# 23.3 Maple TA

## 23.3 Maple TA

QUESTION 1

Add the KEGIVEN TO THE REST ENEGRY GIVEN. answer is negative

QUESTION 2

Answer= [1/(sqrt(1-(number given^2)))] -1

ANSWER IS NEG

QUESTION 3

#GIVEN * 1.66E-27* 9E16=ANSWER

ANSWER IS NEGATIVE

QUESTION 4

Wavelength given *[SQRT[(1+(%GIVEN /100)) / (1-(% GIVEN/100))]]=answer

Answer is neg

Add the KEGIVEN TO THE REST ENEGRY GIVEN. answer is negative

QUESTION 2

Answer= [1/(sqrt(1-(number given^2)))] -1

ANSWER IS NEG

QUESTION 3

#GIVEN * 1.66E-27* 9E16=ANSWER

ANSWER IS NEGATIVE

QUESTION 4

Wavelength given *[SQRT[(1+(%GIVEN /100)) / (1-(% GIVEN/100))]]=answer

Answer is neg

**PHYZ**- Guest

## Question #2

PHYZ...for some reason number two is not working for me..this is what i did...(1/(sqrt(1-(0.1234^2)))^-1= -0.9924...and its not working ..pls help???

**Guest001**- Guest

## Re: 23.3 Maple TA

It's not to the negative power, its the fraction and then

So you should get 1/sqrt(.98477) = 1.0077 -1 =

**minus**1.So you should get 1/sqrt(.98477) = 1.0077 -1 =

**.0077**is your answer. and then negative of course**Kathleen**- Posts : 42

Join date : 2008-12-18

## Re: 23.3 Maple TA

I'm not able to get an answer for #4-- and I agree with your equation (according to the slides...) Is anyone else having this problem?

Thanks,

Thanks,

**S**- Guest

## Re: 23.3 Maple TA

S wrote:I'm not able to get an answer for #4-- and I agree with your equation (according to the slides...) Is anyone else having this problem?

Thanks,

The provided equation is correct.

Are you:

1. Making sure to convert the percentage into decimal form? (i.e. 9.57% = .0957)

2. Watching your signs? (the fraction under the square root has 1+ as the numerator, and 1- as the denominator)

**DJ**- Posts : 28

Join date : 2009-03-17

## Re: 23.3 Maple TA

Thanks so much! Actually I made the stupid mistake of not converting my percents properly...

**S**- Guest

## Re: 23.3 Maple TA

4) A galaxy receding from us with 11.484 % of the speed of light emits light at a wavelength of 525.9 nm. What is the wavelength we mesure in nm (sheet 35) ? Indicate with a negative (positive) sign whether the result changes (is the same) for the galaxy approaching us.

(525.9 E-9)* sqrt[ (1 + (11.484 / 100) / (1- (11.484/ 100)) =

525E-9 * sqrt (1.11484/ 0.88516) =

525E-9 * 1.122265= 5.8919E-7

I keep getting this answer and i think its right but it keeps coming out wrong. Can anyone help me with this one? I will greatly appreciate it!!!

(525.9 E-9)* sqrt[ (1 + (11.484 / 100) / (1- (11.484/ 100)) =

525E-9 * sqrt (1.11484/ 0.88516) =

525E-9 * 1.122265= 5.8919E-7

I keep getting this answer and i think its right but it keeps coming out wrong. Can anyone help me with this one? I will greatly appreciate it!!!

**Money23**- Guest

## Re: 23.3 Maple TA

money,

don't convert wavelength into SI, leave in nm. You're answer: -590.199

4) A galaxy receding from us with 11.484 % of the speed of light emits light at a wavelength of 525.9 nm. What is the wavelength we mesure in nm (sheet 35) ? Indicate with a negative (positive) sign whether the result changes (is the same) for the galaxy approaching us.

(525.9 E-9)* sqrt[ (1 + (11.484 / 100) / (1- (11.484/ 100)) =

525E-9 * sqrt (1.11484/ 0.88516) =

525E-9 * 1.122265= 5.8919E-7

I keep getting this answer and i think its right but it keeps coming out wrong. Can anyone help me with this one? I will greatly appreciate it!!!

don't convert wavelength into SI, leave in nm. You're answer: -590.199

**hax0r**- Guest

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