- The official channel of communication for this course is Blackboard. All announcements will be done via Blackboard.
Instructor: Prof. Hernan Makse, Steinman Hall ST1M-12

Email: hmakse@ccny.cuny.edu

Class schedule: Tu Th 5PM – 6:40PM in MR3

Office hours: Tu-Th 4:00–5:00 PM in Levich Institute, Steinman Hall ST1M-12

Teaching Assistant: TBA

- Due to the recent development on the spreading of corona virus, we should be prepared to move the course online incase that classes are cancelled.Please get acquainted with the following options:We will discuss this in class on March 10.As of March 10, 2020, the official channel of communication for this course is Blackboard. All announcements will be done via Blackboard.
Instructor: Prof. Hernan Makse, Steinman Hall ST1M-12

Email: hmakse@ccny.cuny.edu

Class schedule: Tu Th 2:00-3:40 PM MR3

Office hours: Tu-Th 4:00–5:00 PM in Levich Institute, Steinman Hall ST1M-12

Teaching Assistant: TBA

The numbers of the problems refer to the problems at the end of each chapter in the

**8th Edition**of the Cutnell and Johnson book. If you have the 9th or 10th Edition, please follow the numbering of the homework problems according to those in the 8th edition.The sections covered in class for Chapters 25 through 28 are:

Ch. 25: 25.1, 25.2, 25.3, 25.4, 25.5, 25.6

Ch. 26: 26.1, 26.2, 26.6, 26.7, 26.8

Ch. 27: 27.1, 27.2, 27.5

Ch. 28: 28.1, 28.2, 28.3, 28.4, 28.5, 28.6Labs start two weeks after class.

Set of homework problems from 8th Edition.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 16.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 17.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 18.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 19.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 20.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 22.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 23.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 24.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 25.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 27.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 28.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 29.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 30.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 31.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21-25.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26-31.

Exams from previous semesters:

TESTS from previous semesters:

Solution of Test 3 (includes both PHYS 204 and PHYS 208)

Exam 3 from previous semester.

TESTS from previous semesters:

See also exams from previous semesters: here.

Tests and finals from previous years to practice.

Final exams from previous years

Solutions to Spring 2017 final exam

Final exam schedule: TBA

- Due to the recent development on the spreading of corona virus, we should be prepared to move the course online incase that classes are cancelled.Please get acquainted with the following options:We will discuss this in class on March 10.As of March 10, 2020, the official channel of communication for this course is Blackboard. All announcements will be done via Blackboard.
Instructor: Prof. Hernan Makse, Steinman Hall ST1M-12

Email: hmakse@ccny.cuny.edu

Class schedule: Tu Th 10AM – 11:40AM in MR1

Office hours: Tu-Th 4:00–5:00 PM in Levich Institute, Steinman Hall ST1M-12

Teaching Assistant: TBA

Final from a previous PHYS 203 course.

More finals from previous semesters.

Tests and finals from previous years to practice.

Final exam: TBA.

Final from a previous PHYS 203 course.

More finals from previous semesters.

Tests and finals from previous years to practice with solutions.

Final exam: TBA.

Lectures (zip file)

Syllabus.How to access WileyPlus.SP’14 PHY 204 Sec ST http://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/class/cls377985/SP’14 PHY 204 Sec ST2 http://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/class/cls377986/SP’14 PHY 204 Sec ST3 http://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/class/cls377987/SP’14 PHY 204 Sec ST4 http://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/class/cls377988/Teaching Assistant: Shaojun Luo, Shaojun Luo, sjlocke.1989@gmail.comOffice: Room ST1M-2, Steinman Hall, 140th St and Convent AveTA office hours: Thursday 2-4PMWe will follow the 8th Edition of the Cutnell and Johnson book. If you have the 9th Edition, please follow the numbering of the homework problems according to those in the 8th edition.Tutoring by physics graduate students supervised by physics faculty in MR417. Download the schedule from the Physics Department website.Labs start two weeks after class. Print out the Lab Manual for the lab and print out graph paper as needed. The introductory videos for each lab and the Spring 2014 lab schedule and instructions are here.Exam 3Solution Exam 3. Problem 1.Solution Exam 3. Problem 2.Solution Exam 3. Problem 3.Set of homework problems from 8th Edition.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 16.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 17.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 18.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 19.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 20.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 22.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 23.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 24.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 25. Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 27.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 28.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 29.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 30.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 31.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21-25.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26-31.

