Physics 117
Homework Assignment 0
SOLUTIONS
1.
Solve each of the following for x. In other words, each one should
ultimately be written in the form x=something. Be sure to show as many
intermediate st
Physics 117
Homework Assignment IV
SOLUTIONS
1. Describe the key features of the light emitted by a blackbody. Be sure to
include some information about how these attributes change with
temperature.
A
Physics 117
Homework Assignment III
SOLUTIONS
1.
A pendulum swinging back and forth with a frequency of 3 hertz is at one
end of its swing at some instant of time. How long will it be before it is
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Physics 117: Light & Color
Professor Jack Glassman
Spring, 2014
Exam #1
Solutions
Questions 1-4 refer to the spring at the front of the room:
At the front of the room is a spring with a mass attached
Physics 117: Light & Color
Professor Jack Glassman
Spring, 2014
Exam #2
Solutions
1) State two qualitative differences between the light produced by an
object whose temperature is 500 R and an identic
Physics 117
Homework Assignment I
SOLUTIONS
1.
Compute the following (see page 337 of RC and 415 of FB for more
information on how to do these; also, under interesting links on the class
website there
Physics 117
Homework Assignment VII
due April 30, 2014
1. A ray of light strikes a triangular piece of glass (n=1.5).
The triangle is equilaterali.e., each of its angles is the
same. The angle of inci
Physics 117
Homework Assignment VI
SOLUTIONS
1. In an additive system, the primary colors can each consist of a single
wavelength or of a range of wavelengths. In a subtractive system, the
primaries m
Physics 117
Homework Assignment V
SOLUTIONS
1. Light of some particular absolute intensity strikes a human cone cell with the
sensitivity curve shown below. Identify:
a. The approximate wavelength(s)
Physics 117
Homework Assignment II
SOLUTIONS
1.
If two charged bodies attract each other with a force of 1 newton, with
what force will they attract each other if the distance between them is
reduced