Study Guides for Physics at University of Ottawa (UOTTAWA)

UOTTAWAPHY 1122Michael RogersWinter

PHY 1122 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide -

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UOTTAWAPHY 1331Andrzej CzajkowskiFall

PHY1331- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 53 pages long!)

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UOTTAWAPHY 1321Andrzej CzajkowskiFall

PHY 1321 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thought Experiment, Lev Vygotsky, Psy

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The questions below are more or less what will appear on the exam (some will have blanks filled-in; others, will involve filling in blanks based on the
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UOTTAWAPHY 1124Andrzej CzajkowskiWinter

PHY1124 Final: Physics 2 ANGULAR

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UOTTAWAPHY 1124Andrzej CzajkowskiWinter

PHY1124 Final: Physics - 1 ENERGY

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UOTTAWAPHY 1331Andrzej CzajkowskiFall

PHY 1331 Study Guide - Final Guide: André Tchaikowsky, Friction, Ideal Gas

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3kg mass rests on the flat surface while being acted on by the vertical 10n force as. If g=9. 9m/s2 the normal force acting on this body is equal to :
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UOTTAWAPHY 1300Michael RogersFall

PHY 1300 Final: Final Key concepts - physics

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A system of millions of billions of stars, together by gas and dust, held together by gravitational pulls. Earth is in a disk shaped spiral galaxy: exp
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UOTTAWAPHY 1321N AFall

PHY 1321 Study Guide - Final Guide: Spend Spend Spend

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Details of the final exam test: The questions are ordered by the increasing difficulty. First 15 questions are meant to be simple and answering them sh
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UOTTAWAPHY 1321N AFall

PHY 1321 Study Guide - Final Guide: Electron Rest Mass, Special Relativity

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UOTTAWAPHY 1321N AFall

PHY 1321 Study Guide - Final Guide: Eed (Protein), Kilowatt Hour, Unit

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UOTTAWAPHY 1122AllWinter

PhysicsFinal.docx

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UOTTAWAPHY 1322AllWinter

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4 nm), find the condition for maximum intensity (constructive interference) on the screen in terms of q , l , and d. a. b. c. d. e. l m + 1/2) In the f
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