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Multipie Choice Questions
1. A block with a mass M is attached to a spring with a spring constant k. The block
under
CHECK LIST
At the end of this lecture you should
Be able to state the 2 conditions for static
equilibrium of a rigid body
Understand what is meant by rigid body
Understand the nature of friction and that
it is a contact force proportional to the
normal re
UPCSE Maths Course
Week: 0
Problem Sheet 0
Topic:
(based on Lecture 0)
1. Prove that (cot + cosec )2 =
Trigonometry (Self Study).
1 + cos
.
1 cos
2. Use the formula for cos(A + B ) to show that cos2 =
1
(cos 2 + 1).
2
3. Express 2 cos 2 3 sin 2 in the f
UPCSE Maths Course
Week: 4
Problem Sheet 4
Topics:
(based on Lectures 7 and 8)
1. Find
Rules of Dierentiation
dy
if:
dx
(iii)
y=
ex
sin x
1 + cos x
1 + sin x
(vi)
y=
x2 + a2
x2 a2
(viii)
y = log10 x2 + 1
(ix)
y = sin cos tan (x2 + 4)
(xi)
y = e3x ln 2x
(x
UPCSE Maths Course
Week: 3
Problem Sheet 3
Topics:
(based on Lectures 5 and 6)
Derivatives and its physical interpretation
Note:
Velocity, density, current, power, and temperature gradient in physics; rate of reaction and compressibility in chemistry; rat
UPCSE Maths Course
Week: 3
Problem Sheet 3
Topics:
(based on Lectures 5 and 6)
Derivatives and its physical interpretation
Note:
Velocity, density, current, power, and temperature gradient in physics; rate of reaction and compressibility in chemistry; rat
UPCSE Maths Course
Week: 2
Problem Sheet 2
Topics:
(based on Lectures 3 and 4)
Remainder Theorem, Factor Theorem, and Binomial Theorem
1. Find the quotient q (x) and the remainder r(x) that result when p(x) is divided by s(x).
( i)
p( x ) = x 4 + 3 x 3
(i
CHECKLIST
Be able to define angular momentum in its 3D and 2D
form
Be able to define the moment of inertia of a rigid body
or system of point particles
Understand the link between angular momentum,
moment of inertia and angular speed
Be able to define
Vectors and Scalars Lecture
At the end of this lecture you should
Understand the difference between a vector and a scalar
Have examples of physical quantities represented by vectors and
scalars
Understand how to add and subtract vectors
Know what a result
Dimension and Units
At the end of this lecture you should:
Understand what a physical dimension is and what physical
units are and the correspondence between them in the SI
system.
Know what the base SI units are and what they measure.
Know the difference
Physics Projects and the Prime
Ministers visit
In connection with the Kazakhstan Prime
ministers visit to the University, the
leaders of the following Physics project
teams should meet Steve in the Physics
office between 12.00 pm and 2.00 pm
today, 5th D
L 16 Interference
At the end of this lecture you should:
Understand the principle of superposition
Understand coherent and monochromatic
Know constructive and destructive interference
demonstrate the mathematical result of the
superposition of two plane w
At the end of this lecture you should
Understand that a wave is a means of transferring energy by
means of an oscillation or vibration
Have a qualitative and quantitative understanding of what a
periodic function is
Understand what is meant by transverse
SHM: Simple
Harmonic Motion
Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)
At the end of this lecture you should
Understand what is meant by a differential
equation (DE)
Be able to solve the DE for SHM by using a trial
solution
Be able to work problems regarding Simple
CPS Physics
Treatment of Errors and Uncertainties in
Laboratory Book Submissions
Introduction
In experimental physics an error does NOT mean a mistake.
An error is the uncertainty in a measurement or it is the uncertainty in a result that is
calculated fr
Data collection activity
In groups, make measurements so that
g can be calculated in two different
ways. Every student must take a
complete data set to the next PSC. The
equations to be used are as follows:
l
T = 2
g
12
s = gt
2
Simple pendulum
Attach a b
L 9 Circular Motion
Be able to define angular speed, centripetal acceleration,
centripetal force and
Appreciate why an object moving in a circle must have a
force acting on it
Understand the direction and nature of both the
centripetal force and
Under
Torque, Moment and Couple
At the end of this lecture you should
Understand what is meant by a torque (moment
of a force)
Be able to perform calculations to demonstrate
your understanding
Understand what is meant by a couple and be
able to perform calcu
At the end of this lecture you should:
Have revised: the ideas of kinetic energy and potential
energy
Define work, both in English and as an equation
Be able to define the vector scalar product
Understand that work is energy in transfer
Begin to know
Items of Note
Test tomorrow on L1-4, PSC 1-4, CW 1-2
Be there at 1.55 pm; you should know where!
Please RESPECT the LECTURE time
Students late for lectures are asked not to attend.
Please remember Project groups meet this week.
You should know when and
Items to Know
Test on L1-4, PSC 1-4 and CW 1-2
Next Tuesday
CW 2 will be available outside the physics
office after 12 noon today
As of next week, Lecture groups will be
split and there will now be a fourth lecture
room 2-407. Check your e-mail or
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UPC
Physics
Coursework 7: INTRODUCTION TO WAVES, INTERFERENCE
You do not have to hand in this coursework. Instead there will be a test based on
these questions on Monday, 29th November 2010.
1
Under what conditions do waves from two sources produce an int