Cultural Event Form
HUM 2250 20th Century Humanities
Students Name: _Due Date: _
EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTED CULTURAL EVENTS:
Art or historical museum (art gallery is not a museum and not accepted)
Theatrical performance (Blue Man Group or Cirque du Soleil are a
Cultural Event Form ~ FILM
HUM 2250 20th Century Humanities
Name: _
EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTED FILMS:
Lawrence of Arabia
The Iliad
300
Avatar
Religulous
Star Wars (any)
Harry Potter (any)
Fiddler on the Roof
Indiana Jones (any)
Clash of the Titans
(Original or
Alexander 1
Alexander Fernandez
Professor Boumarate
ENC 1102
2 August 2015
Final Exam
I. a. Is Willy Loman a tragic figure or is he pathetic?
Maybe, Willy Loman could have been a tragic figure or pathetic, or both. On the one hand, it can
see as a tragic
Alexander 1
Alexander Fernandez
Professor Boumarate
ENC 1102
31 July 2015
Outline Research Paper:
The Cask of Amontillado, a Story of Revenge, Irony and Suspense
"The Cask of Amontillado" is a story magnificent, by Edgar Allan Poe. Poe, who through
his te
Alexander.1
Alexander Fernandez
Professor Starren
HUM 2250
14 May 2017
Writing Assignment #2
Dada is a movement originated in Germany and then expanded to New York. This
movement was composed by artists and intellectuals who were expressed against the 1st
Alexander.1
Alexander Fernandez
Professor Starren
HUM 2250
14 May 2017
Writing Assignment #1
Picasso's Les Demoiselles d' Avignon of 1907 and Picasso's Man with a Violine of 1911
reflect compact and distorted figures as image outside a common scientific r
Andrew Remmers
Professor Struganova
PHY 2049C
February 2017
E2b Post Lab
1. This is shown on Lab Sheet.
2. All Graphs are attached as their own page. I chose the trendlines because in our results
you can see a pattern in how the charges dropped off as we
Physics One Sheet
Kinematics (1 Dimension)
Average Velocity: V = x/t
Instantaneous Velocity: V=dx/dt
Average Acceleration: a = v/t
Instantaneous Acceleration: a = dv/dt
Rotational Kinematics (1 Dimension)
Average Angular Velocity: = /t
Instantaneous Angul
Andrew Remmers
Struganova
Phyics 2049 C
February 1st 2017
E2b Pre-Lab
1.
Give a Definition of the electric field as it is stated in Chapter 21 of your text.
- Force/Electric = Electric Field
2. Give definitions of the potential difference and the electros
E12c.
Post-lab
1) Analysis - follow instructions in the lab handouts. Make sure to highlight all
loops/junctions, follow all the steps, and show all calculations.
2) (20p) Answer the questions provided in the lab handout.
3) (10p) Conclusion: a) Conclude
Andrew Remmers
Professor Struganova
PHY 2049C
January 2017
S10a Post Lab
1. Shown below is the graph of the results we recorded from the first part of the lab.
2. .
3. The difference between a tube with two open ends and one open end was interesting but
m
1/18/2017
Andrew Remmers
S10 a pre-lab Lab.
Your answers must be typed or very neatly written.
1. (2p) Give a definition of the linear mass density.
- Mass/Length
2. (1p) What are the SI units for the linear mass density?
- Kg/m3
3. (2p) Explain how you w
Andrew Remmers
E4b Pre-lab.
1) A resistor has a color code red, black, red, gold.
a) (1p) What is the resistance?
- 2000 Ohms
b) (1p) What is the tolerance?
- +/- 5% ( 1900-2100 ohms)
2) Give a written statement of Ohms Law (2p) and explain in which part
1/18/2017
Andrew Remmers
S10 a pre-lab Lab.
Your answers must be typed or very neatly written.
1. (2p) Give a definition of the linear mass density.
- Mass/Length
2. (1p) What are the SI units for the linear mass density?
- Kg/m3
3. (2p) Explain how you w
Extra Credit Write up
Note: I labeled each section in the lab packet with a number, there are some repeats of numbers where
the confusion from the same problem would roll into another section of the lab.
1. When this lab refers to T the Temperature it nev
LAB #11: Mechanical Waves
Theory:
What is standing wave? (definition, not description)
What are nodes and antinodes?
Standing wave equation.
What is velocity of a mechanical wave? Of a standing wave?
Experiment:
1. Use a hanging mass of M=250gr (hange
KEY - General Physics
with Calculus II
(PHY2049 C)
Practice Questions-Set-2 for Exam-1
Summer 2016
1.Which of the following is true for any circuit?
(a)The rate of ow of electrons is the same at any point in
the circuit.
(b)The voltage drop in one complet
PHY20490 Oscillations D7". Kappen
OSCILLATIONS
Periodic Motion:
Any motion that repeat it self over and over again after a regular interval of time is called
a periodic motion.
EX:
(i) Rotation of the earth about its own axis.
(ii) Heart beat of a healt
General Physics with
Calculus II (PHY2049 C)
Practice Questions-Set-2 for Exam-1
Summer 2016
1.Which of the following is true for any circuit?
(a)The rate of ow of electrons is the same at any point in
the circuit.
(b)The voltage drop in one complete trip
Answer Key
Practice Questions (Level-1) Set-1 PHY204QC Summer 2016
1.D; Energy and Momentum.
Medium of the wave remains undisturbed after the wave has passed; mass is not permanently
P
displaced. In Newtonian mechanics; Fzilt and Work =AX. =
dt _ Energy.
General Physics with
Calculus IIPHY2049 C
Home Work-2
Summer 2016
1.An electric dipole consists of a pair of equal but opposite
charges,+Q and Q ; separated by a distance d. The dashed
curves in the gure below are equipotentials (Note that
the equipotenti
General Physics with
Calculus IIPHY2049 C
Home Work-3
Summer 2016
Questions 1-16 refer the circuit shown below:
1. What is the current through resistor a, when switch A
and B have been open for a long time?
(a) 0 A (b) 5 A
(c) 9 A (d)10 A
2. What is the
General Physics with
Calculus IIPHY2049 C
Home Work-1
Summer 2016
1. If a proton and an electron are released when they are
2X 1010 m apart(a typical atomic distance). The initial
acceleration of electron and proton is given by: (mp: 1.67 x
1027 kg and me
WORKSHEET 1
9/16/16, 1:30 PM
WORKSHEET 1: 1-Dimensional Motion
QUESTION 1: Here are three pairs of initial and final positions, respectively, along the x-axis. Which pairs
give a negative displacement?
(a) 3 m, +5 m: Dx = +5 m (-3 m) = +5 m + 3 m = +8 m
(
On Dimensional Analysis, Redundancy in set of
fundamental quantities and Proposal of a New Set
Mohd Abubakr,
Microsoft R & D, Hyderabad,
Email: [email protected]
ABSTRACT
Inclusion of redundant fundamental quantities in SI system has resulted in lot o
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Discussion
introduction
Why are there so many equations in this book? Why can't physicists be content with the written word like everyone
else? Wouldn't it be easier just to spea