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School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
Making Espresso Espresso is a coffee beverage made by forcing steam through finely ground coffee beans. Modern espresso makers generate steam at very high pressures and temperatures, but in this problem we'll consider a low-tech espresso machine that only
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics
Quiz 1 This is a photograph of an apple and feather free fall in a evacuated chamber. The apple and feather are released from the top. Suppose the camera opened flash every 1 s. (1) Suppose A1 is the distance from t = 0s to t = 1 s, A2 is the distance fro
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
A Magnet and a Coil When a magnet is plunged into a coil at speed , as shown in the figure, a voltage is induced in the coil and a current flows in the circuit. Part A If the speed of the magnet is doubled, the induced voltage is _ . Hint A.1 How to appro
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
Magnetic Field near a Moving Charge A particle with positive charge is moving with speed along the z axis toward positive . At the time of this problem it is located at the origin, . Your task is to find the magnetic field at various locations in the thre
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
Back to Square One Four point charges form a square with sides of length , as shown in the figure. In the questions that follow, use the constant in place of . Part A What is the electric potential at the center of the square? Make the usual assumption th
School: Georgia State
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I
Gomez1 Mayra Gomez Professor Varnes MuA 1500 22 October 2013 Review #1: Jacob Deaton and Julie Dexter On Wednesday October 16, 2013, Julie Dexter and Jacob Deaton preformed at Churchill Grounds. The duet gig consisted of Dexter on vocals and Deaton on gui
School: Georgia State
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I
Gomez1 Mayra Gomez Professor Varnes MuA 1500 22 October 2013 Review #1: Jacob Deaton and Julie Dexter On Wednesday October 16, 2013, Julie Dexter and Jacob Deaton preformed at Churchill Grounds. The duet gig consisted of Dexter on vocals and Deaton on gui
School: Georgia State
Final Review What You Will Learn Today What have you learned this semester? What might be emphasized on the final exam? Preparation for next class Study for the final exams! 1:30 PM 3:30 PM on Wednesday, April 30th In our regular classroom Final Exam
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Review Exam 3 What You Will Learn Today Review magnetism and EM waves concepts What might be emphasized on Fridays Test? Preparation for next class Make progress on HW09 Prepare for Test 3 For Monday after test: Read 18.1 18.3 Reading Quiz 1. For ele
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Magnetism, Test 2 Review What You Will Learn Today What is Magnetism? What are the characteristics of magnetic fields? Does electric current create magnetic field? Review Test 2 Material Preparation for next class Prepare for Fridays exam! For next Mond
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Electric Potential, Potential Energy What You Will Learn Today What is Electric Potential and how does it relate to electric field? How is potential related to potential energy? What might be emphasized on Fridays test? Preparation for next class Prep
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Course: Physics 2
Exam 1 Review Review charges, forces, fields, potential energy, and potential Reading Quiz A parallel plate capacitor has a negative plate at the bottom and a positive plate at the top. The plates are 1.0 cm apart. Potential at negative plate is 0 V and
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Course: Physics
Rashawn Simmons PHYS 1111k Cherilynn Morrow October 10, 2011 Workability Essay In the essay taken from the book The Three Laws of Performance the author discusses how leaders need the trait of integrity in order to effectively lead a group, or for a group
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics II
Chapter 30 Potential & Field Chapter 30. Reading Quizzes 1 2 What quantity is represented by the symbol ? What quantity is represented by the symbol ? A. Electronic potential B. Excitation potential C. EMF D. Electric stopping power E. Exosphericity 3 A.
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Course: Phy 2212
Chapter 26 Electricity and Magnetism Electric Field: Continuous Charge Distribution 1 Find electric field at point P. Continuous Charge Distribution r qi r ^ E i = ke 2 ri ri r E= i r Ei + P + + + + + + + E = ke lim qi 0 i q i dq ^ ^ ri = ke 2 r 2 ri r 2
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Course: Phy 2212
1. Waves and Particles 2. Interference of Waves 3. Wave Nature of Light 1. Double-Slit Experiment reading: Chapter 22 2. Single-Slit Diffraction reading: Chapter 22 3. Diffraction Grating reading: Chapter 22 Chapter 22 Light as a Wave: Wave Optics The Nat
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Course: Phy 2212
Introduction: Vectors and Integrals Vectors r a Vectors are characterized by two parameters: length (magnitude) direction r a These vectors are the same r a Sum of the vectors: r a r b r a r b r b r r r r a+b= b+a r a Vectors Sum of the vectors: for a lar
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Course: Phy 2212
Chapter 31 Fundamentals of Circuits 1 Capacitors in Series V1 - + C1 - V2 + C2 - V + V = V1 + V2 2 Conductor in Electric Field no electric field r E equilibrium r E =0 r E r E 3 Conductor in Electric Field no electric field r E conducting wire ELECTRIC CU
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Course: Phy 2212
Chapter 29 Electric Potential: Charged Conductor 1 Electric Potential: Charged Conductor Consider two points (A and B) on the surface of the charged conductor E is always perpendicular to the displacement ds Therefore, E ds = 0 Therefore, the potential d
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Course: Physics
Quiz 1 This is a photograph of an apple and feather free fall in a evacuated chamber. The apple and feather are released from the top. Suppose the camera opened flash every 1 s. (1) Suppose A1 is the distance from t = 0s to t = 1 s, A2 is the distance fro
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Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
Q: If the acceleration of an object is negative, the object must be slowing down. A: False Q: The motion of a particle is described in the velocity versus time graph shown in the figure. We can say that its speed A: decreases and then increases Q: Two obj
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Course: INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS 2
N n le M U t T I = L 1; : l U l 1 : L Chn . o se th e o n ,t [ t e r n a t i t h w a t s t u b m c o l e p t e t h s c s 1n t c t a u n l r o s w n a e t h r s e i o s l 1l v u n . II 2) Yo \ a re t u n u ,m in ei t h t ca n " iz e y o lir m a \ m t 1 s a
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Course: Calculus Based Physics II
Exam 1: Physics 2212/section-2. Your name (Last, First): 1. Find the displacement of a simple harmonic wave of amplitude 6.44 m at t = 0.71 s. Assum that the wave number is 2.34 m', the angular frequency is 2.88 rad/s, and that the wave is propagatinC1br-
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Course: Physics 1