TESTS from previous semesters:

solution of Test 3 (includes both PHYS 204 and PHYS 208)

TESTS from previous semesters: Test1, Final. For figures, please see Prof. Makse. See also exams from previous semesters: here.

Tests and finals from previous years to practice with solutions.

Final exam schedule: May 22, 6PM to 8:15PM in NAC 5/101

RULES FOR FINAL as of Friday May 17, 2013:1. You are allowed to bring ONE cheat sheet to the exam. If you are caught with more sheets or anything except the exam and the cheat sheet, your exam will be terminated and you will get 0 points for the final.2. You can bring a pen/pencil and a calculator. No phones, smart-phones or similar allowed.3. You will not be allowed under any circumstances to speak with the TA or any proctor during the exam. If you insist in talking with the TA your exam will be terminated at the discretion of the TA.4. You will not be allowed to leave the examination room under any circumstances. If you leave the room, your exam will be terminated and you will not be able to come back (plan to do a bathroom stop before the exam, although I am not your mother to tell you what to do in these circumstances).5. The exam will finish exactly at 12:45PM. No extra time is allowed under any circumstances.Syllabus.How to access WileyPlus.Teaching Assistant: Lin Bo, sanus.lbo@gmail.comOffice: Room ST1M-2, Steinman HallTA office hours: Friday 3-5PMWe will follow the 8th Edition of the Cutnell and Johnson book. If you have the 9th Edition, please follow the numbering of the homework problems according to those in the 8th edition.Tutoring by physics graduate students supervised by physics faculty in MR417. Download the schedule from the Physsics Department website.Labs start the week of February 4th. Print out the Lab Manual for the lab and print out graph paper as needed. The introductory videos for each lab and the Spring 2013 lab schedule and instructions are here.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 16.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 17.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 18.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 19.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 20.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 22.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 23.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 24.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 25.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 27.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 28.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 29. Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 30.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 31.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21-25.

Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26-31.

TESTS from previous semesters:

solution of Test 3 (includes both PHYS 204 and PHYS 208)

TESTS from previous semesters: Test1, Final. For figures, please see Prof. Makse. See also exams from previous semesters: here.

Tests and finals from previous years to practice with solutions.

Final exam schedule: TBA.

Syllabus.How to access WileyPlus.Teaching Assistant: Lin Bo, sanus.lbo@gmail.comTA office hours: Friday: 3-5PM, Steinman Hall ST1M-2We will follow the 8th Edition of the Cutnell and Johnson book. If you have the 9th Edition, please follow the numbers of the homework problems according to those in the 8th edition.Labs start the week of February 4th. Print out the Lab Manual for the lab and print out graph paper as needed. The introductory videos for each lab and the Spring 2013 lab schedule and instructions are here.Tutoring by physics graduate students supervised by physics faculty in MR308. Download the schedule from Physycs Department website.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 2.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 3.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 4.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 5.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 6.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 7.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 8.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 9.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 10.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 11.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 12.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 13.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 14.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 15.OLD EXAMS:Test 1Test 2Test 3Final from a previous PHYS 203 course. The files contain no figures. Please see Prof. Makse if you want a copy of the exams with the figures.More finals from previous semesters. Tests and finals from previous years to practice with solutions.

Final exam: TBA.

Syllabus.How to access WileyPlus.First exam will be on Wednesday February 23rd, 2011.Second exam will be on Wednesday March 23rd, 2011.Third exam will be on Wednesday April 27th, 2011.Teaching Assistant: TBATA office hours: TBATutoring by physics graduate students supervised by physics faculty in MR308. Download the schedule from Phys. Dept.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 18-20.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21-25.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 27.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 28.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 29. Including a copy of the problems from the 7th Edition.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 30. Including a copy of the problems from the 7th Edition.Homework problems: 7th edition to 8th edition Ch21: 7ed 5, 6, 11, 19, 21, 30, 34, 41, 548ed 1, 7, 15, N, 23 , 78, 39, 47, Nch22 7ed: 5, 16, 18, 23, 30, 31, 698ed: 5, 16, 72, 77, 36, 35, 25ch23 7ed: 4, 12, 19, 248ed: 2, 14, 21, Nch24 7ed: 8, 158ed: 7 ,15ch 25 7ed: 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, 228ed: 38,5,23, 37, 40, 38 Solution of Test 3 (includes both PHYS 204 and PHYS 208) .

