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Unformatted text preview: PHYS-1200 PHYSICS II QUIZ 1 SEPTEMBER 24, 2003 NAME ______________________________ Put a mark in the box next to the section of the course to which you are assigned. If you are not now in the room to which your section is assigned, GO TO IT NOW ! SECTION NUMBER EXAMINATION ROOM INSTRUCTOR TIME 1 DCC 308 SCOTT DWYER MR 8:00 A.M. 2 DCC 308 SCOTT DWYER MR 10:00 A.M. 3 DCC 324 HEIDI NEWBERG MR 10:00 A.M. 4 DCC 308 SCOTT DWYER MR 12:00 NOON. 5 DCC 308 FRED STRNISA MR 2:00 P.M. 7 DCC 324 MANOJ SHAH MR 4:00 P.M. 9 DCC 318 SUSANNE HAUGER TF 10:00 A.M. 10 DCC 318 SUSANNE HAUGER TF 12:00 NOON 11 DCC 318 THOMAS SHANNON TF 2:00 P.M. 12 DCC 330 QUENTIN HUDSPETH TF 12:00 NOON 13 DCC 308 FRED STRNISA MR 12:00 NOON. There are 8 different pages in this quiz, including the cover page. Check now to see that you have all of them. CREDIT GRADE PART A 40% PART B 20% PART C-1 15% PART C-2 25% TOTAL 100% All work and answers must be given in the spaces provided on these pages. NAME ______________________________ PART A . (40%) Each question is worth 5%. In the space provided, to the left of the question number, write the letter corresponding to the best answer to the question. ___ 1. Consider Gauss’ law: E A ⋅ = ∫ d q / ε . Which one of the following is true? A. E must be the electric field due to the charges enclosed in the Gaussian surface. B. If q = 0, then E = 0 everywhere on the Gaussian surface. C. If the charge inside the Gaussian surface consists of an electric dipole, the integral equals zero. D. E is everywhere parallel to d A on the Gaussian surface. E. If a charge is placed outside the Gaussian surface, it cannot affect E on the surface. ___ 2. Capacitors C 1 and C 2 are connected in parallel, and a potential difference is applied to the combination. As a result, C 1 acquires a charge Q 1 , and C 2 acquires a charge Q 2 . If C 1 > C 2 the relationship between Q 1 and Q 2 is: A. Q 1 > Q 2 B. Q 1 < Q 2 C. Q 1 = Q 2 D. Q 1 = – Q 2 E. none of the above ___ 3. Of the following, the copper wire that has the least resistance is: A. thin, long, and hot B. thick, short, and cool C. thick, long, and hot D. thin, short, and cool E. thin, short, and hotE....
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