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Welcome to the archival Web page for U.C. Berkeley's Physics H7ABC, Honors Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Fall 1998, Spring 1999, and Fall 1999. Instructor: (Prof.) Mark Strovink . I have a research web page , a standardized U.C. Berkeley web page , and a statement of research interests . Physics H7A ( Mechanics and Vibrations ) Problem set solutions initially composed by E.A. ("Ted") Baltz Graduate Student Instructors: David Bacon and Elizabeth Wu Physics H7B ( Electromagnetism and Thermal Physics ): Most problem set solutions composed by Peter Pebler Graduate Student Instructor: Robin Blume-Kohout Physics H7C ( Physical Optics and Modern Physics ): Problem set solutions composed by Graduate Student Instructor: Derek Kimball Most documents linked on this page are in PDF format. They are typeset except where indicated. The documents are intended to be displayed by Adobe Acrobat [Reader], version 4 or later (version 3 may also work). (You may optimize Acrobat's rendering of equations by unchecking "Use Greek Text Below:" on File-Preferences-General.) You may right-click to download a single .pdf file (19.5 MB) that includes every displayable image on this Web page. Physics H7A ( Mechanics and Vibrations ) Texts: Kleppner/Kolenkow, An Introduction to Mechanics ; French, Vibrations and Waves . General Information including schedules and rooms. Course Outline including all reading assignments. Questionnaire that was filled out by the students. Typos in Kleppner & Kolenkow Problem Set 1 Solution Set 1 Problem Set 2 Solution Set 2 Problem Set 3 Solution Set 3 Problem Set 4 Solution Set 4 Problem Set 5 Solution Set 5 Problem Set 6 Solution Set 6 Problem Set 7 Solution Set 7 Problem Set 8 Solution Set 8 Problem Set 9 Solution Set 9 Problem Set 10 Solution Set 10 Problem Set 11 Solution Set 11 Physics H7ABC http://d0lbln.lbl.gov/h7abc-web.htm (1 of 3) [1/5/2000 9:50:55 AM]
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Practice Exam 1 Solution to Practice Exam 1 Exam 1 Solution to Exam 1 Exam 2 Solution to Exam 2 Final Exam Solution to Final Exam You may right-click to download a single .tar.gz archive (1.0 MB) that includes the source files required to build every H7A file linked above. Physics H7B ( Electromagnetism and Thermal Physics ) Text: Purcell, Electricity and Magnetism . General Information including schedules and rooms. Course Outline including all reading assignments. Special Relativity Notes * also used in H7C. Problem Set 1 Solution Set 1 Problem Set 2 Solution Set 2 Problem Set 3 Solution Set 3 Problem Set 4 Solution Set 4 Problem Set 5 Solution Set 5 Problem Set 6 Solution Set 6 Problem Set 7 Solution Set 7 Problem Set 8 Solution Set 8 Problem Set 9 Solution Set 9 Problem Set 10 Solution Set 10 Problem Set 11 Solution Set 11 Problem Set 12 Solution Set 12 Problem Set 13 Solution Set 13 Midterm Solution to Midterm Final Exam Solution to Final Exam * * handwritten You may right-click to download a single .tar.gz archive (20 MB) containing the source files required to build every typeset H7B file linked above.
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