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An Introduction to the Oscilloscope and Time Varying Currents Purpose: To introduce the oscilloscope as an instrument for measuring voltage differences in both DC and AC circuit, and using it to study time-dependent voltages in circuits which include

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###### Lab 2 PH

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Free Fall Velocities Objective: To examine the principles of uniform acceleration in one dimension by systematic measurements of a falling body's position and instantaneous velocity. We are testing Theory: We are testing for the value of the constant

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###### lab 3 Ph 30

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Force and Acceleration Objective: In this experiment we will be calculating the force of an object by determining its acceleration. We will use varying masses, coupled with Newton's Second Law of motion, which states that force is the product of an o

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PHYS 0030 Fall 2011 Midterm #1 October 5, 2011 Name _ Student ID_ Please do not begin until told to do so. Absolutely no talking to each other during the exam. If you have any questions, raise your hand for assistance. You are allowed to use only a calcul

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###### exam3-3

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PHYS 0030 Fall 2011 Final Exam December 19, 2011 Name _ Student ID_ Please do not begin until told to do so. Absolutely no talking to each other during the exam. If you have any questions, raise your hand for assistance. You are allowed to use only a calc

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Course: Intro To Physics

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PHYS 0040 Exam 1 25 February 2009 Calculators may be used but no books or other written materials. Answer all ve questions and show the steps leading to your answers. Credit will be given based on evidence of your understanding of the material. Be sure to

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###### exam1_2007_sol

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Physics 4 Exam I March 1,2007 Calculators may be used, but no books or other written materials. Answer all four questions and show the steps leading to your answers. Credit will be given based on evidence of your understanding of the material. Be sure to

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###### exam1_2006_sol

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Course: Intro To Physics

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###### exam1_2006

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4 P hysics Exam I March1 ,2006 m Calculators ay b e u sed,b ut n o b ooks o r o therw ritten m aterials. A nswer a ll four q uestions nd s how t he s tepsl eadingt o y our a nswers.C redit w ill b e g iven b asedo n a a o evidence f y our u nderstanding f

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Course: Introductory Physics

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PHYS0030 FINAL EXAM December 15, 2012 This exam consists of EIGHT problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the calcul

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###### Homework #1

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PHYS0030 Fall 2013 HW#1 Problems due Friday September 13, 2013 Chapter 1 1.42 You hire a printer to print concert tickets. He delivers them in circular rolls labeled as 1000 tickets each. You want to check the number of tickets in each roll without counti

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###### Homework #9-1

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PHYS0030 Fall 2013 HW#9 Problems due Friday November 8, 2013 Chapter 10 10.36 Kramer goes bowling and decides to employ the force of gravity to pick up a spare. He rolls the 7.0-kg bowling ball very slowly so that it comes to rest a center-to-center dista

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###### Homework #8

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PHYS0030 Fall 2013 HW#8 Problems due Friday November 1, 2013 Chapter 8 8.100 Astro Calculate the angular momentum of Earth as it orbits the Sun. Recall that the mass of Earth is 5.98 1024 kg, the distance between Earth and the Sun is 1.50 1011 m, and the

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PHYS0030 EXAM #2 November 5, 2012 This exam consists of SIX problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the calculations

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###### Exam3_PHY0030_Fall_2012_solutions_final

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PHYS0030 FINAL EXAM - SOLUTIONS December 15, 2012 This exam consists of EIGHT problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, includin

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PHYS0030 EXAM #2 - SOLUTIONS November 5, 2012 This exam consists of SIX problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the

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###### exam3_solutions-3

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PHYS 0030 Fall 2011 Final Exam December 19, 2011 Name _ Student ID_ Please do not begin until told to do so. Absolutely no talking to each other during the exam. If you have any questions, raise your hand for assistance. You are allowed to use only a calc

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PHYS0030 EXAM #1 October 2, 2012 This exam consists of SIX problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the calculations,

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PHYS 0030 Fall 2011 Makeup Midterm #1 October 11, 2011 Name _ Student ID_ Please do not begin until told to do so. Absolutely no talking to each other during the exam. If you have any questions, raise your hand for assistance. You are allowed to use only

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PHYS0030 EXAM #1 October 2, 2012 This exam consists of SIX problems with multiple parts. All answers must be expressed in terms of the given variables and with correct units. YOU MUST SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK IN YOUR EXAM BOOKLET, including the calculations,

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Course: BASIC PHYSICS 1

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###### lab 5

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Reflections, Regractions and Lenses Objective: To examine and understand the effect of different media and how they produce discontinuities in direction through reflection and refraction. Procedure: Part I 1) Position the light source on the left end

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###### PHConcept Q

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1. 2 aluminized spheres of equal radii hang by insulating threads. Using a glass rod and a piece of silk, how do you insure the two spheres receive exactly the same charge? A: Rub the rod with the silk and induce charge on the rod. Set up the spheres

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