# Recent content by Jodi

1. ### Poiseulle's law

Hi; Could someone please help me with this question: "Suppose you have measured the flow rate for a number of tubes with different lengths but the same radius, how would you graph your data to test Poiseulle's law (Hint: choose the scales of the axes so that the theoretical graph is a straight...
2. ### Law of reflection and refraction

Hi; I was wondering if someone could please help me with this question: "When you measure the law of reflection and the law of refraction, what is the advantage of making 2 measurements: one clockwise from the normal and one counterclockwise from the normal?" Could an advantage be that this is...
3. ### Bohr model of atom

Ok, so I find the energy change by doing E of upper state - energy of lower state right? So I get (-0.2) - (-0.5) = 0.3 After I find this energy change, how do i find the decrease in mass? If I use E=mc^2, I plug in 0.3 into E and 1.00794 into m? What am I solving for? I'm confused. Thanks...
4. ### Bohr model of atom

I guess so. That's what confuses me about the question. I don't know how to incorporate the mass into it. Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks.
5. ### Bohr model of atom

Hi; Could someone please help me with this question: By what fraction does the mass of an H atom decrease when it makes an n=7 to n=5 transition? How would I go about this question? Thank you.
6. ### Angular Magnification

Hi; Could someone please help me with this question: A small insect is placed 5.37 cm from a +5.84 cm focal length lens. a) Calculate the position of the image. b) Calculate the angular magnification. For part a I used the lens equation 1/f = 1/d object + 1/d image, and I the position of the...
7. ### Wave Nature of Light

HI; Could someone please help me with this question: Calculate the minimum thickness needed for an antireflective coating (n=1.35) applied to a glass lens in order to eliminate blue (458 nm) reflections for light at normal incidence? How would I go about this question? Thanks.
8. ### Waves- Interference/Double-slit experiment

Hi; Could someone please help me with the following question: In a double-slit experiment it is found that blue light of wavelength 460 nm gives a second-order maximum at a certain location on the screen. What wavelength of visible light would have a minimum at the same location? Can i use the...
9. ### Mirror question

Hi; Could someone please help me with the following question: The image of a distant tree is virtual and very small when viewed in a curved mirror. The image appears to be 18.8 cm behind the mirror. What is its radius of curvature? (Use positive for concave and negative for convex). Would I...
10. ### Galvanometer question

Are you saying to do 0.264 x 36.8E-6? Because that doesnt give me the right answer. Thanks.
11. ### Galvanometer question

Hi; Could someone please help me with the following question: If the restoring spring of a galvanometer weakens by 26.4% over the years, what current will give full-scale deflection if it originally required 36.8uA? Thanks for your help.
12. ### Voltage question

Voltage question.... Hi; Could somebody please help me with the following question: Suppose you want to run some apparatus that is 62.3 m from an electric outlet. Each of the wires connecting your apparatus to the 120 V source has a resistance per unit length of 0.00600 ohms/m. If your...
13. ### Nerve conduction question

I'm not sure about the resitivity, but would this help: That the concentration of Na+ inside axon is 15 mol/m^3 and the concentration of Na+ ouside axon is 140 mol/m^3. And the area of a cylinder (like the axon) is 2(pi)(r)(L).
14. ### Nerve conduction question

Um I'm thinking that I will have to use this equation: R= resitivity*L/A, and therefore I need that 12 cm to use as my length and the diameter to use as my area. I'm guessing I can use this equation to solve for R, but than how do I use the rate? That is what confuses me. Thanks.
15. ### Nerve conduction question

The axon... Hi; The axon is sort of like a tube, because impulses travel through the cell by coming in from small tube like appendages called dendrites, into the cell body, and than travel out via the axon...which is like a long tail. Signals are received by the dendrites and are propagated...