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# ph132s02_exam2 - PH 132 Exam 2 Spring 2002 Student Name...

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Unformatted text preview: PH 132 Exam 2 Spring 2002 Student Name____________________________________________________ Student Number__________________________________________________ Lab/Recitation Section Number______________________________(11,…,35) Instructions: 1. Fill out all information above. Write your name on each page. 2. Clearly indicate your final answers for all multiple-choice questions in the space provided. 3. Present neat and orderly solutions to each problem. Clearly indicate your method of solution by including equations used for each part. Final answers should be circled or boxed . 4. Use ink. Only answers written in ink (rather than pencil) will be considered for regrading if necessary. 5. Be sure to include appropriate units with all answers. 6. Take V = 0 at infinity for calculations involving electric potential. Multiple Choice________ Problem 1_____________ Problem 2_____________ Total _________________ 1 Multiple Choice (2 pts. each) The figure below shows a family of parallel equipotential surfaces (in cross-section) and three paths along which you move an electron from one surface to another. Use this figure for questions 1 and 2. 1) What is the direction of the electric field associated with the surfaces? A) rightward; B) leftward; C) upward; D) downward; E) into the page; F) out of the page. Answer__________ 2) Rank the paths according to the work you do in moving the electron, greatest first....
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## This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course PE 123 taught by Professor Bla during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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ph132s02_exam2 - PH 132 Exam 2 Spring 2002 Student Name...

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