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1 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Spring Semester 2008 Ph142 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers PROBLEM SET 3 - CHAPTER 23 - ELECTRIC POTENTIAL DUE AT THE START OF RECITATION CLASS ON 14 FEBRUARY 2008 (Happy Valentines Day!) Some guidelines for problem solving (whether handed in and graded or not): Focus is on understanding and implementation, not “plug and chug” problems. Almost every problem will involve some level of conceptual understanding and some challenge in the mathematical set-up and parameterization. Required format: (1) Do your work on grid style engineering paper. (2) Use one side of the page only. (3) Start each problem on a new page and state the problem number clearly. (4) Put your name, section number, problem set number, and due date on every page. (5) Include proper and reasonably professional looking diagrams or sketches for each problem. (6) Assemble in problem order (#1, #2, #3, etc.) and staple your pages in the upper left corner. Note #1: For assigned problems, your work (here and on future problem sets) should be accompanied by: (a) A clear problem statement in words, diagrams, and equations (not a regurgitation of the problem text in Tipler and Mosca, necessarily, but adequate for some one to know what the problem is without going back to the book). (b) Good clear well labeled diagrams. (c) Well developed equations with all parameters defined. (d) Graphs with clearly defined and labeled axes, etc.
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