Making Espresso Espresso is a coffee beverage made by forcing steam through finely ground coffee beans. Modern espresso makers generate steam at very high pressures and temperatures, but in this problem we'll consider a low-tech espresso machine that only
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
A Magnet and a Coil When a magnet is plunged into a coil at speed , as shown in the figure, a voltage is induced in the coil and a current flows in the circuit. Part A If the speed of the magnet is doubled, the induced voltage is _ . Hint A.1 How to appro
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
Magnetic Field near a Moving Charge A particle with positive charge is moving with speed along the z axis toward positive . At the time of this problem it is located at the origin, . Your task is to find the magnetic field at various locations in the thre
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
Back to Square One Four point charges form a square with sides of length , as shown in the figure. In the questions that follow, use the constant in place of . Part A What is the electric potential at the center of the square? Make the usual assumption th
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics
Homework 9 (due: November 30) 1. Find a period of oscillations of a block of mass 200 g, attached to a spring with spring constant of 700 N/m. 2. The amplitude of simple harmonic oscillation is A = 10 cm. Find a displacement x when K=1/6 U. Here K is a ki
School: Georgia State
Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
Mark Times (1/60s) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Percentage Error (%) for Average Acceleration 0.45 Percentage Error (%) for Slope 0.37 Position (cm) 10.00 10.41 10.99 11.87 13.04 14.46 16.19 18.15 20.31 22.81 25.71 28.8
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Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
mi (kg) 0 0.100 0.150 0.200 0.250 0.300 0.350 0.400 0.450 0.500 Slope k= Xi (m) T 20 cycles (s) T 1 cycle (s) m eff (kg) meff-mi (kg) 0.2221 0.3280 16.22 0.811 0.3772 17.48 0.874 0.4322 19.98 0.999 0.4821 20.54 1.027 0.5352 21.88 1.094 0.5861 22.92 1.146
School: Georgia State
Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
Normal Force () 9.9 19.1 28.2 39.5 51.6 59.7 Newtons (N) 4.1 3.6 3.5 2.9 1.8 1.5 Static Friction Trial 1 2 3 4 Average of Critical Angles () s . Trial 1 2 3 4 Averages s k Difference in s values: Difference in k values: cos 0.99 0.94 0.88 0.77 0.62 0.50
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Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
M= 0.2199 kg m(kg) m/(M+m) (kg) s 0.007 0.031 0.158 0.008 0.035 0.151 0.009 0.039 0.143 0.010 0.043 0.132 0.012 0.052 0.124 vf (m/s) 0.665 0.695 0.734 0.795 0.847 M= 0.3199 kg m (kg) m/(M+m) (kg) s 0.007 0.021 0.188 0.008 0.024 0.172 0.009 0.027 0.161 0.0
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Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
Ring Disk Axle Inner Diameter (m) Outer Diameter (m) Inner Radius (m)Outer Radius (m) Mass (kg) 0.225 0.255 0.113 0.128 4.26 N/A 0.255 N/A 0.128 4.99 0.046 N/A 0.023 N/A N/A m (kg) 0.04 0.04 0.04 Avg 0.04 Base + Disk 0.02 0.02 0.02 Avg 0.02 Base + Ring 0.
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ 20 points Ray Optics Group Members Present: Each member to write his/her name _ _ _ Objectives: Understand the concepts of reflection, refraction, image formation, and magnification through hands-on work with lenses, mi
School: Georgia State
Course: Phy 2212
Physics 2212K - Summer 2011, MWF 10:00 am - 11:40 am Principles of Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism, Light, Modern Physics Course Objectives: The primary objectives of the course are for students to develop understanding of fundamental physical princ
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Course: Physics 1
Making Espresso Espresso is a coffee beverage made by forcing steam through finely ground coffee beans. Modern espresso makers generate steam at very high pressures and temperatures, but in this problem we'll consider a low-tech espresso machine that only
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics
Quiz 1 This is a photograph of an apple and feather free fall in a evacuated chamber. The apple and feather are released from the top. Suppose the camera opened flash every 1 s. (1) Suppose A1 is the distance from t = 0s to t = 1 s, A2 is the distance fro
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
A Magnet and a Coil When a magnet is plunged into a coil at speed , as shown in the figure, a voltage is induced in the coil and a current flows in the circuit. Part A If the speed of the magnet is doubled, the induced voltage is _ . Hint A.1 How to appro
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
Magnetic Field near a Moving Charge A particle with positive charge is moving with speed along the z axis toward positive . At the time of this problem it is located at the origin, . Your task is to find the magnetic field at various locations in the thre
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 1
Back to Square One Four point charges form a square with sides of length , as shown in the figure. In the questions that follow, use the constant in place of . Part A What is the electric potential at the center of the square? Make the usual assumption th
School: Georgia State
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I
Gomez1 Mayra Gomez Professor Varnes MuA 1500 22 October 2013 Review #1: Jacob Deaton and Julie Dexter On Wednesday October 16, 2013, Julie Dexter and Jacob Deaton preformed at Churchill Grounds. The duet gig consisted of Dexter on vocals and Deaton on gui
School: Georgia State
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I
MayraGomez Dr.Raghavan Physics1112K VideoBonusAssignment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. MotionDiagramVideo: Thevideoonmotiondiagramsisagreatwayofteachinginaconcisemanner.I believethatthisvideoisaneffectiveapproachbecauseitinvolvesalotof examplesan
School: Georgia State
Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
Mark Times (1/60s) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Percentage Error (%) for Average Acceleration 0.45 Percentage Error (%) for Slope 0.37 Position (cm) 10.00 10.41 10.99 11.87 13.04 14.46 16.19 18.15 20.31 22.81 25.71 28.8
School: Georgia State
Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
mi (kg) 0 0.100 0.150 0.200 0.250 0.300 0.350 0.400 0.450 0.500 Slope k= Xi (m) T 20 cycles (s) T 1 cycle (s) m eff (kg) meff-mi (kg) 0.2221 0.3280 16.22 0.811 0.3772 17.48 0.874 0.4322 19.98 0.999 0.4821 20.54 1.027 0.5352 21.88 1.094 0.5861 22.92 1.146
School: Georgia State
Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
Normal Force () 9.9 19.1 28.2 39.5 51.6 59.7 Newtons (N) 4.1 3.6 3.5 2.9 1.8 1.5 Static Friction Trial 1 2 3 4 Average of Critical Angles () s . Trial 1 2 3 4 Averages s k Difference in s values: Difference in k values: cos 0.99 0.94 0.88 0.77 0.62 0.50
School: Georgia State
Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
M= 0.2199 kg m(kg) m/(M+m) (kg) s 0.007 0.031 0.158 0.008 0.035 0.151 0.009 0.039 0.143 0.010 0.043 0.132 0.012 0.052 0.124 vf (m/s) 0.665 0.695 0.734 0.795 0.847 M= 0.3199 kg m (kg) m/(M+m) (kg) s 0.007 0.021 0.188 0.008 0.024 0.172 0.009 0.027 0.161 0.0
School: Georgia State
Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
Ring Disk Axle Inner Diameter (m) Outer Diameter (m) Inner Radius (m)Outer Radius (m) Mass (kg) 0.225 0.255 0.113 0.128 4.26 N/A 0.255 N/A 0.128 4.99 0.046 N/A 0.023 N/A N/A m (kg) 0.04 0.04 0.04 Avg 0.04 Base + Disk 0.02 0.02 0.02 Avg 0.02 Base + Ring 0.
