Information Provided on Exam

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ElizabethP1L
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Information Provided on Exam

Postby ElizabethP1L » Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:42 pm

Does anyone know if we will be provided the wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum ?

kendallbottrell
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Re: Information Provided on Exam

Postby kendallbottrell » Tue Apr 24, 2018 11:00 pm

As far as I know, you will not be provided the wavelengths, so you should know the general ranges. You most likely will not need to know the specific colors of visible light, like red or green. Also, it may be helpful to know the spectrum in order of lowest to highest frequency.

Sarai Ventura 1L
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Re: Information Provided on Exam

Postby Sarai Ventura 1L » Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:54 pm

I think only constants and formulas would be given on the front page. Information like ranges of high to low frequency and wavelength would not be given but it would be helpful to know.

Jazmin 1H
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Re: Information Provided on Exam

Postby Jazmin 1H » Thu Apr 26, 2018 7:30 pm

I took the test today, and we were not provided with the wavelengths. You should have a general idea of the sizes though--for example, x-rays<UV<visible light<infrared<microwaves. The front of the test only has constants and equations, as it did for the previous test.

Shimran Kumar 1C
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Re: Information Provided on Exam

Postby Shimran Kumar 1C » Thu Apr 26, 2018 9:14 pm

Not 100% sure, but you may be given the the frequencies of blue and red light.

MORE IMPORTANTLY, if you know that the wavelength for red light is 700 nm and for violet light is 400 nm, you're set.

Erin Li 1K
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Re: Information Provided on Exam

Postby Erin Li 1K » Sat Apr 28, 2018 1:05 am

No this will not be provided

yazminedesan1F
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Re: Information Provided on Exam

Postby yazminedesan1F » Sun Apr 29, 2018 4:40 pm

its usually not provided, you should probably just know a ballpark around what each wavelength represents


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