Solutions to final exam here.

Final Exam Practice Test is here.

Solutions to final homework set (Quantum Homework II below) are here.

Quantum Homework II:

Chapter 40 (page 1217) #55

Chapter 41 (page 1246) #25, 31, 35, 46

Chapter 42 (page 1287) #8, 13, 15

Quantum Mechanics Lecture II Notes here

Quantum Homework I: Chapter 40 Page 1213: 3, 7, 15, 17, 23, 36, 39

SOLUTIONSRelativity Homwork: Read Chapter 39 and do problems: 15, 19, 29, 35, 37, 59, 62

**Practice midterm:**With no solutions is: online here. With solutions: here.**Important notice:**April 23 Class will be Review for Mid-Term. We will delay relativity until next week.**Relativity will not be on the midterm.**Next week we will spend our first hour taking the test and our second and third hour introducing relativity.Chapter 37/38 HMWK solutions online now.

Chapter 36 HMWK solutions online now

Chapter 34 HMWK solutions online now.

Homework Due April 23, 2013:

Please complete the following problems in Chapter 37:

19, 57 a (HINT: Find the path difference and add one half wave length due to reflection)

Please complete the following problems in Chapter 38:

3 (same diffraction equation as light), 21, 23, 53, 29Homework Due April 16, 2013:

Chapter 36: 7, 11, 29 (Hint: trace the rays from a point on the bottom of the pool, and draw the virtual rays as an observer above the water would see them converging from), 41 (Hint: Recall the difference between virtual and real images and what side of the lens they will appear on), 47 (Hint: take the derivative of the lens equation)Homework Due April 9, 2013:

Chapter 34 Problems 5, 7, 8, 13, 17, 19, 25, 26, 40, 47

Note: This isn't as much work as it seems, some of these require a very short calculation.Lecture Notes for April 2, 2013 (Chapters 15/16/34) are online.

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