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Phys122A-Lecture 2 Electric Field
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Physics 122 Labs Sections begin on next week Before your section meets Get a copy of the lab manual at the UW Bookstore! Read the information on page iii as it has a lot of information related to the course, the course website, WebAssign, etc. Get a WebAssign account (Pay by credit card only) There are 3 components to the labs : Pre-Labs : Needs to be completed before each of your lab sessions begin. Pre-labs will be completed in WebAssign In-class Experiment : This is your lab section in which you will need your lab manual. – Post-Labs : Completed after your lab session also on WebAssign (Lab) Course website: Please check the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) link before you email the Instructor!
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From FlipIt Physics For the collection of charges shown in the above problem, which of the following statements best describes F Y , the y component of the net force on the charge at the origin F Y > 0 F Y = 0 F Y < 0 “In Force from Four Charges it is unclear whether the angle matters.”
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From FlipIt Physics “What is charge?” “Electric charge is the physical property of matter that causes it to experience a force when placed in an electromagnetic field.” “Conserved” Units: [Q] = Coulomb (C) e p n Q -e +e 0 e = 1 . 60217662 10 - 19 C
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From FlipIt Physics “Where are you from?” Born in UK but lived here since I was 0.5 years old.
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