Lab 15
Pencil experiment: know it’s upright, virtual and same size
Given the angle of incidence calculate the angle of reflection; hint: they are
the same
Given the distance of the image calculate the distance of the object
Semi circular prism, why do we ignore the ray that is not on the flat side of
the prism?
Know why percent error or percent difference was used.
Lab 16
Where do u place object to get a reduced,
inverted or enlarged
I can’t
remember image (Matching a) do=2f, b) do>2f, c) 2f>do>f)
Where do u place object to get a enlarged,
inverted or enlarged
I can’t
remember image (Matching a) do=2f, b) do>2f, c) 2f>do>f)
Calculate di with given do and f
Calculate magnitude
Lab 17 part I
I can’t remember all of this but I believe you have to use both formulas in the
study guide.
The second is
NOT
on the formula sheet they give u so make sure u
know it by memory. I think u need this one because they ask you to calculate the
distance of something. I used the first one to calculate the angle because n, lambda,
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 Spring '10
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