Lecture 1 SSI 10 Pre Lecture

Lecture 1 SSI 10 Pre Lecture - Physics7CSSI2010...

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Physics 7C SS I 2010 Lecture 1: SHM Review and  Introduction to Waves David Stancato dastancato@ucdavis.edu
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Agenda Introduction Clicker Setup Course Overview Simple Harmonic Motion Review Introduction to Waves
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Clicker Setup: Joining Class 1) Turn on your clicker 2) If it doesn’t scan automatically, hit enter (green button) 3) Find PHY 7CROES; hit enter 4) Display reads “ANS: PHY 7CROES;” hit enter 5) When you’ve successfully joined, display reads “ANS: Wait for Q”
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Clicker Setup: Student ID 1) Turn on your clicker 2) Press * to access Setup Menu 3) Scroll to find “ID;” hit Enter (green button) 4) Enter your Student ID so I can give you credit; hit enter
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Clicker Warm-Up When did you take Phy7B? 1) Spring 2010 2) Winter 2010 3) Fall 2009 or earlier 4) Didn’t take 7B (but took 7A) 5) Have never taken a Phy 7 class
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Course Overview Wave Model Simple Harmonic Waves in 1, 2 and 3 dimensions Superposition of Waves Ray Model Reflection and Refraction Applications to Lenses Field Model Electric Fields Magnetic Fields Quantum Mechanics Particles as Probability Waves Energy Levels
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Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)  Review For an object to undergo SHM, there must be 1) An Equilibrium position: the position at which the net force acting on the object is zero 2) A linear Restoring Force : force acting on the object is always pointing towards equilibrium and whose magnitude is proportional to the distance from equilibrium → F = -k x
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course PHYS 7c taught by Professor Coleman during the Summer '09 term at UC Davis.

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