School: Georgia State
Course: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
Q: If the acceleration of an object is negative, the object must be slowing down. A: False Q: The motion of a particle is described in the velocity versus time graph shown in the figure. We can say that its speed A: decreases and then increases Q: Two obj
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Ray Model of Light What You Will Learn Today What is Snells law of refraction? How do light rays interact with curved lenses and mirrors? Preparation for next class Read Chapter 18 Make progress on HW10 Come Say Hi to the Piggy! Stand about two feet
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Relativity What You Will Learn Today What is space? What is time? How can one stay young? How can one lose/gain weight? Preparation for next class Finish HW10 Work on video bonus Start preparing for the final exams The Drive to the Finish Today: Rel
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Quantum Physics What You Will Learn Today How weird does nature get in the tiny scale? Is light special in having a dual nature? What is Heisenbergs Uncertainty Principle? Is quantum tunneling real? Preparation for next class Work on your bonus assignmen
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Final Review What You Will Learn Today What have you learned this semester? What might be emphasized on the final exam? Preparation for next class Study for the final exams! 1:30 PM 3:30 PM on Wednesday, April 30th In our regular classroom Final Exam
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Ray Model of Light What You Will Learn Today How do light rays interact with curved lenses and mirrors? How does the human eye work? Preparation for next class Read Chapter 18 Make progress on HW10 Reading Quiz Match the choices 1. A ray going to medi
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Ray Model of Light What You Will Learn Today How did you do on Test 3? How do we see things? How do we model light as rays? Preparation for next class Read Chapter 18 Bring protractor and ruler for next class! Start HW10: Chapter 18 Test 3 Performan
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ 20 points Ray Optics Group Members Present: Each member to write his/her name _ _ _ Objectives: Understand the concepts of reflection, refraction, image formation, and magnification through hands-on work with lenses, mi
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Electromagnetic Induction What You Will Learn Today What are the wave properties of light? What is diffraction? What is spectroscopy? Preparation for next class Read Chapter 17 Finish HW08 Start HW09: Chapter 17 Interference: Youngs Double-Slit Exp.
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Electromagnetic Induction What You Will Learn Today What are the wave properties of light? What is diffraction? What is spectroscopy? Preparation for next class Read Sections 17.1 17.4 Start HW08: Chapter 25 Reading Quiz 1. Magnetic flux is A. B. C.
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Review Exam 3 What You Will Learn Today Review magnetism and EM waves concepts What might be emphasized on Fridays Test? Preparation for next class Make progress on HW09 Prepare for Test 3 For Monday after test: Read 18.1 18.3 Reading Quiz 1. For ele
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ 20 points Wave Nature of Light Group Members Present: Each member to write his/her name _ _ _ Objectives: Explore the wave nature of Light. Part One: Diffraction (20 min) 1.1 In our daily experience, we see shadows cast
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Electromagnetic Induction What You Will Learn Today How can magnetic field induce electric current? How do generators work? What is eddy current? What are some application of electromagnetic induction? Preparation for next class Read Chapter 25 Start HW08
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Electromagnetic Induction What You Will Learn Today How can magnetic field induce electric current? How do generators work? What is an electromagnetic wave? Preparation for next class Read Chapter 25 Start HW08: Chapter 25 Faradays Law Faradays & Len
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Electromagnetic Induction Group Number: _ Group Members Present: 20 points Each member to write his/her name _ _ _ Objectives: Review the concepts of magnetism. Use simulation tools to study the nature of induced currents as a preview
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Magnetic Field and Force What You Will Learn Today What is the force from a magnetic field on a moving charge or current? How to determine the direction of this force? Preparation for next class Enjoy your spring break! Bring workbook to next class!