TESTS from previous semesters: Test 1 , Final . For figures, please see Prof. Makse. See also exams from previous semesters: here .

Tests and finals from previous years to practice with solutions.

Final Exam:

Syllabus,First exam will be on Wednesday March 3rd, 2010.Second exam will be on Wednesday April 7th, 2010.Third exam will be on Monday May 3rd, 2010.Teaching Assistant: TBATA office hours: TBATutoring by physics graduate students supervised by physics faculty in MR308. Download the schedule here. ,Solution of homework problems from CH 16, 17, 18, 35, 36 .Solution of homework problems from CH 37, 38, 23, 24 .Solution of homework problems from CH 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 .Solution of homework problems from CH 30 , CH 31 , CH 32 .Solution of Test 3 (includes both PHYS 204 and PHYS 208) .Final from a previous semester to practice . For figures, see Prof. Makse.Test from previous yearsFinal from Spring 2009..Final exam: Syllabus.First exam will be on Wednesday March 3rd, 2010.Second exam will be on Wednesday April 7th, 2010.Third exam will be on Monday May 3rd, 2010.Teaching Assistant: TBATA office hours: TBATutoring by physics graduate students supervised by physics faculty in MR308. Download the schedule here.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 18-20.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21-25.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 27.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 28.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 29. Including a copy of the problems from the 7th Edition.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 30. Including a copy of the problems from the 7th Edition.Homework problems: 7th edition to 8th edition Ch21: 7ed 5, 6, 11, 19, 21, 30, 34, 41, 548ed 1, 7, 15, N, 23 , 78, 39, 47, Nch22 7ed: 5, 16, 18, 23, 30, 31, 698ed: 5, 16, 72, 77, 36, 35, 25ch23 7ed: 4, 12, 19, 248ed: 2, 14, 21, Nch24 7ed: 8, 158ed: 7 ,15ch 25 7ed: 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, 228ed: 38,5,23, 37, 40, 38 Solution of Test 3 (includes both PHYS 204 and PHYS 208) .

TESTS from previous semesters: Test 1 , Final . For figures, please see Prof. Makse. See also exams from previous semesters: here .

Tests and finals from previous years to practice with solutions.

Final Exam:

Syllabus,Teaching Assistant: Mr. Yang Liu: yhvhliuyang@gmail.comTA office hours: MR309, Mon 3:00-4:00pm and Thu 1:00-2:00 pm”High-quality” tutoring by physics graduate students supervised by physics faculty in MR308. Download the schedule here ,Solution of homework problems from CH 16, 17, 18, 35, 36 .Solution of homework problems from CH 37, 38, 23, 24 .Solution of homework problems from CH 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 .Solution of homework problems from CH 30 , CH 31 , CH 32 .Solution of Test 3 (includes both PHYS 204 and PHYS 208) .Final from a previous semester to practice . For figures, see Prof. Makse.Test from previous yearsChange of date Exam 2: April 1st, 2009.Final exam: Friday 5/22/09 – 1:00 to 3:15 pm. MR Marshak 3 Syllabus.Teaching Assistant: Mr. Yang Liu: yhvhliuyang@gmail.comTA office hours: MR309, Mon 3:00-4:00pm and Thu 1:00-2:00 pm”High-quality” tutoring by physics graduate students supervised by physics faculty in MR308. Download the schedule here ,Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 18-20.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 21-25.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 26.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 27.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 28.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 29. Including a copy of the problems from the 7th Edition.Solutions to Homework problems Chapters 30. Including a copy of the problems from the 7th Edition.Homework problems: 7th edition to 8th edition Ch21: 7ed 5, 6, 11, 19, 21, 30, 34, 41, 548ed 1, 7, 15, N, 23 , 78, 39, 47, Nch22 7ed: 5, 16, 18, 23, 30, 31, 698ed: 5, 16, 72, 77, 36, 35, 25ch23 7ed: 4, 12, 19, 248ed: 2, 14, 21, Nch24 7ed: 8, 158ed: 7 ,15ch 25 7ed: 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, 228ed: 38,5,23, 37, 40, 38Solution of Test 3 (includes both PHYS 204 and PHYS 208) .TESTS from previous semesters: Test 1 , Final . For figures, please see Prof. Makse. See also exams from previous semesters: here . Change of date for Exam 2: April 1st, 2009. Covering CH 20-21-22-23.

