Lec 34 | MIT 8.02 Electricity and Magnetism, Spring 2002

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Gratings Resolving Power Single-Slit Diffraction Angular Resolution Human Eye Telescopes View the complete course: ocw.mit.edu License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at ocw.mit.edu More courses at ocw.mit.edu

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17 thoughts on “Lec 34 | MIT 8.02 Electricity and Magnetism, Spring 2002

  1. hai2410

    oh get over yourselves. ‘in my school….’. No one cares. If you’re not here to learn then why are you watching?

  2. crazyidiot101

    @johma513 of course the material is the same. its the speed at which kids comprehend the material is what sets their prestige at level 10 (inside MW2 joke)

  3. johma513

    Its really weird that MIT has a tremendous amount of prestige. I go 2 madison and this is all the same stuff. Im really wondering why there is so much bias for some engineering firms to only hire from certain schools.

  4. brianmenendez

    in florida, this is taught in elementary school when i was only 3 years old, haha

  5. myclicks

    In the USA this is also taught in highschool AP Physics classes. AP classes are like HK’s A-Level classes.
    AP students are as good, if not better, as any A-Level students.

  6. pmli1501

    in Hong Kong, these Phy. things,waves: diffracting grating,acoustic,stationary wave,etc. are taughted in secondary school besides mechanics,E&M,matter., not in university

  7. kristiankroflin

    Universe´s “breathing” right now (implodes a little bit, explodes a little bit, then implodes again a little bit and so on). Like a human: it´s first like a child, then develops to a certain degree, grows old and dissociates again. The elements (which can also alter) are reused again.

  8. kristiankroflin

    First we have to concentrate on the earth to produce food and products to be able to make assumptions about the outside of the world. It´s egocentric to pretend that this situation´s globally already a status quo – and it tells how blind Mr. Lewin is about the situation on earth – or he just bluffs it, because he profits from his pretending.

  9. kristiankroflin

    1pc = 30,856 ? 1E+15 m. The reason why they use nonSI-units is that they want to make the topic seem more mystical and therefore more valuable than it is.

  10. XsweetcherrylipsX

    soo this physics in for collage , right ? lol am in high school , i dont get the Vector resolution !!! i’ve got a quiz tomorrow ! and i dont get this lesson O.O i dunno what to dooo HELP !!! btw this guy is a genius ! WOOOW go physics dude go ;) !! i wish i was as smart as he is

  11. beccici

    nice idea uploading lectures :D but i got lost and got confused at 00:13 :P

  12. necusrocus

    Information is power and I can’t believe that I can sit in my basement and watch a lecture from MIT. I will be studying hard. Optics is one of my favorite studies in physics. Very nice. Thank you MIT open courseware. This is what the world needs more of.

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