Gauss’s Law is fantastical,But just a few examples are main.That’s because it’s only easy to compute,For spheres, cylinders, and the plane.
Above a charged plane, E is constant.What?! How could it even be?Doesn’t even matter how far away.The answer: It’s all about symmetry.
“Anything else you’d like me to know?”Was the last feedback q for students to fill.One person revealed their special power:“Through concentration, I can raise and lower my cholesterol at will.”
What’s in the mystery box?Some students were intrigued by that.For Gauss, it’s net charge, thoughSome suggested a quantum cat.
Superposition ftw, esp. when you’re far away,And things look smaller than a mouse.Next up is something more beautiful,More powerful: It’s the law of Gauss.
Some midterm feedback on the forum:“My physics mark just went to the GROUND.”I love the pun, and can offer hope:With study your mark can come round!
It’s midterm week and nerves are high,People may be ready to fight or flight.Something that I’m sorry about,Is the midterm takes place at night.
For the material in this section,Today’s goal was to make a big dent.Compared to my expectations,I got through about sixty percent.
The midterm is coming up,Extra office hours are good to hold.Found space in the lobby of a building,Found out the lobby is quite cold.
Voltage is a sinusoid,Current leads, lags, is in phase.It takes careful concentration,To work your brain around this maze.