I'm not entirely sure. My professor said that I should use the equation (I_0)cos^2(Φ/2) with I_0 equaling the intensity at the origin of the two slit model. So I'm assuming that the 4(I_0) has something to do with the the intensity one slit would produce. We havent done single slits so I'll have...
I'm still on part a.
I think that i may have the wrong equation for intensity.
I'm not sure I'm using the right numbers for the "first minimum".
I started with getting the wavelength
λ=(ax)/D
since the first minimum occurs at m = 0.5 I multiplied the distance to the first minimum by 2 to get...
Sorry for the long wait time. Schools being chaotic since they're trying to figure out how to put everything online as a stop gap for the Corona Virus. Removing the "." did not work although I'm sure what you suggested will come in handy. I'm going to see if I can find a professor or Grad...
changed the location where the simulation is storing Lab4.vwf.vt to qsim/work and fixed it to the point where the simulation completes but now wont open the completed file automatically. I'm going to check and see if it opens manualy in a bit but the new screen is
I can open Lab4.vwf.vt...
editide line 4 of the model sim script from
vlog -work work Waveform.vwf.vt
to
vlog -work work Lab4.vwf.vt
reduced the error to
but it should be noted that the flow progress readout is way, way longer than it was. I don't know if I've gotten closer to getting this to work or if I've f'ed...
Homework Statement:: None. This is part of implementing a project and not an actual question. It's a technical problem or equipment failure.
Relevant Equations:: The Code I get is;
Error: (vlog-7) Failed to open design unit file "Waveform.vwf.vt" in read mode.
[Mentor Note -- moved to the...
I was asked to use De Morgans law to find the complement of a particular equation, I applied the law correctly and simplified my solution down to
A'B'CD'+CA+CB'+D'A+D'B'
I ran the problem through a boolean simplifier to check my work...
I solved the problem after I got a little bit of sleep. I didn't fully understand how to wire the potentiometer but I got it figured out. Thank you for your help.
Thank you. It turns out I had the potentiometer wired wrong. It was my first time using one and I didn't realize that the resistance between the two inputs was the total value of the internal resistor. After some sleep I got my circuit working and I'm having a lot of fun with it.
Thank you. It turns out I had the potentiometer wired wrong. I figured out how to use it right after I checked the resistance between each leg. My circuit is working properly now and I'm having a great time with it.
The problem is that I need a single output that will range from -2 to +2 v. Unfortunately I don't know how to accomplish that with a single potentiometer. That's why I had that strange setup before. How do I combine the separate voltages into a single output?
I need to create a powersupply that takes in a +5 and -5v and has an adjustable output that varies between -2 and +2 v using one potentiometer.
I already came up with a design myself but it did not work. I need some help figuring this out.
I think my idea for how to get specific positive or...
I know that the current in the circuit isn't going to change instantaneously as the inductor is going to resist any change to magnetic flux due to self induction...? If the current cant change instantaneously then voltage can't change instantaneously right?
so an inductor resists rapid changes...
It's not from the book its from our homework (I checked to see if there was a comparable problem before posting) We are using University Physics 14th edition by Young and Freedman and This homework corresponds to Chapter 30.
is the equation I found in the book for the current through an LR-circuit. The problem is I cant find anything in the text I have that deals with resistors in series vs parallel, if a coil acts as a short, etc. So can I ask you...
1) is this equation valid for both resistors in parallel and...
I'm already stuck on A. I'm hoping once I figure that out the rest will just fall into place but be prepared for this to take awhile.
I understand how to use Faraday's law to get the current or voltage of the system based off the movement of the bar but I have no Idea how to relate the rate of...
This is unfortunate. I confirmed what you told me about the units but my answer is still wrong.
I have double checked the values they gave me, adjusted the resolution of my constants (eg. the charge and mass of the electron) and even tried changing signs. My answer makes sense to me but is...
I've attached a picture from the problem, the given equations, and my work so far.
I knew I had a problem when My units wouldn't check out. This should just be simple algebra but It's not working. Please help me to understand what I am doing wrong.
I had no idea I could do a velocity triangle. I'll try that later after I have the spare time. I did solve the problem by splitting the problem up into two stages. The first stage with a constant, positive acceleration and a second stage with a=0 and V0y = Vy from stage 1. After I get some rest...
some more thoughts....
Can I use my constant acceleration equations after the particle leaves the loop (F=0 so a=0) using my time d/V0 to calculate the vertical velocity of the particle as it leaves the E field and then calculate that as it moves over the remaining distance L over a time of, im...
Yes, then I tried using the angle of the triangle formed by the displacement where the electron emerges from the plates and the length of the plates (d) to calculate of the larger triangle of sides (delta y) and (d+L) but that aparently does not work.
I know that the electron only experiences a...
There are more parts to this problem but I can't get to those until I finish this one.
I have attached figure.1 and some my work so far, including my answer which the system rejected. (I had to copy my work from my original sheet as it contained sensitive information I didn't want to upload)...