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F.) the Lorentz ferce ' ' fiaEt-‘aif: CI 3. In the circuit ShUWIl, heth reaiatera have the same Vfllllfi ti'. Slnnnnae switch 3 la initially clnsetl. Whfll’l it is; then epenetl, the circuit has. a time eetiataat ta . Conversely, attppeae ‘5 la initiallyr epen. W hen it is: then clnaed. the circuit has a time cenetant “ta . The relic "ramble: H Tim: , F—EF : rF'1—‘ 1' v. fit- l H. i " LE} 2 :: "EL/flu: 5; L.) 115 D] letfi-t' H} 1.5 Page 2'. rd 4. A clear pctarizer is placed on top cf a similar pclarizer so that their pntariaing axes make an angle at EU” with each cther. The ratio 01' the intensity at catct'giag tight tc '1c'deht un marina-c1 Ii ht ia: - 1.1: k -- ll 1 P 3 réfl is, 3-: in ca 13} 1:3 Erin-1:35.15; {3} 1:2 —-"~c 1—. , _ la a I“ i a n; 3:4 _ - , IF — TmftacrzTGEB E] 3:3 "" i .- I T :7} lzd/if-pi:y(9 "I _ . _ . . . f; 5. Reaiatcr R. = it} £1 15 connected in acrtcs Wlti'l twc reatatcrs Hg 21:} fl and R3 = 113 £2 ccnncctcd in parallel. The ccmhinaticn it: ccancctetl actcas a battery with t; — 2U V. The current in Ieaiatcr R2 is: *- EP, 2 + £3,533 m“ + {Eciaiilca't} -- h . «HF-=— ; ','. - u—m E? J”: 3‘13”. a; 1a $1 £r*r:£2:0 B} 2A " ' D a: a seat fiflfifl 3*” -'k:/‘_(£ -_,_'__fi_?_c_>-’3”_.. -..__,~—~ E} 1.6% 2 ’E" f age—{f Egg dt‘gcc)“ {Fit-“33‘3": E) ata cgé:ftj(__,n_.3é,)fia%a :caa I?) it. An RLC circuit has a resistance R = tflfl Q. a capacitance at C. = [Jill E, and an inductance I. = [1.111 H. At what angular t't'caueac}r is. the impedance of this circuit the smallest? . (a _ If! A) 5 a lit! radfa H W _H_ ___.__ I" z— (33) 1" “WW-t 93* '3 (Le. “t (salami-ta”- F‘ a Li] 5 x ID‘ ['21de D) l x 103 radta I _ F2 1 a} 1 a 1:314 111de : ran-"V — a ma :2 I i? " Pagc 3 7". A loop of wire carrying a Current of an ft is in the shape of a right triangle with two L}: equal sides, each 15 cm long. fit [1? '1' uniform magnetic field is parallel to the hypotenuse. The resultant net rnaguetie force on the entire triangle has a magnitude of: I; HA 1A Eel-«tin? F7"; till t '11:.“ Hall :7 {i :- 3.1a 1-13 5mg x M A [It eagle—E: Quin. lull ’9 Ti.“ PQ-‘Hjcrh nut Igg— '.'_q_'\.rl.'-J'I L It} {Lillhl gene, Lien [reef-- em“:- 2 3-3:): - zit-en Mu - . Edmg' ill?l¥qriil‘k;t raii‘t'ririt'a‘flfit NINE-T- «-- a {J N “IE-of n.1- - "a. iii-fl. if...” I I I I I. I. t:- 3. r—‘t particular res1stor dissipates [11.5 W when connected to a 4 V potential difference. 1|When connected to a ll} ‘tv' potential difference. this resistor will dissipate: A) 2m” "’Fmgw was VialW t R) It} W ' _ f x v 51 r‘: . art‘- ‘tfl \l" c rfl]? r? (—5" c: 62w waterless; 24;: 2- uw t i) so at t" ‘T’. "in p sub 3.1aF it'd-5W1 1st “i315- $.th E: 9. A long straight wire is in the plane of a rectangular eondueting loop. The wire initially entries a constant current i in the direction shown. Lt" the current i is being shut ofF. the induced current in the rectangular loop is: Cu “mg I; “M a yam-Mg 5 D K “#1 "flit-«4.. i 5. closure or. "ulfl Millet TANG... I .I' 33.1 Lin-L35. Lat .