## Solutions for Tutorials in Introductory Physics

Problem 1aT:

Each person in your group should obtain a ruler and at least one ticker tape segment from the staff....Problem 1bT:

Each person in your group should obtain a ruler and at least one ticker tape segment from the staff....Problem 1cT:

Each person in your group should obtain a ruler and at least one ticker tape segment from the staff....Problem 1dT:

Each person in your group should obtain a ruler and at least one ticker tape segment from the staff....Problem 1eT:

Each person in your group should obtain a ruler and at least one ticker tape segment from the staff....Problem 1fT:

Each person in your group should obtain a ruler and at least one ticker tape segment from the staff....Problem 1gT:

Each person in your group should obtain a ruler and at least one ticker tape segment from the staff....Problem 2aT:

A. In the space below, sketch a possible ticker tape resulting from motion with varying speed and...Problem 2bT:

B. Together with your classmates, take your ticker tape segments and arrange yourselves in a line,...Problem 2cT:

C. Based on your observations of your tape segment and the tape segments of other members of your...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1.1 - VelocityChapter 1.2 - Representations Of MotionChapter 1.3 - Acceleration In One DimensionChapter 1.4 - Motion In Two DimensionsChapter 1.5 - Relative MotionChapter 2.1 - ForcesChapter 2.2 - Newton's Second And Third LawChapter 2.3 - TensionChapter 3.1 - Work And The Work-energy TheoremChapter 3.2 - Changes In Energy And Momentum

Chapter 3.3 - Conservation Of Momentum In One DimensionsChapter 3.4 - Conservation Of Momentum In Two DimensionsChapter 4.1 - Rotation MotionChapter 4.2 - Dynamics Of Rigid BodiesChapter 4.3 - Equilibrium Of Rigid BodiesChapter 5.1 - ChargeChapter 5.2 - Electric Field And FluxChapter 5.3 - Gauss' LawChapter 5.4 - Electric Potential DifferenceChapter 5.5 - CapacitanceChapter 6.1 - A Model For Circuits Part 1: Current And ResistanceChapter 6.2 - A Model For Circuits Part 2: Potential DiffernceChapter 6.3 - Rc CircuitsChapter 7.1 - Magnets And Magnetic FieldsChapter 7.2 - Magnetic InteractionsChapter 8.1 - Lenz' LawChapter 8.2 - Faraday's Law And ApplicationsChapter 9.1 - Superpositions And Reflection Of PulsesChapter 9.2 - Reflection And TransmissionChapter 9.3 - Propagation And Refraction Of Periodic WavesChapter 9.4 - Electromagnetic WavesChapter 10.1 - Light And ShadowChapter 10.2 - Plane MirrorsChapter 10.3 - Curved Mirrors And Multiple ReflectionsChapter 10.4 - Interpretation Of Ray DiagramsChapter 10.5 - Convex LensesChapter 10.6 - MagnificationChapter 11.1 - Two-sources InterfaceChapter 11.2 - Wave Properties Of LightChapter 11.3 - Multiple-slit InterfaceChapter 11.4 - A Model For Single-slit DiffractionChapter 11.5 - Combined Interference And DiffractionChapter 11.6 - Thin-film InterfaceChapter 11.7 - PolarizationChapter 12.1 - Pressure In A LiquidChapter 12.2 - BuoyancyChapter 13.1 - Ideal Gas LawChapter 13.2 - First Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 14.1 - Wave Properties Of MatterChapter 14.2 - Photoelectric EffectChapter 15.1 - Velocity-homeworkChapter 15.2 - Representations Of Motion-homeworkChapter 15.3 - Acceleration In One Dimension-homeworkChapter 15.4 - Motion In Two Dimensions-homeworkChapter 15.5 - Relative Motion-homeworkChapter 16.1 - Forces-homeworkChapter 16.2 - Newton's Second And Third Law-homeworkChapter 16.3 - Tension-homeworkChapter 17.1 - Work And The Work-energy Theorem-homeworkChapter 17.2 - Changes In Energy And Momentum-homeworkChapter 17.3 - Conservation Of Momentum In One Dimensions-homeworkChapter 17.4 - Conservation Of Momentum In Two Dimensions-homeworkChapter 18.1 - Rotational Motion-homeworkChapter 18.2 - Dynamics Of Rigid Bodies-homeworkChapter 18.3 - Equilibrium Of Rigid Bodies-homeworkChapter 19.1 - Charge-homeworkChapter 19.2 - Electric Field And Flux-homeworkChapter 19.3 - Gauss' Law-homeworkChapter 19.4 - Electric Potential Difference-homeworkChapter 19.5 - Capacitance-homeworkChapter 20.1 - A Model For Circuits Part 1: Current And Resistance-homeworkChapter 20.2 - A Model For Circuits Part 2: Potential Differnce-homeworkChapter 20.3 - Rc Circuits-homeworkChapter 21.1 - Magnets And Magnetic Fields-homeworkChapter 21.2 - Magnetic Interactions-homeworkChapter 22.1 - Lenz' Law-homeworkChapter 22.2 - Faraday's Law And Applications-homeworkChapter 23.1 - Superpositions And Reflection Of Pulses-homeworkChapter 23.2 - Reflection And Transmission-homeworkChapter 23.3 - Propagation And Refraction Of Periodic Waves-homeworkChapter 23.4 - Electromagnetic Waves-homeworkChapter 24.1 - Light And Shadow-homeworkChapter 24.2 - Plane Mirrors-homeworkChapter 24.3 - Curved Mirrors And Multiple Reflections-homeworkChapter 24.4 - Interpretation Of Ray Diagrams-homeworkChapter 24.5 - Convex Lenses-homeworkChapter 24.6 - Magnification-homeworkChapter 25.1 - Two-sources Interface-homeworkChapter 25.2 - Wave Properties Of Light-homeworkChapter 25.3 - Multiple-slit Interface-homeworkChapter 25.4 - A Model For Single-slit Diffraction-homeworkChapter 25.5 - Combined Interference And Diffraction-homeworkChapter 25.6 - Thin-film Interface-homeworkChapter 25.7 - Polarization-homeworkChapter 26.1 - Pressure In A Liquid-homeworkChapter 26.2 - Buoyancy-homeworkChapter 27.1 - Ideal Gas Law-homeworkChapter 27.2 - First Law Of Thermodynamics-homeworkChapter 28.1 - Wave Properties Of Matter-homeworkChapter 28.2 - Photoelectric Effect-homework

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This landmark book presents a series of physics tutorials designed by a leading physics education research group. Emphasizing the development of concepts and scientific reasoning skills, the tutorials focus on common conceptual and reasoning difficulties. The tutorials cover a range of topics in Mechanics, E & M, and Waves & Optics.

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