7.1
The following picture show four different arrangements for a pair of strong magnets. Suppose
you let the one at the right move freely. For each case select the direction in which the magnet
will move.
Case1:
right magnet move to left.
case2:
right mag
1.- What do you think was the objective of the lab?
The objective of this lab is to determine how the current passes through a rod and
how does magnetic field is produced and how we can calculate the strength of that
magnetic field.
2.- What significant t
What do you think was the objective of the lab?
ters like current, voltage and resistance and w hat are thier role in a complete circuit.
2.- What significant thing you learn today?
nt flow s through a circuit and how resistance is calculated.
ed in serie
3.1
To answer the following questions you can see the video again, read you physics book, or read any
other physics book.
3.1.1 Explain with your own words What is voltage?
nce betw een tw o points. Whenever, there is potential difference exits, there is
Objective:
This lab is meant so you can prove your predictions made in the homework. In case you
are wrong think about it, see it work and correct your misconceptions. If your were right, you
can deeper your understanding explaining to your lab partners w
1.- What do you think was the objective of the lab?
The objective of lab was to understand the definitions of capacitance and how does it
relates with the current in the circuit and how combinations of series and parallel
capacitor forms.
2- What signific
4.1. Investigate the definition for the following concepts:
4.1.1 Capacitance:
Capacitance is the ability of a component or circuit to collect and store energy in the form of an
electrical charge.
4.1.2 Capacitor:
Capacitors are energy-storing devices ava
5.1
Below is a diagram of a circuit.
Using Kirchhoff's rules, solve for the voltage drops across each resistor, and
the currents flowing through each resistor.
Show your work:
It has to be in an orderly fashion.
You can upload a picture (or several p
1.- What do you think was the objective of the lab?
The objective of this lab is to understand the flow of current through any closed
circuit and calculation of voltage drop and current across different value of
resistances.
2.- What significant thing you
Assignment 1 Biology
The Scientific Language of God Assignment
Due the Third Sunday of Class Jan 31st 2016
Three parts if this assignment to submit on Blackboard
1.
Write a 3-4 sentence executive summary for each of the following three article links(That
Complete each of the problems on the following pages in the space provided. If you need more
space attach additional pages and clearly label any pages you add.
1) List the conditions necessary in order to use Bernoulis equation.
2) Explain why you could o
Introduction:
Our case study is about Ahmad Jassim who had come up with an idea for a revolutionary
new polymer four years ago. Now, he has to decide one of two decisions that will determine his
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Heat Transfer &
Work
2.3: Energy Transfer by Heat
Heat: The form of energy that is transferred
between two systems (or a system and its
surroundings) by virtue of a temperature
difference.
Amount of heat transfer
when heat transfer rate is
constant
Amount
Energy Conversion
Efficiencies &
Environmental Effects
2.7-2.8
Energy Conversion Efficiencies
2.7
Efficiency is one of the most frequently used terms in thermodynamics, and it
indicates how well an energy conversion or transfer process is accomplished.
It
Forms of Energy
2.2
1
Chapter 2 Objectives
Introduce the concept of energy and define its various forms.
Discuss the nature of internal energy.
Define the concept of heat and the terminology associated with energy transfer by heat.
Discuss the three mecha
The First Law of
Thermodynamics
2.6
The First Law of
Thermodynamics
The first law of thermodynamics (the
conservation of energy principle)
provides a sound basis for studying the
relationships among the various forms of
energy and energy interactions.
The
Guidelines for Laboratory Formal Reports
The formal report is to be submitted within one week after the experiment is performed. The
format of the formal report is:
1. Title Sheet
2. Abstract
3. Background and Theory
4. Experimental Apparatus
5. Experimen
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Lecture 3 & 4
Electricity and Magnetism
Dr. Muhammad Zubair
Electric Charge
Electric charge is an intrinsic property of the electrons and protons that,
along with uncharged neutrons, make up ordinary matter. Charge comes
in two varieties, which Benjamin F
RAIK 283
Data Structures & Algorithms
0-1 Knapsack problem
Dr. Ying Lu
[email protected]
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RAIK 283
Data Structures & Algorithms
Giving credit where credit is due:
Most of slides for this lecture are based on slides
created by Dr. David Luebke, University
Capacitors & Capacitance
Key contents
Capacitors
Calculating capacitance
Energy stored in a capacitor
Capacitors with dielectric materials
25.2: Capacitance:
To store charge
To store energy
To control variation time
scales in a circuit
25.2: Capacitance:
Cap
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Competition in Physics (Sample Questions)
Multiple Choice Part 1) Given the vectors A=2i+3j, B = i -j (i and j are unit vectors in the x and y directions respectively) and C=A+B, the magnitude of C is (A) 5 (B) 13 (C) 10 (D) none of the above 2) For the s
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When you need a numerical value for g , use 10 m/s2 . [1] Which of the following electromagnetic waves is not emitted as a result of changes in the energy level of an electron in an atom? [A] gamma radiation. [B]
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