# z31 - Physics 124 Spring 2012 Document#09 Homework#05 page...

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Physics 124 Spring 2012 – Document #09: Homework #05 page 2 of 17 – Read Carefully Sections 28.3 and 28.4 . You need to learn “KVL” and “KCL”. These are two “general rules” that we can use to tackle even complicated circuits. I just wish the textbook would use the term “voltage” instead of “EMF”. Together with specific rules for voltage sources, resistors, and capacitors, KVL and KCL allow you to deter- mine the voltage and current in almost any “steady state” circuit diagram. – Review Section 28.5 . Power is current times voltage for any component. – Skim Section 28.7 . We will only “take a peek” at RC circuits this cycle. The key issue is that there is a “time constant” τ = RC . – Read Section 28.8 . This information could save your life some day. Read Chapter 29 as follows: – Review Sections 29.1, 29.2 and also 29.5 . You need to know what Biot-Savart means, and how this is the magnetic analog to Coulomb’s Law.
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