Week 1 One Dimensional Motion
I.
Calculating by thinking1
Interpretations are powerful tools for making calculations. Answer the following questions by thinking
and explaining your reasoning to your partners, rather than by plugging into equations. Wri
Week 1 One Dimensional Motion
I.
Calculating by thinking1
Interpretations are powerful tools for making calculations. Answer the following questions by thinking
and explaining your reasoning to your partners, rather than by plugging into equations. Wri
Michaelmas Term, 2006 and 2007
Preprint typeset in JHEP style  HYPER VERSION
Quantum Field Theory
University of Cambridge Part III Mathematical Tripos
Dr David Tong
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics,
Centre for Mathematical Scienc
Lab 1: Electric Interactions I
Getting Started:
1. The term conservation of charge means that an electric charge can neither be
created nor destroyed.
2. The two different types of charges are positive and negative. They react by
repelling from the charge
Welcome to PHY 2053C, Section 1
I am Saiful Khondaker
Plan for Today
Discussion of the syllabus
Chapter 1
The nature of physics
Units
The role of units in problem solving
Trigonometry
At UCF since 2005
Associate Professor at UCF
Ph.D. in semicond
Name:
Section:
Unit 1: IntroductionPostlab
I.
Dimensional Analysis1
In the US, we specify how effectively a car uses gas (fuel efficiency) by citing how many miles per gallon
it gets (MPG). In Europe, they cite liters per 100 kilometers (LPK). Note the c
Unit 8: Energy I
Energy is never created nor destroyed; it just transforms from one kind to another, and from one object
to another. This worksheet introduces you to the connection between work and energy.
I.
Introduction to work, kinetic energy and poten
Unit 3 One Dimensional Motion Part II
I.
Calculating by thinking1
Interpretations are powerful tools for making calculations. Answer the following questions by thinking
and explaining your reasoning to your partners, rather than by plugging into equation
Unit 7 Newtons Laws III: Circular Motion
I.
Exploring Circular Motion1
In a few minutes, you will roll a ball around the inside of the hoop on your table. A portion of the hoop
can be removed.
Individual Predictions: Work alone.
Sketch the path of the pal
Name:
Section:
Unit II: Onedimensional Motion IPostlab
I.
From position to velocity1
In class, you always walked in front of the motion detector. If you could go behind it, your position
would become negative. For instance, a position x = 2 meters mean
Name:
Section:
Unit 4 Motion in TwoDimensions Postlab
I.
Analyzing projectile motion
1. A heavy projectile is thrown and follows a path something like the one
shown in the figure at the right. For each of the quantities in the list (a)
 (d) below, sel
Unit 6 Newtons Laws Part II
I.
Thoughts about freebody diagrams1
Physics courses make a big deal of teaching you to draw freebody diagrams. But why? Two students are
arguing about the purpose of drawing freebody diagrams and of labeling them in a part
BIRLA PUBLIC SCHOOL, DOHAQATAR
CLASS XIHOLIDAY HOMEWORKBIOLOGY RECORD COMPLETION
BIOLOGY PRACTICAL RECORD INDEX
EXPERIMENTSPART I
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
STUDY OF STOMATA
FOOD TESTS 7A ,7B,7C
PLASMOLYSIS
STUDY OF OSMOSIS
SECTIONS OF STEM AND ROOT
URINE
MORPHOLOGY OF
FLOWERING PLANTS
ROOT
Primary root
Secondary root ,teritiary root tap root
Fibrous rootprimary root is short lived and replaced by large number
of rootsoriginate from the base of the stem. Wheat
Adventitious rootsroots arise from the
BIRLA PUBLIC SCHOOL, DOHA QATAR
CLASS XI MATHEMATICS
CHAPTER 5. COMPLEX NUMBERS WORKSHEET
1. Evaluate the following:
36
39
i
(i)
(ii) i
42
(iii) i
91
(iv) i
2. Find the values of x and y if
(i) 7xi = y+3i
2
(ii) 23 i =x yi
16
(iii) (3y2) i
+ (52x)i=
Birla Public School , Doha  Qatar
Revision Schedule  Summer Holidays 2017  '18
Class : XI
Name of the Year Coordinator : Ms. Vinu Susan George
FIRST SESSION [26062017 to 31072017]
S.No
1
Duration of Revision
26062017 to 30062017
Subject
English
BIRLA PUBLIC SCHOOL, DOHA, QATAR
MATHEMATICS CLASS XI (2017 18)
Work sheet  TRIGONOMTRY
Solve the following questions:1. Show that sin +sin(+2/3)+sin(+4/3)=0
2. Evaluate tan /8
3. Find the value of 2cos /13 cos 9/13 +cos 3/13+cos 5/13
4. If tan =m/m+1 a
Computer Fundamentals
1. What is a Computer?
Ans. A computer is an electronic device that can perform Arithmetic
Calculations and Logical Operations at a great speed with a high degree of
accuracy. It can store the results and other data as well and still
Charlie Franco
Physics Lab
ASA Ch 1
6/12/17
1. What is the least count of a measurement instrument, and how is it related to the
number of significant figures of a measurement reading?
The least count is 0.1 grams while the reading can be done to 0.01 gr
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This printout should have 10 questions.
Multiplechoice questions may continue on
the next column or page find all choices
before answering.
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