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• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

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Solution Pledged Problems #9 1. (a) If the switch has been closed for a long time, then the current has settled down to a constant value and the inductor plays no role in the circuit. The relevant circuit is shown in the figure to the right, and the

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
PHYS102 - Gausss Law. Dr. Suess January 31, 2007 PRS Questions 2 Question #1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Answer to Ques

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
ProblemSet#10Chapter2868,75,80,Chapter2912,21,22,23 68. The drift speed is v = V/wB. Using the same current means that the current densities and thus the drift speeds are the same. When we form the ratio of the two readings, we have B2/B1 = V2/V1; B2

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Monday Aug 23 FBD + LS Lecture: Opening Aug 30 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Begin: SP1 Tuesday Wednesday Aug 24 Aug 25 FBD Lecture: Vectors Begin: Survey1 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Thursday Friday Aug 26 Aug 27 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinemat

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Kirchhoffs Rules There are ways in which resistors can be connected so that the circuits formed cannot be reduced to a single equivalent resistor Two rules, called Kirchhoffs rules, can be used instead Statement of Kirchhoffs Rules Junction Rule The

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 102- Pledged Problem 8 Solutions I. Two circular coils that are separated by a distance equal to their radii and that carry equal curents such that their axial magnetic fields add are called Helmholtz coils. A useful feature of Helmholtz coil

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 102 Spring 2007: Suggested Problems # 1 1. Problem 21-63. (+10 pts) i. +3 pts - correct free body diagram. (+1 pt for each force) ii. +4 pts - correct force equation from Newton\'s 2nd law. The student does not have to have the same set up,

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 102 Spring 2007: Suggested Problems # 3 1. Problem 23-28. (+10 pts) i. +6 pts - correct electric field (magnitude) for R1 < r < R2 . a. +2 pts - electric flux (E = b. +4 pts - electric flux ( S l 0 ). E dA = E 2 r l) ii. +2 pts - correc

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 101 Fall 2006: Suggested Problems # 4 1. Problem 24-52. (+10 pts) Statement of problem: Charges are distributed with uniform charge density along a semicircle of radius R, centered at the origin of a coordinate system. What is the potential

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 102 Spring 2007: Suggested Problems # 5 1. Problem 25-54. (+10 pts) i. +2 pts - Correct expression for the electric field within the dielectric, E1 , in terms of the electric field in free-space, E0 . E1 = E0 ii. +6 pts - Correct setup

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 102 Spring 2007: Suggested Problems # 6 1. Problem 27-64. (+5 pts) a. +3 pts - Correct value for the current after applying Kirchhoff\'s rules for circuits. I = 0.3A. b. +1 pt - Correct power through the battery. PV = V I = 1.8W. c. +1 pt

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 102 Spring 2007: Suggested Problems # 7 1. Problem 28-35. (+10 pts) i. +3 pts - Correct value for the speed of the particle from kinetic energy. v= 2K m ii. +6 pts - Correct application of Newton\'s 2nd law to find B. mv qr m qR 2 Kmax =

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 102 Spring 2007: Suggested Problems # 8 1. Problem 29-49. (+10 pts) I. +3 pts - correct expression for the magnetic field generated by one semicircle at the center of the semicircle (P ). 1 2 0 I 2R 1 due to semicircle) 2 B(P ) = (factor o

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Physics 102 Spring 2007: Suggested Problems # 9 1. Problem 30-24. (+6 pts) I. +2 pts - correct expression for the potential difference between the rim and the center of the disc. V = - II. +3 pts - correct electric field E dl i. +2 pts - for for

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Problem Set #1 Chapter 21 10, 22, 24, 43, 47, 63; Chapter 22 7, 10, 36 Chapter 21 Problems 10. (a) F mg T T F mg (b) Before the charge is added, the cork balls are hanging vertically, so the tension is T1 = mg = (0.2x103

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Problem Set #13 Solutions - Chapter 33 - 9, 42, 44, 54, 80, 84 If we call the secondary windings N2 and N3 , we have 2/1 = N2/N1 and 9. 3/1 = N3/N1 , which combines to 3/2 = N3/N2; (11 V)/(220 V) = N3/(1000 turns), which gives N3 = 50 turns. 42.

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Problem Set #2 Chapter 22 43, 45, 51, 55, 56, 57, 63 43. The mathematics used to find the electric field at a distance D from the wire is similar to that used to solve Problem 36, from Problem Set #1, with the limits of integration now going from

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Last Name: First Name: Physics 102 Spring 2006: Final Exam -Multiple-Choice Questions For questions 1 and 2, refer to the graph below, depicting the potential on the x-axis as a function of x Vx 60 40 20 x 3 2 1 20 40 60 1. Which of the charge con

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Tuesday Felicia Tam 7-9 PM Anderson Kristin M. Bock Scott W. Carmona Ronald W. Castro Natalia M. Chang Joseph Ekinci Ekim Goldberg Leslie A. Harrison Lauren E. Hayes Nicole I. Jeffcoat Meaghan D. Kim Samuel A. Kim Tiffany Liu Zhenhao McBeath Sean G.

