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Unformatted text preview: Print your name clearly: Signature: I agree to neither give nor receive aid during this quiz. Quiz 1 for Physics 176 Professor Greenside Friday, January 26, 2010 This quiz is closed book. 1. Plase write your name and the problem number on each page of paper that you use for the problems that required writing. However,the true/false questions should be answered on this page. 2. For questions that are not true/false or multiple choice, justify each answer briefly , with appropriate calculations, sketches, phrases, or sentences. Problems That Require Writing All answers in this section of the quiz must be written on the supplementary blank pages. Please remember to write your name and problem number on each extra page. 1. A laser consists of a long cylindrical tube of some medium that has mirrors at both ends such that light bounces back and forth between the mirrors while its intensity is amplified. (Light not parallel to the axis of the cylinder is lost rapidly since the outer surface of the cylinder is often transparent.) Assume that the laser light is monochromatic with frequency...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course PHYSICS 176 taught by Professor Behringer during the Spring '08 term at Duke.
- Spring '08