Name:
Physics 139A Final Exam
9 June 2015
You have three hours to answer the FIVE questions. All work must be done on the exam
sheet (if you use the back of the page, be sure to indicate it), and you
Name:
Physics 139A Midterm 1
19 April 2016
You have 100 minutes to answer the THREE questions. All work must be done on the
exam sheet (if you use the back of the page, be sure to indicate it), and yo
Name:
Physics 139A Midterm 1
24 April 2015
You have 70 minutes to answer the THREE questions. All work must be done on the exam
sheet (if you use the back of the page, be sure to indicate it), and you
PHYSICS 139A
PROBLEM SET 7
DUE FRIDAY 29 MAY 2015
Show all your work clearly and legibly; label the problem number and put a box
around your answer for each problem; be sure to quote units for all ans
Name:
Physics 139A Midterm 1
24 April 2015
You have 70 minutes to answer the THREE questions. All work must be done on the exam
sheet (if you use the back of the page, be sure to indicate it), and you
Name:
Physics 139A Midterm 2
15 May 2015
You have 70 minutes to answer the TWO questions. All work must be done on the exam
sheet (if you use the back of the page, be sure to indicate it), and you may
Some useful formulae
i
2
t
2
= 2m
2
2
2m
f |g =
2
1
2i
2 2
A B
2
[A, B]
1
2
a =
1
2 m
(m
x
[Jx , Jy ] = i Jz J = Jx iJy J 2 | jm > =
J | jm > =
(2S+1)
d
dt
Q =
i
[H, Q] +
Q
t
a
b
0 1
1 0
1
0
LJ
PHYSICS 139A
PROBLEM SET 6
DUE FRIDAY 22 MAY 2015
Show all your work clearly and legibly; label the problem number and put a box
around your answer for each problem; be sure to quote units for all ans
PHYSICS 139A
PROBLEM SET 4
DUE FRIDAY 1 MAY 2015
Show all your work clearly and legibly; label the problem number and put a box
around your answer for each problem; be sure to quote units for all answ
PHYSICS 139A
PROBLEM SET 2
DUE FRIDAY 10 APRIL 2015
Show all your work clearly and legibly; label the problem number and put a box
around your answer for each problem; be sure to quote units for all a
PHYSICS 139A
PROBLEM SET 3
DUE FRIDAY 17 APRIL 2015
Show all your work clearly and legibly; label the problem number and put a box
around your answer for each problem; be sure to quote units for all a
PHYSICS 139A
PROBLEM SET 8
WILL NOT BE COLLECTED FOR GRADING
(1) Griths problem 5.16
(2) Griths problem 5.17
(3) Griths problem 5.22
(4) Griths problem 5.23
(5) Griths problem 5.27
(6) Griths problem
PHYSICS 139A
PROBLEM SET 5
DUE FRIDAY 8 MAY 2015
Show all your work clearly and legibly; label the problem number and put a box
around your answer for each problem; be sure to quote units for all answ
PHYSICS 139A
PROBLEM SET 1
DUE FRIDAY 3 APRIL 2015
Show all your work clearly and legibly; label the problem number and put a box
around your answer for each problem; be sure to quote units for all an
Homework 7
Phys
139A,
Due
Spring
May
2008,
30,
5
UCSC
pm
Spin Quantum Mechanics in a Nutshell
[100
A
points
spin
total]
1/2
problem
illustrates
the least complications.
Pauli
matrices
components
of
th
Bonus Homework
Phys 139A, Spring 2008, UCSC
Due June 6, 1 pm (no late submissions)
Feel free to submit your solutions to these problems, or any part thereof. Scores that you earn on
these problems wil
Homework 6
Phys 139A, Spring 2008, UCSC
Due May 23, 1 pm
1. [10 points; Some properties of commutator] Problem 3.13
2. [20 points; Conservations and Ehrenfest Theorem] Problem 3.17
3. [15 points; Viri
Homework 2
Phys 139A, Spring 2008, UCSC
Due April 18, 1 pm
In 4,5 below,
x x
and
p p .
1. [10 points; Unstable particle described by a complex potential (this case should be regarded as a
very rare ex
Homework 1
Phys 139A, Spring 2008, UCSC
Due April 11, 5 pm
1. [10 points] Problem 1.11
2. [10 points] Problem 1.14
3. [10 points; The zero point energy of a harmonic oscillator from the Uncertainty Pr
Homework 5
Phys 139A, Spring 2008, UCSC
Due May 13, 10 am
1. [20 points; Gaussian Wave Packet] This problem is a re-visit of the solution of Prob. 2.22
provided in the lecture note. By far, the tricke
Homework 3
Phys 139A, Spring 2008, UCSC
Due April 25, 1 pm
1. [10 points] For each denition below, is O linear? Give a brief reason for each of your answers.
Recall that an operator O is linear if O [