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Note: some tests were slightly different than this one and therefore had slightly different answers. Part I Multiple Choice Conceptual Questions
PRACTICE FINAL EXAM SOLUTIONS IUPUI Physics 219 1) Consider the two point charges shown in the figure. (A) Calculate the net electric field at x = 4.0 m. Enet = 5.394 N/C (B) Determine the direction o
Goal: To enjoy particle physics
Objectives: Quarks, neutrinos, and Leptons Oh my!
We have seen
How tiny a nucleus of an atom is, but what is a single proton or neutron made out of? Lets dive in!
Cont
Goal: To understand the basics of nuclear physics
Objectives: 1) To learn about Atomic number and weight 2) To be able to find the Size of nucleus 3) To understand Fusion and Fission 4) To learn about
Goal: To understand the atom
Objectives: 1) To learn that The basics of Atomic Physics isnt so bad 2) To understand the Bohr atom 3) To understand Electron energy levels 4) To understand how energy le
Goal: To understand how light acts like a particle
Objectives: 1) To learn about Quantization 2) To understand Blackbody radiation 3) To learn more about The photon 4) To learn about the Photoelectric
Goal: To understand diffraction
Objectives: 1) To learn about the results of Youngs Double Slit Experiment 2) To understand when you get maxima and minima 3) To learn how to calculate where the maxima
Goal: To understand the basics of interference
Objectives: 1) What is interference 2) Constructive interference 3) Destructive interference 4) Path differences for complete interference
What is interf
Goal: To get to know the ins and outs of relativity (relatively speaking)
Objectives: 1) Black holes vs space-time 2) General Relativity 3) Special Relativity 4) Velocities of relativistic objects whe
Goal: To understand multiple lens systems.
Objectives: 1) To understand how to calculate values for 2 lens combos 2) To understand the human eye
2 lenses
We have learned how to do the equations for t
Goal: To understand how mirrors and lenses work
Objectives: 1) To understand how Plane mirrors create an image 2) To understand how Convex Mirrors reflect light 3) To understand the properties of Conc
Goal: To understand the basics of reflection and refraction
Objectives: 1) To understand the Propagation of light 2) To understand the following possibilities When light hits something: Reflection Ref
Goal: To understand light
Objectives: 1) To understand how matter affects the speed of light 2) To learn why the Summer is hotter than the winter 3) To learn about Polarization 4) To understand and be
Goal: To understand electromagnetic waves.
Objectives: 1) to learn that the term electromagnetic wave is scarier sounding than it actually is 2) to understand how accelerating charges emit light 3) T
Goal: To understand RLC circuits
Objectives: 1) To understand how Impedance compares to resistance 2) To learn how to calculate Voltage and Current from Impedance 3) To learn about Resonance 4) To be
Goal: To understand AC circuits and how they apply to resistors, capacitors, and inductions
Objectives: 1) To learn about alternating current 2) To explore how voltages and currents of simple AC circu
Goal: To understand uses for induction
Objectives: 1) To learn how to use Lenzs Law to determine the direction of an induced current or magnetic field 2) To learn how to use Transformers 3) To learn a
Goal: To understand how induction helps power our everyday lives
Objectives: 1) To learn how to produce a Motional EMF 2) To be able to calculate Magnetic Flux 3) To learn about Faradays Law
Motional
Goal: To understand Electromagnetic fields
Objectives: 1) Learn what Electro-Magnetic Fields are 2) Learn how to calculate the Magnetic Force on a wire 3) Learn to find the Magnetic Field for a straig
Goal: To understand Electromagnetic fields
Objectives: 1) To learn about Magnetic Fields 2) To be able to calculate the magnitude of Magnetic Forces 3) To know how to use the Right Hand Rule to get th