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3. Covariance and Correlation
Recall that by taking the expected value of various transformations of a random variable, we can measure many interesting
characteristics of the distribution of the varia
PHY1300 Lecture 15
Thermodynamic arrow
Things become more disordered with time
Defining Temperature
Zeroth Law: no preferred direction of the flow of heat
System A and B are both in equilibrium with C and for that reason they are
equal = at 0C
But the alu
PHY1300 Lecture Three
Neutron stars are from much more massive stars
Pulsar
A kind of neutron star
This is something that is sending a pulse beam at us
This beam of radiation is swirling around and every now and then we see this
radiation
1.4 solar masses
PHY1300LectureEleven
The Monty Hall Problem
The nature of particles at the smallest level is probabilistic not deterministic
CGG
GCG
GGC
1/3 of a chance of losing, 2/3 chance of winning if you stay
Specifically if you reveal door number 3
Excitation of yo
PHY1300
Lecture Seven
He said time dilation is a good thing to know
Thorne also heavily involved in LIGO
Gravity
The driving force that was common earth and objects one earth: gravity
Orbit of mercury problem
Its parahelium at the closest point gets close
PHY1300
Lecture Two
Things have distributed too quickly problem of the bug bang theory
That why the inflation theory helps this problem
But there is no proof for the inflation
And when there was some proof for it in 2014, there was excitement
Gravitationa
PHY1300 Lecture Eight
Warp speed
Wormholes could possible exist
Nothing can go even a fraction above the speed of light
Relativity exits because of the idea speed is fixed at the speed of light
If we base a films premise on outcome of relativity, then we
PHY1300 Lecture 10
Einstein found that he could explain the photoelectric effect by using the
photon particle description of light
The pattern is the same pattern from the double slit
Means that each photon particle knew that there were two slits as it
tr
PHY1300
Lecture Five (Technically four)
Type I involves two stars
Could be from the merger of two white dwarfs?
This is a double degenerate origin
When people are studying the degeneration they cant find if it was a double
or single degenerate
A white dwa
PHY1300LectureTen
The Monty Hall Problem
The nature of particles at the smallest level is probabilistic not deterministic
CGG
GCG
GGC
1/3 of a chance of losing, 2/3 chance of winning if you stay
Specifically if you reveal door number 3
Excitation of youe
Lecture 12
PHY1300
Classic physics equations are simple and not a lot deeper than what they
present
However quantum mechanics equations are wide open to interpretation
Copenhagen interpretation Bohr was mostly correct
Schrodinger was with Einstein that th
PHY1300
Lecture Nine
The only way Planck could make his equations for black body radiation work
was by changing the continuous light to discrete non continuous form of light
1921: Einstein Novel Prize for photoelectric effect
Mirage Optics
Same shape mirr
PHY1300
Lecture 2
September 13, 2016
Cosmology
Before we were the pale blue dot we were the blue marble
The speed at which we move around the axis is less towards the pole
It is rotating at 1500 km per hour at the equator
Pale blue dot
Stuck in a lens fla
ADM 2342B
INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1
Fall 2016
Competency Quiz (Quiz No. 1)
Solutions
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NAME: _
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ADM 3318
International Business
September 8th, 2012
Chapter 1 "Globalization"
What is Globalization?
Globalization: The shift toward a more integrated and interdependent world economy.
The Globalization of Markets: The merging of historically distinct and
Key terms study notes
Chapter 1 Globalization of markets moving away from an economic system in which national markets are distinct
entities, isolated by trade barriers and barriers of distance, time and culture and toward a system in
which national mar
PHY1300: Key Concepts for Final Exam
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what was covered in class, these readings will not be on the final exam. The exam will
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ADM 3318 A,B,C Fall 2012
International Business
Professor: Pranlal Manga
Time: Three hours
NAME:
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: Answer all SJX (6) questions. Write your name on each exam
Chapter 5  International Trade Theories
Comparing Ghana and South Korea (p. 159)
o Missed some key issues: education, land reform
Meaning of Free Trade (p. 161) very limited definition:
o Refers to a situation where a government does not attempt to inf
PHY1300: Key Concepts for Midterm Exam
last update: October 24, 2016
Even though many of the topics in the readings for the prelecture quizzes overlap with
what was covered in class, these readings will not be on the midterm exam. The exam
will only be on
PHY1300 Lecture 14
Potassium
Some of the potassium is radioactive
uSv is micro seiverts
Ionizing radiation strips away an electron
Leaves the molecules charged in the body which is not good
The half life for many of these species is 1000s of years radiati
PHY1300
Lecture Six
Special Relativity
Everything moving with uniform motion
Constant velocity which means no acceleration, that means no increase in
speed or change in direction
Difform motion: deviation from straight line motion
Once the speed of the tr
CHM1311D
2015 Review
Disclaimer
The material covered in this review is REPRESENTATIVE of
the material for which you will be responsible on the midterm.
You are responsible for any material covered in lecture or in
homework problems REGARDLESS of whether i
Morgyn McKerlie
2015
PHY1300 Fall Midterm Study
Guide
Cosmology and the Big Bang
The Cosmology





Cosmology: the science of the origin and development of the universe
o The cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be (Carl Sagan)
o Greatest o
Morgyn McKerlie
2015
PHY1300 Fall Final Study Guide
Ionizing Radiation and Fission
Radioactive Decay


Radioactive decay is inherently unpredictable
o One of natures most prominent examples of quantum uncertainties
o Individual microscopic events are un
PHY1300
Lecture 12!
Ionizing Radiation and Fission!
HalfLife: When does a nucleus decay?
Radioactive decay is inherently unpredictable. Its one of Natures most prominent
examples of quantum uncertainties. !
A central feature of quantum physics is that
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Course Syllabus: PHY1300
The Big Bang and Beyond
Fall 2015
Professor:
Michael Rogers
Oce: 218 MacDonald Hall
Phone: 6135625800 (x.7593)
Email: michael.rogers@uottawa.ca
Oce Hours: Tuesday 3:304:30, Thursday 2:303:30, or by appointment.
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