Solution for Open-Response Homework 8 Electric Fields of Conductors and
Dielectrics
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 8.1(Spherical System with Point Charge)
Problem: A point particle with charge +Q is surrounded by a
thin spherical shell carryin
Solution for Open-Response Homework 10 Capacitance
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 10.1(Parallel Plate Capacitor)
Problem: A parallel plate capacitor is shown to the
right. The capacitor is formed by two conducting
plates connected to terminals
Solution for Open-Response Homework 11 Beginning Circuits
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 11.1(Garbage Disposal Hook-up)
Problem: When the plumber arrived to install our new garbage
disposal, he couldnt figure out how to wire it properly and I
Solution for Open-Response Homework 7 Conductors and Dielectrics
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 7.1(Field Map with Conductor and
Dielectric)
Problem: Draw the field map using 4 lines per Q if a conductor and a dielectric are in the electric fi
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Homework 9 Potential Difference
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Homework Problem 9.1 The electric field in a region of space is given by the function E
where is a
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Open-Response Homework 8 Electric Fields of Conductors and Dielectrics
No credit will be given for answers without appropriate supporting work. Minimum good presentation requires
the following: (1) Symbolic expression for any formula, (2) M
Physics & Human Affairs
Final May 9, 12:45 PM in Hillside
5/2/17 Review of test 1 & 2
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1. What is a scientific theory/ principle?
Idea that explains observations
2. What i
Physics and Human Affairs, Spring 2017, Test 3, Version 1
Questions 1-25: 4 points each for regular section, 3.5 points for honors section
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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PHA Test 2, Version 9
March 7, 2017
Questions 1-25: 4 points each for regular section, 3.5 points for honors section
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) The basic energy resource that f
Physics and Human Affairs: Test 1, Version 9
February 7, 2017
Questions 1-25: 4 points each for regular section, 3.5 points each for Honors section
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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Lecture 27
Mostly traveling waves
What weve done so far:
Point particles
(translation-center of mass)
Extended, rigid objects
(translation + rotation)
However,
nothing is absolutely rigid: all
extended objects are deformable to
some degree
Inelastic defo
Lecture 25
Oscillations
Oscillatory motion
Oscillatory motion is extremely common in nature. It
only requires two things: inertia, and a restoring force.
A restoring force is characteristic of a stable equilibrium
situation: if the system moves from the e
Lecture 26
Simple harmonic motion-examples
Oscillations and springs
Recall:
F = -k x, with x measured from the
equilibrium position
Then
with
The problem will typically involve finding A and i
, given some initial conditions.
Example 1
A
strong spring, wi
Lecture 22
Rolling motion, torque and energy
Rotational dynamics
Just as F = ma, or more precisely F = dp/dt, we have
(here is the net torque, the vector sum of all the torques
acting on the object). If the rotational inertia I does not
change, this bec
Introduction to Physics:
Physics is primarily a quantitative science.
Based on measurements and relationships between
quantities.
Ultimately quantities have to be expressed in
numbers (although for greatest generality we work
with symbols for as long a
Open Response Homework 3 Description of motion
Problem 1 Two people are standing at x = 3 m. At t = 5 s, they begin running in opposite directions with
constant speeds. Person A runs until he stops at x = 28 m at t = 15 s. Person B runs until she stops at
(PHYSICS 2054)
Multiple-Choice Homework 15: Work(PHYSICS 2054)
PROBLEM 1: Consider the situation described in question 4 of the Self-Quiz at the end of Section 9.4 in
your textbook. What would the energy balance diagram look like if the system is limited
(PHYSICS 2054)
Multiple-Choice Homework 8: Energy, relative
motion(PHYSICS 2054)
PROBLEM 1: What was the energy contained initially in the spring responsible for the explosive separation illustrated
in figure 5.22(c)? Assume M1 = 1 kg and M2 = 3 kg.
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