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1 57 Clicker Question Two socks are observed to attract each other. Which, if any, of the first 3 statements MUST be true? (emphasis on MUST) A) The socks both have a non-zero net charge of the same sign. B) The socks both have a non-zero net charge of opposite sign. C) Only one sock is charged; the other is neutral. D) None of the preceding statements MUST be true. Answer: (D). None of the preceding statements must be true. Either B) or C) could be true. 58 Reminder – CAPA #2 Homework due Friday at 11 pm (note that for CAPA #2 it will enforce 4 try limit). - Reading – finish Chapter 16 including sections 16-11 and 16-12 but not *16-10 - Electrostatistics Prelab/Lab this week - Electric Fields Prelab/Lab next week - Professor Kapteyn’s office hours for Thursday are cancelled, but he will have extended hours 3-5 pm on Friday in the Help Room 59 Clicker Question What is the direction of the net force on the top charge? A) Zero
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2008 for the course PHYS 2020 taught by Professor Dubson during the Fall '06 term at Colorado.

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