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Equations to memorize First exam Relation between angular frequency and frequency Relation between wave number and wavelength Relation between frequency and period Relation between wave velocity, wavelength, and frequency for periodic wave You will be given the displacement of a Simple Harmonic wave, y(x,t) = Acos[kx −ω t]. You must be able to find the velocity and acceleration of a point on the wave from the displacement equation. You will be given the displacement of a standing wave on a string, y n (x,t) = A SW sin(k n x)sin( ω n t)]. You must be able to find the velocity and acceleration of a point on the wave from the displacement equation. Wavelength and frequency of normal modes for a string tied at both ends Wavelength and frequency of normal modes for a pipe that is open at both ends Wavelength and frequency of normal modes for a pipe that is open at one end and
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Unformatted text preview: closed at the other end Conditions for constructive and destructive interference of waves from two coherent sources Beat frequency You will be given the equations for the Doppler effect when the listener is to the left and right of the source. Second exam Force on a charge in an electric field Electric field of a point charge Newtons laws Definition of electric flux Gauss law Relation between electric potential and electric field Electric potential of a point charge Relation between electric potential and electric potential energy Definition of capacitance Capacitors in series and parallel Energy storage in capacitors in terms of charge and electric potential Definition of current Ohms law Energy and power in electric circuits Resistors in series and parallel Kirchhoffs rules...
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