Physics 2 - Conceptual Physics, 10th ed., by Paul Hewitt (San Francisco, CA: Addison-Wesley, 2009). Written Assignment 3
1. If 200 volts are put across a 300-loop transformer's primary coil: a. What will be the voltage output if the secondary coil had 750
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Group Study Activity 4
Complete the following exercises and probl
Physics 2 - Conceptual Physics, 10th ed., by Paul Hewitt (San Francisco, CA: Addison-Wesley, 2009).
Written Assignment 6 Answer all of the following questions. Do not send in a partially completed assignment. Answer each question as completely as possible
Written Assignment 1
1. In your own words, explain the difference between a conductor, an insulator, and a
semiconductor. Give an example of each to illustrate your comparison.
A conductor is a material that will let electric current pass through easily,
Written Assignment 2
Find the resistance of a light bulb that is connected to a 120-volt line and has a current of
0.5 amps flowing through it.
Voltage / Current = Resistance
120V / 0.5A = 240 ohms
Calculate the electrical power of a lamp that carri
Written Assignment 3
1. If 200 volts are put across a 300-loop transformer's primary coil:
What will be the voltage output if the secondary coil had 750 loops?
200V * 750/300 = 500V
What is the power in the secondary coil if the resistance in this coil is
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Writing Assignment 4
1) State and explain the postulates of the special theory of relativity.
The first postulate for the special theory of relativity is:
All laws of nature are the