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  1. PHYS102 General Physics II  • Topics covered: • Waves • Thermodynamics • Electricity • Magnetism Currently this corresponds to chapters 16 to 30 of  Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker.

  2. Syllabus and teaching strategy Lecturer: GolibjonBerdiyorov Room 148, Building 6 Phone: 860-3869/2283 e-mail: golib@kfupm.edu.sa Office Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 11.00-12.00 Lectures: Sunday: 9.00 – 9.50 (6/125) 07-09 Tuesday: 9.00 – 9.50 (6/125) 07-09 Thursday: 9.00 – 9.50 (6/125) 07-09 Recitation: Wednesday: 7.00 – 7.50 (6/106) 07 9.00 – 9.50 (6/103) 08 10.00 – 10.50 (6/106) 09

  3. Grading Policy

  4. Chapter 16 Waves

  5. Waves and particles

  6. Types of Waves

  7. Transverse and longitudinal waves Motion of particles and wave

  8. Transverse and longitudinal waves Motion of particles and wave Neither transverse or longitudinal waves

  9. Transverse and longitudinal waves Motion of particles and wave

  10. Wavelength and frequency Sinusoidal wave

  11. Wavelength and frequency Sinusoidal wave

  12. Wavelength and frequency Sinusoidal wave

  13. Wavelength and frequency Sinusoidal wave

  14. Wavelength and frequency Sinusoidal wave

  15. Wavelength and frequency Sinusoidal wave

  16. Wavelength and frequency Two ways to put the wave on paper

  17. Wavelength and frequency Two ways to put the wave on paper

  18. Wavelength and frequency Wavelength and period

  19. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  20. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  21. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  22. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  23. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  24. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  25. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  26. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  27. Wavelength and frequency Mathematical representation of a wave

  28. Wavelength and frequency Changing the position by one wavelength

  29. Wavelength and frequency Changing time by one period

  30. Wavelength and frequency Angular wave number and angular frequency

  31. Wavelength and frequency Angular wave number displacement distance

  32. Wavelength and frequency Angular frequency displacement time

  33. Phase constant

  34. Wavelength and frequency Checkpoint

  35. Wavelength and frequency Checkpoint

  36. Wavelength and frequency Checkpoint

  37. Wavelength and frequency Checkpoint

  38. 16.2.1. According to the text, waves are of three main types. Which of the following choices correctly lists these three main types? a) mechanical, sound, and light waves b) mechanical, electromagnetic, and matter waves c) transverse, sound, and matter waves d) longitudinal, electromagnetic, and sound waves e) simple harmonic, light, and matter waves

  39. 16.2.1. According to the text, waves are of three main types. Which of the following choices correctly lists these three main types? a) mechanical, sound, and light waves b) mechanical, electromagnetic, and matter waves c) transverse, sound, and matter waves d) longitudinal, electromagnetic, and sound waves e) simple harmonic, light, and matter waves

  40. 16.2.2. What type of waves are composed of electrons, protons, and other fundamental particles? a) electromagnetic b) longitudinal c) nuclear resonant d) matter e) nanotrophic

  41. 16.2.2. What type of waves are composed of electrons, protons, and other fundamental particles? a) electromagnetic b) longitudinal c) nuclear resonant d) matter e) nanotrophic

  42. 16.3.1. Which one of the following types of waves is purely longitudinal? a) light traveling through vacuum b) waves on a plucked guitar string c) radio waves traveling through air d) sound waves emitted from a speaker e) surface waves on the surface of a shallow pond

  43. 16.3.1. Which one of the following types of waves is purely longitudinal? a) light traveling through vacuum b) waves on a plucked guitar string c) radio waves traveling through air d) sound waves emitted from a speaker e) surface waves on the surface of a shallow pond

  44. 16.3.2. Which one of the following statements concerning transverse waves is true? a) The direction of the disturbance is parallel to the direction of travel. b) The direction of the disturbance is perpendicular to the direction of travel. c) A sound wave is an example of a transverse wave. d) Transverse waves are not periodic waves. e) Transverse waves always travel at the speed of light.

  45. 16.3.2. Which one of the following statements concerning transverse waves is true? a) The direction of the disturbance is parallel to the direction of travel. b) The direction of the disturbance is perpendicular to the direction of travel. c) A sound wave is an example of a transverse wave. d) Transverse waves are not periodic waves. e) Transverse waves always travel at the speed of light.

  46. 16.3.3. A sound wave is an example of what type of wave? a) longitudinal wave b) electromagnetic wave c) matter wave d) transverse wave e) seismic wave

  47. 16.3.3. A sound wave is an example of what type of wave? a) longitudinal wave b) electromagnetic wave c) matter wave d) transverse wave e) seismic wave

  48. 16.4.1. Which one of the following expressions determines the angular wave number? a) b) c) d) e)

  49. 16.4.1. Which one of the following expressions determines the angular wave number? a) b) c) d) e)