HW: Read p.601-608, then find an example of an anxiety disorder depicted in a film you know of.
1. Describe the specific anxiety disorder being displayed. Describe how this disorder was possibly
acquired due to one of the perspectives explained in the cha
Research one drug on the market that is used to treat psych disorders. Tomorrow morning be ready to
tell us in class about this drug (its name, uses, side effects, etc.):
Klonopin (also known as Clonazepam): This drug is inside a group of drugs called ben
Bell ringer: Find a partner to work with during this period. Today will be entirely independent practice. I
will be walking around supervising and answering questions.
Guided Practice: Each student will have their own paper.
1. Begin by completing all of
Physics laboratory II
Please note that covered feet are required at all lab sessions
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012-05892A AC/DC Electronics Laboratory
i Experiment 7: Kirchhoff’s Rules
w AC/DC Electronics Lab Board: Resistors, Wire Leads
w (2) D~cell Batteries
— Digital Multimeter (DMM)
The purpose of this lab will be to experimenta
Experiment 8: Induced EMF
This activity is adapted from an experiment by Vernier and from an activity created by
a previous (unknown) instructor at SPC.
Relate induced EMF to changes in magnetic flu
Lab Report 3: Ohms Law
Wednesday, February 3, 2015
Ohm's law states that the current through a conductor between two points is
directly proportional to the potential difference across the two points. Below, I is current, V
Lab Report 2: The Circuit Board and Lights in
In this lab we will learn the basics of constructing electrical circuits,
and become familiar with the basic notation associated with them. Using
Lab Report 1: Electric Fields and Equipotential
This experiment will analyze the electric fields generated by various charge configurations using
qualitative methods. Using special equipment an electri
PHY 2049 Test#2_Giancoli_Study Guide
1. Ohms Law, Superconductivity, resistivity, Kirchhoffs Rules, emf, resistors in
parallel, resistors in series, definition of magnetic field (1)
2. Chapter #25 Practice Problems (2)
3. Chapter #26 Practice Problems (5)
PHY 2049 Final Study Guide
1. Be able to determine the equivalent capacitance of capacitors in series and in
parallel. Be able to apply Kirchhoffs rules. Know Amperes, Faradays and
Lenzs Law. Be able to determine the reactance of capacitor in an
1. If a star has a surface temperature of 37 thousand kelvin, what is the wavelength, to the nearest nanometer, of the peak of its radiation spectrum?
2. What is the energy of a photon, to the nearest tenth of a eV, whose wavelength is 484 nm?
3. What are
1. Light of frequency 6.674 x 10^14 Hz travelling in air (n = 1) enters glass (n = 1.5), what is its wavelenght to the nearest nanometer?
2. A thin film of alcohol (n = 1.48) lies on a flat glass plate (n = 1.51). When monochromatic light, whose wavelengt
1. What is the lifetime of a muon to the nearest tenth of a microsecond, measured in a laboratory if it is traveling at 0.99862*c with respect to the
laboratory, where c is the speed of light? The mean life at rest for a muon is 2.2 x 10^-6 s.
2. The near