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Unformatted text preview: PHY 4604 Fall 2010 — Exam 1 DO NOT TURN THE PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO Instructions: Attempt all three questions. The maximum possible credit for each part of each question is shown in square brackets. Please try to write your solution neatly and legibly. You will receive credit only for knowledge and understanding that you demonstrate in your written solutions. It is in your best interest to write down something relevant for every question, even if you can’t provide a complete answer. To maximize your score, you should briefly explain your reasoning and show all working. Give all final algebraic answers in terms of variables defined in the problem and ~ (the reduced Planck constant). During this exam, you may use one formula sheet. You are not permitted (a) to consult any other books, notes, or papers, (b) to use any electronic device, or (c) to communicate with anyone other than the proctor. In accordance with the UF Honor Code, by turning in this exam to be graded, you affirm the following pledge:...
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- Fall '07
- mechanics, electronic device, exponential decay length