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
PHYS102 DC-Circuits with Inductors Dr. Suess April 11, 2007 Induction - Circuits LR - Circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Last Name: First Name: Physics 102 Spring 2006: Exam #1 -Multiple-Choice Questions 1. Consider two isolated spherical conductors each having net charge Q. The spheres have radii a and b, where b > a. Which sphere has the higher potential? (Take the

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Last Name: First Name: Physics 102 Spring 2006: Exam #1 -Multiple-Choice Questions 1. Consider two isolated spherical conductors each having net charge Q. The spheres have radii a and b, where b > a. Which sphere has the higher potential? (Take the

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Last Name: First Name: Physics 102 Spring 2006: Exam #2 -Multiple-Choice Questions 1. A charged particle, q, is moving with speed v perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field. A second identical charged particle is moving with speed 2 v perpendicula

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Last Name: First Name: Physics 102 Spring 2006: Exam #2 -Multiple-Choice Questions 1. A charged particle, q, is moving with speed v perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field. A second identical charged particle is moving with speed 2 v perpendicula

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Welcome to PHYS101, Fall 2006 Lectures: Dr. Barry Dunning, fbd@rice.edu Dr. Leonard Suess, lsuess@rice.edu 1

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Welcome to Phys101, Fall 2005 Instructors: Lecturers Dr. F. Barry Dunning, Mornings: Physics Dept. Office, Herzstein Hall (Physics) 105; Afternoons: 214 Space Science, ext. 3544, fbd@rice.edu Dr. Leonard Suess, Herzstein Hall 112, ext. 2219, lsuess@r

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Welcome to Phys101, Fall 2005 Instructors: Lecturers Dr. F. Barry Dunning, Mornings: Physics Dept. Office, Herzstein Hall (Physics) 105; Afternoons: 214 Space Science, ext. 3544, fbd@rice.edu Dr. Leonard Suess, Herzstein Hall 112, ext. 2219, lsuess@r

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Welcome to Phys102, Spring 2006 Instructors: Dr. Marjorie D. Corcoran, Herman Brown Hall 230C, ext. 6078, corcoran@physics.rice.edu Dr. Leonard Suess, Herzstein Hall 112, ext. 2219, lsuess@rice.edu Dr. Stanley A. Dodds (Laboratories), Herzstein Hall

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Welcome to Phys102, Spring 2007 Instructors: Dr. Marjorie D. Corcoran, Herman Brown Hall 230C, ext. 6078, corcoran@physics.rice.edu Dr. Leonard Suess, Herzstein Hall 112, ext. 2219, lsuess@rice.edu Dr. Stanley A. Dodds (Laboratories), Herzstein Hall

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Monday Aug 23 FBD + LS Lecture: Opening Aug 30 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Begin: SP1 Tuesday Wednesday Aug 24 Aug 25 FBD Lecture: Vectors Begin: Survey1 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Thursday Friday Aug 26 Aug 27 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinemat

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Spring 2004 Schedule for Phys102 Key: PP-pledged problem, SP-suggested problem, Q-online WebCT quiz. Read the chapters at least twice! Once before we start a topic, and once after. Monday 12 First day of class Begin Ch. 23 19 MLK, Jr. Day Recess Tues

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Spring 2004 Schedule for Phys102 Key: PP-pledged problem, SP-suggested problem, Q-online WebCT quiz. Read the chapters at least twice! Once before we start a topic, and once after. Monday 12 First day of class Begin Ch. 23 19 MLK, Jr. Day Recess Tues

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Monday Aug 23 FBD + LS Lecture: Opening Aug 30 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Begin: SP1 Tuesday Wednesday Aug 24 Aug 25 FBD Lecture: Vectors Begin: Survey1 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Thursday Friday Aug 26 Aug 27 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinemat

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Monday Aug 23 FBD + LS Lecture: Opening Aug 30 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Begin: SP1 Tuesday Wednesday Aug 24 Aug 25 FBD Lecture: Vectors Begin: Survey1 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Thursday Friday Aug 26 Aug 27 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinemat

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Monday Aug 23 FBD + LS Lecture: Opening Aug 30 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Begin: SP1 Tuesday Wednesday Aug 24 Aug 25 FBD Lecture: Vectors Begin: Survey1 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Thursday Friday Aug 26 Aug 27 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinemat

