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# Discussion_Mirrors Solution - Physics 1202W.100 Fall 2012...

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Physics 1202W.100 Fall 2012 Sept. 6 th Discussion Week #1 Relevant Equations Geometric Optics: ( ) ( ) Special topics in optics: Power of a lens: Power of Accommodation (Eye): Angular magnification of Simple Magnifier: Kinematics (linear/rotational) ( ) ( ) Constant angular motion: ( ) Forces and Torque ⃗⃗ ⃗⃗ ⃗⃗ |⃗ | Momentum (linear/angular) Energy and Power ⃗⃗ Constants: Math ( ) ( ) ( ) | | Problems: 1. You are getting ready to go out and just wanted to take a quick glance at yourself in the mirror hanging on the wall. The top of the mirror is at eye level. If you are standing 3 ft from the 1 ½ ft high mirror, you can only see only part of your body. Thinking you want a fuller view, you try to find a place to stand in your room in order to view more of your body. Being a new 1202 Physics student, you try to calculate how much of your body you are able to see at your current position as compared to other various positions in your 12ft by 12ft room.

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