Homework 4
Exercises: 22.3 Gauss Law
22.4 Application of Gauss Law
22.5 Charges on Conductors
Question 1
A solid spherical conductor of radius R1 has an extra charge of +2Q on it. A hollow spherical shell
conductor of inner radius R2i and outer radius R2o
Homework 1
Exercises: Section 21.3 Coulombs Law
Question 1
Two small masses (m) are used as the bobs of two pendulums of the same, long length (L) and
they are hung from the same point. An amount of charge (q) is placed on both bobs and the bobs
repel eac
Homework 2
Exercises: 21.4 Electric Field and Electric Force
21.5 Electric Field Calculations
Question 1
Two positive charges A and B with charge (+q) are place some distance (d) apart. A third charge
C with charge (+q) is placed at the middle between the
Lab Report #03
(experiment 1)
Charles Law Constant Pressure
Process
KEN LUI, JEANETTE PONG, DONGYUN ZHANG
FOOTHILL COLLEGE
July 16th 2015
Introduction
The ideal gas law shows the relationship between pressure, volume and temperature as:
pV = NRT
(1.1)
KEN
Lab Report #03
(experiment 2)
Adiabatic Gas Compression
KEN LUI, JEANETTE PONG, DONGYUN ZHANG
FOOTHILL COLLEGE
July 16th 2015
KEN LUI,
JEANETTE PONG,
DONGYUN ZHANG
FOOTHILL COLLEGE
SUMMER 2015
Introduction
Adiabatic processes are thermodynamic processes i
Lab Report #2
(Experiment 1 & 2)
SPECIFIC HEAT CAPACITY OF
METAL &
LATENT HEAT OF FUSION OF ICE
SUISUI XIA, JIAQI HE, SHUYI WANG
FOOTHILL COLLEGE
4/18/2016
Introduction
For an object with mass m, specific heat capacity c, and changing temperature T, the h
Homework Project #3:
Physics 4C Foothill Spr 2016
Problem 1: Optical Cavity
Assume that you have two highly reflective mirrors with 99.9% reflectivity (meaning 99.9%
power is reflected, and 0.1% power is transmitted) that are placed in tande
Homework Project #1: (100pts)
Physics 4C Foothill Spr 2016
Problem 1: Heating a room:
If the temperature of the air inside a room increases by 10% does the total internal energy
inside the room increase as well? Three students disagree:
Homework 3
Due Thursday 1/14/16
A speeding car is traveling at a constant speed of 50 m/s. A some instant, it passes a police car.
The police car starts up and 3 seconds later is begins to accelerate at a constant rate until it
catches up to the speeding
Homework 2
Due Tuesday 1/12/16
A car already traveling at 10 m/s alongs a straight road starts to act out the following motion.
There is no break in time between steps.
1. It slows down at a constant rate until it stops. This takes 4 seconds.
2. It goes i
Homework 1
Due Thursday 1/7/16
Your are at the Capitol. You are given directions to the White House and the Smithsonian. The
direction to the white House has the following three segments.
1. Head 19 north of west for 1,800 m on Pennsylvania Ave NW.
2. Hea
PRACTICE EXAM:
Phys 4A
Exam 1, Name:_
Practice Exam1, PHYS 4A
General Instructions: read carefully!
1. This is a closed book test.
2. All the formulas you need are on the formula sheet.
3. You are NOT allowed to use a calculator.
4. All scratch paper will
Phys 4A
Worksheet projectile motion
1. As a ship is approaching the dock at45.0 cm/s , an important piece of landing equipment
needs to be thrown to it before it can dock. This equipment is thrown at15.0m/s at 60.0
above the horizontal from the top of a t
5/20/2014
Introduction
Weve studied motion in
one, two, and three
dimensions but what
causes motion?
Chapter 5-6 (a)
Newtons Laws of
Motion
This causality was first
studied in the late 1600s by
Sir Isaac Newton.
The laws are easy to state
but intricate
Physics 4A Post-lab for lab 2
Exercise #1
Sometimes we will take repeated measurements to establish both the mean and the standard error. Find
those two quantities for the following numbers, first "by hand" and then check using a calculator or
computer pr
Lab #1
Phys 4A
Lab One - Post Lab Activity
In this week's lab we added an additional force to balance out previously given
forces. To make sure you have mastered the material, complete these two additional
problems before next week's lab.
A. Add four forc
9/30/2014
Goals for Chapter 4
To study position, velocity, and acceleration
vectors
Chapter 4
Motion in Two or
Three Dimensions
To apply position, velocity, and acceleration
insights to projectile motion
To extend our linear investigations to uniform
a
Lab #1
Phys 4A
Force Vector Table
Background: In this experiment you will set up forces on a ring using hanging
weights. Since the force is proportional to the weight, we will measure
the forces in the mass units. You will add the forces graphically and
u