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Monday Aug 23 FBD + LS Lecture: Opening Aug 30 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Begin: SP1 Tuesday Wednesday Aug 24 Aug 25 FBD Lecture: Vectors Begin: Survey1 Sep 1 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinematics Thursday Friday Aug 26 Aug 27 FBD Lecture: 1-D Kinemat

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Spring 2005 Schedule for Phys102 Key: PP-pledged problem, SP-suggested problem, Q-online WebCT quiz. Read the chapters at least twice! Once before we start a topic, and once after. Monday 10 Tuesday 11 Wednesday 12 First day of class begins Ch. 21 19

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Phys 101 Tutorial Session Preference Form Fall 2005 Note: There will be weekly help sessions at times to be determined shortly. Students will work together in cooperative groups on the suggested problems under the guidance of an instructor. These ses

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Phys102 Tutorial Session Preference Form Spring 2007 Note: There will be weekly help sessions at times to be determined shortly. Students will work together in cooperative groups on the suggested problems under the guidance of an instructor. These se

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
RICE UNIVERSITY Laboratory Manual Spring 2008 PHYSICS 102 Contents I. Schedule of Experiments - Spring 2008 .2 II. General Information ..3 Experiment 1 Electrostatic Phenomena .5 Experiment 2 Electric Field Mapping..9 Experiment 3 Resistivity and

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
EXAM #1 Grade Distribution 25 Total N = 174 AVERAGE = 69.8 20 NUMBER 15 10 5 0 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 GRADE

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Last Name: First Name: Physics 102 Spring 2006: Exam #2 Multiple-Choice Questions 1. A charged particle, q, is moving with speed v perpendicular to a uniform magnetic eld. A second identical charged particle is moving with speed 2 v perpendicular t

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Last Name: First Name: Physics 102 Spring 2006: Exam #2 -Multiple-Choice Questions 1. A charged particle, q, is moving with speed v perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field. A second identical charged particle is moving with speed 2 v perpendicula

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
EXAM #2 Grade Distribution 30 Total N = 172 AVERAGE = 69.0 25 20 NUMBER 15 10 5 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 GRADE

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
FINAL EXAM Grade Distribution 25 Total N = 172 AVERAGE = 62.9 % 20 NUMBER 15 10 5 0 10 30 50 70 90 110 130 150 170 GRADE

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Solution Pledged Problems #9 1. (a) If the switch has been closed for a long time, then the current has settled down to a constant value and the inductor plays no role in the circuit. The relevant circuit is shown in the figure to the right, and the

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Chapter 30: Faraday\'s Law 7. We take t = 0 when the leading edge of the loop enters the magnetic field. The position of this edge is given by x = L + vt. The leading edge will reach the z-axis at t1 = L/v and the other side at t2 = 2L/v. The traili

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Last Name: Key First Name: Key Physics 102 Spring 2004: Final ExamMultiple-Choice Answers 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 1 May, 2004 For each question, mark a single X in the box corresponding to the correct answer. AB 1X 2X 3 4 5 X 6 7 X 8 X 9 X 10 X 11 X 1

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
AC Circuits 0.1 Series RLC Circuit Series RLC Circuit - Phasors Lets analyze the following circuit. R VP sin(t) slide 1 C L Calculate the peak current through the circuit We need to keep track of the phase differences PHASORS! PHYS102 AC Circu

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
A magnetic field with uniform direction but non-uniform magnitude is directed down the page, as indicated in the figure. If we calculate the line integral of the magnetic field clockwise around the amperian loop shown, what will be the sign of the re

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE The ConceptTest in this file can be used: as overhead transparencies. as a source of material that can be modified to suit your own needs. To locate and print a specific ConceptTest: Use the bookmarks at left Click the tr

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GoBack Continuous Charged Objects Potentials from Charged Objects Potential Dierence and the Electric Field s If the electric eld is not known (or you are not sure how to nd the electric eld) for a continuous charged object, then we apply the supe

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Four particles with the same charge and initial speed are incident on the same region of constant magnetic field, as depicted below. Rank the magnitude of the force due to the magnetic field on the particles from greatest to least. B(out of page) v1

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Inthedemonstrationcapacitor,theamountofchargeQisfixed.Ifapieceof Plexiglas(agoodinsulator)isinsertedbetweentheplates,whathappenstothe potentialdifferencebetweentheplates? 1).Themeasuredvoltageincreases. 2).Themeasuredvoltagestaysthesame. 3).Themeas

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
ConcepTest PowerPoints Chapter 22 Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 3rd edition Fishbane Gasiorowicz Thornton 2005 Pearson Prentice Hall This work is protected by United States copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors i

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 - Gausss Law. Dr. Suess February 2, 2007 PHYS102 Gausss Law - Conductors slide 1 Question #1 PRS Questions Question #1 Answer to Question #1 Question #2 Answer to Question #2 Consider the Gaussian surface of a cube which en

