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sample exam1
School: Western Michigan University
Course: PHYS 1000
Physics 1000 / Exam 1 [FormSample] Spring 2012 Page 2 The First Thirty Questions (100,000 points) MultipleGuessFillInTheBubbles 1.) Newton's Third Law includes A sweeping an equal area in equal time. B planets orbit in elliptic...

Lecture 31 Chapter27
School: Wayne State University
Course: PHYSICS 2130
... The electron is allowed to be in only one of a discrete set of states called stationary states. The electron orbits have quantized radii, energy, and angular momentum. ... D) Electrons can exist only in certain circular orbits about the nucleu...

Phys6C_final_practice_1
School: University Of California, Santa Cruz
Course: PHYS 6C
Problem 5 (20 points)irewA charged particle with charge of 4 C and mass of 1 kg moves in a circular orbit in a uniform magneticeld. The motion is in the plane of the page and the direction is clockwise. The orbits radius is 1 m and theparticles ve...

Solar System Lab
School: Plano East Sr H S
Course: SCIENCE 101
... Elliptical Orbits. ... Body4, 14.6 s, 273.5. Next, use a spreadsheet program such as Excel to make a graph of T 2 versus R 3 (use R = semimajor axis for the elliptical orbits, also include the data from experiment 1 for a total of 4 data poin...
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Kepler Laws Lab Overview and Satellite Data (2)
School: Los Angeles Trade Technical College
Course: PHYS 2
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301_HW2
School: J.K. Institute Of Applied Physics & Technology
Course: PHYSICS 101
Astr 301 Spring 2009 Homework #2 For a Hohmann transfer orbit, the time taken to transfer between the orbits is one half of the orbital period for ...
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PHYS 3003 Spring 2015 Assignment 6 Solutions
School: Columbia University
Course: PHYS 3003
... (1) Consider a particle of mass µ and angular momentum L moving in the attractive 1/r potential U(r) = k/r with k > 0. Bound orbits have energies E in the range µk2 ... Ueff (r) = k r + L2 2µr2 with k > 0. In this case there are no ...

Assignment 3 solutions
School: University Of Waterloo
Course: PHYS 275
... 1. (2 marks, 1 per part) Communications and weather satellites are often placed in geosyn chronous orbits. ... c) What is the orbital period for the Hubble Space Telescope, which orbits h = 600 km above the Earth's surface? ...

Tutorial 7 Solution
School: Brock University
Course: PHYS 1P21/91
Brock University Physics 1P21/1P91 Fall 2013 Dr. D'Agostino Solutions to Tutorial 7: Chapter 6, Circular Motion, Orbits, and Gravity The goals of this tutorial are: understand gravity and Newton's law of gravity ...

141_HW12_Solution++Problems+14
School: Duke University
Course: PHYSICS 141
Gravitation HW Solutions Physics 53, Summer I, 2012 Dr. Arya Roy Travis Byington 1. (a) Rearrange Keplers third law for circular orbits to nd the radius in terms of the period 4 2 3 R GM GM = R = 4 2 T2 = 1/3 T 2/3 Here M represents the ...
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Solar System Lab
School: Plano East Sr H S
Course: SCIENCE 101
... Elliptical Orbits. ... Body4, 14.6 s, 273.5. Next, use a spreadsheet program such as Excel to make a graph of T 2 versus R 3 (use R = semimajor axis for the elliptical orbits, also include the data from experiment 1 for a total of 4 data poin...

Missions to Mars.html
School: Collin College
Course: PHYS 2425
Exercise 1: Potential and kinetic energy for circular orbits. 1. Where is the ... to ME. Exercise 3: Changing orbits. 10. Consider the ...

[ My Solar System 2012 rev A [9067050]
School: Plano East Sr H S
Course: SCIENCE 101
... Elliptical Orbits. ... Body4, 14.6 s, 273.5. Next, use a spreadsheet program such as Excel to make a graph of T 2 versus R 3 (use R = semimajor axis for the elliptical orbits, also include the data from experiment 1 for a total of 4 data poin...

Lab 3
School: Schoolcraft College
Course: PHYS 104
... Note that the semimajor axis is aligned horizontally for all elliptical orbits created in this simulator, where they are randomly aligned in our solar ...
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sample exam1
School: Western Michigan University
Course: PHYS 1000
Physics 1000 / Exam 1 [FormSample] Spring 2012 Page 2 The First Thirty Questions (100,000 points) MultipleGuessFillInTheBubbles 1.) Newton's Third Law includes A sweeping an equal area in equal time. B planets orbit in elliptic...

Lecture 31 Chapter27
School: Wayne State University
Course: PHYSICS 2130
... The electron is allowed to be in only one of a discrete set of states called stationary states. The electron orbits have quantized radii, energy, and angular momentum. ... D) Electrons can exist only in certain circular orbits about the nucleu...

Phys6C_final_practice_1
School: University Of California, Santa Cruz
Course: PHYS 6C
Problem 5 (20 points)irewA charged particle with charge of 4 C and mass of 1 kg moves in a circular orbit in a uniform magneticeld. The motion is in the plane of the page and the direction is clockwise. The orbits radius is 1 m and theparticles ve...

lecture notesChapter5
School: Wayne State University
Course: PHY 2130
... 25. §5.4 Circular Orbits. Consider an object of mass m in a circular orbit about the Earth. Earth. r. ... Question 9. Mimas orbits Saturn at a distance D. Enceladus orbits Saturn at a distance 4D. What is the ratio of the periods of their orb...
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Chapter 3.odt
School: Robbinsville High School
Course: SCIENCE 002
1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 15, 18, 24, 25, 33, 35, 36, 42. 1.) Complete the following descriptions of planetary orbits. a. A planet moves fastest when it is closest to the Sun and slowest when it is farthest from the Sun. b Each ellipse has two foci. ...

L 26
School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Course: PHYS 102
... 1 Recall: the Bohr model Only orbits that fit n e wavelengths are allowed SUCCESSES Correct energy quantization & atomic spectra ... 2 2 2 0 2 n n r na = ≡ r rp Δ ⋅Δ ≥ Electron orbits cannot have zero L 0 2 n e r na m ke 2 r p ...

L 25
School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Course: PHYS 102
... Stability of atoms Atomic spectra Photoelectric effect Quantum model of the atom Bohr model only orbits that fit n e λ allowed Angular momentum, energy, radius quantized Today: Quantum model of light Einstein's photon model 2 ...

Chapter 14.odt
School: Robbinsville High School
Course: SCIENCE 002
1, 2, 10, 23, 25. 1.) A particular galaxy contains only stars in disordered orbits. This type of galaxy is most likely? a. An elliptical. 2.) In spiral galaxies, stars form predominantly in. a. The arms of the disk. ...