Phy 102 Homework Solutions 2007

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Associate Professor; Ph.D., Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1975 Professor Josef Ashkenazi Contact Information University of Miami , Department of Physics James L. Knight Physics Building, Room 310 Post Office Box 248046 Coral Gables, FL 33124 Telephone: (305) 284-2323 ex.3 Fax: (305) 284-4222 Office Hours: Wednesday and Friday 10:00-10:30 am [email protected] UM Physics Home Page Ashkenazi's Home Page UM Schedule 2006-07 Physics Classes Summer 2007 Phy102 Class Record (requires password) Phy102 Syllabus Phy102 Homework #1 Solution of HW#1 Phy102 Homework #2 Solution of HW#2 Phy102 Homework #3 Solution of HW#3 Phy102 Homework #4 Solution of HW#4 Phy102 Homework #5 Solution of HW#5 Practice Test #1: p. 1 , p. 2 , p. 3 , p. 4 , p. 5 , p. 6 Solution Test #1 Phy102 Homework #6 Solution of HW#6 Phy102 Homework #7 Solution of HW#7 Phy102 Homework #8 Solution of HW#8 Phy102 Homework #9 Solution of HW#9 Phy102 Homework #10 Solution of HW#10 Practice Test #2: p. 1 , p. 2 , p. 3 , p. 4 , p. 5 Solution Test #2 Phy102 Homework #11 Solution of HW#11 Phy102 Homework #12 Solution of HW#12 Practice Final Test: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 Solution Final Test Instructions Concerning Exams ashkenazi http://www.physics.miami.edu/ashkenazi/102_sum/ [7/31/2007 8:51:11 AM] P
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Request to View Grades Please enter the information indicated in order to view your complete grade records for physics 102. Your ID number is the UM one that looks like C07654321. When you FIRST use the system your password will be constructed from the last four digits of this ID number and the first two letters of your last (family) name. You MUST THEN change this password to some other one of your choice. It will be held in an encrypted file, so please pick something that you can remember. ID number: Password: If you wish to change your password, enter the information here. 6 to 28 characters; case doesn't count but spaces do. ID number: Password: New Password: Enter New Password Again: Request to View Grades http://www.physics.miami.edu/ashkenazi/102_sum/display_grades.html [7/31/2007 8:51:12 AM]
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PHYSICS 102 A - SUMMER 1 2007 COURSE CALENDAR APPROXIMATE SYLLABUS Prof. J. Ashkenazi DAY LECTURE TOPIC(S) CHAPTER May 16 Electric Charges, Forces, & Fields 19 May 17 Electric Charges, Forces, & Fields 19 May 18 Electric Potential & Potential Energy 20 May 21 Electric Potential & Potential Energy 20 May 22 Electric Current & DC Circuits 21 May 23 Electric Current & DC Circuits 21 May 24 Magnetism 22 May 25 Magnetism 22 May 28 Memorial Day No classes May 29 Faraday's Law of Induction 23 May 30 Alternating Current 24 May 31 Electromagnetic Waves 25 June 1 TEST I 19-24 June 4 Electromagnetic Waves 25 June 5 Geometrical Optics 26 June 6 Optical Instruments 27 PHYSICS 102 A --- SUMMER 1 2007 http://www.physics.miami.edu/ashkenazi/102_sum/syl.htm (1 of 2) [7/31/2007 8:51:12 AM]
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June 7 Physical Optics: Interference & Diffraction 28 June 8 Physical Optics: Interference & Diffraction 28 June 11 Relativity 29 June 12 Quantum Physics 30 June 13 Quantum Physics 30 June 14 Atomic Physics 31 June 15 TEST II 25-30 June 18 Atomic Physics 31 June 19 Nuclear Physics & Radiation 32 June 20 Nuclear Physics & Radiation 32 June 21 Reading Day No classes June 22 Final Exam 19-32 Chapter references are to Physics by James S. Walker, Second Edition (Prentice Hall, 2004, 2002). The
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