Physics 7C Spring 2015 Discussion Section Notes
Kevin T. Grosvenora,b
a
Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics and Department of Physics
University of California, Berkeley, CA, 94720-7300, USA
b
Theoretical Physics Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Labor
CHE 1510
Dr. Muro
Chapter 4 HW
EACH CORRECT ANSWER IS WORTH l POINT = 65 POINTS. RECORD ANSWERS AND
SECTION NUMBER ON SCANTRON. ERASE COMPLETELY OR USE WHITE-OUT. N0
ADDITIONAL POINTS FOR SCANTRON ERRORS. A=TRUE AND B=FALSE
1. When solid calcium nitrat
Psychology 340
Homework Assignment #6
Due Thursday, November 12, 2015*
Regression
1. A professor obtains SAT scores and freshman grade point averages (GPSAs) for a group of n =
15 college students. The SAT scores have a mean of M = 580 with SS = 22,400 an
Discussion Problems # 9
7C sta sta 2006 April 5, 2006
Problem 1 Problem 1
Discussion Problems
Due in section forsphere =of Nov 1, and Nov 9, 2009 weeks d = sin dd. sin dd.
0 0 0 0 2 2
Find the solid angle (angular Find the solid angle (angular area) subt
Discussion Problems # 10
April 19, 2006 7C sta
Problem 1 Tipler 6-21
7C sta
Discussion Problems The wave functions of a particle in a one-dimensional innite square well are given by,
Due in section for weeks of Nov 16, 2009
April 19, 2006
Problem 1 Tipler
Physics 7c Discussion Problem
1. The Innite Square Well in 2-D (Separation of Variables Review) A particle of mass m is in an innite 2-D square well potential given by: V (x, y ) = 0 for 0 < x < a and 0 < y < b and everywhere else. a. Write down the two d
Discussion Problems
Due in Section week of Oct 19, 2009
Problem 1 Coherent plane wave of wavelength is incident on 3 equally spaced point-like slits, with adjacent slits separated by a distance d. The light passing through these slits then hits a screen f
Discussion Problems
For section week of Aug 26, 2009
Problem 1: Galilean Relativity. Although some of this in the book. try not to look at it! Newtons laws are said to be invariant under so-called Galilean relativity, while Maxwells are invariant under sp
Discussion Problems
Due in section week of Sep 4, 2009
Problem 1: Continuation of last weeks problem Redo the problem of last week, this time, taking there ships to be spaceships moving near the speed of light. Problem 2 An atomic clock, emitting 100 neut
Discussion Problems
For section week of Sep 7, 2009
Problem 1
A physics professor on Earth gives an exam to his students who are on a spaceship traveling at
speed
v
relative to the Earth. The moment the ship passes the Earth the professor signals the star
Discussion Problems
Due in section week of Sept 11, 2009
Problem 1 A particle (at rest) of mass 900 MeV/c2 decays into three particles of (equal) rest mass 100 MeV/c2 . Given that two of the resultant particles have equal momenta and y o at a mutual 90 an
Solutions to WebAssign HW #5 - Giancoli Ch. 35-2, 3, 8, 25, 31, 36, 53, 54, and 80;
2. The angle from the central maximum to the first dark fringe is equal to half the width of the central maximum. Using this angle and Eq. 35-1, we calculate the wavelengt
Physics 7C Section 1 Midterm 2 Solution : Problem 4 a) Wave length of initial photon ( = 50 1012 m) is related to its momentum and energy by hc E= (1) h (2) p= Thus 4-momentum of photon in lab frame is E h p x h p y = 0 0 p z
c
(3)
Since electron is trav
Discussion Problems # 2
Discussion Problems
7C sta
Figure 1: Left: Flat mirror. Right: Convex mirror, radius of curvature r. Note, the curvature has been exaggeratedDue in section week of Sep 28, 2008 for clarity.
January 23, 2006
Problem 2 Problem 1 1 Pr