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PHYS1200
PHYSICS II
QUIZ 2
OCTOBER 24, 2001
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 318
SANDRA SCHUJMAN
MR 8:00 A.M.
2
SA 3303
ROLAND KERSTING
MR 10:00 A.M.
3
SA 3510
GARY ADAMS
MR 10:00 A.M.
4
SA 3510
GARY ADAMS
MR 12:00 NOON
5
AE 214
TIM HAYES
MR 2:00 P.M.
7
AE 214
TIM HAYES
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 330
THOMAS SHANNON
TF 2:00 P.M.
12
DCC 330
THOMAS SHANNON
TF 12:00 NOON
13
SA 3303
QUENTIN HUDSPETH
MR 12:00 NOON
14
SA 3303
RICHARD DAVIDSON
MR 4:00 P.M.
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CREDIT
GRADE
PART A
40%
PART B
20%
PART C1
18%
PART C2
22%
TOTAL
100%
All work and answers must be given in the spaces provided on these pages.
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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.
The stored energy in an inductor:
A. can be either positive or negative, depending on the direction of the current
B. depends on the rate of change of current
C. is propotional to the square of the inductance
D. has units of joules/henry (J/H)
E. is proportional to the square of the current
___ 2.
When an object undergoes simple harmonic motion, its displacement as a function of
time is described by the equation,
x
=
x
m
cos(
ϖ
t +
φ
).
The frequency of oscillation is
related to the quantity
by the equation:
A.
f =
πϖ
B.
f =
2
C.
π
=
f
D.
2
=
f
E.
2
=
f
___ 3. In an oscillating
LC
circuit, the magnitude of the rate of change of the current in the
circuit,
dt
di
, is a maximum when:
A. the current in the inductor is a maximum
B.
the charge on the capacitor is a maximum
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