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When two light waves meet, they interfere to form an interference pattern.
There are points of perfect constructive interference and points of perfect
destructive interference in the pattern. Is the light brightest at points of
constructive or destruct
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Lesson 7 Advanced Inclines
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Lesson 1 Force Concepts
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Gravitational field strength
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2 N East
3.7 N South
1N North
(y-x) N South
5 N East
7N West
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Lesson 4 Many Body Problems
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Lesson 8 Various 2-D Force Problems
Thursday, October 03, 2013
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Lesson 3 Friction
Wednesday, October 02, 2013
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1) W=mg no change
2)FN increases
3) Friction increases
4)increases to match
Pulling force
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Only FBD that has net accel slowing down.
1.
Describe how an image is formed above the object when the object is viewed
through a block of glass or through a pool of water. Sketch the rays showing
the formation of the image. Is this a virtual or real image?
2.
Is a positive (converging) lens thic
1.
Can the gain medium of a laser be a solid? a liquid? a gas?
2.
What are usual excitation sources for solid lasers? for liquid lasers? for gas
lasers?
3.
What is the difference between continuous wave operation and pulsed wave
operation of a laser? Why
1.
How many meters long is a football field (100 yards)?
2.
How many millimeters long is a 10 foot pole?
3.
How may seconds are in a year?
4.
How many microns are in an inch?
5.
Light travels at 3x108 m/s. How fast is this is km/s? in miles/s? in km/h? in
1.
What is the photoelectric effect?
2.
Who successfully explained the photoelectric effect for the first time?
3.
What basic premise was made about the photons and electrons in explaining the
photoelectric effect?
4.
What is meant by the wave-particle du
1.
Why do you see different colors when you see the thin film interference from a
soap bubble?
2.
Describe how a simple transmission hologram is made and how it is viewed.
3.
What is meant by the diffraction of light?
4.
What conditions are there on the s
1.
What are rods and cones? Which enable you to see colors? Which work best in
bright light? Which work best in low light levels?
2.
How does your eye focus on objects at various distances?
3.
If you suffer from myopia (near-sightedness), what is basicall
1.
What is meant by the polarization angle or Brewster angle when unpolarized
light reflects off a surface? Describe the direction of the electric field if light is
linearly polarized upon reflection. As the angle of incidence gets farther away
from the B
1.
What is meant by thermal radiation?
2.
Sketch a typical power spectrum (power vs. wavelength) for an object's thermal
radiation at two different temperatures of the object. Be sure to know the
differences in the two spectra.
3.
If the temperature of an
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Wednesday, October 02, 2013
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Velocity and acceleration DON'T have to be in the
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