HONORS PHYSICS STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 19 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
1:
When two or more resistors are connected in series to a battery
a) the total voltage across the combination is the algebraic sum of the voltages across
the individual resistors.
b) the same curren
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Linear Final
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Diagonal values are the coefficients of the squared powers (2,6,5)
The coefficients of polynomial element correspond to matrix location
8x1x2: coefficient is 8
So matrix(1,2) and matrix(2,1) must add up to 8
Thus, matrix(1,2) = mat
Anonymous Functions
areaT = @(b,h) b*h/2
A1 = areaT(b1,h1)
Linspace(x1,x2,n)
Creates evenly spaced row vector with n values from x1 to x2
Randi([range],m,n)
m x n of random int in range
repmat(A,n)
array containing n copies of A in the row and column
dime
A square matrix is only invertible if det ~= 0
Det(A) = det(AT)
Det(AB) = det(BA) = det(A)*det(B)
Det(k*A) = k^n(det A), where A is an nxn matrix
Det(inv(A) = 1/det(A)
Chapter 5

An Eigenvector pretty much just means that Av = kv; Av should be a multipl
Linear Algebra Midterm Review
Consistent one/more solutions
o Inconsistent no solution
Isomorphism an invertible linear transformation is called an isomorphism
o Bijective both onto and one to one
o Linear
T(p1+p2) = T(p1) + T(p2)
T(kp) = kT(p)
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Ellicott City, MD
Applied MathEconomics, Cognitive Neuroscience, Computer Science
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HONORS PHYSICS STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 20  MAGNETISM
1.
A proton moving at 5 x l04 m/s horizontally enters a region where a magnetic field of 0.12 T is present, directed
vertically downward. What force acts on the proton?
2.
An electron traveling due north w
1.
A coil of 40 turns and crosssectional area 12 cm 2 is oriented perpendicular to a magnetic field, which varies from zero
to 1.2 T in 0.02 sec. What emf is induced in the coil?
2.
A circular loop of one turn and radius 5 cm is positioned with its axis
HONORS PHYSICS STUDY GUIDE #22 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
1.
All electromagnetic waves travel through a vacuum at
a)
the same speed.
b)
speeds that are proportional to their frequency.
c)
speeds that are inversely proportional to their frequency.
d)
None of th
HONORS PHYSIC STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 23 MIRRORS AND LENSES
1.
An object is located 2 m in front of a plane mirror. The image formed by the mirror appears to be
a)
1 m in front of the mirror.
b) on the mirror's surface.
c)
1 m behind the mirror's surface.
d)
HONOR PHYSICS STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 24 THE WAVE NATURE OF LIGHT
1. A ray of light, which is traveling in a vacuum, is incident on a glass plate (n = ng). For decreasing angles
of incidence, the angle of refraction
a) increases, approaching the limiting valu
WHSCH2021 PART I
Magnetism
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Hans Oersted (17771851)
Hans Christian ersted played a crucial role in understanding electromagnetism. He discovered that a compass needle deflects from
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HONORS PHYSICS STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 17 ELECTRICAL POTENTIAL
1.
Equipotential lines always begin and end on charges.
2.
The net work done in moving an electron from point A at 50 V to point B at +50 V along a
semicircular path is
A
B
50V
a)
+50V
+1.6 x l
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Concurrent TMS to the primary motor cortex augments slow motor learning
In this experiment, Narayana et al. investigate the potential positive
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