Wright State University Lake Campus/2017-1/Phy1120/log
Monday 9 January 2017[edit | edit source]
- I need to fix error in schedule. We decided to have exams on Monday, and also to meet in one long segment MW starting at 10 AM.
- Click here to go up one level and click the three integers ### to get into your private miraheze account. You will be refused until you log in with your wsul### username and your password. Log in and click main page.
- Add your user name to Wright State University Lake Campus/2017-1/Phy1060. Do this by replacing _username by your username. )
- Open your private wiki account wsul### and click edit. You will see instructions enclosed in the "hide" tags:
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- replace xxx by your Wikiversity username. This creates a link back to your Wikiversity page
- Fill in PHY1120 as instructed when y
- Create a word document called Enrollment and put it in your dropbox. For now, it should contain only your wsul### (046-056). Also place your noun### password so you won't forget it.
- Paste this into your Wikiversity user account
[[Wright State University Lake Campus/2017-1/Phy1120]] - links to roster, with all important links at the top.
16:05, 8 February 2017 (UTC)[edit | edit source]
16:23, 11 January 2017 (UTC) all presentS[edit | edit source]
16:10, 23 January 2017 (UTC)[edit | edit source]
- Got up to How things work college course/Waves (Physics Classroom)
- Project idea at this site. WARNING: Dropbox checks for plagiarism. BTW, this is why we can reduce the cost of higher education by organizing all these individual efforts into a common platform using private wikis.
- don't forget that w:Wikimedia Commons supports movies
8 February 2017 (UTC)[edit | edit source]
w/o crind[edit | edit source]
- , where E electric field is and ΔV is voltage
- if d and E are parallel. Here d is displacement.
The above formula fails if E is not constant, but over a small distance it does work. Replace Δ by d and use calculus. For a distance, r, from a point charge or a spherically charged sphere:
- (I used absolute value signs...don't worry about minus signs because they are too complicated to keep track of)
- You might choose to not learn Special:Permalink/1378605 because it is not likely to be on an MCAT. (It teaches vector algebra)
- Project ideas:
- Neatly solve problems that were not well solved in the answer key
- Pose and solve problems in the book that look appropriate
- Explain something for students. (???)
20 February 2017 (UTC) Is the osmotic force a "pseudo-force"?[edit | edit source]
The answer is yes and no. Wikipedia does not include osmotic forces in its article on pseudoforces. But search the word pseud in this excerpt] from the Google books search engine. The quote to the right is a good explanation.