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Magnetic Field and Force What You Will Learn Today How do magnetic fields interact with dipoles? How do electric motors work? How do speakers and MRI work? Preparation for next class Complete Workbook Assignment for Bonus points! Read Sections 25.1 2
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Magnetism, Test 2 Review What You Will Learn Today What is Magnetism? What are the characteristics of magnetic fields? Does electric current create magnetic field? Review Test 2 Material Preparation for next class Prepare for Fridays exam! For next Mond
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Magnetic Field and Force What You Will Learn Today How did you do on Test-2? How are current and magnetic field related? What is the force from a magnetic field on a moving charge or current? How to determine the direction of this force? Preparation f
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ 20 points Activity 4: Magnetism Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Explore and understand magnetism. Understand how magnetic fields are similar to electric fields and how they are
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RC Circuits What You Will Learn Today How do capacitor work in series and parallel? What are RC circuits? Why are they important? Preparation for next class Make progress on HW06 Begin reviewing for next weeks test Read 24.1 24.3 Reading Quiz In the
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Electric Circuits What You Will Learn Today What is the parallel arrangement for resistors? How do we analyze circuits or circuit segments? Preparation for next class Make progress on HW06: Chapter 23 Read Chapter 23 Reading Quiz 1. The resistances (b
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Magnetic Field and Force What You Will Learn Today Get some practice with magnetic fields in a lab setting Preparation for next class Make progress on HW07 Read Chapter 24 Reading Quiz 1. Magnetic field points towards A. B. C. D. E. F. Positive charges
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ Activity 4: Electric Circuits Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Use hands-on experimentation to understand the concepts of potential difference across a circuit and the current (
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Current and Resistance What You Will Learn Today What is electric current? What causes current (i.e., charge flow)? What is Resistance and how is it related to Potential and Current? What is Electric Power? How do we represent electric circuits? Preparati
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Electric Circuits What You Will Learn Today What is the series arrangement for resistors? What is the net resistance in series? What is the current through each resistor in series? What is the potential difference across each resistor in series? Preparati
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Potential, Resistance, Current What You Will Learn Today Get more practice working with Potential, Resistance, Current Preparation for next class Start HW06: Chapter 23 Read Chapter 23.1 23.4 Workbook Activity All of Chapter 22 (Pages 22-1 to 22-7) ex
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Electric Potential, Field, Charge-Flow Group Number: _ Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Understand the relationship between electric field and potential. Discover how a battery maintains a sepa
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Electric Field Applications What You Will Learn Today How are field lines and vectors related? How do electric fields behave in parallel plate capacitors and conductors? When and how do dipoles encounter torque in electric fields? Preparation for next
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Electric Potential, Capacitors What You Will Learn Today How did you do on Test 1? English: How does a camera flash work? Physics: How do capacitors store a large amount of energy and deliver it very quickly? Preparation for next class No homework due
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Electric Potential, Potential Energy What You Will Learn Today What is Electric Potential and how does it relate to electric field? How is potential related to potential energy? What might be emphasized on Fridays test? Preparation for next class Prep
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Electric Potential, Capacitors What You Will Learn Today How are electric potential and field related? What causes charges to flow in a circuit? How do batteries work? Preparation for next class Start HW05: Chapter 21 & 22 Read Sections 22.1 22.5 Rea
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Capacitance What You Will Learn Today Review capacitors: capacitance, potential, charge, field Preparation for next class Read sections 22.1 22.5 Work on the bonus assignment! Bonus Assignment 5 points, due noon on Monday, February 17th Check out the
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ Electric Potential Lab Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Observe the Potential (V) vs. Distance (r) relationship around a positive and a negative charge. Understand the differenc
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Charge Model What You Will Learn Today What are charges? How do they interact? What is the atomic structure? How are molecules built? Preparation for next class Obtain textbook/material, register for MP Make progress on Homework 1 and 2 Read sections 2
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Electric Potential, Potential Energy What You Will Learn Today What is Electric Potential? How is potential related to potential energy? Preparation for next class Read 21.1 21.5 Finish HW03: Chapter 20 Start HW04: Chapter 21 New location for office hou
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Coulombs Law & Electric Fields What You Will Learn Today What is an Electric Field? How does the electric field look in the vicinity of point charges? Preparation for next class Finish HW02: Chapter 20 Refresh vectors/trigonometry Read Chapter 20 Ele
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Electric Field from Charges Group Number: _ Objectives: Group Members Present: Empirically determine the electric field (E) vs. position (r) _ relationship for a variety of charge configurations. Compare/contrast these E vs. r relation
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Charge Model & Coulombs Law What You Will Learn Today What forces do charges apply on each other? How do we determine the net force from multiple charges? Preparation for the next class Read sections 20.4 20.5 Complete Homework 1, make progress on Hom
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Electric Field From Point Charges What You Will Learn Today How do we determine the net electric field from multiple charges? Preparation for next class Read Chapter 20 Start HW03: Chapter 20 Reading Quiz 1. Which of the following is a unit of electric
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PHYS 1112: Electricity & Magnetism, Optics Lets Get to Know Each Other A bit about me Dr. Deepak Raghavan Adjunct Professor, Physics & Astronomy email: raghavan@chara.gsu.edu Office: 25 Park Place, Room 624 Telephone: (404) 413-6044 Research Interests: E
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Course: INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS 2
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Course: INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS 2
N n le M U t T I = L 1; : l U l 1 : L Chn . o se th e o n ,t [ t e r n a t i t h w a t s t u b m c o l e p t e t h s c s 1n t c t a u n l r o s w n a e t h r s e i o s l 1l v u n . II 2) Yo \ a re t u n u ,m in ei t h t ca n " iz e y o lir m a \ m t 1 s a
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Course: INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS 2
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I
Gomez1 Mayra Gomez Professor Varnes MuA 1500 22 October 2013 Review #1: Jacob Deaton and Julie Dexter On Wednesday October 16, 2013, Julie Dexter and Jacob Deaton preformed at Churchill Grounds. The duet gig consisted of Dexter on vocals and Deaton on gui
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Final Review What You Will Learn Today What have you learned this semester? What might be emphasized on the final exam? Preparation for next class Study for the final exams! 1:30 PM 3:30 PM on Wednesday, April 30th In our regular classroom Final Exam
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Review Exam 3 What You Will Learn Today Review magnetism and EM waves concepts What might be emphasized on Fridays Test? Preparation for next class Make progress on HW09 Prepare for Test 3 For Monday after test: Read 18.1 18.3 Reading Quiz 1. For ele
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Magnetism, Test 2 Review What You Will Learn Today What is Magnetism? What are the characteristics of magnetic fields? Does electric current create magnetic field? Review Test 2 Material Preparation for next class Prepare for Fridays exam! For next Mond
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Electric Potential, Potential Energy What You Will Learn Today What is Electric Potential and how does it relate to electric field? How is potential related to potential energy? What might be emphasized on Fridays test? Preparation for next class Prep
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Exam 1 Review Review charges, forces, fields, potential energy, and potential Reading Quiz A parallel plate capacitor has a negative plate at the bottom and a positive plate at the top. The plates are 1.0 cm apart. Potential at negative plate is 0 V and
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Complete Homework 21a Study for Fridays exam! Preparation for next class Review charges, forces, fields, potential energy, and potential What might be emphasized on Fridays exam? What You Will Learn Today Electric Potential 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What is the
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Rashawn Simmons PHYS 1111k Cherilynn Morrow October 10, 2011 Workability Essay In the essay taken from the book The Three Laws of Performance the author discusses how leaders need the trait of integrity in order to effectively lead a group, or for a group
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Chapter 30 Potential & Field Chapter 30. Reading Quizzes 1 2 What quantity is represented by the symbol ? What quantity is represented by the symbol ? A. Electronic potential B. Excitation potential C. EMF D. Electric stopping power E. Exosphericity 3 A.
