3_1_11S-ELENGR3-1_ HW 4

3_1_11S-ELENGR3-1_ HW 4 - 5/24/2011 11S-ELENGR3-1: HW 4 T o...

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To print higher-resolution math symbols, click the Hi-Res Fonts for Printing button on the jsMath control panel. CCLE Update this Quiz 11S-ELENGR3-1 Quizzes HW 4 Attempt 1 1 Marks: -- /10 Choose one answer. a. 11.9 W b. 8.9 W c. 10.3 W Given PR , what is the power dissipated by the 5 resistor? 2 The wave interpretation of electrons leads to: Preview HW 4 Start again Note: This quiz is not currently available to your students CHANG, KAY-WON | Help | Logout Spring 2011 - Week 9 Info Results Edit = I 2 Submit Preview 5/24/2011 11S-ELENGR3-1: HW 4 ccle.ucla.edu/mod/quiz/attempt.php?q… 1/3
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Marks: -- /10 Choose one answer. a. The conclusion that we cannot interpret electrons as being particles b. The conclusion that we can never known the exact frequency of an electron c. The idea that electrons possess only certain energies d. The Pauli Exclusion Principle 3 Marks: -- /10 Choose one answer. a. Crystal vibrations causing curved pathways for electrons b. The crystal lattice "closing down" under an electric field c. The opposition of the applied electric field
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3_1_11S-ELENGR3-1_ HW 4 - 5/24/2011 11S-ELENGR3-1: HW 4 T o...

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