Geometric Optics Homework
Concave Mirror System
1) A concave mirror is made from a sphere that has a radius of 3m. A 50cm
upright, real object is positioned 0.5m from the center of the spherical
segme
PHY 2049-R
Image Formation
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Images Formed by Flat Mirrors
p is the object distance
(from the object to the mirror)
q is the image distance
(from the image to the mirror)
h is the obj
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PHY-2049-A
General Physics with Calculus
Oscillatory Motion
Anthony Buonaquisti
2049 - A1
Oscillatory Motion
What is SHM?
Acceleration at a given displacement
Displacement at given time
Velocity at a
PHY-2049-Q
Nature of Light
Anthony Buonaquisti
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Big Ideas about the Nature of Light
The energy in a photon of light depends upon its color (frequency).
The speed of light is constant at 3x108m/s.
Ref
PHY 2049 PRACTICE TEST 2A
For Credit write (at a minimum) the equation used and the result of calculation.
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23a) Charge A is a positive 10 C charge located at the origin. What is the electric
field v
PHY-2049-T
General Physics with Calculus
Hillsborough Community College
Diffraction & Polarization
Anthony Buonaquisti
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Introduction to Diffraction
Diffraction is the bending of light
when it passes
Geometric Optics Homework
Plancks Equation
1)
What is the energy contained in a photon of light that has a
frequency of 8 x 1014 Hz? (5.3 x 10-19 J)
2)
What is the energy contained in a photon of ligh
PHY-2049-K
General Physics with Calculus
Magnetic Fields
Anthony Buonaquisti
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Magnetic Fields
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
The Magnetic Field B
Effects of B on moving charge
Application F
Diffraction Patterns and Polarization Homework
Types of Diffraction
1) A diffraction experiment is performed using a point source of coherent
light, a single slit and an image screen that is close to
PHY 2049-S
Interference of Light Waves
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Interference of Light Waves
Conditions for Interference
The sources must be coherent.
The sources must be monochromatic.
The superposition principl
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Interference Homework
Youngs Double-Slit Experiment (angular)
1)
In a Youngs Double-Slit experiment coherent, monochromatic light of
400nm wavelength is directed towards the slits. The distance betwee
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PHY 2049 TEST 2C Name_
For Credit be sure to write the equation used and the result of calculation.
23a)
The electric force that is experienced by a charge that is positioned at the origin
is (+3i-2j+
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Electromagnetic Waves
RECALL MAXWELLS EQUATIONS:
The total electric flux through any closed
surface equals the net charge inside that
surface divided by 0.
Q
E.dA
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The net magnetic flux through a
EM Waves Homework
Maximum E & B
1) If the maximum component of Magnetic Field is 3mT, what is the
maximum component of Electric Field?
2) If the maximum component of Electric Field is 7N/C, what is th
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Formal Lab Report Layout
Language:
Use the passive, past tense because you are formally reporting on work that you did. You
are not writing a lab manual.
1) Header
Date - Time - Partners- Page # -Al
2048 Ch. 4 Homework Part 1 - 4.1-4.3
Problems - #1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 16, 22, 25
For those of you who have the hybrid version of the book, you can now access the homework
problems on WebAssign. I
2048 Ch. 4 Homework Part 2 - 4.4-4.6
Problems - #36-41, 47, 48, 59
For those of you who have the hybrid version of the book, you can now access the homework
problems on WebAssign. I recommend completi
2048 CH. 1 HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
PROBLEMS AND EXERCISES
# 1, 3, 4, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18, 22, 31, 35, 38, 59
P1.1
(a) Modeling the Earth as a sphere, we find its volume as
Its density is then
(b) This va
2048 Ch. 12 HW
# 4, 12, 27, 28, 31a, 33, 37, 41
Answers
4) (-1.50i 1.50j) m
12) a) U = 88.2 N
b) D = 58.8 N
27) a) -0.05838 m3 b) 1.09 x 103 kg/m3 c) the volume in this
very extreme case is only 5% lo
2048 Test #2 Info
In each chapter, you should review the main concepts and definitions. At a
MINIMUM, you should review the following homework problems that were
previously assigned.
Ch. 4 39, 40
Ch.
6
Princeton University Ph101
Lab 1 Motion in One Dimension
general equation (1.3) for accelerated motion in one dimension, we expect position x to be
a quadratic function of time t,
(1.8)
x = a0 + a1
Table 2. Class Data
Group
Distance
(yds)
1
2
3
4
5
20
40
60
80
100
Distance
(miles)
Time
Car 1
(hr)
Time
Car 2
(hr)
Time
Car 3
(hr)
Time
Car 4
(hr)
Time
Car 5
(hr)
8.
Create a distance vs. time graph
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Princeton University Ph101
Lab 3 The Pendulum
that:
g = 980.1604 0.0007 cm/s2 .
(3.10)
How does your measured value compare with this? How does your uncertainty compare
with the one obtained by J.
Lab 6
Springs and Simple Harmonic Motion
6.1
Background
Springs provide a useful model for many physical systems that exhibit oscillatory behavior.
The key characteristic of springs is that, when stre