Exam 1:
Monday Oct. 2nd
Chapters 2-7 & 9
Based on in-class lectures,
reading assignments, and
homework
30 multiple choice
questions
questions emphasize
understanding of concepts
What to Bring
Pe
Chapters 26 & 27: Properties of
Light and Color
Electric Field
The space around every electrically charged
body is filled with an electric field. The electric
field has both magnitude and direction.
E
Chapter 28:
Reflection
and
Refraction
Reflection
The angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection.
In optics, always measure
the angle from the normal!
Reflection
A virtual image is formed behind
Linear Motion
Linear motion is motion in one dimension. The object moves
back and forth in a straight line.
Physical Quantities
Position an objects location
Speed change in position with time
Velocity
Gravity
Newtons Law of Universal Gravitation
Every body in the Universe attracts every other body
with a force that is directly proportional to the
product of their masses and inversely proportional
Chapters 20: Sound
Introductory Question
When you blow gently across the top of a
particular soda bottle, it emits a tone. If you
replace the air in the bottle with helium and
then blow gently across
Chapter 19
Vibrations and Waves
Equilibrium
Stable
Unstable
Repetitive
Motions
An object with a stable equilibrium tends to
oscillate about that equilibrium
This oscillation entails at least two typ
Skating 1
Welcome back to
Physics 10
Skating 2
Sir Isaac
Newton
1642 1727
Formulated the basic
laws of mechanics
Discovered the Law of
Universal Gravitation
Invented a form of
calculus
Made many
Momentum
Momentum
Momentum is
a conserved quantity (cant create or destroy)
a directed (vector) quantity
momentum = mass velocity
The faster I go, the more momentum I have
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Newtons Second Law
The net force exerted on an object is equal to
the product of that objects mass times its
acceleration. That acceleration is in the same
direction as the force.
force = mass x acce
Chapter 22:
Electrostatics
When charge builds up on a
surface (electricity at rest).
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Introductory Question
A woman rubs her feet on the carpet and
gives a sho
PHYC 10-001
Exam 1
Fall 2017
MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the option that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Which of the following is an accurate statement of Newtons first law?
(A)
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 gra
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 di
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
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 gravi
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
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 i
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
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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
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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, deter
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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
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 mechanic
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
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