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Chapter 26 Electricity and Magnetism Electric Field: Continuous Charge Distribution 1 Find electric field at point P. Continuous Charge Distribution r qi r ^ E i = ke 2 ri ri r E= i r Ei + P + + + + + + + E = ke lim qi 0 i q i dq ^ ^ ri = ke 2 r 2 ri r 2
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1. Waves and Particles 2. Interference of Waves 3. Wave Nature of Light 1. Double-Slit Experiment reading: Chapter 22 2. Single-Slit Diffraction reading: Chapter 22 3. Diffraction Grating reading: Chapter 22 Chapter 22 Light as a Wave: Wave Optics The Nat
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Introduction: Vectors and Integrals Vectors r a Vectors are characterized by two parameters: length (magnitude) direction r a These vectors are the same r a Sum of the vectors: r a r b r a r b r b r r r r a+b= b+a r a Vectors Sum of the vectors: for a lar
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Chapter 31 Fundamentals of Circuits 1 Capacitors in Series V1 - + C1 - V2 + C2 - V + V = V1 + V2 2 Conductor in Electric Field no electric field r E equilibrium r E =0 r E r E 3 Conductor in Electric Field no electric field r E conducting wire ELECTRIC CU
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Chapter 29 Electric Potential: Charged Conductor 1 Electric Potential: Charged Conductor Consider two points (A and B) on the surface of the charged conductor E is always perpendicular to the displacement ds Therefore, E ds = 0 Therefore, the potential d
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Chapter 29 Electric Potential Reading: Chapter 29 1 Electrical Potential Energy When a test charge is placed in an electric field, it experiences a force r E r r F = qE q r s r If s is an infinitesimal displacement of test charge, then the work done by el
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Reading: Chapter 28 E= Q Q = ke 2 4o r 2 r For r > a Gauss's Law 1 Chapter 28 Gauss's Law 2 Electric Flux Definition: Electric flux is the product of the magnitude of the electric field and the surface area, A, perpendicular to the field E = EA The field
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Chapter 25 Electricity and Magnetism Electric Fields: Coulomb's Law Reading: Chapter 25 1 Electric Charges: Conductors and Isolators Electrical conductors are materials in which some of the electrons are free electrons These electrons can move relativel
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The law of reflection: 1 = 1 The law of refraction: n2 sin 2 = n1 sin 1 Snell's Law Image formation 1 Chapter 23 Ray Optics - Applications: Image Formation 2 Images are always located by extending diverging rays back to a point at which they intersect Ima
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Chapter 16: Macroscopic Description of Matter Stop to think 16.2 Stop to think 16.3 Stop to think 16.5 Stop to think 16.6 Stop to think 16.7 Example 16.2 Example 16.3 Example 16.6 Example 16.10 page 485 page 487 page 494 page 498 page 498 page 485 page 49
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Chapter 14 Oscillations 1. To understand the physics and mathematics of oscillation. 2. To draw and interpret oscillatory graphs. 3. To learn the concepts of phase and phase constant 4. To understand and use energy conservation in oscillatory system 5. To
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Chapter 12 Rotation of a Rigid Body 12.1 Rotational Motion 12.2 Center of Mass 12.3 Rotational energy 12.4 Moment of Inertia 12.5 Torque 12.6 Rotational dynamics 12.7 Rotation about a fixed axis 12.8 *Rigid-body equilibrium 12.9 Rolling Motion Stop to thi
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Chapter11:Work Howmanykindsofenergyarethere? Underwhatconditionsisenergyconserved Howdoesasystemgainorloseenergy? Stoptothink11.1 Stoptothink11.2 Stoptothink11.3 Stoptothink11.4 Stoptothink11.7 P304 P306 P310 P312 P327 Example11.1 Example11.6 Example11.
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Quiz 1 This is a photograph of an apple and feather free fall in a evacuated chamber. The apple and feather are released from the top. Suppose the camera opened flash every 1 s. (1) Suppose A1 is the distance from t = 0s to t = 1 s, A2 is the distance fro
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Q: If the acceleration of an object is negative, the object must be slowing down. A: False Q: The motion of a particle is described in the velocity versus time graph shown in the figure. We can say that its speed A: decreases and then increases Q: Two obj
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N n le M U t T I = L 1; : l U l 1 : L Chn . o se th e o n ,t [ t e r n a t i t h w a t s t u b m c o l e p t e t h s c s 1n t c t a u n l r o s w n a e t h r s e i o s l 1l v u n . II 2) Yo \ a re t u n u ,m in ei t h t ca n " iz e y o lir m a \ m t 1 s a
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Exam 1: Physics 2212/section-2. Your name (Last, First): 1. Find the displacement of a simple harmonic wave of amplitude 6.44 m at t = 0.71 s. Assum that the wave number is 2.34 m', the angular frequency is 2.88 rad/s, and that the wave is propagatinC1br-
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Quiz 1 This is a photograph of an apple and feather free fall in a evacuated chamber. The apple and feather are released from the top. Suppose the camera opened flash every 1 s. * (2) Suppose A1 is the distance from t = 0s to t = 1 s, A2 is the distance f
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16) Ahanging spring stretchesan extra asa massis suspended fromit. Whatisthe spring constant? 16) _ 913N/cm B) 1820N/m 913N/m D) 457N/m Aparticle experiences aforcegiven by Findthe potential fieldthe particleisin. (Assume thatthezero ofpotential energyis
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1) Aforceof stretches aspring from equilibrium. Whatisthe valueofthe spring constant? 1) _ 38N/m B) 71N/m C) 80N/m D) 58N/m Aspring stretchesby when a object isattached. Whatisthe weightofa fishthat would stretchthe springby 2) _ 145N B) 91N C) 199N D) 27
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Quiz 1 This is a photograph of an apple and feather free fall in a evacuated chamber. The apple and feather are released from the top. Suppose the camera opened flash every 1 s. (1) Suppose A1 is the distance from t = 0s to t = 1 s, A2 is the distance fro
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Phys.2211 practicing problems Review the tests, quizzes. Practice stop to think Chapt. 12,14,17,20 Summarize the homework. prepare your own formula sheet Final exam. schedule: MWclass: Dec.7, Monday 5:00 pm TR class Dec.10,Thurs. 10:15 am comprehensive
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Making Espresso Espresso is a coffee beverage made by forcing steam through finely ground coffee beans. Modern espresso makers generate steam at very high pressures and temperatures, but in this problem we'll consider a low-tech espresso machine that only
