Chapter 32: The Magnetic Field:
32.1 Magnetism:
1. Magnetism is not the same as electricity. Magnetic poles and electric charges share some similar
behaviors, but they arent the same.
2. Magnetism is a long range force
3. Magnets have 2 poles north and so
Chapter 33: Electromagnetic Induction
33.1 Induced Currents
Faraday electromagnetic induction
There is a current in a coil of wire if and only id the magnetic field passing through the coil is changing
o Called an induced current
33.2 Motional emf
balan
Chapter 25: Electric Charges and Forces
25.1 Developing a Charge Model
Neutral
Charging = rubbing
Long range repulsive force from 2 objects charged the same way
Attraction between neutral and charged objects
Charge model
1. Frictional forces, add cha
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Problem 1:
When two point charges are a distance d apart, the electric force that each one feels from the other has
magnitude F
Physics 133
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Phys 132
Thermodynamics lecture notes for:
17.4
First law of thermodynamics
18.4-5
Microscopic model (ideal gas)
17.7
Molar specific heat
Adiabatic processes
Ch. 19
Cycles, heat engines,
refrigerators
Section 17.4:
First Law of Thermodynamics:
conservatio
Phys 132, Chapter 17 Homework Solutions
Exercise 14
Heating the mercury at its boiling point changes its thermal energy without a change in temperature. The given
mass of mercury is M = 20 g = 2.0 102 kg, and some data for mercury are (see
Phys 132
Introduction to wave optics
Section 20.5 (electromagnetic waves)
Sections 22.1-22.4 (overview)
Describing light as a wave
(Section 20.5)
All the waves we discussed earlier
were mechanical waves :
They all require a material.
All the waves we di
Phys 132, Chapter 14 Homework Solutions
Exercise 14.4
The graph shows the position of an object
undergoing simple harmonic motion:
()
)
(
x t = Acos t + 0 .
(a)
The amplitude A is the magnitude of the maximum displacement from equilibrium (x=0). From th
Phys 132, Chapter 21 Homework Solutions
Exercise 1
The left wave pulse has velocity v = 1 m/s.
The right wave pulse has velocity v = 1 m/s.
We move each wave shape an amount
x=vt and then add the two wave shapes.
The results are shown
Phys 132 Final Exam Equation Sheet
(This equation sheet will be provided with the exam)
UNITS (LENGTH, VOLUME)
TRIGONOMETRY
1 L = 10 3 m3
1 cm = 10 2 m
cos =
b
c
sin =
a
c
tan =
a
b
1 mm = 10 3 m
9
1 nm = 10 m
2 radians = 2 rad = 360o
1 radian =1 rad =
Phys 132 Solutions to Practice Multiple Choice Exam Questions for Thermodynamics
Instructions for multiple choice during exams:
Circle the ONE best answer for each question.
Partial credit may be given for some incorrect answers.
You DONT need to show you
Phys 132, Chapter 23 Homework Solutions
Exercise 5
r = i .
The physical phenomena here is the law of reflection:
From the geometry of the diagram: i + = 90 and r + ( 60 ) = 90
We can solve the first equation for q1 and the second equation for q2.
r = i .
Phys 132, Chapter 22 Homework Solutions
Figure for Exercises 3, 6, 8:
L
Two closely spaced slits
produce a double-slit
interference pattern as shown.
y = distance between
centers of bright fringes
m=2
m=1
m=0
m=1
m = 2
d
Exercise 3
See the figure
Phys 132, Chapter 20 Homework Solutions
Conceptual Question 1
In a stretched string, the wave speed only depends on the tension and
strings mass per unit length.
The figure shows pulses with different amplitudes, but the wave speed is
independent of wave
Phys 132, Chapter 16 Homework Solutions
Conceptual Question 4
Pressure is p = F/A = force/area.
The piston is a rest, so the pressure must be the same on both sides of the piston.
If the pressure were different on each side, there would
Phys 132
Chapter 14 practice problem (swinging pendulum)
In a science museum, a heavy sphere (mass 110 kg) swings from a hanging cable of length 15 meters (neglect the
cables mass). The damping constant is 0.010 kg/s (due to air resistance).
(a)
At 8am, t
Phys 132 Practice Multiple Choice Exam Questions for Thermodynamics
(Solutions are posted on PolyLearn)
Instructions for multiple choice during exams:
Circle the ONE best answer for each question.
Partial credit may be given for some incorrect answers.
Yo
Phys 132, Chapter 15 Homework Solutions
Exercise 10
Outside the seal: atmospheric pressure presses on both sides of the cover, and the forces cancel.
This means: only the 10 cm diameter opening inside the seal is relevant (not the 20 c
Phys 132, Chapter 18 Homework Solutions
Conceptual Question 8 (b)
He and Ar are monatomic gases.
(a)
(This part was not assigned.)
(b)
The gases have the same temperature T, since they reach thermal equilibrium after a long contact time.
Basic Vector Operations
Addition and Substraction
ax
bx
ax + b x
~
~a + b = ay + by = ay + by
az
bz
az + bz
Example:
5
0
5
5
8
13
+
=
+
=
0
4
4
3
4
7
Note: In general, ~a + ~b 6= |~a| + ~b, unless the two vectors are parallel.
Multiplicatio