Physics 262
Quiz #10.4
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A spacecraft is flying at high speed overhead as you stand in on Earth. You see its
searchlight blink on for a duration of 0.100 s. The captain of the spacecraft measures that
the searchlight i
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Quiz #1.1
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appropriate number of significant figures in your final answer
A glass jar with a tightly screwed brass lid is being kept at 25 C . At this temperature
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Physics 262
Quiz #5.1
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A light ray enters a layer of linseed oil (n=1.48) with an angle of incidence i 35.0 as
shown. a) Determine the first angle of refraction 1 . b) Then, the refracted ray enters an
unknown
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Physics 262
Quiz #12.4
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What is the longest wavelength of light capable of ionizing a hydrogen atom in the
ground state? What happens if the wavelength is shorter than this value? [useful
constant: hc=1242 eV.n
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Physics 262
Quiz #7.3
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When a light source with 480nm pass through two slits 0.540 mm apart, it produces
an interference pattern on a screen located 1.60m away. Where is the second order dark
fringe located in
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Quiz #1.4
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appropriate number of significant figures in your final answer
What will be the equilibrium temperature when a 245g block of copper at 300C is
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Physics 262
Quiz #8.1
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A monochromatic light from a distant source is incident on a slit 0.730 mm wide, and the
resulting diffraction pattern is observed on a screen 4.25 m away. Knowing that the
distance betwe
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Part 4
FORCES
The following is largely based on Mr. Stanbrough
Batesville High School Physics website.
Copyright 2012 Ania Wyczakowska
2
We have learned how objects move and how to describe this motion. We need to take the next step and ask
ourselves wh
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Part 3
Kinematics
Free Fall and Projectile Motion
The following is largely based on Mr. Stanbrough
Batesville High School Physics website.
Copyright 2012 Ania Wyczakowska
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Free fall
As we have discussed in part 2, one of the most common examples of mot
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Part 1.
Science
The following is largely based on Mr. Stanbrough
Batesville High School Physics website.
Copyright 2012 Ania Wyczakowska
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Why study science?
Why indeed? Why are you taking this class?
If I ask this question in class I will likely get a
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Part 2
Kinematics
The basics
The following is largely based on Mr. Stanbrough
Batesville High School Physics website.
Copyright 2012 Ania Wyczakowska
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Motion  why bother?
QUESTION: Are you sitting still?
If you are sitting in your classroom chair, or
REVIEWS
Chapter 21: Electric charge and field
Chapter 22: Gauss Law
Chapter 23: Electric Potential
Chapter 24: Capacitance and Dielectrics
Chapter 25: Current, Resistance, EMF
Chapter 26: DirectCurrent Circuits
Chapter 27: Magnetic Fields and Forces
Chap
TEST 3
Chapters (2931)
Branislav Djordjevic
December 1, 2016
Student Name: _ Gnumber:_
There are 3 problems in this test for total of 130 points.
To get credit for problems you must show work leading to your answers, not just
the answers alone.
GENERAL
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
George Mason University
ME231 DYNAMICS
METHOD OF PRESENTING SOLUTIONS
This course requires you to master effective communication skills. You first met the solution
format required for this course in ME 211 Statics. You
Student Name:
PHYS260, Fall 2016  Exam 2
(Chapters 2528)
Branislav Djordjevic
November 3, 2016
There are 4 problems in this test for total of 130 points.
To get credit for problems you must show work leading to your answers, not just the answers alone.
Ali Alaraini
Week 10 Lab Report
Electron Chargetomass Ratio
Abstract
This experiment is designed to measure a fundamental property of the electron: the ratio
of its charge to its mass (e/m). This experiment was one of the first experiments to attempt to
Names: Ali Alaraini, Bradley Cazenas, Nelson Maldonado
Lab 8
October 27th 2016
Ohms Law
Abstract:
The ohms law describes the behavior of electrical circuits. Ohms Law describes the linear relationship
between the voltage across a circuit and the current f
Hojun Choi, Farbod Moghaddam, Ali Alaraini
Station 1
Electrostatic Charge Lab
Abstract
In this electrostatic charge lab, our objective was to produce and transfer the measured
static charges and to analyze the charge recorded by the Farady pail to the cha
Lecture 23: Moment of Inertia
Section 10.110.2 (Part 1)
ME 211 Engineering Mechanics Statics
Geriel EttienneModeste, Ph.D.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
George Mason University
[email protected]
Outcomes
After this lecture you should be able to
Magnetic Induction: Faradays Law
Bradley Cazenas, Nelson Maldonado, Ali Alaraini
11/17/2016
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to study both Faradays Law and Induction, as well as
understand sampling rate in measuring a time varying signal. We o
Physics 260
MWF 10:3011:30
Dr. Womble
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Constants:
k=
1
4 o
= 9 x 109 Nm2/C2
o = 8.85 x 1012 C2/ Nm2
0 = 4 x 107 Tm/A
mass electron, me = 9.11 x 1031 kg
electron charge, e = 1.6 x 1019 C
Conversions:
Student Name:
PHYS260, Fall 2016  Exam 1
(Chapters 2124)
Branislav Djordjevic
September 29, 2016
There are 4 problems in this test for total of 130 points.
To get credit for problems you must show work leading to your answers, not just the answers alon
Lab 7
Names: Bradley Cazenas, Nelson Maldonado, Ali Alaraini
Abstract:
The objective of this lab is learn about measuring voltage and Current in active DC circuits. In
this lab we used four circuits of which some consisted of only series and others were o
Nelson Maldonado, Bradley Cazenas, Ali Alaraini
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to study the charge/discharge in both RC and RL circuits,
and to understand the relationship between voltage across R and C/L, and to understand the sampling
rate
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Preparation to exam II
This exam is on chapters 2528
There will be 4 problems.
Formula sheet is provided separately
Resistors and circuits and capacitors
Find the equivalent
Resistance between a and b
Find the power dissipated on all resistors
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