02.01 Regions Chart and Written Response
The Second Industrial Revolution affected the regions of the United States differently.
Use this chart to compare the effects of the revolution on the North, S
6.17: SNELL'S LAW
Procedure:
1 Get familiar with the simulation. Ensure you are using the Ray
setting in the Laser View mode and the material the laser is
coming from is air. Make sure the normal is s
Table 1: Series
Resistanc Current
e (ohms) (amps)
Voltage
Voltage
Voltage
calculated measured measured
(Volts)
(Volts)
(Volts)
1
10 ohms
.25 amps
2.5 volts
2.52 volts .625
watts
2
20 ohms
.25 amps
5 v
7.16 Radioactivity Dating Lab
1. Graph the Number of Nuclei in the Sample versus the Halflife Number. If the sample has 1/8 of the radioactive nuclei
left, how many half-lives would the sample have go
7.19 COSMOLOGY
Out of the three experiments that are used to confirm the Big Bang theory, I
believe that the Sea of Background radiation is the most fascinating. In my
opinion I find it crazy yet amaz
2.01 Revolutionary Ideas
Panels Guide
Alyssa Delmonico
February 15th
Mrs. Martin
Get to know the Declaration of Independence.
2
The Declaration of Independence declares the decision of separating
the
Exercise for the lecture
Experimental Physics I
(Prof. Dr. R. Seidel)
Seminar Assistants: Dominik Kauert, Jingjing Ye, Andrey Krivoy, Hans Kubitschke
Issue date: 09/12/2016
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Homework 6, Mathematics 1
submit by 21.11.
Only problems 2, 4ace, 6, 7ad, and 8cd will be graded.
Problem 1: Using the properties of the exponential function, show that for
any a > 0, x > 0 and R, it
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Homework 12, Mathematics 1
submit by 16.1.
Only problems 1, 2, 3ac, 4bc, 5bcdf, 6c, and 8 will be graded.
R
Problem 1: Show that 1 sinx x dx
(a) [3 points] converges;
Hint: Integrate by parts.
(b) [3*
Homework 9, Mathematics 1
submit by 12.12.
Only problems 3de*, 4ace, 5, 6ad will be graded.
Problem 1: Compute the Taylor polynomial of nth order Pn (x) at x0 = 0 for
the function f (x) = cosh x. Do t
Homework 13, Mathematics 1
submit by 23.1.
Only problems 1ab, 4b, 5ac, 6, 7bc, and 9b will be graded.
Problem 1: Which of the following series of functions converge uniformly on
specified intervals?
(
Homework 11, Mathematics 1
submit by 9.1.
Only problems 1adf, 2bd, 3, 6, 7ace, 8, and 9ace will be graded.
Problem 1: Use substitutions to compute the following integrals:
Z 2
x
(a) [2 points]
dx,
1
+
Homework 8, Mathematics 1
submit by 5.12.
Only problems 1d, 2bcd, 3, 4a, 6, 7abde and 8* will be graded.
Problem 1: Identify the intervals on which the following functions are monotone increasing:
(a)
Exercise for the lecture
Experimental Physics I
(Prof. Dr. R. Seidel)
Seminar Assistants: Dominik Kauert, Jingjing Ye, Andrey Krivoy, Hans Kubitschke
Issue date: 13/01/2016
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Exercise for the lecture
Experimental Physics I
(Prof. Dr. R. Seidel)
Seminar Assistants: Dominik Kauert, Jingjing Ye, Andrey Krivoy, Hans Kubitschke
Issue date: 16/12/2016
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Homework 5, Mathematics 1
submit by 14.11.
Only problems 2, 3adf, 5 and 6 will be graded!
Problem 1: Prove that
1
lim (1 + x) x = e.
x0
1
, prove that
Hint: Proceed as in the lecture for limx0+ . If n
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Homework 10, Mathematics 1
submit by 19.12.
Only problems 1acdg, 2acdf, 4ac, and 5 will be graded.
Problem 1: Use substitutions to compute the following indefinite integrals,
always stating the maxima
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ur Theoretische Physik
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Theoretical Physics 1: Classical Mechanics
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Homework 3, Mathematics 1
submit by 2.11. (Wednesday)
Problem 1 [2 points]: Prove that for all n N and k N such that 1 k n,
n+1
n
n
=
+
.
k
k
k1
Problem 2: Use mathematical induction to prove that f
Homework 14, Mathematics 1
submit by 30.1.
Only problems 1, 2abc, 3, 5, 8 and 9 will be graded.
Problem 1 [3 points]: Use the trigonometric or exponential form of complex
numbers to compute
3
1 i 3 (
Exercise for the lecture
Experimental Physics I
(Prof. Dr. R. Seidel)
Seminar Assistants: Dominik Kauert, Jingjing Ye, Andrey Krivoy, Hans Kubitschke
Issue date: 02/12/2016
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Exercise for the lecture
Experimental Physics I
(Prof. Dr. R. Seidel)
Seminar Assistants: Dominik Kauert, Jingjing Ye, Andrey Krivoy, Hans Kubitschke
Issue date: 06/01/2016
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Homework 15, Mathematics 1
submit by 1.2.
Only problems 1b, 2b, 3bc, and 4a will be graded.
Problem 1: Let F be a field. Prove that
(a) The multiplicative identily 1 is unique in F , i. e. , if for so
Homework 4, Mathematics 1
submit by 7.11.
Problem 1 [3 points]: For a function f : R R, formulate the exact definition
of when we say that limx f (x) = +. Give an example of a function with
this behav
Information: Exam TP
09.02.2017 10:00-11:30, Th. HS
Topics: as covered in the lecture, emphasis on physical problems (mathematical methods needed to
solve)
Aids allowed: scientific calculator, pen
Pre
Kristen Shamburger
English 1301
Dr. Williams
6/24/16
The Vocabulary Assignment
1. Indignant
a. feeling or showing anger or annoyance as what is perceived as unfair treatment
b. Kelly was indignant at