Test 3 will cover the material presented in modules 8-10.

You must be able to:

- Correctly analyze situations in which an emf is induced by a changing magnetic flux.
- Calculate the magnitude and determine the direction of the emf induced in simple circuits.
- Explain the concept of self inductance.
- Explain how devices such as electric generators, transformers, maglev trains, magnetic brakes, etc, work, based on Faraday's law.
- Describe the radiation pattern produced by an oscillating charge.
- Distinguish between unpolarized and polarized light.
- Calculate diffraction snd interference patterns produced by a single slit, two slits, and a diffraction grating.
- Work problems involving interference from thin films.
- Calculate the maximum resolution of optical instruments.
- Work problems involving the laws of reflection and refraction.
- Use the mirror equation to predict the position and magnification of real and virtual images formed by flat, concave, and convex mirrors.
- Draw ray diagrams.
- Use the lens equation to predict the position and magnification of real and virtual images formed by thin concave and convex lenses.

Prepare for the test by reviewing assignments 17 - 24.

Please take the practice tests on Canvas. You can take these tests as often as you want. No score is kept. Each problem contains hints for incorrect answers.

During the test you can use a calculator, the formula sheet, scratch paper and copies of the fundamental constants and conversions provided on Canvas under course materials.