Heemin's Final Review

Heemin's Final Review - 9 Ch14: Superposition and Standing...

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1 Heemin Kang 6/3/11 Physics 1C Final Review Session Overview of Grades 2
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2 Overview of Topics 3 s Waves, sound, light, optics, modern physics Overview of Final Exam 4 s Total of 25 problems s 22 problems account for 100% for final exam s We have prepared 3 extra credits for your higher grade s The level of difficulty is comparable to that of quizzes s Equations and constants will be provided
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3 Studying Strategies for Final Exam 5 s Chapters 26, 28, 29 will be slightly more weighted s Lecture notes and textbook overlap in many contexts s Thoroughly review lecture notes with lecture specific examples s Then strengthen your understanding with textbook s 6-7 Conceptual and qualitative questions will be presented s Pay attention to examples especially with biomedical apps, light, and QM s Focus on studying easy/medium level questions from HW s Some problems will require combined concepts from two chapters s Be careful for your setting for radian vs. degree in your calculator Ch12: Oscillatory Motion: Mass-Spring System 6 s Simple harmonic motion (SHM)
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4 Ch12: Oscillatory Motion: Simple Pendulum 7 Ch13: Mechanical Waves 8 S O f f ” f ‘ f ‘
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5 Ch14: Superposition and Standing Waves
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Unformatted text preview: 9 Ch14: Superposition and Standing Waves 10 6 Ch14: Superposition and Standing Waves 11 Ch24: Electromagnetic Waves (Light) 12 7 Ch24: Electromagnetic Waves (Light) 13 Ch25: Reflection and Refraction of Light 14 8 Ch25: Reflection and Refraction of Light 15 Ch26: Image Formation by Mirrors and Lenses 16 9 Ch26: Image Formation by Mirrors and Lenses 17 Ch26: Image Formation by Mirrors and Lenses 18 10 Ch26: Image Formation by Mirrors and Lenses 19 Ch26: Image Formation by Mirrors and Lenses 20 11 Ch27: Wave Optics 21 Ch27: Wave Optics 22 12 Ch28: Quantum Physics 23 Ch28: Quantum Physics 24 13 Ch28: Quantum Physics 25 Ch28: Quantum Physics 26 What about other subatomic particles such as electron ? 14 Ch29: Atomic Physics 27 How are the energies quantized with discrete n numbers? Ch29: Atomic Physics 28 15 Ch30: Nuclear Physics 29 Ch30: Nuclear Physics 30 16 Ch30: Nuclear Physics 31 Ch30: Nuclear Physics 32 17 s Thank you for your attendance and interaction s Good luck on your final s See you all back on Monday at 8am right here 33 Concluding Remarks...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course PHYS 1C 1C taught by Professor Wethien during the Spring '11 term at UCSD.

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