Physics 10: Assignments

Spring Term, 2008

Assignment |
Due Date |

Read Chapter 1, pp. 2–3, pp. 9–17 (Boxes are optional) |
Week of 3/31 |

Read Universe Supplement (PDF) | Week of 3/31 |

Optional Reading: #1 Science
Breakthrough of 2003From Science magazine, Dec. 19, 2003. |
Not a formal assignment |

HW1:
Hewitt problems 1.R.15, 1.R.18, 1.E.7,(R means Review, E means Exercise, and P means Problem); Additional required questions |
Friday, 4/11, in class |

Read Hewitt Chapter 11 through Quarks; pp. 202–217 |
to accompany Friday, 4/11 lecture |

Question/Observation #1 via WebCT:One Submission is all that's requiredsee examples/instructions |
Friday, 4/11, by midnight (hard cutoff) |

Read Hewitt Chapters 2, 3, 4 See suggested reading order and selection of relevant pages |
to accompany Mon. and Wed. 4/14 & 4/16 lectures |

HW2: 11.E.16, 11.E.20, 11.E.32, 11.P.5;2.E.6, 2.E.11, 2.E.14, 2.E.36, 2.E.38; 3.E.4, 3.E.5, 3.E.6, 3.E.19 (R means Review, E means Exercise, and P means Problem) |
Friday, 4/18, in class |

HW3: 2.E.22, 2.E.29, 2.E.33, 3.E.27;3.P.3, 3.P.4, 3.P.10, 4.E.1, 4.E.6, 4.E.10; 4.E.30, 4.E.44, 4.P.1, 5.E.17, 5.P.2; 7.R.(4&7) (count as one), 7.R.16, 7.E.40, 7.P.2, 7.P.4; (larger than usual due to approaching midterm) |
Friday, 4/25, in class |

Question/Observation #2 via WebCT:One Submission is all that's requiredsee examples/instructions |
Friday, 4/25, by midnight (hard cutoff) |

Read Hewitt Chapter 7 | to accompany Mon., 4/21 lecture |

Read Hewitt Chapter 6 | to accompany Fri., 4/25 lecture |

Read Hewitt Chapter 8 (partial): pp. 125–128, pp. 138–140, pp. 143–146 |
to accompany Mon., 4/28 lecture |

HW4: 7.E.42, 7.P.9; 6.R.16, 6.R.19,6.R.22, 6.R.23, 6.E.8, 6.E.12, 6.E.43; 6.P.6, 6.P.12, 8.R.29, 8.E.47, 8.P.9; Additional required questions |
Friday, 5/09, in class |

Read Hewitt Chapter 9 (partial): pp. 154–160, 168–171 Chapter 10 (partial): pp. 177–179, 184–187 |
to accompany Wed., 5/07 lecture |

Read Hewitt Chapter 35 | to accompany Fri., 5/09 lecture |

Question/Observation #3 via WebCT:One Submission is all that's requiredsee examples/instructions |
Friday, 5/09, by midnight (hard cutoff) |

Read Hewitt Chapter 36 | to accompany Mon., 5/12 lecture |

HW5: 9.R.13, 9.E.9, 9.E.14, 9.E.43,9.P.7, 10.E.16, 35.R.27, 35.E.6, 35.E.19, 35.E.20, 35.E.37, 35.P.3, 35.P.10, 36.R.7, 36.E.2, 36.E.6 |
Friday, 5/16, in class |

Read Hewitt Chapter 22:
pp. 412–417, 419–425,; 428–430; Chapter 23: pp. 438–440, 446–447 | to accompany Fri., 5/16 lecture |

Read Hewitt Chapter 24: pp. 460–461, 464–465; Chapter 25: pp. 478–481; Chapter 26: pp. 496–499; |
to accompany Mon., 5/19 lecture |

HW6: 22.E.1, 22.E.5, 22.E.11, 22.E.16,22.E.20, 22.E.30, 22.E.33, 22.P.1, 23.E.3 26.E.7, 26.E.9, 26.E.11 note addition of Chap 26 probs. |
Friday, 5/23, in class |

Question/Observation #4 via WebCT:One Submission is all that's requiredsee examples/instructions |
Friday, 5/23, by midnight (hard cutoff) |

Read Hewitt Chapter 31 | to accompany Fri., 5/23 lecture |

Read Hewitt pp. 566–572 on diffraction and interference |
relevant to 5/23 and 5/28 lectures |

Read Hewitt Chapter 30 (can skim from fluorescence on) | to accompany Wed., 5/28 lecture |

HW7: 26.E.3, 26.E.4,26.E.10, 26.E.14, 26.E.38, 26.P.4, 31.E.4, 31.E.9 plus the following required problems |
Friday, 5/30, in class |

Read Hewitt Chapter 27 pp. 515–526 | to accompany Wed., 5/28 lecture |

Read Hewitt Chapter 28 pp. 544–547 | to accompany Fri., 5/30 lecture |

Read Hewitt Chapter 34 pp. 671–674; Skim rest as needed/interested |
to accompany Wed., 6/04 lecture |

See Hewitt pp. 640–641 on isotopes for nuclear notation; also p. 646 | helps with homework |

HW8: 30.E.42, 27.E.10, 27.E.11, 27.E.15, 27.E.20, 27.E.29,Chapter 28: 28.E.31, 28.E.33, plus the following required problems |
Friday, 6/06, in class |

Question/Observation #5 via WebCT:One Submission is all that's requiredsee examples/instructions |
Friday, 6/06, by midnight (hard cutoff) |