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Equations to memorize for final exam Fall 2007 Wave relation Given the displacement of a Simple Harmonic wave, y(x,t) = Acos[kx −ω t], be able to find the velocity and acceleration of a point on the wave Given the displacement of a standing wave on a string, y n (x,t) = A SW sin(k n x)sin( ω t), be able to find the velocity and acceleration of a point on the wave Conditions for constructive and destructive interference of waves from two coherent sources Force on a charge in an electric field Electric field of a point charge Definition of electric flux Gauss’s law Relation between electric potential and electric field Electric potential of a point charge Relation between electric potential and electric potential energy Definition of capacitance Ohm’s law Energy and power in DC electric circuits
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Unformatted text preview: Kirchhoffs rules RC circuit: 1.) just after switch closed and 2.) after switch has been closed for a long time Magnetic force on a moving charge Magnetic flux Amperes law Faradays law of induction Lenzs law Displacement current Generalized Amperes law Maxwells equations in the order given in my lecture notes (not the order given in your textbook) R-L circuit: 1.) just after switch closed and 2.) after switch has been closed for a long time Polarization of electric and magnetic fields in an electromagnetic wave Laws of reflection and refraction (Snells law) Lateral magnification of mirrors and thin lens Object-image relation for mirrors and thin lens Sign conventions for object and image distances...
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