Calculus-Based Physics 2 (Final Q1 and Q2)

 Calculus-Based Physics 2

This course covers oscillatory motion, waves, Superposition and interference of waves, Diffraction, Electricity, and magnetism, Electric circuits, Light, Mirrors and lenses. Laboratories emphasize the application of Physics concepts and quantitative problem-solving skills. Intended for a 

science major. Demonstrate the understanding of the fundamental concepts/laws in physics by explaining and discussing both verbally and in written language the physics concepts listed in course content, as well as their relevance to everyday events and circumstances in a broad interdisciplinary context.


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400-700 nm is the wavelength of ultraviolet .
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n is the Index of refraction of a transparent medum.

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The symbol "f" stands for Frequency.

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Frequency can be measured through the used of Voltmeter.

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3.00 x 10 raise to 8 m/s is the speed of light in vacuum.

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Gamma rays has the frequency of < 50 000 000 THz.

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The index of refraction of air is 100.

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Light is faster than Sound.
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The frequency of Ultraviolet is around 750-6000 THz.

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The index of refraction of vacuum is 2.

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V is the speed of light in the transparent medium.
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Capacitors in parallel is the same as Resistors in series. 
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Radiowaves is one of the example of Electromagnetic waves.

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The power source is also called EMf.
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Infrared is a kind of Light,

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The index of refraction of water is 1.33.

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Radio waves is a kind of light.
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X-rays are not kind of light instead it is a kind of Device.
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V is the speed of light in the transparent medium.
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The wavelength of X-rays is around 400-700mm.

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To get the total Capacitance of a circuit we used a device called capacitor.
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The unit of Capacitor is Capacitance.

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A circuit can't be function without capacitor.
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the symbol "C" stands for Charges.
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EMF  is also called a power source.
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Insulator is used to store energy and electric charge.

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Ammeter device used to measure Current.
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EMF stands for electromotive force

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Capacitor is for Ohm and Resistance is for Capacitance.

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Capacitor is an electronic circuit device for temporary storage of electrical energy.

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Voltmeter device used to measure Voltage.
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Capacitor is also called Positive charges.

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Capacitor is store energy between the spaces of the plates and they energy is used to generate high form of electric current.
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Symbol 'C' stands for Circuits ?
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Capacitor is a device used to store an Electric charge.
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The most common used for capacitors is energy storage.

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The purpose of capacitor in a circuit is to charges and energy.

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Conductors is made of two close conductors that are separated by a dieletric material.
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The symbol "V" stands for Voltage.

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Symbol 'V' stands for EMF also ?

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