Charge And Gauss Prac 07.08 MC_1

Charge And Gauss Prac 07.08 MC_1 - 1. To make an uncharged...

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1. To make an uncharged object have a positive charge: A) remove some neutrons B) add some neutrons C) add some electrons D) remove some electrons E) heat it to cause a change of phase 2. A positively charged insulating rod is brought close to an object that is suspended by a string. If the object is repelled away from the rod we can conclude: A) the object is positively charged B) the object is negatively charged C) the object is an insulator D) the object is a conductor E) none of the above 3. Two protons (p 1 and p 2 ) and an eletron (e) lie on a straight line, as shown. The directions of the force of p 2 on p 1 , the force of e on p 1 , and the total force on p 1 , respectively, are: A) , , B) , , C) , , D) , , E) , , 4. The diagram shows the electric field lines in a region of space containing two small charged spheres (Y and Z). Then: A) Y is negative and Z is positive B) the magnitude of the electric filed is the same everywhere
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2008 for the course PH X taught by Professor Goodlore during the Spring '05 term at SouthArk.

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Charge And Gauss Prac 07.08 MC_1 - 1. To make an uncharged...

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