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Course: PHY 138, Fall 2009
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Quarter PHY138 Test Solutions February 10, 2004 Multiple Choice Questions 1. What is the relationship between the electric field vector at a point and the electric field line going through that point? (A) They are perpendicular to each other. (B) The electric field vector makes an angle of /3 radians with the field line. (C) The electric field vector makes an angle of /2 radians with the field line. (D) The...

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