Lakan Reed
Kathleen Brinegar
Paige Byers
Erin Hancock
PHY 161-Lab #2
Kinematics
Abstract
In this kinematics lab we conducted an experiment to determine the speed of a sliding
object and used the gliding speed to check the appropriate kinematic relations.
Kathleen Brinegar
Kelsey Wagner
Voltmeter-Ammeter Resistance Measurements
Abstract
The goal of this laboratory was to determine the resistance of both a resistor and light
bulb individually by measuring the voltage drop across and current through the load
General Physics II
Homework 3
Worked Examples
Young & Freedman: 22.4, 22.37, 22.38, 22.46, 22.61, 22.63 (see handout:YF_863_868.pdf )
22.4:
22.37: a) since no charge is enclosed.
b) since charge enclosed is since charge enclosed is 2Q.
22.38: a) since the
General Physics II
Homework 5
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 17.30, 17.40, 17.49, 17.54, 17.66, 17.75
30. We assume that and are equal in magnitude, and that each makes a angle with . The magnitude
of is also given by , where is the charge on the hydrogen atom
General Physics II
Homework 4
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 17.19, 17.26, 17.63, 17.65, 17.72
19. The potential at the corner is the sum of the potentials due to each of the charges, using Eq. 17-5.
26. Use Eq. 17-2b and Eq. 17-5.
63.
(a)Because of the invers
General Physics II
Homework 2
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 16.45, 16.51, 16.53, 16.56, 16.67, 16.73
45. (a) Use Gausss law to determine the electric flux.
(b) Since there is no charge enclosed by surface A2, .
51.
(a)
(b)
The net force between the thymine an
General Physics II
Homework 1
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 16.13, 16.16, 16.20, 16.22
13. The forces on each charge lie along a line connecting the charges. Let the variable d
represent the length of a side of the triangle, and let the variable Q represent t
General Physics II
Homework 6
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 17.45, 18.8, 18.9, 18.15, 18.17, 18.21, 18.25
45. The capacitance is found from Eq. 17-7, with the voltage given by Eq. 17-4 (ignoring the sign).
The plate area is found from Eq. 17-9.
8.
the
Find th
General Physics II
Homework 7
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 18.35, 18.40, 18.46, 18.50, 18.54, 18.64, 18.72, 19.3, 19.19
35. (a) Calculate the resistance from Eq. 18-2a, and the power from Eq. 18-5.
(b) If four D-cells are used, the voltage will be doubled to
General Physics II
Homework 11
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 21.3, 21.11, 21.14, 21.18, 21.24
3.
11.
As the magnet is pushed into the coil, the magnetic flux increases to the right. To oppose this
increase, flux produced by the induced current must be to the
General Physics II
Homework 10
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 20.42, 20.44, 20.50, 20.52, 20.57, 20.63, 20.66
42. (a) The magnetic force exerted on the lower wire must be upwards, and must be the same
magnitude as the gravitational force on the lower wire. Con
General Physics II
Homework 9
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 20.17, 20.21, 20.25, 20.34, 20.78, 20.86
17.(a) The velocity of the ion can be found using energy conservation. The electrical potential energy
of the ion becomes kinetic energy as it is accelerated.
General Physics II
Homework 8
Worked Examples
Giancoli: 19.10, 19.28, 19.31, 19.32, 19.50, 19.57, 19.71
10. Connecting 3n of the resistors in series, where n is an integer, will enable you to make a voltage
divider with a 4.0 V output.
28. There are three