Do you have the doppler shift equation?on your equations sheets, which equations are you including? i already have my basics, and i wondered if i should also include thick lense equations to complement the lense makers equation
Do you have the doppler shift equation?on your equations sheets, which equations are you including? i already have my basics, and i wondered if i should also include thick lense equations to complement the lense makers equation
YepDo you have the doppler shift equation?on your equations sheets, which equations are you including? i already have my basics, and i wondered if i should also include thick lense equations to complement the lense makers equation
I added the focal length equations for microscope, telescope, etc. I also just added the inverse sqaure law.Do you have the doppler shift equation?on your equations sheets, which equations are you including? i already have my basics, and i wondered if i should also include thick lense equations to complement the lense makers equation
I think the only constants are Planck's constant and the speed of light. Don't know of any others, or I can't think of them right now...I added the focal length equations for microscope, telescope, etc. I also just added the inverse sqaure law.Do you have the doppler shift equation?on your equations sheets, which equations are you including? i already have my basics, and i wondered if i should also include thick lense equations to complement the lense makers equation
Besides those, I just have the basic equations you learn in a high school physics class.
Anything else I should include?
What constants are there?
Units of measurement (lumens, watts, etc) are one of the possible topics for C division this year, so I would include some conversions.I think the only constants are Planck's constant and the speed of light. Don't know of any others, or I can't think of them right now...
You definitely DO NOT need to know how to do that math you posted, especially in B division. I could explain what each of those equations might be used for, if you'd like, but I can almost guarantee that no math beyond basic trigonometry and algebra is needed for this event.You should probably start making your own templates...on the previous page, there were lists of programs different people used, like GSP, Asymptote, etc., etc. Just do the laser shoot as accurately as possible. Protractors help.
You’re not going to be at the Auburn Regionals, are you?
Seriously, can anyone help with the math?
Dr. Chalker, in the case that the laser beam gets split, what is the policy on which beam will be taken? I heard it was the brightest beam last year, but one competition I attended counted it as a miss because only one beam hit next to the target. can this question be resolved as soon as possible before regionals? Thanks
Which doppler shift equation did you include?YepDo you have the doppler shift equation?on your equations sheets, which equations are you including? i already have my basics, and i wondered if i should also include thick lense equations to complement the lense makers equation
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