NAME (first - last, print clearly): _ Period # _
Date: _
Thermodynamics - Homework 4 (due Friday 04/08/16)
Please Note: show ALL your work; equation used, numbers filled in, calculations, initial conditions (IC)
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The segments B and D are related to state
NAME (first - last, print clearly): _ Period # _
Date: _
Thermodynamics - Homework 3 (due Wednesday 04/06/16)
Please Note: show ALL your work; equation used, numbers filled in, calculations, initial conditions (IC)
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2
The equation for heat (Q) is
a
Q = m
NAME (first - last, print clearly): _ Period # _
Date: _
Thermodynamics - Homework 1 (due Monday 04/04/16)
Please Note: show ALL your work; equation used, numbers filled in, calculations, initial conditions (IC)
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2
3
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The unit for temperature in Kel
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Virtual Circuit Lab
Learning Goals: Students will be able to understand Ohms Law. Students will be
able to see the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance.
Go to Battery-Resistor Circuit. Click on the green Run
The simu
the flow of
charged particles;
particles
through a conducting metal
Circuit
a path through which current can flow through a
conductor (can be series or parallel)
Circuit Symbols
Battery
Light Bulb
Circuit In Series
Only one path for the current to trave
Equivalent Resistance, Ohms Law and Power Practice
1.
Determine the equivalent resistance for each of the following circuits below. Label each circuit as either series,
parallel or combination.
2. Find the equivalent resistance for the following circuits
1st law of Thermodynamics Worksheet
Name:
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Show your work.
1. What is thermodynamics?
2. What is internal energy?
3. State the rst law of thermodynamics.
4. What is an adiabatic process?
5. What is an isothermal process?
6. Calculate U for each of the fo
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Electric Current, Symbols & Calculations
1.
Define electric current.
2. Draw the symbol for a battery.
3. Draw a circuit with a battery and 2 resistors in parallel.
4. What is the symbol for current? What is the unit for current?
5. What is a condu