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UMBC | PHYS 122
INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS I
Professors
• Anderson,
• Cui,
• Anderson, E,
• Lili Cui

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- MAGNETS AND MAGNETIC FIELDS Name SOLO~OS EM HW-103 1. Answer the questions below on the basis of your experience with charges and magnets. a. Based on your experience with e lectncfield lines: how should the d irection of the magnetic field at every poi

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Physics 122 2/17/06 Name_Section_ Exam 1 1. You have 300 g of coffee at 100 C in a Styrofoam cup. How much ice at 0 C would you have to add to bring the temperature of the coffee to 0 C, with no ice left over? Ignore heat transfer to the cup and to

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Physics 122 10/21/05 Exam 2 Name_ Section_ 1. Two charges q1 (=+4/9 nC) and q2 (=-4/3 nC) are located at opposite corners of a rectangle as shown. (I\'ve added a coordinate system.) y 2.0 m P 1.0 m q2 x q1 a. On the diagram, draw and label a vector

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Physics 122 3/17/06 Name_Section_ 1. Two charges +q and -q are located along the y-axis at y = +a and y = a, respectively, as shown. y +q Exam 2 (0, +a) (+ 3 a, 0) x ! (0, -a) -q r a. On the diagram, draw and label a vector E + that represents t

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Physics 122 11/22/06 Name_Section_ 1. Two long straight parallel wires are located as shown in the diagram. Wire 1 carries a current of 3I out of the page, while wire 2 carries a current of I into the page. +y Wire 1 (0, +a) Exam 3 r a. Draw and la

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Physics 122 9/23/05 Exam I Name_ Section_ 1. To cool your 500 ml (500 g) soda that\'s at 20 C, you add 100 g of ice at 0 C. (Ignore heat transfer to the container or to the environment. For both soda and water, use a specific heat of 4.0103 J/kgK. The

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Okanagan College Phys 122 Introductory Physics II Winter 2009 Section 61 - Salmon Arm Time/Location: MW 10:30-11:50 in SA131 F 11:30-12:20 in SA131 M 1:30-4:20 in SA209 (Lab) Text: * College Physics (8th Ed.), by Raymond A. Serway, Chris Vuille, Jer

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Phys 122 - Winter 2009 Wk 1 Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Date 5-Jan 7-Jan 9-Jan 12-Jan 14-Jan 16-Jan 19-Jan 21-Jan 23-Jan 26-Jan 28-Jan 30-Jan 2-Feb 4-Feb 6-Feb 9-Feb

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PHYS 122 Homework Assignment Sets 1-6 Electrostatics, Current Laszlo Takacs Summer II, 2008 Do NOT submit homework solutions. The \"homework\" part of the grade will be determined based on short quizzes given during every lecture. Each will consist o

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Phys 122 - Winter 2009 Assignments: A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 ID 48 48 28 52 60 60 44 20 72 40 36 20 300110517 45 43 22 41 54 54 38 17 64 35 20 20 300144235 37 37 24 45 37 0 25 14 57 29 20 20 300149549 42 35 22 0 0 0 28 16 45 17 0 0 Ave

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If you missed the first test of PHYS 122, Summer II due to a documented reason, the make-up is on Thursday, July 24, 2-3 pm. Send me an e-mail or call if you have to take the make-up test and come to my office Th afternoon. L.T.

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PHYS 122 Summer 2008 Important equations for the first test 1 q1q2 F12 = r 4pe0 r 2 E= 1 q r 4pe0 r 2 r F E= q r =p E = r E dA 1 q1q2 4pe0 r r r U =- p E r Q E dA = encl e0 V= DU ab =q 1 Ci U q b a U= V= r r E dl 1 q 4pe0 r V - V -

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PHYS 122 Homework Assignment Sets 7-12 Magnetism, Induction Laszlo Takacs Summer II, 2008 Do NOT submit homework solutions. The \"homework\" part of the grade will be determined based on short quizzes given during every lecture. Work out the numerica

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PHYS 122 Homework Assignment Sets 13-17 AC Circuits, Themal Physics Laszlo Takacs Summer II, 2008 Set #13 for Quiz on 8.6.: 13.1. The time dependence of the current and the potential on a circuit element are I = I p sin(120p s- 1 t + p /6) and V =

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PHYS 122 Summer 2008 Important equations for the second test Q t Ri L A Q V I= V = IR 1 = Req r B) 1 Ri R=r P = VI C= Req = Ii = 0 r B r = IA Vi = 0 r r F = q( E + v = B r r r r dF = Idl r r U =-m B r r r r v r r m0 Idl r B = B

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PHYS 122 Summer 2008 Important equations for the third test Irms = I 2 VR = IR VL = IXL = I L P = VrmsIrms cosf VC = IXC = I/ C V2/V1 = N2/N1 Z = R 2 + (X L - X C ) 2 R L = L0T V = V0T Q = mL H = Ae T4 Q = cmT = CnT H = dQ/dt = kA/L (TH

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