 2011 1. In order for water to come out a pipe with outlet at height h, the pressure at ground level must be at least as great as the pressure coming from the weight of the water, P = gh, so t
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
Homework 1 For every numerical question, give only 2 decimal points. The rounding up of your answer should be done only at the end. 1. (T or F) P (A B |B ) = P (A|B ). Answer: T 2. Suppose one card is drawn at random from a standard deck of cards. Find P
School: Colorado
1 of 3 Phys3310 HW5, Due start of class Wed Sept 24 Q1. ENERGY OF POINT CHARGE DISTRIBUTION A) Imagine a small square, of edge length a, with four positive point charges +q, one on each corner. Calculate the total stored energy of this system (i.e. t
School: Colorado
Course: Classical Mechanics And Math Methods
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 3 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Jan 27 ) 1. Boas has a very useful formula for solving any linear rst-order dierential equation: Eq. 3.9 page 401
School: Colorado
Course: Classical Mechanics And Math Methods
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 6 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Feb 17 ) NOTE: In general, lettered parts are worth 4 pts each, unless we state otherwise. 1. A collision between
School: Colorado
Course: Classical Mechanics And Math Methods
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 4 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Feb 3 ) NOTE: Be sure to show your work and explain what you are doing. (Correct answers, for which we cannot fol
School: Colorado
Physics 1140 O5: Lenses and the refractor telescope Introduction In this experiment, you will study converging lenses and the lens equation. You will make several measurements of the focal length of lenses and you will construct a simple astronomica
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
Physics 1240 Website: http:/physics.colorado.edu/phys1240 Homelab 2 Physics 1240 Spring 2011 Due: Thursday, March 17 in class In this homelab you will use Raven Lite to explore digital filtering. Step 1 Review the sound editing capabilities
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 7 page 1 of 4 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 7: Magnetism INTRODUCTION This week we will work with magnets and we will look at the interaction between magnetic
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 8 page 1 of 6 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 10: Lenses & Telescopes INTRODUCTION In this experiment, you will study converging lenses and the lens equation. Yo
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 8 page 1 of 5 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 8: Electromagnetic Induction and Motors In todays lab you will explore how changing magnetic fields induce a voltag
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 9 page 1 of 5 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 9: Mirrors PART I: The Method of Parallax A. Close one eye and lean down so that your eye is at table level. Have y
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 3: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sources of sound, instruments (per
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 1: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Physical nature of sound, speed of
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) Chapter 5: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sound intensity and decibels. Here
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 4: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sound propagation: diffraction/ref
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 2: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Waves and vibrations, waveforms, s
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020: General Physics II, Fall 2010 Classes: MWF 11-11:50 AM (Lecture 100) in Duane G1B20 Lectures: Prof. Steven Pollock (Email: Steven.Pollock at Colorado.edu) Office: Duane F1013 (10th
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
Physics 1110: General Physics 1 Quick information Lectures: MWF 9-9:50A (Lec. 100) and 11-11:50A (Lec. 200) Duane G-1B30 Professors: Chuck Rogers Jim Shepard Office: Duane F-631 Duane F-217 (Gamow Tower) Phone: (303) 492-4476 (303) 492-6204 e-mail: Charle
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
Wed, Oct 19 Fri, Oct 21 Research Proposal DUE to dropbox online Review Annotated Bibliography assignment - Write up a 1 page summary of YOUR research findings Reviewing purpose & audience of Unit paper - Read Knowing Wrtg 1150: First Year Writing and2Rhet
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
Physics 2010 Algebra-Based Introductory Physics (Mechanics, Waves, and Heat) Fall Semester 2011 All information regarding the course is available on the web at: http:/www.colorado.edu/physics/phys2010 Time/Location: Lecture 100: 10:00-10:50 am MWF in Duan
School: Colorado
PHYS 1120, General Physics 2, Spring 2007 (Updated January 20, 2007) Lectures: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10.0010.50am in Duane G1B30 Instructor: Magnus Gustafsson Office: Ekeley S175 and Duane F521 Email address: gustafm@spot.colorado.edu Off