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Unformatted text preview: 0‘) PHYSICS 2B(a) . QUIZ 5 CODE #
PROF. SCHULLER APRIL 30. 1999
1. A wire of resistance 5.0 Qis connected to a battery wire whose emf E is 2.0 V and whose internal resistance is 1.0 Q. In 2.0 min, (a) how much energy is
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APRIL 30, 1999 2. A battery of emf E = 20 Volts is connected across a 6.0 pF capacitor and a 200 Q
resistor in series. Assuming that at t = 0 the switch is closed, calculate: (a) the initial current in the circuit.
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