33-08_hw2 - obtained the numbers you use, and justify...

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Homework #2 Hello everyone, Here is the second homework assignment, due Wednesday, October 8. 1) Giancoli chapter 21: 47 2) to 8) Giancoli chapter 22: 4a, 66 (not a typo!), 6, 10, 24a, 29, 34 9) Repeat problem 22-10 putting the charge on one corner of the cube; find the flux through each face. 10) Estimation Problem, part 1 : This is a problem first asked of his graduates students by the famous physicist Enrico Fermi. I have changed it only slightly. Estimate the number of piano tuners in the San Jose area. You should describe carefully the method you use, show how you
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Unformatted text preview: obtained the numbers you use, and justify anything that requires it. Picking numbers out of thin air isn’t what I’m after! (And looking up “piano tuners” in the Yellow Pages is not an acceptable method.) 11) Estimation Problem, part 2: Determine the uncertainty in your answer. Please staple your homework!! Please fold your homework in the long direction! Note: Our text book has both "Questions" and "Problems" at the end of each chapter. Unless otherwise noted, all homework problems will be drawn from the "Problems" section. ...prk...
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2010 for the course PHYS 44421 taught by Professor Kesten during the Spring '09 term at Santa Clara.

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