Mathematics is the door and the
key to the sciences.
- Roger Bacon
Math Review Lecture
For example, velocity can be broken up into Length
Every measurement we will make in this class can
be broken up into these base quantities.
Average score 7.0, std dev. 2.3
Single slit diffractions
Total internal reflection
1. Here we want to review some basic geometric relations that are related to problems that
will be seen in Physics 1C. Consider the following angles in the figure shown. The
horizontal lines are parallel.
Given the angle provided
.1. Here we want to review some basic properties of sinusoidal functions that are related to
problems that will be seen in Physics 1C. Consider an oscillating function that is described
by the following relatively simple sinusoidal eq
"If Dracula cant see his reflection in the mirror,
how come his hair is always so neatly combed?"
Today discuss mirrors and
"Vision without action is a daydream.
Action with without vision is a
nightmare. Japanese Proverb
Image formation summary
Lenses in series
Thin lens equation
R is positive if
"If you want the rainbow, you gotta put
up with the rain."
Refraction: Snells Law
medical uses ?
Total Internal Refraction
Think left and think right and think
low and think high. Oh, the thinks you
can think up if only you try!
Thin film interference
Interference, double slit, grating
"You cannot trust your eyes if your
imagination is out of focus."
Quiz 2 on Wednesday covering through
"You do not really understand something unless you can
explain it to your grandmother."-Albert Einstein
Please note that the lecture and the lab are separate
courses with separate instructors.
Physics 1C in particular w
Think of biological examples
Physical examples used today
Results from force that drive to restore system to
Today we discuss ideas of Simple Harmonic Motion
Fy = 0
ay = 0
"The finest words in the world are only vain
sounds if you cannot understand them."
Mayer Hall 3405
Office hours Tuesday noon 3 pm
Center 115/119 @ 8 10 pm
Problem session Tuesday night
No cheat sheets
"Music should strike fire from the heart of man,
and bring tears form the eyes of woman."
-Ludwig van Beethoven
Today sounds waves.
Last Time: Travelling waves and reflections
"You can neither win nor lose if you don't
run the race
- David Bowie.
Kinetic and potential energies
Equations of motion for SHM
Start on waves
Homework is intended for grade and preparation
"Everything in the world has a spirit which
is released by its sound."
Types of waves
Finished with pendul
"There are two ways of spreading light: to be the
candle or the mirror that reflects it."
Introduce Ch. 27 - Interference
Nature of light & Light Rays
"Shake this one, that one shakes later. The sun atom
shakes; my eye electron shakes eight minutes later
because of a direct interaction across."
Interference and Diffraction
Beats - interference if f differs
Office hours on Tuesday in MH 3405
Posted videos on Physics 1C class based on demo for
today, good review of ideas and concepts from 1A
Let us know of any conflicts with
BICD 100 Fall 2016 Week 3 Problem Set
Use diagrams to illustrate the DNA double helix in chromosomes at the different stages of
mitosis and meiosis.
Describe how chromosomes are passed from cells to daughter cells in mitosis, and from
BICD 100 FA2016
Week 1 Problem Set: please complete before discussion section
Please write or type your answers onto the question sheet or a separate piece of paper, including your full
name and student ID. Submit your answers to your IA at the start of d
BICD 100 Fall 2016 Week 2 Problem Set
Lecture Learning Objectives
Recognize and illustrate the following features of eukaryotic genes: promoter, transcriptional
regulatory region(s), transcription start site, terminator, start codon, stop codon, intron, e
Version A: Closed book. No work needs to be shown for multiple-choice questions. You may
use a calculator. All values are in SI units unless explicitly stated otherwise.