Today
Wave properties: interference
and diffraction
Wave properties of light
Light propagation
The speed of light
Electromagnetic waves
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Wave properties
Interference of harmonic waves
Waves are out of phase
Waves are in ph
Today Announcements:
HW#3 is due Wed. (tomorrow) at 8 am. Look for two new extra credit problems on CAPA HW#4 will be due next Wednesday as usual No class on Thursday 2/4 Exam #1 Thurs. Feb. 11 Exam Review in class on Tuesday 2/9
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Today
HW#4 pushed back to 8:00 am Thursday
Exam #1 is on Thursday Feb. 11
Bring a calculator and a #2 pencil
Allowed 1 page notes (front and back)
E=mc2, General Relativity, and exam review
ISP209s10 Lecture 7
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Comments on Exam 1
40 questions, mul
ISP209 Mystery of the Physical World Prof. Scott Bogner
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Course Details Course Syllabus Course Schedule Reading Assignments Lecture Notes
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What is Physics?
Physics - (from the Greek, (phusikos), "natural", and (
Today
Announcements:
HW#1 is due Wednesday by 8:00 am The first LONCAPA extra credit is due 1/27 by 8:00 am. Register your clickers in LON-CAPA
Overrides and Add-Drops
Override period expired on Friday 1/15
The final overrides I granted were on Thursd
Today Announcements:
HW#2 and extra credit #1 is due Wednesday 1/27 by 8:00 am Pls. register your clickers on LONCAPA
A pictorial way to calculate rates of change
Draw a line tangent to the curve at the time you want. The line can be any length. Mark tw
Today
Announcements:
No class on Thursday 2/4 Exam #1 Thursday 2/11 HW#2 (and extra credit #1) is due Wednesday
Review Newton's 1st and 2nd laws of motion Newton's 3rd Law of motion Gravity, Planetary Orbits, and Newton's Universal Law of Gravity and U
Today Announcements:
HW#3 due by 8:00 am Wednesday Exam #1 on Thursday 2/11 No class on Thursday 2/4
Traveling Car Problem from HW#2 Gravity The Newtonian Worldview Vectors (Hints for the boat problem)
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Homework Problem Traveling
Today HW#4 pushed back to 8:00 am Thursday Exam #1 is on Thursday Feb. 11
Bring a calculator and a #2 pencil Allowed 1 page notes (front and back)
E=mc2, General Relativity, and exam review
ISP209s10 Lecture 7
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Comments on Exam 1
40 questions, multi
Today Announcements:
The average on the first exam was 31/40 Exam extra credit is due by 2:00 pm Thursday February 18th. (It opens on LONCAPA today)
The Electric Force Work, Energy and Power
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Exam 1
60 50
Number
40 30 20 10 0 17
Today Exam #1 Review Exam #1 is Thursday Feb. 12 in this room, BPS 1410 The exam is all multiple choice questions. There are a few questions where you will have to use a formula, so bring your calculator. Bring your student ID You will have the full 80
Reminder: Clickers frequency
1. Switch ON your clicker.
2. Press and hold the On/Off (power) button until the blue
light begins flashing.
3. Press the two-letter code (C C). The green light on
your remote indicates that you have successfully set the
remot
Lecture 4
Gravity and Orbits
No office hours this week!
Prof. Richard H. Cyburt
ISP209 Lecture 4
History of Observation of the Stars
Detailed, recorded observations of
the stars go back more than 5000
years. Many star names come
from Babylonian and Chald
Announcement: Clickers frequency
1. Switch ON your clicker.
2. Press and hold the On/Off (power) button until the blue
light begins flashing.
3. Press the two-letter code (C C). The green light on
your remote indicates that you have successfully set the
r
Announcement: Clickers scores
You can find the status of your in class
scores with the clickers on LON-CAPA.
The scores are listed by remote-ID.
Remote-IDs listed in blue appear to be registered and
those in red are not registered yet.
Remote-IDs #0A13
Announcement: Home works
HW 3 is open since yesterday and is due for
Mon Feb 6th at 8 AM.
