Problem 1: Estimation (see section 1.10 in course notes)
In a recent publication of Nature, Australian scientists determined that during the last ice age
(22,000 to 19,000 years ago) the sea level reached its low point, 425 to 440 feet below the
present l
Problem 1 (15 points) Mutual Inductance
Consider a long solenoid that has N turns and is tightly wound
using wire of diameter d. The radius of the solenoid is r. Neglect
fringe fields.
(a) For a given current I, how big will the magnetic field in the
sole
Problem 1 (15 points) Mutual Inductance
Consider a long solenoid that has N turns and is tightly wound
using wire of diameter d. The radius of the solenoid is r. Neglect
fringe fields.
(a) For a given current I, how big will the magnetic field in the
sole
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Problem Set 2 Solutions
Fall 2004
Problem 1. Measurement of g.
a) The ball moves in the vertical direction under the inuence of the constant force of gravity1 . Hence in our approximation the ball undergoes onedimensional motion with constant accele
Problem 1 (measurement of g)
The acceleration of gravity can be measured by projecting a body upward and measuring the
time that it takes to pass two given points in both directions. Suppose a friend throw a ball
straight up outside your window. You measu
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Quiz 2
Problem 1: Quick Multiple Choice Questions [10 pts]
For each of the following questions circle the correct answer. You do not need to
show any work.
(a) Which of the following is the result of an elastic
collision between the two is
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Physics Department
8.044 Statistical Physics I
Spring Term 2003
Exam #2
Problem 1 (25 points) Bose Gas
In a weakly interacting gas of Bose particles at low temperature the expansion coefcient and the isothermal compre