H10 - (1) Problem 6.4 (2) Problem 6.9 (3) Problem 6.14 (4)...

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P116 Homework # 10 11/22/06 Due Friday 12/01/06 Read Chapter 6 and Chapter 7, up to p. 307. This homework is longer than others. A big part of Chapter 6 are familiar to many of you. For those who are not familiar with the topics in Chapter 6, you have to work a little harder to catch up. Chapter 7 is probably the most advanced topic in the book. Read as much of this chapter as you can. For the course, you are required only to understand the lectures, read to p.307, do the homework problems, and the lab on this topic.
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Unformatted text preview: (1) Problem 6.4 (2) Problem 6.9 (3) Problem 6.14 (4) Problem 6.20 (5) Problem 6.26 (6) Problem 6.27 (7) Problem 6.28 (8) Go through the derivation of Eq.(6.30). Find a choice of n and m so that the radiation is in the visible range. (9) Do problem 1.9. Show that A . ( B x C ) = C . ( A x B ). Argue that τ . d θ is the infinitesimal work done dW. The above identity may be useful. (10) Problem 7.1 (11) Problem 7.3 (12) Problem 7.5 (13) Problem 7.6 (14) Reproduce the formulae in Example 7.11....
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H10 - (1) Problem 6.4 (2) Problem 6.9 (3) Problem 6.14 (4)...

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