Scores of HW so far:
Max score: 126/143=0.88
Max score: 124/147=0.84
If you experience difficulties with any aspect of the course, please
dont wait any longer! Com
Announcements
The extra credit allocated for in class
participation with clickers is +5%.
You obtain the full 5% when your participation in
class amounts to at least 75% (i.e. when you
answer to at least 75% of the clicker questions,
regardless of wheth
Today
Force & Acceleration
Work and Energy
Forms of Energy
Power
Prof. Richard H. Cyburt
ISP209 Lecture 5
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Force & Acceleration
Review: Acceleration
Where does the car accelerate?
Look for kinks in the slopes
ISP209 Lecture 5
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Review: Acceleration
Today
Dimensions and Units
Scalars and Vectors
Small and Large Numbers
ISP209 - SS12 - Lecture 1
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Goals
Distinguish dimension from unit
Review unit conversion rules
Distinguish quantities described by
scalars or by vectors
Use of powers of 10 and
Prettymuchknowalltheerasandperiodswithintheeras,
o LateProterozoic(LadyPlease)*firstanimaltraces*
o Paleozoic(PleaseCanOrvalSurviveDenyingCameronPizza)
Cambrian*Lifeexplosioninoceans*Firstfish*
Ordovician
Silurian
Devonian(420355)AgeoftheFish
Carbon
Today Announcements:
HW#5 is due by 8:00 am Wed. Feb. 24th. Note extra credit #3 is still open (due 24th) Final Exam is Tues. May 4 12:45-2:45pm
Work, Energy, Power recap Temperature, Heat, and Entropy Second Law of Thermodynamics and the arrow of time
Today
Announcements:
HW and Extra credit #3 due 2/25
HW hints + Recap the 2nd law of thermodynamics Electric and Magnetic Forces and their unification the Force Field concept
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HW #5 Hints
Hint: Questions 1,2 use Conservation of
Today
Announcements:
HW#10 is due Fri 4/23 8:00 am Exam #3 Thurs. April 29 Final Exam will be on CAPA (take-home)
Dark Matter and Dark Energy String Theory as a theory of everything
PBS NOVA "The Elegant Universe"
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Links to vid
Exam #3
Exam #3 is Thursday 4/29 in this room
You can bring 2 page of notes (front and back)
Bring your calculator and a #2 pencil
Exam 3 covers material from 4/1 onward
(only 8 lectures)
Consequently, no extra credit for Exam 3
NOTE: Last HW (# 11) due
Today Exam #1 Review
Exam #1 is Thursday Feb. 12 in this room,
BPS 1410
The exam is all multiple choice questions.
There are a few questions where you will have
to use a formula, so bring your calculator.
Bring your student ID
You will have the full 80 m
Vector Problem
Which of the following is not a vector:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Position
Velocity
Mass
Force
Momentum
Vectors have a magnitude (60 mph) and direction (East). Scalars
have only a value (4 kg).
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Clicker?: Picture of the flight of
Today
Announcements:
HW#10 is due Fri 4/23 8:00 am
Exam #3 Thurs. April 29
Final Exam will be on CAPA (take-home)
Dark Matter and Dark Energy
String Theory as a theory of everything
PBS NOVA The Elegant Universe
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Links to vi
Today
Announcements:
HW#9 is due April 15 at 8am
Exam 3 on April 30 (Thursday)
Final exam will be on CAPA like exam 2
Black holes, Worm holes, and White holes
Life in the Universe Are we alone?
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Einstein Equations predict Blac
Today
Announcements:
HW#9 is due Friday April 16 at 8am
Exam 3 on April 29 (Thursday)
Final exam will be on LONCAPA
Black holes, Worm holes, and White holes
New topic: Life in the universe, are we alone?
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Large Mass in a smal
ISP 209L Lab 7: Electronic Circuits
Your Name _
Section _
Objectives
To test the properties of electrical circuits by combining resistors in series (one continuous line) and
parallel (loops of pathways), and to observe the effects of magnetic forces. More