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Unformatted text preview: Class 28 Review 3 Physics 106 Fall 2011 Press CTRL-L to view as a slide show. Last Time Last time we discussed: I Feynman Diagrams I Particle Families I The Eight-fold Way I Quarks and the Standard Model I Cosmology and General Relativity Learning Outcomes Today we will discuss: I The Final Exam Office Hours Friday 12/9 9-11 am Monday 12/12 9-10 am Tuesday 12/13 9-11 am Wednesday 12/14 9-10 am Thursday 12/15 9-10 am Final Exam Final Exam -Where and When I In the Testing Center I Any time during the final exam period I Estimated time: 2 hrs I Take scratch paper! Final Exam- Comprehensive Section (Part I) I 20 Questions I Worth 2 points each I From quizzes and practice quizzes 1-9 and the Midterm Exams. I Questions may be modified slightly. I 11 require calculation, 2 can be done in your head, 7 are word problems. I 16 are from E and M, 4 from optics. Final Exam- Unit 3 Section (Part I) I 20 Questions I Worth 3 points each I From single slits, polarization, optical systems through the end (HW 10-13) I Similar to midterm exams I 8 require calculation, 3 can be done in your head, 9 are word problems. I 3 are from optics, 3 from relativity, 4 from basic QM, 3 from atomic physics, 3 from nuclear physics, 4 from particle physics. What will be given: Unit 1 and 2 Review Fields, Forces, Energies Electrostatics I Charging by conduction and induction I Electric field lines Electrostatics Coulomb’s Law F = k e q 1 q 2 r 2 Electric field of a point charge E = k e q r 2 Potential energy of two charges U = k e q 1 q 2 r Electric potential of a point charge V = k e q r Conductor Facts -Electrostatics I E = 0 inside I E is perpendicular to the surface I V is constant inside Field Forces and Potentials Electric field F = qE Magnetic field F = qvB sin θ Direction: v into B → direction of force Electric field and E =- Δ V Δ x electric potential Potential energy and Δ U = q Δ V electric potential Conservation of Δ U + Δ K = energy DC Circuits Circuits I Electric current: charge per unit time I Power P = IV I Series and Parallel Voltages in DC Circuits Resistor V = IR Capacitor V = Q C Inductor V =- L Δ I Δ t Series-Parallel Resistor in Series R = R 1 + R 2 Capacitor Parallel C = C 1 + C 2 Inductor Series L = L 1 + L 2 Parallel-Plate Capacitors Capacitance C = A d Dielectric C = κ C Resistivity I Resistance and Resistivity R = ρ ‘ A Energies Capacitor U = 1 2 CV 2 Inductor U = 1 2 LI 2 Magnetic Fields Magnetic Fields...
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