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Review Guide and Problems for Introductory Physics II

by
Robert G. Brown
Duke University Physics Department
Durham, NC 27708-0305
Copyright Robert G. Brown, 2014


Abstract

Review Guide and Problems for Introductory Physics II is a collection of problems that have been given as quiz questions, hour exam question, final exam questions, or homework in various physics classes of years past.

The content that they cover corresponds to that covered in Introductory Physics II, an online textbook also found on this website. It is basically introductory Electricity and Magnetism, plus introductory Optics (as a natural extension of Electricity and Magnetism, given that light is an electromagnetic wave).

At Duke the course numbers they embrace include 42, 54 and 64. At other schools the numbering will be different and the usefulness of the problems will need to be determined by looking them (and the associated textbook) over.

These problems are made openly and freely available to all students or instructors of physics at Duke or elsewhere subject to the conditions in the Open Publication License contained in the document itself. Basically this prohibits reselling any portion of the document for a profit (without arranging to give me some) and has a suggestion for how truly ethical students or instructors can make a small contribution to my physical well-being if the spirit so moves them.



Contents

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Introductory Physics I Review Problems for Intro Physics I Introductory Physics II Equations du Jour (Old Intro Physics II) Review Problems for Intro Physics II Introductory Physics III Mathematics for Introductory Physics Classical Electrodynamics
Physics 319 Physics 231: Mathematical Methods for Physics Videos of Physics 53 Lectures Contact About

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