Gerontology 501: Applied Legal and Regulatory Issues in Aging
Professor: Julia Walsh, J.D.
Email: juliarwa@usc.edu
Phone: 9492925199 (Cell, you can call or text)
Fridays: 10:00 a.m. to 12:50 p.m.
Office Hours: Fridays from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. or by a
Syllabus
Course: GERO 589
Instructor: Dean Emeritus Edward L. Schneider
We are reconstructing GERO 589 to introduce students to careers in gerontology. Each
week will focus on a specific career path that graduates of the Leonard Davis School of
Gerontolog
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PHYS 152 Homework 9 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
26 points
Conceptual Questions: (+6 points, 1 point each part)
*These questions are from the Conceptual Questions (CQ) section of Knight, Chapter 33.*
(a) The induced current will be counterclockwise (ccw). As t
PHYS 152 Homework 6 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
36 points
Conceptual Questions: (+4 points, 1 point each part)
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number of charges passing per unit time must be the sam
PHYS 152 Homework 7 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
36 points
Conceptual Questions: (+7 points, 1 point each part)
(a) 1 > 2 > 1 . A larger resistance makes a larger time constant = , which means it takes
longer for the voltage to decrease. The size of the initia
PHYS 152 Homework 5 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
22 total points
Problem 1: (+3 points)
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PHYS 152 Homework 1 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
21 total points
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(a) The metal ball is a conductor, so charge can easily move across it. When the
positively charged rod is held nearby, mobile electrons in the metal ball are attracted to the
rod and migrate
PHYS 152 Homework 4 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
Problem 1 (+2 pts):
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PHYS 152 Homework 12 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
36 points
Conceptual Questions: (+6 points, 1 point each part)
(a) We are given that
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and the current lags the emf.
(b) The power will increase when the peak current increases. This will
PHYS 152 Homework 11 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
28 points
Conceptual Questions: (+6 points, 1 point each part)
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PHYS 152 Homework 8 Solutions
Dr. MacDonald
26 points
Conceptual Questions: (+6 points, 1 point each part)
(a) The magnetic field of the horizontal wire, with current , encircles the wire. Because the dot is
on the axis of the wire, the input current crea
PHYS 152 Homework 6
Dr. MacDonald
36 points
Due: Tuesday, March 1st 2016 at 8:00am in class
*Remember to include your name, lab day, and lab time at the top of your solutions.*
Conceptual Questions: (+4 points, 1 point each part)
*These are in the "Concep
PHYS 152 Homework 7
Dr. MacDonald
36 points
Due: Tuesday, March 8th 2016 at 8:00am in class
*Remember to include your name, lab day, and lab time at the top of your solutions.*
Conceptual Questions: (+7 points, 1 point each part)
*These are in the "Concep
PHYS 152 Homework 12
Dr. MacDonald
36 points
Due: Friday, April 29th 2016 at 2:00pm in mailbox labeled "PHYS 152 HW DROP OFF Dr. MacDonald",
located in the 2nd floor hallway of SSC (Seaver Science Center), near the bottom right of the mailboxes.
*Remember
PHYS 152 Homework 8
Dr. MacDonald
26 points
Due: Tuesday, March 22nd 2016 at 8:00am in class
*Remember to include your name, lab day, and lab time at the top of your solutions.*
Conceptual Questions: (+6 points, 1 point each part)
*The questions this time
PHYS 152 Homework 4
Dr. MacDonald
24 total points
Due: Tuesday, February 9th at 8:00 am in class. Remember to put your name, lab day, and lab time at the
top of your homework solutions.
Problem 1 (+2 pts):
Find the potential inside and outside a spherical
PHYS 152 Homework 1
Dr. MacDonald
21 total points
Due: Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 7:59am in class.
*Remember to write your name, lab day, and lab time on the top of your HW so that the grader
can return it to you in the proper mailbox slot in the lab
PHYS 152 Homework 9
Dr. MacDonald
26 points
Due: Tuesday, March 29nd 2016 at 8:00am in class
*Remember to include your name, lab day, and lab time at the top of your solutions.*
Conceptual Questions: (+6 points, 1 point each part)
*These questions are fro
PHYS 153 Homework 5
Dr. MacDonald
22 total points
Due: Tuesday, February 16th at 8:00 am in class. Remember to put your name, lab day, and lab time at
the top of your homework solutions.
Problem 1: (+3 points)
Four positive and four negative point charges
PHYS 152 Homework 10
Dr. MacDonald
37 points
Due: Tuesday, April 12th 2016 at 8:00am in class
*Remember to include your name, lab day, and lab time at the top of your solutions.*
Conceptual Questions: (+6 points, 1 point each part)
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PHYS 152 Homework 11
Dr. MacDonald
28 points
Due: Tuesday, April 19th 2016 at 8:00am in class
*Remember to include your name, lab day, and lab time at the top of your solutions.*
Conceptual Questions: (+6 points, 1 point each part)
*All are questions are
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