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  • 6 Pages Exam2_Phys0030_Fall2012_final
    Exam2_Phys0030_Fall2012_final

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS0030 EXAM #2 November 5, 2012 This exam consists of SIX problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the calculations

  • 5 Pages exam1_2009
    Exam1_2009

    School: Brown

    Course: Intro To Physics

    PHYS 0040 Exam 1 25 February 2009 Calculators may be used but no books or other written materials. Answer all ve questions and show the steps leading to your answers. Credit will be given based on evidence of your understanding of the material. Be sure to

  • 3 Pages exam1_2008_sol
    Exam1_2008_sol

    School: Brown

    Course: Intro To Physics

  • 4 Pages exam1_2008
    Exam1_2008

    School: Brown

    Course: Intro To Physics

  • 2 Pages exam1_2007_sol
    Exam1_2007_sol

    School: Brown

    Course: Intro To Physics

  • 3 Pages exam1_2007
    Exam1_2007

    School: Brown

    Course: Intro To Physics

    Physics 4 Exam I March 1,2007 Calculators may be used, but no books or other written materials. Answer all four questions and show the steps leading to your answers. Credit will be given based on evidence of your understanding of the material. Be sure to

  • 5 Pages exam1_2006_sol
    Exam1_2006_sol

    School: Brown

    Course: Intro To Physics

  • 3 Pages exam1_2006
    Exam1_2006

    School: Brown

    Course: Intro To Physics

    4 P hysics Exam I March1 ,2006 m Calculators ay b e u sed,b ut n o b ooks o r o therw ritten m aterials. A nswer a ll four q uestions nd s how t he s tepsl eadingt o y our a nswers.C redit w ill b e g iven b asedo n a a o evidence f y our u nderstanding f

  • 1 Page HW-05
    HW-05

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    Course: BASIC PHYSICS 1

  • 1 Page HW-04
    HW-04

    School: Brown

    Course: BASIC PHYSICS 1

  • 1179 Pages university physics 11 solution manual
    University Physics 11 Solution Manual

    School: Brown

    Course: BASIC PHYSICS 1

  • 7 Pages exam1_2009_sol
    Exam1_2009_sol

    School: Brown

    Course: Intro To Physics

  • 6 Pages Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2011
    Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2011

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS 0030 Fall 2011 Midterm #1 October 5, 2011 Name _ Student ID_ Please do not begin until told to do so. Absolutely no talking to each other during the exam. If you have any questions, raise your hand for assistance. You are allowed to use only a calcul

  • 10 Pages Exam3_PHY0030_Fall_2012_solutions_final
    Exam3_PHY0030_Fall_2012_solutions_final

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS0030 FINAL EXAM - SOLUTIONS December 15, 2012 This exam consists of EIGHT problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, includin

  • 9 Pages Exam2_Phys0030_Fall2012_final_solutions
    Exam2_Phys0030_Fall2012_final_solutions

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS0030 EXAM #2 - SOLUTIONS November 5, 2012 This exam consists of SIX problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the

  • 7 Pages exam3_solutions-3
    Exam3_solutions-3

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS 0030 Fall 2011 Final Exam December 19, 2011 Name _ Student ID_ Please do not begin until told to do so. Absolutely no talking to each other during the exam. If you have any questions, raise your hand for assistance. You are allowed to use only a calc

  • 9 Pages Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2012_solutions
    Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2012_solutions

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS0030 EXAM #1 October 2, 2012 This exam consists of SIX problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the calculations,

  • 6 Pages Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2011_Makeup
    Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2011_Makeup

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS 0030 Fall 2011 Makeup Midterm #1 October 11, 2011 Name _ Student ID_ Please do not begin until told to do so. Absolutely no talking to each other during the exam. If you have any questions, raise your hand for assistance. You are allowed to use only

  • 6 Pages Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2012
    Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2012

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS0030 EXAM #1 October 2, 2012 This exam consists of SIX problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the calculations,

  • 7 Pages Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2011_solutions
    Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2011_solutions

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

  • 10 Pages exam3-3
    Exam3-3

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS 0030 Fall 2011 Final Exam December 19, 2011 Name _ Student ID_ Please do not begin until told to do so. Absolutely no talking to each other during the exam. If you have any questions, raise your hand for assistance. You are allowed to use only a calc

  • 8 Pages Exam3_PHY0030_Fall2012_final
    Exam3_PHY0030_Fall2012_final

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

    PHYS0030 FINAL EXAM December 15, 2012 This exam consists of EIGHT problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the calcul

  • 4 Pages Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2011_Makeup_solutions
    Exam1_Phys0030_Fall2011_Makeup_solutions

    School: Brown

    Course: Introductory Physics

  • 1 Page HW-03
    HW-03

    School: Brown

    Course: BASIC PHYSICS 1

  • 1 Page HW-02
    HW-02

    School: Brown

    Course: BASIC PHYSICS 1

  • 6 Pages 2006 PH sol
    2006 PH Sol

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    a(5 s)=12.5 m/s2 and a(12.5 s) = (22+3.12)1/2 2) Suppose for the sake of calculation that F = 10 N is the force that Kevin exerts on the rope.

