Angrika Dharmapla
A Biographical Sketch
by
Bhikkhu Sangharakshita
Wheel No. 70 / 72
Copyright Kandy, Buddhist Publication Society, (1952, 1956, 1964, 1983)
BPS Online Edition (2007)
Digital Transcription Source: Buddhist Publication Society
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Tenrikyo Ministers in America
AKIHIRO YAMAKURA
In the period leading up to the U.S.-Japanese war (World War II), the U.S.
government had been increasingly suspicious ofJapanese religions practiced
in Hawaii and the mai
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PHY2250 - Electronics & Circuit Theory Test 2 Practice Test
Questions 1 and 2 refer to the following oscilloscope traces:
#1
Volts/div: 0.5V
Time/div: 20s
#2
Volts/div: 0.1 mV
Time/div: 2s
1. (12 points) Identify each of these characteristics/values for t
PHY2250 "Homework 6". Dr. Hawleys answers.
1. Part of the crossover for a 2-way loudspeaker system has a capacitance of 2 F and a
resistance of 1 k, and has the following schematic:
Vout
Vs
~
a. What is the time constant for this part of the circuit?
b. C
PHY2250 - Electronics & Circuit Theory Practice Test 2
Show all work
Turn off (OFF) all cell phones
Answer on separate paper. Hand in this sheet separately.
Answers on this sheet will not be considered.
100 points total
Questions 1 and 2 refer to the foll
PHY2250 HW3 Answers
1. Find a formula for a loaded voltage divider, i.e. find VOUT as a function of VS, R1, R2, and R3:
R1
VS
R2
VOUT
VOUT
R3
1
"1
R23
1%
= VS
, R23 = $ + '
R1 + R23
# R2 R3 &
2. Shown below is a circuit for providing a variety of output v
PHY2250 - Electronics & Circuit Theory, "Practice" Test 1
Charge on the electron: -1.602 x 10-19 C
Part I. Multiple Choice: For these questions, simply giving the answer will do, i.e. you do not
need to show your work.
1. (4 points) One coulomb-per-second
PHY2250 - HW 4 - "AC, & Cap Intro"
1. Signal A has an amplitude of 3V. Signal B has the same frequency as Signal A, but
has an amplitude of 6V and a phase shift of 90 degrees relative to Signal A. Before
he can apologiiiiiiiize, "Timbaland" plugs both sig
PHY2250 "Homework 6". Dr. Hawleys answers.
1. Part of the crossover for a 2-way loudspeaker system has a capacitance of 2 F and a
resistance of 1 k, and has the following schematic:
Vout
~
Vs
a. What is the time constant for this part of the circuit?
b. C
Seed = 3324. (If you are not the instructor, you can ignore the seed.)
Problem 1. A light bulb passes 515 mA of current when 139 V is applied.
a. What is the bulb's effective resistance?
b. How much power is the bulb using?
Problem 2. If an electric compa
Seed = 3324. (If you are not the instructor, you can ignore the seed.)
* SOLUTION(S) *
Problem 1. A light bulb passes 515 mA of current when 139 V is applied.
a. What is the bulb's effective resistance?
b. How much power is the bulb using?
R = V / I = (13
Seed = 3324. (If you are not the instructor, you can ignore the seed.)
Problem 1. The smallest unit of a compound is:
a) an electron
b) an element
c) a neutron
d) a molecule
Problem 2. Describe the difference between a chemically inert element and a semic
Seed = 3324. (If you are not the instructor, you can ignore the seed.)
* SOLUTION(S) *
Problem 1. The smallest unit of a compound is:
a) an electron
b) an element
c) a neutron
d) a molecule
The correct answer is d) a molecule
Problem 2. Describe the diffe
PHY2010: Simple Harmonic Motion
Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) is an indispensable paradigm for understanding a wide
variety of physical phenomena, including much of acoustics.
The canonical system demonstrating SHM is a mass m connected to a spring with sp
AET Physics 2010 Test 2
Show all work
100 points
Turn off all cell phones.
