(15%) Problem 8: Suppose a cosmic ray colliding with a nucleus in the Earth's upper atmosphere...
Suppose a cosmic ray colliding with a nucleus in the Earth's upper atmosphere produces a muon that has speed v= 0.83c. The muon then travels at constant speed and lives 1.5 us as measured in the muon's frame of reference. (You can imagine this as the muon's internal clock.) Randomized Variables v=0.83c t=1.5 us (a) How long does the muon live in seconds) as observed on the Earth? b) How many meters does it travel as observed on the Earth?...
Suppose a muon produced as a result of a cosmic ray colliding with a nucleus in the upper atmosphere has a velocity v = 0.950c. Suppose it travels at constant velocity and lives 2.20 ps as measured by an observer who moves with it (this is the time on the muon's internal clock). It can be shown that it lives for 4.87 us as measured by an Earth-bound observer. (a) How long (in us) would the muon have lived as...
Suppose a muon produced as a result of a cosmic ray colliding with a nucleus in the upper atmosphere has a velocity v = 0.950c. Suppose it travels at constant velocity and lives 2.20 us as measured by an observer who moves with it (this is the time on the muon's internal clock). It can be shown that it lives for 4.87 us as measured by an Earth-bound observer. (a) How long (in us) would the muon have lived as...
(10%) Problem 2: When laser light is passed through two narrow slits separated by 140 um, an interference pattern is observed on a screen 1.54 m away. The distance between the central spot and the first-order constructive interference is found to be 5.5 mm. 50% Part (a) Find the wavelength of the laser light, in nanometers. 1 = 500 Correct! > * 50% Part (b) At what angle, in degrees, from the central spot is the second-order constructive interference formed?...
(8%) Problem 12: When builders were constructing a sidewalk they forgot to include an expansion joint between two of the segments, L = 1.6 m at To = 20° C. Assume the opposite ends of each segment are fixed and the linear expansion coefficient is a = 12.1 x 100 cl 50% Part (a) As the day heats to T, the segments press against each other and begin to raise the junction a distance h forming a triar is the...
(6%) Problem 3: The Marianas Trench, near the Philippines, is the deepest part of Earth's oceans at nearly 11 km. A 33% Part (a) Calculate the pressure, in atmospheres, due to the ocean at the bottom of the Marianas Trench, assumi is a constant 1025 kg/m2 all the way down to the bottom. P= JE ( 7 8 9 E 4 5 sino cos tano cotan asino acoso atan acotano) sinh cosh) tanho cotanho • Degrees Radians 6 3 1...
(10%) Problem 7: sphere of radius r2 their size. A conducting sphere of radius r,-0.49 m has a total charge of Q-1.6 pC Another uncharged conducting 0.23 m joins to the initial by a small conducting wire. The spheres are separated by a huge distance compared to us IS al pleted mpleted mpleted mpleted mpleted rtial 50% Part (a) what is the total charge on sphere two Q2 after they are connected, in coulombs? Grade Sumn Deductions Potential Submissions Attempts...
(10% ) Problem 9: Suppose you first walk 11 m in a direction 20° west of north and then 23.5 m in a direction 40° south of west as shown in the figure. 40° 20° Otheexpertta.com 25% Part (a) what is the component of your displacement in the x-direction, in meters? Grade Summary Potential 100% Submissions 0% sino cotanO asinO acosO atanO acotan0 sinho coshO tanh0 cotanho tan() π ( Attempts remaining 10 (7% per attempt) detailed view O Degrees...
(10%) Problem 8: A point charge P is b = 9.5 m above the center of a uniformly Z-axis charged ring of radius a 0.37 m sitting in the xy plane with charge Q-4.5 HC. Randomized Variables b -9.5 m a 0.37 m (0,0,b) X-axi Verchio, Tina - [email protected] a,0,0) (a,0.0) Otheexpertta.com @theexpertta.com-tracking id: 2N74-D4-63-42-8FA8-13045. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms of Service. copying this information to any solutions sharing website is strictly forbidden. Doing so may result in termination...
(8%) Problem 3: In a particular Cartesian coordinate system, a particle has coordinates X(t) = 2sin(31) + C. y= 0, z=0. where t is in seconds, x is in meters, and C is a constant to be determined by the data. At t=0 the particle was at x = 1 m. 14% Part (a) Find the value of constant C, in meters. C=1 Correct! * 14% Part (b) Find the instantaneous velocity, in meters per second, at 1-1.5 S. vy(t)...