Final Exam: Monday 5/18/09. 10:30 am – 12:45pm. MR Marshak 3

Syllabus,Test 1: March 26, 2008Teaching Assistant: Jian Li, jianli@sci.ccny.cuny.eduTA office hours: MO and TH from 2-3pm in MR403.Solution to Homework problems from Chapter 1 to 3Solution to Homework problems from Chapter 4 to 8,Solution to Homework problems from Chapter 9 to 16,Practice problems for Test 1.Sample Test 1 from Fall 2007.Solution of problems Test 1 from Fall 2007, and the practice problems for Test 1 ,Solution of Test 1 Spring 2008. ,Practice test 2 from Fall 2007.Test 2: April 30, 2008 from 5PM to 6:15PM.Final Exam: Monday May 19, 2008 at 6:15pm Syllabus,Test 1: Tuesday October 2th from 2pm to 3:15pmSolution to Homework problems from Chapter 1 to 3Solution to Homework problems from Chapter 4 to 8,Solution to Homework problems from Chapter 9 to 16,Practice problems for Test 1.Test 1.Solution of problems Test 1 and the practice problems for Test 1 ,Test 2: November 27, 2007 from 2 to 3:15pm in Large auditorium in the ground floor of Steinman Hall. Exam will cover from Chapter 3 to the material of the last lecture before the exam.Final Exam: PHYS 321 Section P. Marshak Room 418N Thursday Dec 20 from 1:10 to 3:30PM. SyllabusOLD EXAMS:Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Final from a previous PHYS 203 course.QUIZZES:Quiz 1, Quiz 2, Quiz 3, Quiz 4, Quiz 5, Quiz 6, Quiz 7, Quiz 8, Quiz 9, Quiz 10, Quiz 11,Quiz 12.SOLUTIONS TO HOMEWORK PROBLEMS:Chapter 2. Kinetics in 1DProblem 2: (a) 7.07km, (b)2.12km, (c) 45 north of east.Problem 4: 9.1Problem 8: 0.81 kmproblem 12: 8.18 m/s2Problem 16: 7.1 m/s due southProblem 22: (a) 1.6 m/s2 (b) 2.0 x 10 mProblem 28: 96.9 m/sProblem 44: (a) -7.9 m/s (b) 3.2 mProblem 46: 22 mProblem 48: 13.2 m/sChapter 3. Kinetics in 2DProblem 2: 27.4 mProblem 6: 11 m/s, 13 m/sProblem 8: (a) 2.47 m/s2 (b) 2.24 m/s2Problem 12: (a) 6490 m/s (b) 7070 m/sProblem 16: 5.1 m Problem 26: 0.844 m

Problem 32: (a) -141 m/s (b) 66 below the horizon

Problem 48: 32.1 s

Problem 56: 2.3 m/s

Chapter 4. Forces and Newtons Law of Motion

Problem 4: 4.1 x 10^-2s

Problem 20: 4.2 m/s2

Problem 24: 4.77 x 10^20 N

Problem 38: 2.9 m/s2

Chapter 5. Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion

Problem 2: 0.79 m/s2

Problem 10: 10,600 rev/min

Problem 30: 27.5 days

Chapter 6. Work and Energy

Problem 4: (a) -3.38 x 10^3 J

Problem 18: 9 x 10^3 m/s

Problem 20: 0.13

Problem 26: (a) 27 J (b) 36 J (c) 8.8 J (d) -W

Problem 36: (a) 52.2 J (B) 48.8 m/s

Problem 48: (a) 16.5 m (b) 2.9 N

Chapter 7. Impulse and Momentum

Problem 2: 165 N, upward

Problem 4: -11,600 N

Problem 8: (a) 2.4 x 10^5 N (b) 4.8 x 10^3 N (c) stiff leg 2.4x 10^5 N bent knees 5.5 x 10^3 N

