Chapter 10
Fluids and Kinetic Theory
10.1 Density
Homework # 75
Density of Substances
Substance
Solids
Aluminum
Copper
Concrete
Iron and Steel
Gold
Ice
Lead
Platinum
Silver
Tin
Uranium
Zinc
Density (r)
(kg/m3)
2.70
8.92
2.3
7.85
19.32
0.917
11.30
21.45
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Chapter 12
Electrostatics
Homework # 95
Useful Information
Coulombs constant for air, k = 9.0 x 109 Nm2 /C2
permittivity of empty space, eo = 8.85 x 1012 C2 /Nm2
charge of an electron, qe = 1.60 x 1019 C
mass of an electron, me = 9.11 x 1031 kg
charge
PHYSICS HOMEWORK #1
DISPLACEMENT & VELOCITY
v average =
Dd
Dt
v ins =
Dd
Dt verysmall
+ /  error =
Dd
Dt

Dd
Dt
a ave =
KINEMATICS
Dv
Dt
1. You walk exactly 250 steps North, turn around, and then walk exactly 400 steps South. How far are you from your
Chapter 17
Engineering Electric Circuits: AC Electric Circuits
17.1 Alternating Current in a Resistor
Homework # 143
This is a copy of Homework #116 titled "Alternating Current" in "Chapter 14DC Electric Circuits".
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01. An ac voltage supply with a peak
Chapter 18
Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves
18.1 Maxwell's Equations/Electomagnetic Waves
Homework # 148
Maxwell's Equations
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01. List Maxwell's four equations describing electric and magnetic fields.
02. Two square plates of a capacitor, 2.
Chapter 19
Light: Geometric Optics
19.1 Speed of Light/Index of Refraction
Use the table to the right throughout the chapter. Go online for a more
complete listing of Indices of Refraction and a table of Optical Glasses.
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01. What is the speed of light i
Chapter 20
Light: Wave Nature
20.1 Electromagnetic Spectrum/Refraction of Light Homework # 159
Electromagnetic Spectrum
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01. A radar signal has a frequency of 12.25 GHz (1 GHz = 1.0 x 109 Hz). What is its wavelength?
02. What is the frequency of a microw
Chapter 21
Special Relativity
21.1 Time Dilation/Length Contraction
Homework # 165
Time Dilation
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01. A pion particle has a lifetime of 2.60 x 108 s when measured at rest. What is its average measured lifetime when
it is traveling at 2.75 x 108 m/s?
02.
Chapter 22
Quantum Mechanics & Atomic Structure
22.1 Photon Theory of Light and The Photoelectric Effect Homework # 168
See Homework #95 in "Chapter 12Electrostatics" for the table of "Useful Information" on atomic particles.
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01. What is the energy of
Chapter 23
Nuclear Physics
Selected Isotope Masses
Atomic
Number
Z
Element
1
Hydrogen
Deuterium
Tritium
2
Helium
Symbol
H
D
T
He
Homework # 173
Mass
Number
A
1
2
3
Atomic
Mass
1.007825
2.014102
3.016049
3
4
3.016029
4.002602
Atomic
Number
Z
Element
23
Van
Chapter 16
Engineering Magnetism: Magnetic Field Calculations and Inductors
16.1 The BiotSavart Law (Magnetic Field Strength of Currents) Homework # 138
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Problem 01
P1
P2
01. A short conducting wire is connected to a positive terminal on the left and a
Chapter 15
Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction
15.1 Magnetic Force on a CurrentCarrying Wire
Homework # 125
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01. A wire carrying a 2.45A current wire passes through a 1.60T magnetic field. What is the force per meter on this
wire if its length is
Chapter 2
Two Dimensional Kinematics
Homework # 09
Pythagorean Theorem
a2 + b2 = c2
Projectile Motion Equations
x
y
Trigonometric Definitions
vx = vx o
vy = vyo + gt
a
h
x = vxot
y = yo + vyot + gt2
cos q =
sin q =
o
h
o
tan q =
a
Trigonometric Identities
Chapter 3
Dynamics: Motion and Force
3.1 Newton's 2nd Law1D AccelerationHorizontal Motion
Homework # 19
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01. A net force of 185.0 N is acting on a 25.0 kg object initially at rest.
a.) What is the acceleration of the object?
b.) What is the velocity of
Chapter 4
Circular Motion and Gravitation
Planetary Data
Homework # 26
PLANETARY DATA
Mass
(kg)
Planet
Sun
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto
Mean
Distance
from Sun
(m)
1.99 x 1030
3.30 x 1023
4.87 x 1024
5.98 x 1024
6.42 x 1023
Chapter 5
Work, Energy, Power, and Simple Machines
5.1 WorkConstant Force
Homework # 34
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01. How much work is done when a 3.25kg book is _ at constant speed for a distance of 2.25 m?
a.) lifted vertically
b.) pushed across a floor with a frictional for
Chapter 6
Linear Momentum
6.1 Momentum, Force, and Momentum Conservation Homework # 43
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01. What is the momentum of a 1225kg car traveling 45.0 km/h?
02. A 115kg fullback has a momentum of 517.5 [email protected]/s. How fast is he moving?
03. Water leaves a hose at
Chapter 8
Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves
8.1 Simple Harmonic MotionElastic Oscillators
Homework # 62
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01. If an object is vibrating in SHM with an amplitude of 7.00 cm, what is the total distance traveled in one cycle?
02. A rubber band is 12.5 cm lon
Chapter 9
Sound
9.1 Speed and Intensity of Sound
Homework # 71
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01. A hiker, who is also an avid physics student, encounters a lake with a high cliff at the far border of the lake on a
20.0EC day. The student estimates the breadth of the lake by emitting
Chapter 13
Engineering Electrostatics: Continuous Charge Distributions
13.1 Electric Field Calculations Using Coulomb's Law Homework # 105
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01. The uniform finite line charge shown in the diagram to the right has a charge of Q y
Problem 01
and a length
Chapter 14
DC Electric Circuits
Homework # 114
Resistivity and Temperature Coefficients (at 20EC)
Resistivity, r
(WCm)
Substance
Conductors
Silver
Copper
Aluminum
Tungsten
Iron
Platinum
Mercury
Nichrome (alloy of Ni, Fe, Cr)
Semiconductors
Carbon (graphit
Chapter 1
One Dimensional Kinematics
1.1 Distance vs. DisplacementSpeed vs. Velocity
Dx = x  x 0
v=
d
t
v=
Homework # 01
xx 0
Dx
=
Dt
t
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01. A squirrel runs 80.0 m along a fence in 6.00 s. The squirrel stops for 2.00 s, then turns around and runs 35.0