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C HAPTER
16
S uperposition a nd S tanding W aves
S UMMARY
T he g oal o f C hapter 16 has been t o u se t he i dea o f s uperposition t o u nderstand t he p henomena
o f i nterference a nd s tanding w aves.
G ENERAL PRINCIPLES
P rinciple o f
S uperpos
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March 31, 2015
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Recitation Problem IV
The circular coil of N, turns and area A, encircles a long,
tightly wound (ideal) solenoid of N2 turns, area A2 and len
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PHY142 Spring 2015 Practice Midterm 1
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PHY 142 Spring 2015
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Recitation Problem II
The gure shows a coaxial cable, which is a single wire
surrounded by a metallic cylindrical braid, at a distance r
from the
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PHY142
Spring 2015
30 minutes
February 24, 2015
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Recitation Problem I
A long insulating cylindrical tube, whose diameter is much smaller than its length, has a
uniform charge density per
14 Oscillations
This loudspeaker cone generates
sound waves by oscillating back
and forth at audio frequencies.
Looking Ahead The goal of Chapter 14 is to understand systems that oscillate with simple harmonic motion.
Simple Harmonic Motion
Springs
Pendu
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