Learning Objective
In this laboratory we study the graphical, analytical and experimental methods of vector additional.
Using a force table, we measure and experimentally verify the results of the graphical and analytical
method of addition of force vecto
Learning Objectives
In this laboratory activity an Atwoods machine is used to accomplish the following objectives: to
measure the acceleration of the system of two masses and demonstrate that it is directly proportional to
the magnitude of the resultant f
Hooks Law and Spring Constant
Learning Objectives
The objective of this laboratory activity is to study Hookes law and the spring constant using the
static and dynamic method of measurements.
Required Equipment
Hookes law apparatus
Two springs
50 g weight
Learning objectives
In this laboratory activity will explore basic concepts of the projectile motion just justify the
independence of horizontal and vertical directions of motion, understand how gravitational force is
involved with projectile motion and s
Hooks Law and Spring Constant
Learning Objectives
The objective of this laboratory activity is to study Hookes law and the spring constant using the
static and dynamic method of measurements.
Required Equipment
Hookes law apparatus
Two springs
50 g weight
Learning Objectives
In this laboratory activity you explore the relationship between position, velocity, and acceleration for a
motion with constant acceleration. There are two objectives. The first is to measure the velocity of an
object. The second is t
Kareem Jackson
Dispersion of Light and Index of
Refraction
Experiment 16
05/17/17
Objectives
To observe the dispersion of the light and the spectra of different sources of light. To measure the angles
of minimum deviation for a glass prism and thereby det
Kareem Jackson
Reflection and Refraction of Light
Experiment 14
05/05/17
Objectives
To study and to verify experimentally the laws of reflection and the refraction of light. To determine the
angle of the total internal reflection and the index of refracti
Kareem Jackson
Spherical Mirrors and Lenses
Experiment 15
05/10/17
Objectives
In this laboratory activity we study the real images formed by a single concave mirror and a single
converging lens, determine the focal length of a system of two convex (conver
Kareem Jackson
Instantaneous Velocity
Experiment 2
06/06/17
Learning Objectives
In this laboratory activity you investigate the relationship between instantaneous velocity and average
velocity and see how a series of average velocities can be used to dedu
PHYC 4C-001/2 Final Exam study guide (Spring,
2016)
Exam date/time: Wednesday May 25, 2016, 1:00pm3:00pm
Review document for interference/diffraction available on Insight.
Review lectures for mechanical waves and thermodynamics (based on PHYC 2A textbook,
City College San Francisco
Physics 4C
Name:
Spring 2010
Exam 4
The exam consists of 4 problems. Read the entire exam before you begin. You may run
out of time so start with the problems you feel most comfortable with. Each problem is
worth the same amount
City College San Francisco
Physics 4C
Name:
Spring 2010
Exam 1
The exam consists of 4 problems. Read the entire exam before you begin. You may run
out of time so start with the problems you feel most comfortable with. Each problem is
worth the same amount
City College San Francisco
Physics 4C
Name:
Fall 2009
Exam 4
The exam consists of 4 problems. Read the entire exam before you begin. You may run
out of time so start with the problems you feel most comfortable with. Each problem is
worth the same amount o
Physics 43 Midterm I Fall 2015
Name 50 [when S
- mF = 1.67 x 10-27 kg - - e =l.602 x 10- C
I me=9.ll x 10'31 kg I area ofacircle=1tr2
I k =l/(4rt so) = 9.00 x 10" NmVC2 I surface area of sphere = 4an
I so = 8.85 x 10'12 Clern2 I volume of sphere =cfw_ 4/3
Physics 4B
Friday Sept. 19th 2014
Midterm 1
Name_
mp = 1.67 10-27 kg
me = 9.11 10-31 kg
k =1/(4 o) = 9.00 109 Nm2/C2
o = 8.85 10-12 C2/Nm2
e =1.602 10-19 C
area of a circle = r2
surface area of sphere = 4r2
volume of sphere =( 4/3) r3
MULTIPLE CHOICE: Cir
Physics 4B
Final Exam
Fall 2014
Name_
mp = 1.67 10-27 kg
me = 9.11 10-31 kg
k =1/(4 o) = 9.00 109 Nm2/C2
o = 8.85 10-12 C2/Nm2
e =1.602 10-19 C
o = 4 10-7 N/A2
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS (4 points each)
_1. The equivalent resistance for a group of paralle
Final Exam:
Friday Dec. 18th 1pm3pm
Covers all chapters (21-31)
but will concentrate on
chapters 28-31
Based on in-class lectures,
reading assignments,
homework, and quizzes
What to Bring
Calculator (no cell phones)
Three 8 x 11 cheat sheets
Pencil
Big er
Physics 4B
Midterm 2
Name_
mp = 1.67 10-27 kg
me = 9.11 10-31 kg
k =1/(4 o) = 9.00 109 Nm2/C2
o = 8.85 10-12 C2/Nm2
area of circle = r2
e =1.602 10-19 C
MULTIPLE CHOICE (5 points each): Choose the option that best completes the statement or answers the
qu
Shruti Kumar
CCSF
Electricity
Coulumbs Law
! !
= ! ! !
Electric Field
=
!
Electric Field due to a
= !
point charge
Electric field due to a
=
continuous charge
!
Electric field due to an =
2
Quiz 5
Physics 4B
Name_
_1. What is the direction of the force on the charged particle in the following uniform
magnetic field
A. Left
B. Right
v
C. Up
D. Down
E. Into page
F. Out of page
_2. Determine the direction of the force on the charged particle in
Extra Credit 1
Physics 4B
All examples of Gauss's law have used highly symmetrical surfaces where the flux integral is either zero or
EA. Yet we've claimed that the net e = Qin / 0 is independent of the surface. This is worth checking.
The figure shows a
Physics 4BL
Fall 2009
Exam 2 Review Material
Reminders:
You will not be able to use the lab manual, but you will be able to use your lab notebook.
Remember to bring your calculator!
You will be expected to know the following:
Items pertaining to specifi
Physics 4B
Extra Credit 3
Fall 2015
Due Wednesday Dec. 2nd
1% Extra Credit
A square loop of wire of edge length L carries current I.
a. Use the Biot-Savart law to determine the magnetic field produced at a point on the
central perpendicular axis of the lo
Physics 4BL
Fall 2009
Exam 1 Review Material
Things to note:
You will not be able to use the lab manual, but you will be able to use your lab notebook.
The tables with the resistor color codes and the uncertainty formulas of the meters will be
given.
Y
There are two situations below. In each situation, two spheres
are touching each other. A charged rod is brought near. The
spheres are then separated, and the rod is taken away. After the
charged rod is removed, what is the charge on each sphere?
Three in
City College San Francisco
Physics 4C
Name:
Fall 2010
Exam 1
The exam consists of 4 problems. Read the entire exam before you begin. You may run out of
time so start with the problems you feel most comfortable with. Each problem is worth the same
amount o
City College San Francisco
Physics 4C
Name:
Spring 2010
Exam 1
The exam consists of 4 problems. Read the entire exam before you begin. You may run out of time
so start with the problems you feel most comfortable with. Each problem is worth the same amount
City College San Francisco
Physics 4C
Name:
Fall 2011
Exam 1
The exam consists of 4 problems. Read the entire exam before you begin. You may run out of
time so start with the problems you feel most comfortable with. Each problem is worth the same
amount o
City College San Francisco
Physics 4C
Name:
Spring 2011
Exam 1
The exam consists of 4 problems. Read the entire exam before you begin. You may run out of
time so start with the problems you feel most comfortable with. Each problem is worth the same
amount