  • 2 Pages Ch 27 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 27 Relevant Concept Questions

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 27 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 27: Pre-Chapter Question Q: Why do charged solar particles move predominantly toward the earth's poles rather than the equator? A: Charged particles are deflecte

  • 1 Page Ch 28 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 28 Relevant Concept Questions

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 28 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 28: Pre-Chapter Question Q: If the diameter of one of the MRI coils is increased without changing the current, does the magnetic field that it produces at its ce

  • 3 Pages Lab 2 PH
    Lab 2 PH

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    Free Fall Velocities Objective: To examine the principles of uniform acceleration in one dimension by systematic measurements of a falling body's position and instantaneous velocity. We are testing Theory: We are testing for the value of the constant

  • 2 Pages lab 3 Ph 30
    Lab 3 Ph 30

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    Force and Acceleration Objective: In this experiment we will be calculating the force of an object by determining its acceleration. We will use varying masses, coupled with Newton's Second Law of motion, which states that force is the product of an o

  • 1 Page Ch 29 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 29 Relevant Concept Questions

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 29 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 29: Pre-Chapter Question Q: What would happen if the card were not swiped, but just sat motionless in the reader's slot? A: To induce an emf in the card reader's

  • 1 Page Ch 38 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 38 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 38 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 38: Pre-Chapter Question Q: The red light from the Eagle Nebula has a wavelength of 656.3 nm. What happens within a hydrogen atom to emit light of this wavelengt

  • 1 Page Ch 30 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 30 Relevant Concept Questions

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 30 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 30: Pre-chapter Question Q: If there were a steady direct current in the recharging cable, but still no direct contact between the cable and car's wires, would t

  • 1 Page Ch 24 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 24 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 24 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 24: Pre-chapter Question Q: If the charges +Q and -Q on the plates of a capacitor are constant, what happens to the potential difference between the plates when

  • 1 Page Ch 22 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 22 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 22 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 22: Pre-chapter Question Q: If the child stands inside a large, charged metal sphere, will her hair stand on end? A: No. Inside of a conductor, the electric fiel

  • 11 Pages PHConcept Q
    PHConcept Q

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    Course: Physics E/M

    1. 2 aluminized spheres of equal radii hang by insulating threads. Using a glass rod and a piece of silk, how do you insure the two spheres receive exactly the same charge? A: Rub the rod with the silk and induce charge on the rod. Set up the spheres

  • 2 Pages lab 5
    Lab 5

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    Reflections, Regractions and Lenses Objective: To examine and understand the effect of different media and how they produce discontinuities in direction through reflection and refraction. Procedure: Part I 1) Position the light source on the left end

  • 1 Page Ch 32 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 32 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 32 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 32: Pre-Chapter Question Q: Why do cellular phones sometimes have poor reception inside steel-frame office buildings? A: Electromagnetic waves arriving from outs

  • 1 Page Ch 33 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 33 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 33 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 33: Pre-Chapter Question Q:What causes the second, faint rainbow outside the primary one? Why are its colors in the reverse sequence from the primary rainbow? A:

  • 1 Page Ch 35 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 35 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 35 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 35: Pre-Chapter Question Q: How thin must an oil film be to show a rainbow? A: Explained in 35.7. Must be no more than a few wavelengths of light in thickness 1.

  • 1 Page Ch 25 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 25 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 25 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 25: Pre-chapter Question Q: Is the amount of current that flows out of the flashlight bulb less than, greater than, or equal to the amount of current that flows

  • 1 Page Ch 26 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 26 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 26 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 26: Pre-chapter Question Q: Is it possible to connect several resistors with different resistors with different resistances so that they all have the same potent

  • 1 Page Ch 40 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 40 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 40 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 40: Pre-Chapter Question Q: The wavelength of the electron standing wave has nearly the same value at all points inside the circle of iron atoms shown in the ima

  • 1 Page lab 4
    Lab 4

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    Course: Physics E/M

    An Introduction to the Oscilloscope and Time Varying Currents Purpose: To introduce the oscilloscope as an instrument for measuring voltage differences in both DC and AC circuit, and using it to study time-dependent voltages in circuits which include

  • 3 Pages lab 3 Ph 30
    Lab 3 Ph 30

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    Force and Acceleration Objective: In this experiment we will be calculating the force of an object by determining its acceleration. We will use varying masses, coupled with Newton's Second Law of motion, which states that force is the product of an o

  • 1 Page Ch 34 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 34 Relevant Concept Questions

    School: Brown

    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 34 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 34: Pre-Chapter Question Q: Why do large telescopes use mirrors rather than lenses to collect light and form images? A: Lenses are plagued by chromatic aberratio

  • 1 Page Ch 39 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 39 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 39 Concept Questions and solutions Chapter 39: Pre-Chapter Question Q: A TV picture tube uses a fast-moving beam of electrons to create an image on the screen. Can you see the wave aspect of these electro

  • 1 Page Ch 21 Relevant Concept Questions
    Ch 21 Relevant Concept Questions

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    Course: Physics E/M

    University Physics Young and Freedman Chapter 21 Test your understanding questions and solutions Test your Understanding Chapter 21: Pre-chapter Question Q: Water makes life possible: the cells of your body could not function without the molecules di

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