lecture28_09 - Announcements 1 HW11 due April 22 2 Make-up...

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1 Announcements 1. HW11 due April 22 2. Make-up exam: April 22 Wednesday, 7:20 – 9:10 pm, meet at Prof. Reitze’s office (NPB 2265) covers all material in the course. To take the make-up exam, you must obtain permission from Prof. Chan or Prof. Reitze. Announcements 3. Final exam: April 25, Saturday, 10 am to noon Room assignments: last name room A-GAR computer science engineering A101 GEE-J Fine Arts B 105 K-MAZ Florida Gym 230 MCC-O Florida Gym 260 P-R Florida Gym 280 S-Z Williamson 100 roughly ½ of questions on topics covered in midterms, the rest on Chapters 9, 13, 14 g L T π 2 = Simple pendulum from last lecture Clarification between period and tension Period, not tension 13. Vibrations and Waves Found everywhere in the universe and in daily life. • hearing and vision. • Ultrasound diagnostics. Image: Absorption, Transmission, and Reflection of ultrasound Longitudinal or compression wave Wave velocity Transverse wave Each part of spring moves to wave velocity Wave velocity λ λ X direction (space/not time) Waves: Chapter 13.4-13.7 λ = wavelength Simple harmonic motion y x Waves
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2011 for the course PHY 2053 taught by Professor Buchler during the Spring '06 term at University of Florida.

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