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Unformatted text preview: 1 Physics 202, Lecture 8 Today’s Topics ¡ Middle Term 1 Review About Exam 1 ¢ When and where £ Monday Feb. 16 th 5:30-7:00 pm £ 2650, 3650 Humanities (room allocation to be announced) ¢ Format £ Closed book £ One 8x11 formula sheet allowed, must be self prepared, no photo copy of solutions lecture slides etc copy of solutions, lecture slides, etc. £ Four full problems. (~20 questions) £ Bring a calculator (but no computer). Only basic calculation functionality can be used. ¢ Special requests: £ Need to be approved by now. £ McBurney students, please inform your proctor. £ All specially arranged tests (e.g. those at alternative time) are held in our 202 labs. ( for approved requests only ) Chapters Covered ¢ Chapter 23: Electric Fields ¢ Chapter 24: Gauss’s Law ¢ Chapter 25: Electric Potential ¢ Chapter 26: Capacitance Disclaimer ¤ This review is a supplement to your own preparation. ¤ Hints and exercises presented in this review are not meant to be complete. Exam Topics (1) ¢ Key concepts (“key”: those in summary box at the end of each chapter) ¢ Basic Quantities: £ Electric Charge El t i F £ Electric Force £ Electric Field, Field Lines £ Electric Flux £ Electric Potential £ Electric Potential Energy £ Capacitance £ Energy carried by electric field 2 Exam Topics(2) ¡ Electric charge ¢ Two types ¢ Total charge is conserved. ¡ Electric force ¢ Can be attractive/repulsive ¢ Coulomb’s Law ¡ Electric field ¢ Electric field is a form of matter, it carries energy. ¢ Electric field is independent of test charge. ¢ Electric field is a vector quantity. ¢ Three ways to calculate electric field • direct vector sum, Gauss’s Law, derivative of V ¢ F =q E (note: E does not include the one created by q) Exam Topics(3) ¡ Electric potential energy....
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