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Lesson 3 The Law of Conservation of Energy
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Lesson 1 Introduction to Vectors
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Lesson 1 Work
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Lesson 0 Review of Trigonometry
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Lesson 3 Applications of Vectors
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You should know how to do the following:
1. Know the electromagnetic spectrum. Know the visible spectrum.
2. Use the Law of Reflection and Snells Law at an interface between two media.
Find the critical angle and understand what happens in TIR.
3. Tell if
1.
Know how to write a number in scientific notation (Exercise 1).
2.
Know how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers expressed in
scientific notation (Exercise 1).
3.
Know how to convert a quantity from one set of units to another set of units
us
1.
What does the Law of Reflection state?
2.
What does the Law of Refraction (Snells Law) state?
3.
As the angle of incidence increases from zero (normal incidence) and gets
bigger, what happens to the amount of reflected light?
4.
What is the critical an
1.
Describe an electromagnetic (light) wave. Draw a sketch of one.
2.
What is it that is waving in a light wave?
3.
Describe what is meant by the wavelength and frequency of a light wave. What
are the mks units of these two quantities?
4.
What is the spee
1) Define a proper time interval and a nonproper time interval. What does the
principle of time dilation state?
2) How does one make a valid measurement of length?
3) Define a proper length and a nonproper length. What does the principle of
length contrac
1. You should the know the answers to the Special Theory of Relativity Study
Questions and the Nuclear Physics Study Questions that appear on the next two
pages of this document.
In addition, you should know how to do the following quantitative problems:
You should know how to do the following:
1. Analyze the interference pattern on a screen a far distance from two slits
(Youngs double slit set-up).
2. Analyze the operation of a diffraction grating.
3. Analyze the interference due to reflections off of a
1) Sketch the intensity vs. wavelength curves for blackbody radiation obtained
from classical wave theory and Planck's quantum theory. Explain why the classical
curve is incorrect. What was Planck's key assumption in his quantum model?
(What did he quanti
1. You should know the answers to the Quantum Physics Study Questions that
appear on the next page of this document.
In addition, you should know how to do the following quantitative problems:
2. Find the total power emitted by an object using Stefans Law
1) What comprises a nucleus of an atom? What is the approximate size of a
nucleus? What determines the charge of a nucleus? What is an isotope?
2) What force binds the nucleons together? Describe the characteristics of this
force.
3) Why do larger nuclei