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A Magnet and a Coil When a magnet is plunged into a coil at speed , as shown in the figure, a voltage is induced in the coil and a current flows in the circuit. Part A If the speed of the magnet is doubled, the induced voltage is _ . Hint A.1 How to appro
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Magnetic Field near a Moving Charge A particle with positive charge is moving with speed along the z axis toward positive . At the time of this problem it is located at the origin, . Your task is to find the magnetic field at various locations in the thre
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Back to Square One Four point charges form a square with sides of length , as shown in the figure. In the questions that follow, use the constant in place of . Part A What is the electric potential at the center of the square? Make the usual assumption th
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Homework 9 (due: November 30) 1. Find a period of oscillations of a block of mass 200 g, attached to a spring with spring constant of 700 N/m. 2. The amplitude of simple harmonic oscillation is A = 10 cm. Find a displacement x when K=1/6 U. Here K is a ki
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Homework 8 (due: November 9) 1. A ceiling fan is turned on and a net torque of 8 N.m is applied to the blade. The blades have a total moment of inertia of 0.2 kg.m2. What is the angular acceleration of the blades? 2. What is the net torque on the pulley a
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Homework 7 (due: October 31) 1. How much work does an elevator motor do to lift a 600 kg elevator a height of 20 m? 2. An object of mass 10 kg is pulled up an incline that makes an angle of 45o with the horizontal by an external force. The object moves up
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Homework 6 (due: October 21) 1. A 2-kg block moves along a horizontal surface at constant speed of 10 mph. Find the kinetic energy of the block. 2. An object of mass 5 kg is pulled up an incline that makes an angle of 45o with the horizontal by an externa
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Homework 5 (due: October 12) 1. A block of mass 700 g moves with constant velocity of 8 m/s. Find the magnitude of the momentum of the block. 2. A 1000 kg car is traveling east at 10 m/s, while a 2000 kg truck is traveling south at 20 m/s. Find the magnit
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Homework 4 (due: October 3) 1. An external force of magnitude 90 N is applied to the system of blocks connected by springs. After some time the system will move as a whole with constant acceleration. Find this acceleration. The coefficient of kinetic fric
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Homework 3 (due: September 21) 1. A block of mass 250 g moves with constant acceleration 3 m/s2. Find the magnitude of the net force acting on the block. 2. A force of 5 N acts on an object of mass 100 g. What is the objects acceleration? 3. A block is pu
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Homework 2 (due: September, 9) 1. What constant acceleration must a car have to go from zero to 20 mph in 10 s? 2. A car starts from zero velocity and travels with constant acceleration 1.5 m/s2. How far has the car travel in 30 seconds? 3. A jet is cruis
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Homework 1 (due: August 31) 1. You walk 2 miles to the south, then turn 600 to your right and walk another 3 miles. How far are you from where you originally started? 2. Vector points to the north and has magnitude 3, vector points to the south and has ma
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Rashawn Simmons OBJECTS EXPLORING & UNDERSTANDING CHARGED Grant Pachal, Kara Wise 2-A ACTIVITY TITLE: MASTERING the CHARGE MODEL OBJECTIVES: To learn to plan, implement, and document logical procedures and observations regarding the physical behavior of c
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Homework7 Chapt. 10 A fuel tank explodes, ripping the container into two pieces of masses 30 kg and 22 kg and sending them 7.1 m and 13.2 m high, respectively. What was the energy released by the explosion if all energy becomes the KE of the fragments? So
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Homework 6 Chapt. 9 Consider the components of the momentum vector Recall that momentum is a vector quantity. It is helpful to consider the horizontal and vertical components of the momenta separately. How do the vertical components of the momenta change
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Homework 5 Chapt. 7 & 8 Atwood machine Part H, If m1 , and m2 remains finite, what value does the magnitude of the tension approach. After you made the free-body diagrams for m1 and m2 You can get T m1 g m1a (1) T m 2 g m 2a (2) m 2 m1 (1) (2) m 2 g m1 g
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Homework4- help Chap. 5 & 6 5.35. Model: Use the particle model for the object. Solve: (a) We are told that for an unknown force (call it F0 ) acting on an unknown mass (call it m0 ) the acceleration of the mass is 8 m/s 2 . According to Newtons second la
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Homework2 help 2.28. Visualize: Solve: We will determine the objects velocity using graphical methods first and then using calculus. Graphically, v (t ) = v0 + area under the acceleration curve from 0 to t. In this case, v0 = 0 m/s. The area at each time
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Physics 100A Homework 4 Chapter 5 Newtons First Law A)If a car is moving to the left with constant velocity then the net force applied to the car is zero. B) An object cannot remain at rest unless the net force acting on it is zero. C) An object has const
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Homework 8 Chapt. 11 & 12 help 11.47. Model: Model the suitcase as a particle, use the model of kinetic friction, and use the work-kinetic energy theorem. Visualize: The net force on the suitcase is Fnet f k . Solve: The work-kinetic energy theorem is 1 1
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Physics 1112 Homework 2 (due: February 10) 1. Two identical metal spheres A and B are connected by a metal rod. Both are initially neutral. 1x1012 electrons are added to sphere A, then the connecting rod is removed. Afterward, what are the charge of A and
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Electric Fields and Forces Learning Goal: To understand Coulomb's law, electric fields, and the connection between the electric field and the electric force. Coulomb's law gives the electrostatic force acting between two charges. The magnitude of the forc
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Coulomb's Law Tutorial Learning Goal: To understand how to calculate forces between charged particles, particularly the dependence on the sign of the charges and the distance between them. Coulomb's law describes the force that two charged particles exert
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20.12. Model: The wave is a traveling wave. Solve: (a) A comparison of the wave equation with Equation 20.14 yields: A = 3.5 cm, k = 2.7 rad/m, = 124 rad/s, and 0 = 0 rad . The frequency is f= 124 rad/s = = 19.7 Hz 2 2 b) The wavelength is: = 2 2 = = 2.3