Problem 26: (a) -0.432 m/s (b) 1.82 m/s

Problem 30: (a) 3.4 m/s (b) 2.6 m/s

Chapter 8. Rotational Kinematics

Problem 2: 35 rad/s, 21 rad

Problem 16: 0.125 s

Problem 20: (a) 4.6 x 10^3 rad (b) 2.00 x 10^2 rad/s2

Problem 24: 3.37 s

Problem 30: 0.18 m

Problem 34: 4.63 m/s

Problem 48: 8.6 x 10^3 m

Chapter 9. Rotational Dynamics

Problem 2: 2.1 x 10^2 N

Problem 12: 0.70 m

Problem 24: (a) 212 N (b) 212 N (c) 5.00 x 10^2 N

Problem 44: (a) 2.57 X 10^29 J (b) 2.67 x 10^33 J

Problem 50: 1.3 m/s

Problem 52: 7.11 rad/s

Problem 54: 0.037 rad/s

Chapter 10. Simple Harmonic Motion and Elasticity

Problem 26: 6.55 m/s

Chapter 11. Fluids

Problem 10:

Problem 22: 2.9 x 10^4 Pa

Problem 38: 250 kg/m^3

Problem 46: 7.9 x 10^-4 m^3

Problem 62: (a) 32.8 m/s (b) 54.9 m

Problem 68: (a) v2=sq. root 2gy (b) 0 m (c) Pa=Po-pg(y+h)

Chapter 12. Temperature and Heat

Problem 40: 2500 J/(kg x C)

Problem 54: 0.42 kg

Problem 84: 19 C

Chapter 13. The Transfer of Heat

Problem 2: (a) 8.6 x 10^6 J (b) $0.24

Problem 6: 4.8

Problem 16: (a) 6.3 J/s (b) 4.8 J/s

Chapter 14. The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory

Problem 2: (a) 1.29 x 10^21 (b) 5.8 x 10^20

Problem 14: 67.0 m^3

Problem 16: 0.140 m

Problem 28: 414 m/s

Problem 34: 327 m/s

Chapter 15. Thermodynamics

Problem 8: 4.5 x 10^-3 m^3

Problem 40: 65 J

Problem 42: 44

Problem 46: 3000 J

Problem 60: 13

Problem 62: 21

OLD EXAMS:Test 1Test 2Test 3Final from a previous PHYS 203 course. The files contain no figures.Solutions to homework problems:Chapter 2. Kinetics in 1DProblem 2: (a) 7.07km, (b)2.12km, (c) 45 north of east.Problem 4: 9.1Problem 8: 0.81 kmproblem 12: 8.18 m/s2Problem 16: 7.1 m/s due southProblem 22: (a) 1.6 m/s2 (b) 2.0 x 10 mProblem 28: 96.9 m/sProblem 44: (a) -7.9 m/s (b) 3.2 mProblem 46: 22 mProblem 48: 13.2 m/sChapter 3. Kinetics in 2DProblem 2: 27.4 mProblem 6: 11 m/s, 13 m/sProblem 8: (a) 2.47 m/s2 (b) 2.24 m/s2Problem 12: (a) 6490 m/s (b) 7070 m/sProblem 16: 5.1 m Problem 26: 0.844 m

Problem 32: (a) -141 m/s (b) 66 below the horizon

Problem 48: 32.1 s

Problem 56: 2.3 m/s

Chapter 4. Forces and Newtons Law of Motion

Problem 4: 4.1 x 10^-2s

Problem 20: 4.2 m/s2

Problem 24: 4.77 x 10^20 N

Problem 38: 2.9 m/s2

Chapter 5. Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion

Problem 2: 0.79 m/s2

Problem 10: 10,600 rev/min

Problem 30: 27.5 days

Chapter 6. Work and Energy

Problem 4: (a) -3.38 x 10^3 J

Problem 18: 9 x 10^3 m/s

Problem 20: 0.13

Problem 26: (a) 27 J (b) 36 J (c) 8.8 J (d) -W

Problem 36: (a) 52.2 J (B) 48.8 m/s

Problem 48: (a) 16.5 m (b) 2.9 N

Chapter 7. Impulse and Momentum

Problem 2: 165 N, upward

Problem 4: -11,600 N

Problem 8: (a) 2.4 x 10^5 N (b) 4.8 x 10^3 N (c) stiff leg 2.4x 10^5 N bent knees 5.5 x 10^3 N