Use 1140 ft/s for the speed of sound in air.
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Select the answer you deem most correct. No need to show work.
1. (5 points) At 10m from a source the SIL is 1
Seed = 234. * SOLUTION(S) *
Test 1 - Practice, Physics 2010, Fall 2012, Dr. Hawley
Use 345 m/s as the speed of sound.
1. (5 points) The speed of light is 3.0e+8 m/s. What frequency of light corresponds to a wavelength of 5.56e-07
m?
a) 2.7e+14 Hz
b) 1.35e
PHY2010 HW9 - Modes - Answers.
1. (1 point) Describe the gist of the "small room problem."
Small rooms tend to have the "B" frequency region (see question #2) well into the
range of (low) audible frequencies. The modal density at these frequencies is thus
PHY2010 HW 7
1. To what must the decay variations in Everest Figure 11-8 be attributed?
Answer: The random nature of the noise signal.
2. What assumptions are implied when we speak of a "reverberation time"?
Answer: High modal density, which implies unifo
PHY2010 HW9 Modes
1. (1 point) Describe the gist of the "small room problem."
2. (2 points) Name and describe the four frequency regions associated with modes in a
room.
3. (2 points) What is meant by these three terms: axial, tangential, oblique? Which o
PHY2010 HW 7
1. To what must the decay variations in Everest Figure 11-8 be attributed?
2. What assumptions are implied when we speak of a "reverberation time"?
3. What is an "electroacoustically coupled" space?
4. What does Everest recommend for the reve
PHY2010 HW 3 Fall 2013 - Answers
Use 345 m/s for the speed of sound
1. In a given string, the tension is 200N and the mass per unit length is 0.1 kg/m. What is the wave speed?
a) 20 m/s
b) 45 m/s
c) 450 m/s
d) 2000 m/s
v=
T
200 N
=
= 44.7 m/s 45m/s
0.1 kg
PHY2010 HW 6.
1. Match the following acoustical concepts with their definitions
Liveness
Shadows
Texture
Brilliance
Clarity
Focusing
Fullness
Blend
External noise
Intimacy
Echoes
a. First reflected sound arrives <20ms after direct
b. Large reflected sound
PHY2010 Activity/Homework 5: Logarithms, SIL & SPL
The response of the human ear to sound intensity is roughly logarithmic. Thus we use a log-base-ten scale,
called the deciBel (dB) scale, in which we describe the ratio of a given sound intensity I to som
Name:_
AET Physics 2010, Practice Final Exam
Show all work. Turn off all cell phones.
Use 1130 ft/s for the speed of sound in air.
Multiple Choice (40 points): Circle the "best" answer. No need to show your work
Questions 1 & 2: A power line is 5 m long,
PHY2010 HW 6. Dr. Hawleys Answers
1. Match the following acoustical concepts with their definitions
Liveness h.
Shadows j.
Texture f.
Brilliance g.
Clarity i.
Focusing c.
Fullness e.
Blend k.
External noise d.
Intimacy a.
Echoes b.
a. First reflected soun
PHY2010 Activity/Homework 5: Logarithms, SIL & SPL
The response of the human ear to sound intensity is roughly logarithmic. Thus we use a log-base-ten scale,
called the deciBel (dB) scale, in which we describe the ratio of a given sound intensity I to som
Name:_
AET Physics 2010, Practice Final Exam
Show all work. Turn off all cell phones.
Use 1130 ft/s for the speed of sound in air.
Multiple Choice (40 points): Circle the "best" answer. No need to show your work
Questions 1 & 2: A power line is 5 m long,
PHY2010 HW 3 Fall 2013 . Show your work. Answer on separate paper
Use 345 m/s for the speed of sound
1. In a given string, the tension is 200N and the mass per unit length is 0.1 kg/m. What is the wave
speed?
a) 20 m/s
b) 45 m/s
c) 450 m/s
d) 2000 m/s
2.