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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 [email protected]

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Agenda Introduction Clicker Setup Course Overview Simple Harmonic Motion Review Introduction to Waves
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
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
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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