2.710 Optics
Quiz 1 Solutions
Spring 09
1. (a) Without correction, the focus is before the retina, leading to blurred vision:
With correction, the image forms (focused) on the retina:
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Problem Set #1
Spring 14
Posted Feb. 10, 2014 Due Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014
1. (Modified from Pedrotti 2-2) In the xy- plane, we need to design a glass (index
of refraction n=1.5) refracting surface to
HOMEWORK VI Solution
1)
One can get the equilibrium fuel cell voltage from the following equation:
Gr (T , P )
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Eq.(1)
ne F
Note that Gr is the function of T and P. Using Equil, one can get
Gr (T = 353K , P = 150kPa) =230kJ/(mole of H2). Using Eq.(1),
3.032 Problem Set 6 Solutions
Fall 2007
Due: Start of Lecture, Wednesday 11.28.07
(NOTE THAT THIS DATE IS LATER THAN IN YOUR SYLLABUS.
PS7 WILL GO OUT ON 11.28 AND BE DUE ON 12.07.)
1. There is very little information available on wikipedia.org (http:/en.
Sample Exam 2 Solutions
Problem 1
a.
Material masked in black is oxide (SiO2 )
VG negative: initially electrons depleted from S/C, eventually goes into inver
sion (becomes p type). Metal gate has depletion of electrons close to interface.
VG positive: ele
3.032 Problem Set 7 Solutions
Fall 2007
Due: Start of Lecture, Friday 12.07.07
1. If ones appendix becomes infected with bacteria, it can rupture or perforate. The contents of
the infected appendix then leak into the abdomen, leading to periappendiceal ab
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2.710 Optics
QUIZ 1
Spring 09
Wednesday, March 9th , 2009
EP
EL
CL
R
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distances shown in mm (not to scale)
CL=corrective lens; EL=eye lens; EP=eye pupil; R=retina
1. Eye correction The schematic above is a grossl
Solution to Problem 1, Problem set 11
a.
The equations of motion may be constructed by considering the free body diagrams of each
rotor in torsion about the long axis of the rotors, the z axis. For now, no damping is
considered. Summing external torques a
2.003 Engineering Dynamics
Problem Set 5-Solution
Problem 1:
Use symmetry rules to find a set of principal axes that pass through the center of mass for each
of the rigid bodies in the four figures below. In each case cite the symmetry rule used to obtain
3.15 Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Materials and Devices
Caroline A. Ross
Fall Term, 2005
Exam 2 (5 pages)
Closed book exam. Formulae and data are on the last 3.5 pages of the exam.
This takes 80 min and there are 80 points total. Be brief in your ans
2.710 Optics
Homework #1
February 18, 2014
Problem 1. Refracting Surface (Modified from Pedrotti 2-2)
Part (a)
Fermats principle requires that every ray that emanates from the object and passes through the
image point must be isochronous (i.e., have equal
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SPRING04
HOMEWORKVI
DUEDATE,April5,2004
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