Physics 210 Final Exam Autumn 2002 Problem 2: Exercise 6 of Chapter 11 For r=0 and r=10 we find a simple attractor point into which the solution decays or spirals. For r=20 the chaotic behavior starts to become apparent. For r=28 chaos sets in around
Persuasive speech outline
Good afternoon, everyone, I am Yujie. Today I will talk something about energy.
Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the demand for energy has increased
dramatically year after year. The majo
Investigation of magnetic field and how torque and magnetic dipole manifested in
a real physical system
Department of Physics, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, United States, 45440
Magnetic field can be generated by Helmholtz coils when c
Take-Home Final Exam Due by noon Thursday, December 11
Open-book, but no collaboration allowed. Please address all questions to me. 1. (Exercise 3-31) By solving the orbital equation, show that for a re
Activity 2: Solution for electric potential due to a ring
Find the electrostatic potential in all space due to a ring with total charge Q and radius R
1 V (r) = 40 For a ring of charge this becomes V (r) = ring 1 (r ) |dr | 40 |r - r | (2)
Electricity and Magnetism Prof. G. Raithel Problem Set 3
Problem 2.7 a): Green's function: Using cartesian coordinates x = (x, y, z), it is 1 (x - x )2 + (y - y )2 + (z - z )2 1 (x - x )2 + (y - y )2 + (z + z )2
Physics 321 Final
May 11, 2005
Professor E. Cheu
0 Clearly Show all of your work.
0 Work: that is scratched out or erased will not be counted.
0 All answers must include units where appropriate.
0 Clearly indicate your answer by
x(0) = 0
for n > 0
Ill C. T. Mullis and R. A. Roberts,