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
PHYS102 - Gausss Law. Dr. Suess February 2, 2007 PRS Questions Question #1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Answer to Question

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 - Potential Energy and Electric Potential. Dr. Suess February 5, 2007 PHYS102 Potential Energy slide 1 Question #1 PRS Questions Question #1 Answer to question #1 Question #2 Answer to question #2 Question #3 Answer to ques

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack Continuous Charged Objects Potentials from Charged Objects Potential Dierence and the Electric Field s If the electric eld is not known (or you are not sure how to nd the electric eld) for a continuous charged object, then we apply the supe

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Potentials from Charged Objects Continuous Charged Objects s slide 1 If the electric eld is not known (or you are not sure how to nd the electric eld) for a continuous charged object, then we apply the superposition principle for all the charges ma

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 - Electric Energy Capacitors Dr. Suess February 14, 2007 Placing Charges on Conductors Capacitors s It takes work to place a total charge Q on an isolated conductor. PHYS102 - Electric Energy slide 2 Placing Charges on Con

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 - Capacitors Dr. Suess February 16, 2007 Capacitors Capacitors Energy Symbols Circuits s When using a pair of conductors to store energy, we term the pair of conductors a capacitor. y x Q E 0 d PHYS102 Capacitors slide 2 Cap

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
PHYS102 - Capacitors Dr. Suess February 16, 2007 Capacitors Capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . Capacitors II. . . . . . . . . . Capacitors II. . . . . . . . . . Calculating Capacitance . . Calculating Capacitance II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Kirchhoffs Rules Illustrated Kirchoffs Rules Determine the magnitude and direction of current through the various resistors. R1 1 R4 R3 2 R5 R6 R2 3 Kirchoffs Rules Assume a direction to traverse the loop. R1 1 R4 R3 2 R5 R6 R2 3 Kirchoffs Rules I

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 Eects of Magnetic Fields Dr. Suess March 12, 2007 Magnetic Fields Magnetic Fields Magnetic Force s All of us have interacted with magnets. PHYS102 Magnetic Fields - Eects slide 2 Magnetic Fields Magnetic Fields Magnetic Force

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
PHYS102 Eects of Magnetic Fields Dr. Suess March 12, 2007 Magnetic Fields Magnetic Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Behavior of Poles . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Motion of Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields Circulating Charges (Charge +q in a uniform magnetic field) mv r= qB Since the particle is tracing out a circle of radius of r, we could calculate the time it takes to the particle to undergo one full r

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
Motion of Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields Circulating Charges (Charge +q in a uniform magnetic field) mv r= qB Since the particle is tracing out a circle of radius of r, we could calculate the time it takes to the particle to undergo one full

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
3/13/2007 Motion of Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields Circulating Charges (Charge +q in a uniform magnetic field) r= mv qB Since the particle is tracing out a circle of radius of r, we could calculate the time it takes to the particle to under

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 - Introduction and Charge Dr. Corcoran Dr. Suess January 8, 2007 P HYS 102 Introduction and Charge slide 1 Introduction Introduction First Question History Welcome to PHYS102. Lab preference sheets need to be submitted to Dr.

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
PHYS102 - Introduction and Charge Dr. Corcoran Dr. Suess January 8, 2007 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 First Question

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 DC-Circuits with Inductors Dr. Suess April 11, 2007 PHYS102 Circuits with Inductors slide 1 LR - Circuits Induction - Circuits LR - Circuits LR - Circuit Conceptually LR - Circuit Conceptually Analysis We already analyzed th

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 - Charge and Force Dr. Suess January 10, 2007 P HYS 102 Introduction and Charge slide 1 Electrostatics Electrostatics Electrostatic Forces Electrostatic Forces II Coulombs Law Coulombs Law II Forces Electrostatics P HYS 10

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PHYS102 - Charge and Force Dr. Suess January 10, 2007 Electrostatics Electrostatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electrostatic Forces . . .

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
GoBack PHYS102 DC-Circuits with Inductors Dr. Suess April 13, 2007 PHYS102 Circuits with Inductors slide 1 LR Circuit - Equation for Current a LR Circuit - Equation for Current R V b + - Inductive Time Constant Current Behavior Graphing Gr

• Acton School of Business PHYS 102
PHYS102 DC-Circuits with Inductors Dr. Suess April 13, 2007 LR Circuit - Equation for Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inductive Time Constant .

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GoBack PHYS102 Inductance and Circuits Dr. Suess April 9, 2007 PHYS102 Inductance slide 1 Mutual Inductance Mutual Inductance Mutual Inductance Flux-Current Connection I hope we are all comfortable nding the magnetic ux through various clos