Problem Assignment 2
Phys 256 2014
Due Wednesday, January 29th 4 pm Physical dropbox (near Phy 211) OR online
dropbox 118 marks
1) If you did not get full marks on Problem set 1, #7 resubmit a solution. 10 marks
2) a) Write an expression in Cartesian coor
Problem Assignment 2
Phys 256 2014
th
Due Wednesday, January 29 4 pm Physical dropbox (near Phy 211) OR online
dropbox 118 marks
1) If you did not get full marks on Problem set 1, #7 resubmit a solution. 10 marks
In each part, draw a phasor diagram to rep
Problem Set 2: Phys 256 Fall 2015
Submit online or Place in Phys 256 box, Physics 2nd floor Tuesday September 29th at 4pm
Total marks 85
1) Do 3.7 a), b), c). The wave has a wavelength of 550nm. 8 marks In part d), write E r , t and
B r , t 4 marks. Assum
Physics 256 Assignment 3 Fall 2015
Submit online or Place in Phys 256 box, Phys 2nd floor Tuesday Oct 6th by 4pm
46 MARKS
Question 4 from Problem Set 2: 4) a)3.19
e) What is the force applied on a reflecting surface? 2 marks
f) What momentum is carried pe
Phys 256
Problem Assignment 4 New Questions 7 and 10
Due Tuesday, Oct 13th, 2015 4pm 71 marks total
1) Hecht 4.2- relative means the ratio of the amounts scattered. 3 marks
2) Hecht 4.7 Draw a diagram and use similar triangle geometry. See posted websites
Problem Set 2: Phys 256 Solution Fall 2015 For Students
Total marks:84
1) Do 3.7a), b) and c) The wave has a wavelength of 550nm. 8 marks In part d), write E r , t
and B r , t . Assume that the fields are zero at y=0 and t=0. Put in appropriate units
a) c
Physics 256 Assignment 3 Fall 2015
Submit online or Place in Phys 256 box, Phys 2nd floor Tuesday Oct 6th by 4pm
Total marks 46 marks
Problem set 2: Q4 e),f) and g)
d) What is the total energy of the pulse assuming a single wavelength (this then uses the
OPTICS LAB NOTES
Summary
1. Dispersion of glass by method of minimum deviation
2. The astronomical telescope
3. The Michelson interferometer
4. Fraunhofer Diffraction and Yonges interference
5. The plane diffratction grating
Lab 1: Dispersion of Glass by
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PHYS256 Assignment 2
Practice Problem Set 2
Due October 13
On the day that homework is due, you must turn in your homework to your TAs office
(Allison in QNC4101) before 6pm. If she is not there just slide the homework und
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PHYS256 Practice Problem Set 1
Practice Problem Set 1
Not for credit
1
Manipulations of a single complex number
For complex numbers
z1 = 2 + 2i
z4 = ei4
z2 = 4 cos
+ i sin
3
3
i 92
z5 = e
z3 = 3i
z6 = 2,
(1)
find the f
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PHYS256 Assignment 1
Assignment 1
Due September 29
On the day that homework is due, you must turn in your homework to your TAs office
(Allison in QNC4101) before 6pm. If she is not there just slide the homework under the
door.
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PHYS256 Practice Problem Set 1 (solutions) v0.3
Practice Problem Set 1
Not for credit
1
Manipulations of a single complex number
For complex numbers
z1 = 2 + 2i
z4 = ei4
z2 = 4 cos
+ i sin
3
3
9
z5 = ei 2
z3 = 3i
z6 = 2,
(1
Physics 256 Assignment 3 Winter 2014
Submit online or Place in Phys 256 box, Phys 2nd floor Friday January 31st, 2014
by 4pm
1 Extension of Hecht Problem 3.14 What is the photon flux from the light bulb in
this question assuming negligible heat loss and a
Physics 256 Assignment 8 solution
Due: Friday, April 3rd, 2014 4:00 pm in the drop box Physics 2nd floor or
electronically 108 marks
1) Calculate the exit pupil position and size: In the picture, fi of lens 2 is 24 cm. and the
aperture stop is 8 cm from t
Physics 256 Assignment 3 Winter 2014
Submit online or Place in Phys 256 box, Phys 2nd floor January 31st, 2014, by 4pm
TOTAL MARKS 43
1 Follow up question from Hecht Problem 3.14
b) What is the photon flux from the light bulb in 3.14 assuming negligible h
Physics 256 Assignment 1 Winter 2014
Submit online or Place in Phys 256 box, Phys 2nd floor near room 211
Thursday January 16th, 2014 by 4pm
82 Marks
1) Hecht question 3.14. See slide 9 lecture 1. 5 marks
2) Hecht question: 2.2 3 marks
3) Do 2.12- Then if
Physics 256 Assignment 1 Winter 2014
Submit online or Place in Phys 256 box, Phys 2nd floor near room 211
Thursday January 16th, 2014 by 4pm
82 Marks
Hecht question 3.14.
irradiance
I = Power = 20 W = 5 W 1.59 W/m2
A
4(1)2 m2 m2
2
Note: A=4r
5marks
3 mark
Physics 256 Assignment 4 Fall 2014
Due: Friday, February 7th, 2014 4:00 pm in the drop box on Physics 2nd floor or
electronically 64 marks
Additional question similar to but shorter than #2a) assignment 2: If k is along a
line from the origin through the
Physics 256/ECE 404 Assignment 5
Due: Thursday, February 15th, 2014 4:00 pm in the drop box Physics or electronically
69 marks
If you did not get perfect on the final question of problem set 3, redo the question and
hand in with this problem assignment. 4
Physics 256 Assignment 6
Due: Friday, March 7th, 2014 4:00 pm in the drop box 2nd floor Physics or
electronically 95 marks
1) Construct the three reflections seen in the two mirrors below. Construct rays to show
which images are visible to the eye in the
Physics 256 Assignment 4 Fall 2014
Due: Friday, February 7th, 2014 4:00 pm in the drop box on Physics 2nd floor or
electronically 64 marks
Additional question similar to but shorter than #2a) assignment 2: If k is along a
line from the origin through the
Physics 256/ECE 404 Assignment 5
Due: Thursday, February 15th, 2014 4:00 pm in the drop box Physics or electronically
69 marks
If you did not get perfect on the final question of problem set 3, redo the question and
hand in with this problem assignment. 4
Physics 256 Assignment 6
Due: Friday, March 7th, 2014 4:00 pm in the drop box 2nd floor Physics or
electronically 95 marks
1) Construct the three reflections seen in the two mirrors below. Construct rays to show
which images are visible to the eye in the
Physics 256 Assignment 8
Due: Friday, April 3rd, 2014 4:00 pm in the drop box Physics 2nd floor or
electronically 107 marks
1) Calculate the exit pupil position and size: In the picture, fi of lens 2 is 24 cm. and the
aperture stop is 8 cm from the 2nd le
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PHYS256 Practice Problem Set 2
Practice Problem Set 2
1
Coordinate change (reference Block 1 Section 1.2.1)
Convert the following functions to cylindrical and spherical coordinates:
p
f1 (x, y, z) = x2 + y 2 + z 2
f2 (x, y