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School: Kentucky
Course: PHY 525
University of Kentucky Department of Physics and Astronomy PHY 525: Solid State Physics II Fall 2000 Test 1 Date: October 9, 2000 (Monday) Time allowed: 50 minutes. Answer all questions. 1. Specific heat of a ddimensional insulator. Consider a d...

Midterm2005_sol
School: St. Francis IL
Course: PHYSICS 476
Midterm Exam: Solid State Physics 476 Oct. 17, 2005 Solution guide 1. Consider a simple cubic Bravais lattice. (a) What is the relationship between the lattice vectors (lengths and angles)? (2) Answer: a = b = c or a1 = a2 = a3 or  a1 =  a2 = ...

Exam2004
School: St. Francis IL
Course: PHYSICS 476
Final Exam: Solid State Physics 476 Dec. 15, 2004 One cheat sheet, double sided. Point values are given with each question. Total exam is worth 90 points. 1. (a) How do you define a crystal structure? Are the choices you make unique? What is the d...

Exam2005
School: St. Francis IL
Course: PHYSICS 476
Final Exam: Solid State Physics 476 Dec. 15, 2005 One cheat sheet, double sided. Point values are given with each question. Total exam is worth 90 points. 1. (a) How do you define a crystal structure? Are the choices you make unique? What is the d...

Midterm2006
School: St. Francis IL
Course: PHYSICS 476
Midterm Exam: Solid State Physics 476 Oct. 23, 2006 One cheat sheet, double sided. Point values are given with each question. Total midterm is worth 40 points with 4 available bonus points. 1. (a) What is a lattice? What is a Bravais lattice? Give...

Final09
School: King's College London
Course: PHYSICS 336
Physics 361 Final exam December 7, 2009 answers in [[..] You may consult notes that you yourself have written. F.1 Comparing two metals, short answer Two freeelectronlike metals, A and B, have a single valence ... density of electrons, the pair ...

MidtermSolved
School: King's College London
Course: PHYSICS 336
Physics 361 Midterm exam 10/26/09 Name: Please indicate your reasoning for your answers. You may consult notes that you yourself have written, but not the book or things that others have written. Test results Total scores: 24 23 22 22 20 20 18 18 ...

Math 354 Chapter 810 Test
School: Morehead State
Course: MBA 500
... Road construction workers spend a lot of time in unproductive activities, like talking on cellphones, smoking and telling jokes. An actual study, using a stopwatch, was conducted at a construction site. A random check of workers revealed the f...

731F11_EXAM1
School: Maryland
Course: PHYSICS 731
1. Rather than starting with a semiclassical approximation, a quantum mechanical approach to screening in the electron gas would first solve Schroedinger's equation and then determine the induced charge density from the resulting wavefunction ...

Math 123 Finals Mass Tutorial
School: McGill
Course: BUSINESS 101
... eg x1 + x2 > 8 To turn this into linear equation, introduce slack variable, s1 → x1 + x2 +s1 = 8 OPTIMIZE USING SIMPLEX METHOD Example 1: Maximize z = 5x1 + 2x2 subject to: 2x1 + 4x2 ≤ 15 3x1 + x2 ≤ 10 x1, x2 ≥ 0 1) Turn these ine...

Midterm_2012_sol
School: University Of Florida
Course: PHY 4905
... ε = ± ¯h2k2 2m∗ . Find the electronic part of the specific heat for the case when the Fermi energy is equal to zero. (You may need to use the fact that ∫ ∞ 0 dxln (1 + exp (−x)) = π2/12). [50 points] Following the same steps as in ...

Final Proposal Team AllIn
School: Oregon
Course: BA 352
... Program Description We the Springfield Education Foundation (SEF), located in Springfield, Oregon, are a nonprofit organization that works alongside Springfield public schools to advance student opportunities and support educational programs ...

Exam_exam_1_
School: Maryland
Course: ACCOUNTING 221
... Answer question 2 on answer page 2. 2. a. (12 points) Calculate the average rate of change of 1 5 − = x y on the interval 1 ≤ x ≤ 2. 2. b. (12 points) Given 1 5 − = x y , find 1 2 2 = x dx yd . 2. c. (4 bonus points) What does your ans...

Exam_solutions_1_
School: Maryland
Course: ACCOUNTING 221
... x x dx yd x x dx dy x y 2. c. (4 bonus points) What does your answer to question 2 b) tell you about the graph of 1 5 − = x y ? At the point where x = 1, the graph of y is concave up. 3. a. (4 points) State the domain of the function ( ) ( )...

Exam_solutions_1_A
School: Maryland
Course: ACCOUNTING 221
... x x x x xm x x x xm for x = 2, 1 x < 2 2 < x < 1 1 < x m ′′ positive negative positive 3. a. (10 points) Given a company's Revenue function ( ) x x xR − + − = 2 400 500 , find the equation to express Marginal Reve...

Exam 1
School: UCSC
Course: PHYSICS 156
... What is this thing called tunneling? How does it occur in a solid? How does that cause conduction? In answering this question, you can assume that the questioner already knows about the discrete atomic levels (1s, 2s and so on). 3