PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 10
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Tutorial: The First Law of Thermodynamics Reviewed
Part A
Which physical law underlies the
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 9
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 14.29
14.29.
Velocity and position are related by E = 12 kA2 = 12 mvx2 +
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 5
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 7.76
7.76.
I DENTIFY : Use Eq. (7.16) to relate Fx and U ( x). The
equil
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 1
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Tutorial: Tactics Box 1.5 Drawing a Pictorial Representation
See MasteringPhysics for Soluti
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 4
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 5.99
5.99.
I DENTIFY :
S ET U P :
!
!
Apply F = ma to the automobile.
The
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 6
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 9.16
9.16.
I DENTIFY : Apply the constant angular acceleration equations
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 8
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 13.6
13.6.
I DENTIFY : The net force on A is the vector sum of the force
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 7
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 10.26 *
10.26.
!
!
Apply z = I z and F = ma to the motion of the bowling
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 3
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 4.8
4.8.
I DENTIFY : The elevator and everything in it are accelerating u
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 2
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Tutorial: Accelerating along a Racetrack *
At point A, the acceleration is perpendicular to
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 3
1. Are Coulomb Forces Conservative?
Part A: Calculate the work WAB done by the electrostatic force on a particle
of charge q as it moves from A to B.
Express your answer in terms of some or all the variables E, q, L, and .
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 17
1. Video Tutor: Parallel-Wire Polarizer for Microwaves
Description: A grill of parallel wires is used as a polarizer for a microwave signal. How should the wires be oriented so as
to block the signal?
First, launch the vi
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 9
1. Tutorial: A Radio Tuning Circuit
Description: In this problem the student uses the oscillation frequency and capacitance in an L-C circuit to determine the
radio inductance.
A radio can be tuned into a particular statio
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 7
1. Tutorial: Magnetic Field from Two Wires
Learning Goal: To understand how to use the principle of superposition in conjunction with the Biot-Savart (or Ampere's)
law. From the Biot-Savart law, it can be calculated that
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 12
1. Tutorial: Introduction to Two-Source Interference
Introduction to Two-Source Interference
Description: This problem provides students with a basic introduction to
the interference of two identical waves. The conditions
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 10
1. Tutorial: Electric and Magnetic Field Vectors Conceptual Question
Part A
The electric and magnetic field vectors at a specific point in space and time are
illustrated. The figure shows two vectors in the xyz-space. Bot
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 5
1. PhET Tutorial: Circuit Construction Kit DC Circuits with Resistors in Series and in Parallel
Part A: Lets start with a simple circuit that you will have seen in the Ohms
Law and Power PhET tutorial, if you completed tha
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 2
1. Young and Freedman 21.88
21.88.
I DENTIFY : Each sheet produces an electric field that is independent of the distance from the sheet. The net
field is the vector sum of the two fields.
S ET U P : The formula for each fi
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 1
1. Tutorial: Charged Aluminum Spheres
Description: Find the number of electrons in an aluminum sphere. Calculate the number of electrons that must
be removed from one sphere and added to another to create a given attractiv
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 6
1. PSS 27.1: Magnetic Forces
Learning Goal:
To practice Problem-Solving Strategy 27.1: Magnetic Forces.
A particle with mass 1.81103 kg and a charge of 1.22108 C has, at a given instant, a velocity v =(3.00104m/s)j^.
What
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 4
1. Young and Freedman Alternative Exercise 23.109
Part A: Show that for rR the potential is identical to that produced by a point charge Q. (Take the potential to be
zero at infinity.)
ANSWER: r>=R: E=kQ/r^2, hence V=-int(
PY212 Spring 2017
Solution Set 8
1. Tutorial: Motional EMF in a Conducting Rod
In the figure, a conducting rod with length L = 31.0 cm moves in a
magnetic field B of magnitude 0.460 T directed into the plane of the
figure. The rod moves with speed v = 6.0
The Effect of Hard Stabilization on the Sediment Transport System along the
Shoreline of Puerto Rico
Eric Eaton Wright
1989
ABSTRACT
This study examines the effect of shore-parallel hard stabilization on the beaches of Puerto Rico. During the summer of 19
Formation of
Earth
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Oceanography Questions
Why do we have ocean basins?
How old are the ocean basins?
Why do we have
mountains in the middle of the oceans?
really deep trenches
volcanic islands/seamount
PY 512
Homework # 12
Due: 4/20/2015
Scattering Theory
Reading: Please continue reading Sakurai chapter 6.
1. Consider the radially symmetric problem with potential
! ! = ! ! ! !
(a) Find expression for ! ! sin ! and tan ! in terms of the spherical Bessel
Running head: UNETHICAL BEHAVIOR AT THE WORKPLACE
Unethical Behavior at the Workplace
Students Name:
Instructors Name:
Date:
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UNETHICAL BEHAVIOR AT THE WORKPLACE
2
Unethical Behavior at the Workplace
Preface
A workplace is a fascinating place since it is
1
Gesta Romanorum (ca. 1300 AD), no. 195 A Pound of Flesh
italics in text = see notes
bold in text = non-standard construction, with [classical equivalent]
[1] Lucius in Roma regnavit prudens valde. Qui habebat filiam pulcherrimam, quam
multum dilexit.
Cum clauses - exercises adapted from Wheelock Workbook
I. a) Transform the ablative absolute or other participial phrase into a cum clause.
Remember that the participle has relative tense!
b) Identify how you would translate cum in this sentence (when, s
Chapter 31: Cum Clauses
Cum clauses are subordinate clauses that use the subjunctive mood and they are an
alternative to circumstantial participles, and to ablative absolutes, in particular. Here
cum is not the preposition with, but a conjunction.
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