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By Sena L.A.

ISBN-10: 5030001255

ISBN-13: 9785030001258

The purpose of the current selection of questions and difficulties is to boost useful talents in the course of examine of 1 of the elemental sciences, physics. the gathering is meant for the self-instruction of scholars of technical schools. how one can use it's to resolve the issues whereas getting ready for time period exams.

The assortment comprises greater than four hundred questions and difficulties overlaying all of the sections of the physics path. All questions and difficulties have certain solutions and strategies. for that reason the 2 major sections of the booklet, Questions and difficulties and solutions and options, have exact headings and numbering: each one bankruptcy within the first part has a corresponding bankruptcy within the moment, and the numbering of solutions corresponds to the numbering of problems.

A exact characteristic of the gathering is the drawings and diagrams for many of the questions and solutions. The diagrams use numerous scales: linear, semilog, log-log, and quadratic.

Arrangement of the fabric during this assortment corresponds to the constitution most ordinarily utilized in collage physics textbooks. One exception is the questions and difficulties related to the designated concept of relativity. those are put in numerous chapters, ranging from the single facing mechanics.

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Find the, final result of mixing whose beginning is shown in each figure. When either all the water freezes or all the ice melts, determine the final temperature. 58. A phase diagram represents the relationship between the temperature and pressure at the boundary that separates two phases. To which phases do the regions 1, 2, and 3 correspond? 59. The phase diagram of water is shown schematically in the figure. Using this d iagram , ex plain this particular dependence of the melting point of ice on the external pressure.

How will the reading of the ammeter vary as the sliding contact of the second potentiometer is moved Irorn one end of the potentiometer to the other? 6. A constant voltage U o is applied to a potentiometer of resistance R connected to an ammeter. A constant r x ix R u UQ Fig. fi Fig. 7 resistor r is connected to the sli ding contact of the potentiometer and the fixed end of the potentiometer (after an ammeter). ep- tiometer to the other? The resistance of the ammeter is assumed to be negligible.

A conductor and a semiconductor are connected in series. The voltage applied to this system is selected in such a way that the readings of the voltmeters Vl and V2 coincide. Will this condition remain unchanged if the voltage of the DC source is increased?

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