MC3 - Practice MC 3f23r’07 1 The drift velocity of an...

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Unformatted text preview: Practice MC 3f23r’07 1. The drift velocity of an electron in a wire varies directly with the number ct charge carriers pe u"it volume. directly with the cross-sectional area of the cc::dl ::ting wire. A B C. directly with the charge carried carried by it. D directly with the current flowing in the conducxng wire. E inversely with the current flowing in the conch. ::ti 2;] wire. 2. The resistivity of any given metal A. depends on its temperature. B. varies nearly linearty with temperature. C. is the proportionality constant between the rest: Ia ' :e. R, and the ratio of the length, L, to the cross-sectional area, A, of a w a ' ade of the metal. D. has units of ohm-meter. E. is described by all of the above. 3. A potential difference of 120 V produces a current of 8.( A it the heating element of a toaster. What is the resistance of this heating element 'if i e the toaster is carrying this current? “a A 6.7x10—2 £2 _ B 15 Q __ C. 0.96 k!) _ D 67 Q E 30 Q 4. A resistor carries a current l. The power dissipated in he ‘esistor is P. What is the power dissipated if the same resistor carries current 5 '? __ A. P _ B. 3:” _ C. Pr’3 _ D. 9:0 _ E. PIP 120 160, In this circuit. the current ithrough the battery is app 3: inater A. 1.7 A _B. 4.4A Ho. 0.36A _o. 0.6OA _E. 3.4A 33V }—._ + _. 2151 180 The power dissipated in the 21-9 resistor in this oiroL '_ i: __ A. ‘14 W B. 68 W C. 43 W D. E. 13W None of these is correct. 12.0 The circuit in which the voltmeter and the ammeter are correctly arranged to determine the value of the u ' s-in :1wn resistance F? is A.'l _ B. __ C. _ D. _ E. mac-am An uncharged capacitor and a resistor are connected in at us to a battery. If E: 15 V, C: 20 HF, and Fl = 4.0 x105 Q. the time constant of tr e t :'CuIt is approximately A 105 __ B. 8.0 3 _ C. 18 s _ D. 4.0 s E. 2.5 s 10. 11. (1) (2) (3) {4) (5) The curve that best represents the current in a discharg; n; RC circuit as a function of time is _ A. 1 W B. 2 _ . 3 __ D. 4 _ E. 5 A charged particle is moving horizontally westward wi I .2 velocity of 3.5){10E male in a region where there is a magnetic tietd of magnitude .6: . '0—5 T directed vertically downward. The particle experiences a torce of 7.8x10“ ‘6 l'l northward. What is the charge on the particle? .___ A. +4.0x‘lO—‘B C B. —4.0r<10—18 C . +4.9x10—5 C D. ~—~1.2x10"14 C E. +1.4 xiO—H C A uniform magnetic field of 200 T is directed vertically 1 award. The force on an electron (q : 1.6x10—19 C) moving horizontally north-'an: at 2.0x105 mfs is approximately A. 4.0)(08 N, east El. 24x10i3 N, west . 6.4 x10‘11 N, west D. 6.4 1110*“ N, east E. zero Answer Key Practice MC 323%)? 1. D 2 E 8 B 4 D 5 A 6 E 7 C 8 B 9 B 10. B ‘11.C ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2008 for the course PHYS 1302 taught by Professor Courant during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.

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