# 代写Network | network – The final

### The final

Dear Class

The final exam will consist of 8 problems. These are divided as:

• Two from M1 material
• Two from M2 material
• Four from after M

I will be re-using many of the problems from the M1 and M2 exams exactly. This is the same as I did for the PHY131 final and I think it worked well. Here is the intention for the pools:

• Pool # o 10 Problems o Previously from E-force and E-field pools on M
• Pool # o 11 Problems o Previously from Gauss Insulator and Gauss Conductor on M
• Pool # o 10 problems. o Previously from the Potential/Capacitors and Magnetic Force pools on M
• Pool # o 9 Problems o Previously from the Networks and Kirchhoff pools on M
• Pool # o 5 Problems o Faraday & Transient Circuits Faraday changing area Faraday changing field Faraday changing direction (aka generators) RC transient RL transient
• Pool # o 3 problems o All AC Circuit Theory o RL, RC, RLC
• Pool # o 5 Problems o Physical Optics energy density(u)/Intensity/Pressure Polarization Thin Films Single slit (NOT FOURIER…just regular…like the problem solving videos) Double slit (NOT FOURIER…just regular…like the problem solving videos)
• Pool #
``````o 4 problems
o Geometrical Optics
Snell
Snell
two-lenses
two-lenses
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Here is a little insight into my reasoning:

• Dropping the integral pool from M1 (been there, done that)
• Dropping the Ampere pool from M2 (just not a great enough variety of good Ampere problems)
• Combining the pools o The Network/Kirchhoff combination is not weird (they are closely related). o Potential with magnetic force is weird (they are not closely related). o The reasoning is driven by time: The network and Kirchhoff problems both take a long time. The potential and magnet force problems are quicker. This division means that all students have equal time requirements.
• Everything else represents my take on the most natural division of the post-midterm 2 material.

Prof H