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Physics 321-Electrodynamics Exam 1 Autumn 2015 October 27, 2015 Printed Name ___________________________________ last first I certify that the work I shall submit is my own creation, not copied from any source, and that I shall abide by the examination procedures outlined below. Signature ________________________________ Student ID Number____________ READ THIS ENTIRE PAGE NOW, BEFORE THE STARTING BELL. Do not open the exam before the starting bell. You will have 80 minutes after the bell to complete the examination. Exam papers will no longer be accepted after 85 minutes have elapsed. NO CELL PHONES, TEXT MSG, etc. ALLOWED AT ANY TIME Before the exam begins: Print and sign your name, and write your student ID number in the spaces on this page (above). During the exam: Important! When the exam begins, print your name and student ID number at the top of each and every page. Do this first when you are told to open your exam. If you are confused about a question, raise your hand and ask for an explanation. If you cannot do one part of a problem, move on to the next part. This is a closed book examination. You may not use your own notes. You may use a calculator, but not a computer or other programmable device. For all problems: If you need more space than is available to answer any part of a problem, use the back side of the same page to complete your answer. Clearly indicate to the grader that you used the back side. Scratch paper will be ignored. Show your work in enough detail so that the grader can follow your reasoning and your method of solution. Circle your answers, and state units if appropriate. For numerical answers significant figures should match the number of significant figures in the numerical values given in the problem (usually 2 or 3). You will lose 3 points on each problem for which you don’t put your name and student number at the top of the problem page. You lose 3 points for not filling out information at the top of this page.
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