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16.24. Model: Treat the oxygen gas in the cylinder as an ideal gas. Solve: (a) The number of moles of oxygen is n= M 50 g = = 1.563 mol Mmol 32 g mol (b) The number of molecules is N = nN A = (1.563 mol ) 6.02 1023 mol 1 = 9.41 1023 . (c) The volume of th
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14.4. Model: The air-track glider attached to a spring is in simple harmonic motion. Visualize: The position of the glider can be represented as x(t) = A cos t . Solve: The glider is pulled to the right and released from rest at t = 0 s . It then oscillat
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Homework 9 Chapt. 12 & 14 help 12.11. Model: The disk is a rigid body rotating about an axis through its center. Visualize: Solve: The speed of the point on the rim is given by vrim = R . The angular velocity of the disk can be determined from its rotatio
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Homework 9 Chapt. 14 solutions (1) Cosine Wave The graph shows the position of an oscillating object as a function of time . The equation of the graph is , Part A What is A in the equation? Part B What is in the equation? Part C What is in the equation? F
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Homework 8-help Chap. 13 (notice, you may have different value in your mastering physics) 13.6. Model: The magnetic computer disk is a rigid rotating body. Visualize: Solve: Using the rotational kinematic equation f = i + t, we get 1 = 0 rad + (600 rad/s2
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Homework8 Chapt. 11 & 12 Delivering Rescue Supplies You are a member of an alpine rescue team and must project a box of supplies, with mass , up an incline of constant slope angle so that it reaches a stranded skier who is a vertical distance above the bo
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Homework7-help 1/ the last part of Introduction of Collision Most real collisions are somewhere between elastic and perfectly inelastic. This is indicated by the elasticity E of the collision, which measures the difference in the velocities of the particl
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Homework7 Chapt. 10 & 11 1/ the last part of Introduction of Collision Most real collisions are somewhere between elastic and perfectly inelastic. This is indicated by the elasticity E of the collision, which measures the difference in the velocities of t
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9.17 The system has nonzero initial momentum pix. As Dan (D) jumps backward off the gliding skateboard (S), the skateboard will move forward in such a way that the final total momentum of the system pfx is equal to pix. This conservation of momentum occur
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Homework 6 Chapt 8 & 9 Accelerating along a Racetrack Since acceleration is a vector quantity, an object moving at constant speed along a curved path has nonzero acceleration because the direction of its velocity v is changing, even though the magnitude o
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Homework 5 help 1) A bullet is shot through two cardboard disks attached a distance D apart to a shaft turning with a rotational period T. The speed of bullet is 2 D V= T 7.24. Model: Model the child on the merry-go-round as a particle in nonuniform circu
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Homework 5 Chapt. 7 Atwood machine Part H, If m1 , and m2 remains finite, what value does the magnitude of the tension approach. After you made the free-body diagrams for m1 and m2 You can get T m1 g = m1a (1) T m 2 g = m 2a (2) m 2 m1 (1) (2) m 2 g m1 g
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Homework4- help Chap. 5 & 6 5.35. Model: Use the particle model for the object. Solve: (a) We are told that for an unknown force (call it F0 ) acting on an unknown mass (call it m0 ) the acceleration of the mass is 8 m/s 2 . According to Newtons second la
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Homework # 3 -help 4.11 Model: The ball is treated as a particle and the effect of air resistance is ignored. Visualize: Solve: Using x1 = x0 + v0 x ( t1 t0 ) , 50 m = 0 m + ( 25 m/s ) ( t1 0 s ) m t1 = 2.0 s Now, using y1 = y0 + v0 y ( t1 t0 ) + 1 ay ( t
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Homework2 help 2.28. Visualize: Solve: We will determine the objects velocity using graphical methods first and then using calculus. Graphically, v (t ) = v0 + area under the acceleration curve from 0 to t. In this case, v0 = 0 m/s. The area at each time
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Phys. 2212 Homework Chap. 21 Solve: 21.7. Model: Reflections at the string boundaries cause a standing wave on the string. Figure EX21.7 indicates two full wavelengths on the string. Hence = 1 (60 cm) = 30 cm = 0.30 m. Thus 2 v = f = ( 0.30 m ) (100 Hz )
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Homework 3 Chapt. 23 & 22 23.64. Model: Use ray tracing to locate the image. Assume the converging lens is a thin lens. Solve: (a) The figure shows the ray-tracing diagram using the steps of Tactics Box 23.2. After refraction, the three special rays conve
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Homework 2 Chapt. 23 23.15. Model: Represent the laser beam with a single ray and use the ray model of light. Solve: Using Snells law at the air-water boundary, nair sin air = nliquid sin liquid nliquid = nair Assess: As expected, nliquid is larger than n
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Basic Properties of Inductors Learning Goal: To understand the units of inductance, the potential energy stored in an inductor, and some of the consequences of having inductance in a circuit. After batteries, resistors, and capacitors, the most common ele
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Problem 33.4 An electron moves along the z-axis with . As it passes the origin, what are the strength and direction of the magnetic field at the following ( , , ) positions? Part A (1 ,0 ,0 ) Express your answers using two significant figures.Enter your a
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Resistors in Parallel A circuit contains a source of constant voltage and two resistors connected in parallel, as shown in the figure. Resistor 1 has resistance , and resistor 2 has resistance . Part A Which two of the following statements are true? 1. Th
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Introduction to Electric Current Learning Goal: To understand the nature of electric current and the conditions under which it exists. Electric current is defined as the motion of electric charge through a conductor. Conductors are materials that contain
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Electric Force and Potential: Spherical Symmetry Learning Goal: To understand the electric potential and electric field of a point charge in three dimensions Consider a positive point charge , located at the origin of three-dimensional space. Throughout t
