Filter By
Filter Reset
Semester
Class Notes (1,030,007)
CA (590,409)
Concordia (5,544)
Physics (62)

Class Notes for Physics at Concordia University

24HR Notes

The notes and past exams you need. Available 24 hours after each lecture.

PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Frisbee, List Of Most Massive Stars
Exam

Name: ___________________________________________________ Period: ________ Date: _______________ Astronomy Pre-Test Directions: This pre-test is designed to test your prior understanding. Answer the questions to the best o...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Lunar Phase, Solar Time, White Dwarf
Exam

ASTR 135 Exam 3 432015 Reordered by topic 1) An observer is located in Darwin, Australia at 12 south latitude. Can the observer see the north celestial pole? a) Yes b) No c) Sometimes 2) The same Australian observer plants...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Axial Tilt, Orbital Eccentricity, Red Supergiant Star
Exam

ASTR 135 Exam 2 362015 Topically rearranged version. 1) On February 1, a careful observer notes the exact compass point on the horizon where the sun rises. A few days later, the sun rises a) further north b) at the same pl...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Celestial Coordinate System, Celestial Equator, Lunar Phase
Exam

ASTR 138 Fall 2017 Exam 3 11162017 Wiens Law: max= C T, where C = 2,900 in units of (micrometers*Kelv2ns degrees) Newtons Universal Law of Gravitation: Force of Gravity = G M M1 R2 1) An observer vacations in Calgary,Alber...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Equinox, Celestial Equator, Right Ascension
Exam

ASTR 138 Fall 2017 Exam 1 9192017 - ANSWERED 1) An observer vacations in Canada on the 50 north latitude line and goes star gazing. How many degrees above the horizon is the norh star? a) It is not visible; it is below the...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Celestial Coordinate System, Celestial Equator, Lunar Phase
Exam

ASTR 138 Fall 2017 Exam 2 10192017 Wiens Law: = C T, where C = 2,900 in units of (micrometers*Kelvins degrees) max 2 Newtons Universal Law of Gravitation: Force of Gravity = G M M1 R2 1) An observer vacations in Cuba on th...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Inverse-Square Law, Spiral Galaxy, Spheroid
Exam

ASTR 135 Exam 4 542015 1) The Milky Way is a a) star b) star cluster d) nebula c) galaxy e) universe 2) What distance indicator or method did Edwin Hubble use to establish the distance of the Andromeda galaxy? a) parallax ...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario
PHYS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Scientific Notation, Magnetic Flux, Farad

Please refer to the following document when submitting numerical responses: Units conventions: Allowed unit prefixes 103 1 000 k 102 0.01 c 3 10 0.001 m 106 0.000 001 u 109 0.000 000 001 n Allowed Units Base Quantity Name ...

Physics
PHYS 205
Frank Barry
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Giant Planet, Copernican Revolution, Pioneer 11

Lesson 9 11.1 A different kind of planet Jupiter and Saturn are easily visible in the night sky, but the naked eye cannot discern any details about their nature. Uranus and Neptune were discovered in 1781 and 1846, respect...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario D'Amico
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Interstellar Cloud, Oort Cloud, Kuiper Belt

Lesson 8 8.1 The Search for the Origins By the end of the 17th century, the Copernican revolution [Section 3.3] and Newtons discovery of the universal law of gravitation [Section 4.4] had given us a basic understanding of ...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario D'Amico
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Comet Dust, Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud

Lesson 10 12.1 Classifying Small Bodies the Sun is also orbited by vast numbers of small bodies, ranging in size from specks of dust to Pluto and Eris, the largest known of the dwarf planets. Broadly speaking, all of these...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario D'Amico
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Interstellar Cloud, Fusion Power, Angular Diameter

Lesson 11 Stellar evolutions and Galaxies 14.1 A Closer look at the Sun Gravitational Contraction In the late 19th century, astronomers came up with an idea that seemed more plausible, at least at first. They suggested tha...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario D'Amico
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Planetary Science, Earth Mass, Galilean Moons

Lesson 7 7.1 Studying the Solar System Other times we compare the worlds to one another, seeking to understand their similarities and differences. This latter approach is called comparative planetology. Note that astronome...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario D'Amico
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Distant Star, Retina, Gamma Ray

Lesson 6 6.1 Eyes and Cameras: Everyday light sensors How do eyes and cameras work? The eye is a remarkably complex organ, but its basic components are a pupil, a lens,* and a retina The pupil controls how much light enter...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario D'Amico
PHYS 284 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cmyk Color Model, Primary Color, Cyan

Lesson 5 How do we experience light? Light is a form of energy Radiative energy: energy that light carries Energy and power We are interested at the rate at which light transfers than in the total amount of energy The rate...

Physics
PHYS 284
Mario D'Amico
Thermodynamics - Reference Guides

This detailed and well structured Guide builds upon the Physics principles defined in its companion Guides. The basic concepts are clearly and concisely defined and the laws of Thermodynamics are clearly articulated. Graph...

Chemistry
CHEM 11100
All Professors
Physics - Reference Guides

This Guide is an aid to understanding one of the essential ‘hard’ sciences. Concepts such as mechanics and magnetism are explained in clear terms, aided by a number of useful examples and equations. The Guide provides the ...

Basic Engineering
BE 1101
All Professors

Log In


OR

Don't have an account?

Join OneClass

Access over 10 million pages of study
documents for 1.3 million courses.

Sign up

Join to view


OR

By registering, I agree to the Terms and Privacy Policies
Already have an account?
Just a few more details

So we can recommend you notes for your school.

Reset Password

Please enter below the email address you registered with and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Add your courses

Get notes from the top students in your class.


Submit