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Unformatted text preview: Last Name: First Name: Student Number: Tutorial Group: University of Toronto . Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE] 593: Fundamentals of Electricity and Electric Circuits QUIZ 1 January 23, 2003 Duration: 25 minutes Notes: QUESTION #3 IS ON THE BACK OF THIS PAGE, ao=3.85x10"2 Flm 1. (5 marks) Three point charges are located in free space as follows: Q.= -6 pic at (1,0,0), Q2= 10 uC at (2,0,0), and Q3= 4 [ac at (4,0,0). Which charge has the greatest magnitude of electrostatic force exerted on it, and what is the magnitude of that force? ’ (a a 0 Fa .69.: i .3 (Maw 2. (1 mark) Draw the electric field lines for a negative point charge positioned at the origin. 3. (4 marks) We wish to determine the position, P(a.,b,c), in free space of a point charge Q. A positive test charge is used to explore the space around Q. When the test charge is at the Origin, the electrostatic force acting on it is in the direction - i - j. When the test charge is at (1,0,0}, the electrostatic force acting on it is in the direction — j. Find the position of the point charge. . li’%(a.lb)t) 51+ (0,0,0) 7%; ’éfce ac'ls filmy " [m 7% ai (4010)”)! 5/“ {L571} a, j e if Hp ‘Z-r (amfloi'zgn Mm. ...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ENGINEERIN ece159 taught by Professor B.wang during the Winter '08 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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