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The Electric Field inside a Conductor Learning Goal: To understand how the charges within a conductor respond to an externally applied electric field. To illustrate the behavior of charge inside conductors, consider a long conducting rod that is suspended
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Homework 1(Chapt. 1 & 2) Q1.6 The particle position is to the left of zero on the x-axis, so its position is negative. The particle is moving to the right, so its velocity is positive. The particles speed is increasing as it moves to the right, so its acc
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Mark Times (1/60s) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Percentage Error (%) for Average Acceleration 0.45 Percentage Error (%) for Slope 0.37 Position (cm) 10.00 10.41 10.99 11.87 13.04 14.46 16.19 18.15 20.31 22.81 25.71 28.8
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mi (kg) 0 0.100 0.150 0.200 0.250 0.300 0.350 0.400 0.450 0.500 Slope k= Xi (m) T 20 cycles (s) T 1 cycle (s) m eff (kg) meff-mi (kg) 0.2221 0.3280 16.22 0.811 0.3772 17.48 0.874 0.4322 19.98 0.999 0.4821 20.54 1.027 0.5352 21.88 1.094 0.5861 22.92 1.146
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Normal Force () 9.9 19.1 28.2 39.5 51.6 59.7 Newtons (N) 4.1 3.6 3.5 2.9 1.8 1.5 Static Friction Trial 1 2 3 4 Average of Critical Angles () s . Trial 1 2 3 4 Averages s k Difference in s values: Difference in k values: cos 0.99 0.94 0.88 0.77 0.62 0.50
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M= 0.2199 kg m(kg) m/(M+m) (kg) s 0.007 0.031 0.158 0.008 0.035 0.151 0.009 0.039 0.143 0.010 0.043 0.132 0.012 0.052 0.124 vf (m/s) 0.665 0.695 0.734 0.795 0.847 M= 0.3199 kg m (kg) m/(M+m) (kg) s 0.007 0.021 0.188 0.008 0.024 0.172 0.009 0.027 0.161 0.0
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Ring Disk Axle Inner Diameter (m) Outer Diameter (m) Inner Radius (m)Outer Radius (m) Mass (kg) 0.225 0.255 0.113 0.128 4.26 N/A 0.255 N/A 0.128 4.99 0.046 N/A 0.023 N/A N/A m (kg) 0.04 0.04 0.04 Avg 0.04 Base + Disk 0.02 0.02 0.02 Avg 0.02 Base + Ring 0.
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ 20 points Ray Optics Group Members Present: Each member to write his/her name _ _ _ Objectives: Understand the concepts of reflection, refraction, image formation, and magnification through hands-on work with lenses, mi
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ 20 points Wave Nature of Light Group Members Present: Each member to write his/her name _ _ _ Objectives: Explore the wave nature of Light. Part One: Diffraction (20 min) 1.1 In our daily experience, we see shadows cast
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Electromagnetic Induction Group Number: _ Group Members Present: 20 points Each member to write his/her name _ _ _ Objectives: Review the concepts of magnetism. Use simulation tools to study the nature of induced currents as a preview
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ 20 points Activity 4: Magnetism Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Explore and understand magnetism. Understand how magnetic fields are similar to electric fields and how they are
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ Activity 4: Electric Circuits Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Use hands-on experimentation to understand the concepts of potential difference across a circuit and the current (
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Electric Potential, Field, Charge-Flow Group Number: _ Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Understand the relationship between electric field and potential. Discover how a battery maintains a sepa
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Group Number: _ Electric Potential Lab Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Observe the Potential (V) vs. Distance (r) relationship around a positive and a negative charge. Understand the differenc
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PHYS 1112K Raghavan Electric Field from Charges Group Number: _ Objectives: Group Members Present: Empirically determine the electric field (E) vs. position (r) _ relationship for a variety of charge configurations. Compare/contrast these E vs. r relation
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Studio Physics Phys 1111 Georgia State University Caroline Holderfield Team 3B EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION POST LAB 1. ANGLES of SLIPPAGE a. SHOW A SAMPLE of YOUR METHOD for DETERMINING AN ANGLE OF SLIPPAGE (i.e. INDICATE CLEARLY WHAT YOU MEASURED & CALCULA
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Studio Physics Phys 1111 Georgia State University Dr. Morrow Fall 2011 EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION: PRE- LAB DUE WEDNESDAY AT START OF CLASS: Answer each question below. You will not be permitted to begin the activity until this worksheet is complete. If th
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Studio Physics Phys 1111 Georgia State University Dr. Morrow Fall 2011 EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION POST LAB 1. ANGLES of SLIPPAGE a. SHOW A SAMPLE of YOUR METHOD for DETERMINING AN ANGLE OF SLIPPAGE (i.e. INDICATE CLEARLY WHAT YOU MEASURED & CALCULATED and
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Rashawn Simmons(Recorder) Tyrel Heckendorf(Skeptic) Rebecca Holderfield(Manager) Team-3B 8/29/2011 What is the Matter? Objective: What can I know about this object? What is it made of? How can I know? How would I use this object to estimate the size of an
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OBJECTIVES: Team 6C Organization is as follows: Team Member Name Primary Role for this Activity Recorder Manager Skeptic Given a cube of an unknown material, team 6C objectives are to answer the following questions: 1. What is the block made of and how di
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Walk the LINE Lab Activity Casandra Wang Teammates: Ryan Bowers Thanh Nguyen September 19, 2011 Dr. Morrow PHYS 1111 CRN: 87967 Team 6C Organization is as follows: Team Member Name Primary Role for this Activity Casandra Wang Recorder Ryan Bowers Manager
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Course: Phys 1112
PHYS 1112K Raghavan Lab 2: Electric Potential September 7, 2011 20points Group Number: _ Group Members Present: _ Each member to write his/her name _ _ Objectives: Observe the Potential (V) vs. Distance (r) relationship around a positive and a negative ch
School: Georgia State
Course: Phys 1112
PHYS 1112K Raghavan August 31, 2011 Experiment to see how Electric Field changes with position for a variety of Charge distributions Group Number: _ Objectives: Group Members Present: Empirically determine the electric field (E) vs. position (r) _ relatio
School: Georgia State
Course: Phy 2212
Physics 2212K - Summer 2011, MWF 10:00 am - 11:40 am Principles of Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism, Light, Modern Physics Course Objectives: The primary objectives of the course are for students to develop understanding of fundamental physical princ