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  • 9 Pages PracticeTest1
    PracticeTest1

    School: Purdue

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  • 9 Pages Ex2_F03_with_solutions
    Ex2_F03_with_solutions

    School: Purdue

    Course: General Physics

    Purdue University PHYS 221 EXAM II 11/6/03 (with solutions) All questions are worth 5 points unless otherwise stated. 1 An electromagnetic wave has an electric field with peak value 250 N/C, What is the average intensity of the wave? (10 points) a) b) c)

  • 13 Pages Final_Past
    Final_Past

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    Purdue University PHYS 221 FINAL EXAM (orange) 12/17/10 All questions are worth 5 points unless otherwise stated. 1 A coin is dropped into a fountain of depth 60 cm. To someone standing outside the fountain, how far below the surface of the water does the

  • 6 Pages Solutions_Final
    Solutions_Final

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  • 9 Pages Ex2_F11
    Ex2_F11

    School: Purdue

    Purdue University PHYS 221 EXAM II 11/6/11 All questions are worth 5 points unless otherwise stated. 1 An electromagnetic wave has an electric field with peak value 250 N/C, What is the average intensity of the wave? (10 points) a) b) c) d) e) 2 0.66 W/m2

  • 7 Pages hints14
    Hints14

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 16 Pages Midterm_2011_SummerA
    Midterm_2011_SummerA

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 11 Pages hints07
    Hints07

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 16 Pages Midterm_2011_SummerB
    Midterm_2011_SummerB

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 5 Pages Midterm_Practice_2011_Summer
    Midterm_Practice_2011_Summer

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 7 Pages hints06
    Hints06

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 7 Pages hints08
    Hints08

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 1 Page Analysis (E4)
    Analysis (E4)

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    Analysis (E4): In this lab we learned about direct current circuits. In a direct current circuit a wire carries the charge from one end of the device to another. A direct current only flows in one direction. Direct currents are created by sources such as

  • 8 Pages hints05
    Hints05

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 10 Pages hints04
    Hints04

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 10 Pages hints03
    Hints03

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 13 Pages Solutions_for_2003_Final
    Solutions_for_2003_Final

    School: Purdue

    Course: General Physics

    A coin is dropped into a fountain of depth 60 cm. To someone standing outside the fountain, how far below the surface of the water does the coin appear to be when it comes to rest? (The refractive index of water is 1.33.) a) 80 cm b) 45 cm c) 1.33 m d

  • 6 Pages Solutions_for_2002_Final
    Solutions_for_2002_Final

    School: Purdue

    Course: General Physics

  • 1 Page Ex2_F04_orange solutions
    Ex2_F04_orange Solutions

    School: Purdue

    Course: General Physics

  • 5 Pages Ex2_F02_white_solutions
    Ex2_F02_white_solutions

    School: Purdue

    Course: General Physics

    Purdue University PHYS221 EXAM II Solutions are marked with a *) 10/31/02 (All questions are worth 5 points unless otherwise stated. There is no penalty for guessing. Attempt all questions to maximize you score. Remember to write your name and SSN on your

  • 21 Pages PracticeFinalSummer2011
    PracticeFinalSummer2011

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 7 Pages vector_review
    Vector_review

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 1 Page Analysis (E6)
    Analysis (E6)

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    Analysis: In this experiment we observed the phenomena of electromagnetic induction. We used Faradays Law to explain how the process works. We observed magnetic flux through coils. We also used Lenzs Law to talk about the polarity of an induced emf. We al

  • 1 Page Analysis
    Analysis

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    Amelia Foreman Tyler King Analysis In Lab 4 we learned the basics of circular motion. We learned that as an object travels in uniform circular motion, then the object is at a constant speed. We also learned that the velocity is constantly changing because

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions. E5
    Conceptual Questions. E5

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    Conceptual Questions: 1. The forces acting on the poles are represented by F=mB. M is the pole strength and B is the strength of the magnetic field. B is constant and has a constant direction and magnitude. The north pole is parallel to B, and the south p

  • 1 Page phys 221 anaylsis 1
    Phys 221 Anaylsis 1

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    PHYS 221 E2Lab: Analysis and Conceptual Questions 9/13/12 Analysis: During this lab we observed electric fields. We used the computer program to place charges in certain locations, and then added field lines, etc. We were able to observe how the electric

  • 1 Page phys 221 CQ.01
    Phys 221 CQ.01

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    Conceptual Questions 1) The resistors in parallel have the smaller net resistance. Series: 10 + 10 = 20 Parallel: 1/(1/10)+(1/10)= 1/(1/5)= 5 2) The source of resistivity is the conducting properties of specific materials. Each material has a material c

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M2
    Conceptual Questions M2

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    Conceptual Questions FA = FB = k q A qB r2 1. 2. NO V= kq = const R According to Gauss's Law, the electric field E inside a charge sphere is zero, while the electric potential V has a constant value inside the sphere, .

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M3
    Conceptual Questions M3

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    Conceptual Questions 1 11 + ab 1. Suppose resistor A is a , and resistor B is b. When they are connected in series, the total resistance is a+b. When they are connect in parallel, the total resistance is . The parallel one is smaller than the series one.

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M10
    Conceptual Questions M10

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    Conceptual Questions 1. Because when decreasing the lens's aperture, photographers can reduce some unnecessary light. So that they can get a sharper image. 2.

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