__i tLuL intro-emit 1' It" C elicit r. w'r. ed'rflt Jra‘j tin [ml I: I'Erx‘se. t-(IAL jglkwqu EL; l-YroeLJDrt"! '-'*-— I' - I n I ' trvw ragw-{k'se I*\l film. at. 1:; VI}: -. «Neg 335-} Elam I 'L win-3 JCLML iii; :4"?qu A... the, re- Slit M. (E? clockwtse EH Ct Digit 1%,: 11th I“ Uni:- % j C} euuntereloeltwise DJ alternates from clockwise to counterclockwise Fl} cannot be determined without knowing the rate of changing currenti 5-” it'l- fl-et. Prefab incl In. ti [Links 'm a h: 6. «wt P Quartet Jul-«like *3 :hflCH‘LL-hl'ulhi Page 4 C ltl. Twp leug Sit‘fllgllt parallel wires pierce the plane er" the paper 4 cm apart. as ahewn fl 1...: beltiw. They each cart}t 2 A in nppeai Le directiena. The magnetic field at the peint P, which lies; half—way hetwmn the two wires, haa magnitude (in T}: JI ri’z. ; EtfiLJ. ti; all iii-“no ---- ——-”:jl"‘ ESE; (a? fig; can lir‘fitt‘gt : map t In in"5 - 4r 4 I *5 l; 2.0:1U75 '5’:— _-"“'5I _[ 9""th T'fffijLEJtJ 4U 5‘ I'D Biff W1?! walla—1v?) D‘ an '5 {J x B"; Eifb'T-r 57“ l“Ti I afieie‘ if A} lMl—la gigMfl-ZM c_=-a.wiefimrt B} QMHL .5. » ta inn MHz it: i : Iii’dimwi : iemHa -.—- retreat- : tQDUDMHa @fp inane MHz E) act: are; 12. An inductcr with inductance L and a reeietur with rcaistanee it are wired in series. tn an ideal hatter},r with emf r‘t switch in the circuit is. cleaetl at time t = Li, at which time the initial current is acre. a leug tinth after the Switch is clnaed, the pntential dil'l'ercucca acrcaa the inductor and reaiatnr: (a are wean-i : war aw :9 B} are rat] e} are arena 5L9.- e 'ta- . can - . .. _ _ ' ml, FJ‘E: I" [iv-p14. 3: 5 .nl. '____ _._"'|-- D} {URleJRlet " L gape an 3 if: LEE 5" Ur ‘J E} unitnewn since the rate cf change of the current is net given 13. r—‘t pretcn {charge +c). traveling perpendicular tn a magnetic field, experiences the same fierce at; an alpha particle {charge +2e} which is alac travelin g perpendicular tn the same field. The ratic cf their epeetla, vlrrmmlvamha in: A} :_ . 1-“ " _' W? -- . TEL 13) t TF“""““ new iii-5am. a“) "it 15h" ’3'” at? 2 37'] 4 .._. —t a} a :5 View "3 {at "’€=--t-~l‘~‘aw'1 Page .‘i H. An eleeLremugneL'te were i5 tt‘aneperline energy in the negative y dh'eetien. Alene ( I) point and ene ineinnt the magnetic field is in the pesitive x direction. The electric: field at that point and the same time is: i E: E pt a we’. 1 .5. t-u't't -i e. t3: skit-Elm? m A] peeitive y direetien L1 EL '1' 'uftl'w‘t. 1*“ Th-J It {- 4: L't “"3133"- v’-\‘--J t. H) negative ydh‘eetieu E f," peeithte z direction "‘ aw z c e't m -'-' ,_--Iqr,.' . {.4 I. _ {I r: 1 neguttteedttethen “J /J E: Emil“ M NQREML if IA.J_EII_III_CIH1I 1:} negntweu rln'eetlen g e” _ Ir x; x (=1?) K: = "3 1h. 35. Each ef the four eupueiwre ehewn has :1 cupeeituhee 01' 2'00 ,trF. The vellttteler teeth; WIN. The magnitude ef the ehurge, in eeulemhs, en efleh eepneiter plate is: \J at. Main. rim-nip 2.: Fe 5.1. :_'_,-flI-..1lE'-'-\.E-1Jf' h It": 1“; if .1 LC. .0. u’ 'il'br; TuJflfi-fl it} {imam-L fi_a.ql?;_;h{_'l~1f.§h'.fn. Hem-f2. :1. flew‘ttmE-IJL- 53* m'fi; 5‘ \J'I CHE T'rj “3'5 .xJ't'. @tme £13 Qw‘d 0.5 - q - - .4: .— 2_.' In.” e) an L W L" e) 5e 2 BIBLE. E) neue of these E: 16. bent leng straight parallel wines are placed in 4 centers ef a square. The wires CERT}? equal currents into or out ef the page as shewn in the figure Delmar. The diteelien ef the net ntngnetie fetee EKfilTfid en wire F ix: If} It. 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