Problem 26: (a) -0.432 m/s (b) 1.82 m/s

Problem 30: (a) 3.4 m/s (b) 2.6 m/s

Chapter 8. Rotational Kinematics

Problem 2: 35 rad/s, 21 rad

Problem 16: 0.125 s

Problem 20: (a) 4.6 x 10^3 rad (b) 2.00 x 10^2 rad/s2

Problem 24: 3.37 s

Problem 30: 0.18 m

Problem 34: 4.63 m/s

Problem 48: 8.6 x 10^3 m

Chapter 9. Rotational Dynamics

Problem 2: 2.1 x 10^2 N

Problem 12: 0.70 m

Problem 24: (a) 212 N (b) 212 N (c) 5.00 x 10^2 N

Problem 44: (a) 2.57 X 10^29 J (b) 2.67 x 10^33 J

Problem 50: 1.3 m/s

Problem 52: 7.11 rad/s

Problem 54: 0.037 rad/s

Chapter 10. Simple Harmonic Motion and Elasticity

Problem 26: 6.55 m/s

Chapter 11. Fluids

Problem 10:

Problem 22: 2.9 x 10^4 Pa

Problem 38: 250 kg/m^3

Problem 46: 7.9 x 10^-4 m^3

Problem 62: (a) 32.8 m/s (b) 54.9 m

Problem 68: (a) v2=sq. root 2gy (b) 0 m (c) Pa=Po-pg(y+h)

Chapter 12. Temperature and Heat

Problem 40: 2500 J/(kg x C)

Problem 54: 0.42 kg

Problem 84: 19 C

Chapter 13. The Transfer of Heat

Problem 2: (a) 8.6 x 10^6 J (b) $0.24

Problem 6: 4.8

Problem 16: (a) 6.3 J/s (b) 4.8 J/s

Chapter 14. The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory

Problem 2: (a) 1.29 x 10^21 (b) 5.8 x 10^20

Problem 14: 67.0 m^3

Problem 16: 0.140 m

Problem 28: 414 m/s

Problem 34: 327 m/s

Chapter 15. Thermodynamics

Problem 8: 4.5 x 10^-3 m^3

Problem 40: 65 J

Problem 42: 44

Problem 46: 3000 J

Problem 60: 13

Problem 62: 21

Office Hours of Zhong Zheng, grader: Friday from 10:20-11AM. room Marshack 421-B

First test: We October 13, 2004. Chapters 2, 3, 4, 5

OLD EXAMS:

Final from a previous PHYS 203 course. The files contain no figures. Please see Prof. Makse if you want a copy of the exams with the figures.

News: Third exam will cover 4 Chapters from 24 to 27. Date: Friday April 30, 2004 in J3.

Final: Thursday May 27 from 10:35an to 12:05 PM in room J3. This is according to the official schedule. Please notice that the final time is probably wrong. I think it should be 12:55pm.

News: Average for Test 3: 84. Test 3 will be discussed on Friday May 7.

New!!: Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, and Final from a previous PHYS 204 course. The files contain no figures. Please see Prof. Makse if you want a copy of the exams with the figures. I will be available to discuss problems before the exam on Friday, today Wednesday during office hours: 2:30-3:30pm and Thursday all day before 2:30pm. If you can’t find me in room T1M-12 (Levich Institute) go to C17 in Steinman Hall (cellar).

Solution to Homework problems:

Chapter 26. The refraction of light: lenses and optical instruments. Sections: 1-3, 5-8.

Chapter 27. Interference and the Wave Nature of Light. Sections: 1, 2, 5, 6.

Chapter 28. Relativity. Sections: 1-6. . Please noticed new homework assingment: Problems: 2, 5, 12, 14, 27, 39.