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POETRY FOR THE PEOPLE
SPRING 2010 SYLLABUS
POETRY FOR THE PEOPLE: INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF POETRY
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 156AC
Spring
Topics for 137A Midterm
1) 4 Postulates, probability, spread in distribution (wave) function
2) Eigen-functions and eigen-values, apply postulates to overlap problems, collapse of wavefcn
3) Operators: x, p operators, eigen-fcns, Hamiltonian operator
4) S
A Note Regarding the Final: The final exam will be held on Tues., 12/13/11,
from 3pm to 6pm, in 9 Evans. The final exam is a closed book exam, but you are
allowed to bring two pages of notes (you can write on both sides of two separate
pages). If there is
4 Postulates of Quantum Mechanics
1) Every physically realizable state of a particle can be described by a state vector (or
"wavefunction"), , that can be represented as a vector in the Hilbert space of all possible
linearly independent states.
2) Observa
Notes on Stokes Parameters
Brian Henning
November 11, 2010
Degrees of freedom
Jones vectors gave us a formalism for describing polarized light. What if the light is only partially
polarized? This is where the Stokes parameters come in, though, as well sho
ELECTROMAGNETISM & OPTICS (PHYSICS 110B)
SPRING SEMESTER 2012
Instructor: Prof. Christopher F. McKee
Oce: C31 Hearst Field Annex (HFA); oce hours in B26 HFA
Email: cmckee@berkeley.edu
Oce hours: Thurs. 3-4 and by appointment (access to C31 requires appoin
PHYSICS 110B Spring 2012
Midterm Review
Mai Truong
1. Let frame O move with speed v in the x-direction relative to O. A photon with
frequency measured in O moves at an angle relative to the x-axis.
(a) Determine the frequency of the photon in O
(b) Find t
Problem 1
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Problem 3
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Problem 4
[15 pts] Let B (v) be a Lorentz boost associated with the 3-velocity v. Consider
B (v1 )B (v2 )B (v1 )B (v2 )
where v1 v2 = 0. Assume v1 1, v2 1. Show that is a rotation. What is the axis of rot
Midterm I Review Questions
Physics 110B
Week of 4/Oct/2010
Problem 1
Consider an innitely long line of charge with charge per unit length lying along the x -axis, at
rest in frame O . Find the four-vector potentials in O where the line of charge has veloc
Final Exam Review Questions
Physics 110B
Week of 6/Dec/2010
Problem 1: Things move fast at the LHC
The Large Hadrom Collider is designed to collide protons at energies of 7 TeV (1 TeV = 1012 eV).
(a) By how much do the speed of these protons dier from the
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U.C. Berkeley
Physics 8B, Fall 2011
Section I
Exam 1
October 5, 2011
Notes: Correct answers without supporting derivations will not receive credit. You mu st show your work,
and partial credit will be given. Answer the
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Tengo un inters fuerte en cine y las relaciones entre sexos. El poema, Adis Mara,
cabe ambos reas, escribiendo de la explotacin de la actriz principal en la pelcula, Last Tango
in Paris. Es una obra famosa no solamente por la p
Prof. Lydia L. Sohn
UC Berkeley, Fall 2013
ME290L: Introduction to Nanobiology
Spring 2013
Revised Syllabus
Week 1
Introduction to the Class and Class organization
Week 2
Basic Biology Refresher
Week 3
Basic Biology Review and Nano Review
9/10
9/12
Week 4
Lectures
Tu Th: 8:00-9:30am, 60 Evans
Instructor: Prof. Dung-Hai Lee
Office: 531 Birge
Office Hours: Tu 9:30-11am
[Note: Office hours are reserved for discussion of lectures, not to give hints for homework.]
Discussion Sections
M 10-11am, 3 Evans
W 4-5pm,
1. Pressures on the right and left side of the gate
The pressure in the water as a function of z is found as follows:
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Pw (z = H ) = Patm
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Similarly the pressure in
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Midterm 1 Review
February 16, 2013
If youre ever stuck on a problem, go through a list of all the topics and write out
any equations that apply. Remember, there are only so many equations that you can
use! This is a good strategy to use when you are lost
1. Find the current through the battery.
2. In this circuit, the weird looking resistor is called a variable resistoryou can manually adjust it
to have a resistance that you choose.
a. Suppose R1 is set to 3.0 ohms. What is the current through R1?
b. You
Midterm 1 Review
February 16, 2013
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Consider a long thin cylindrical rod of uniform charge density, . The rod has radius s
and length 50s.
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Magnetism
March 17, 2013
1 Magnetic elds: Overview
1. Magnetic elds are caused by moving charge, as opposed to electric elds which
can be caused just by stationary charges
2. Magnetic elds exert a force given by Fb = qv B
1.1 Important concepts
1. The Hal
April 16, 2013
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Close to the conductor, the long, at bar will basically look like an innite slab.
Since J gives current density per unit area, J = I/lw. We can rearrange this so I =
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